Blair Gregg

Blair Gregg
Born and raised in Tallahassee, FL, Blair took a leap of faith in 2018 and moved her family to Jacksonville to pursue her dream job. She's been enjoying the change of scenery and beach proximity with her supportive husband, Kevin, and their two boys, Donovan and Emory, who they lovingly refer to as "Night and Day." An alum of Florida State University (Go Noles!), Blair started her college career in Music Education, ended it in English Literature and Communications, and eventually found herself in the world of marketing and design. She's now been immersed in agency life for over a decade, and can't imagine it any other way! A self-proclaimed extrovert, Blair loves meeting new people and is excited to find her "mom friends" in Jacksonville. She balances her love of food and drink with the occasional workout class, and is always planning the next "fun thing" for her family to enjoy.
sibling room sharing

Why We’re Saying Goodbye to Sibling Room-Sharing

When we moved to Jacksonville, our boys were 2.5 and 5 years old and had never previously shared a room. We gave them their own spaces initially, but after struggling to find space for...
petite mom

Finding What Fits (and Looks Good) As a Petite Mama

As a vertically challenged person, it’s always been hard to find clothes that fit me well. I stand at just over 4’10”, which is considered on the extreme end of short, so I’ve always...

Resolution-Free in 2023

It’s the start of a new year, and, as is tradition, most people have already outlined their resolutions for 2023. For some, they’ve set health-specific goals: eat healthier, go to the gym, drink more...

Practicing Gratitude With Kids

In this crazy world of constant comparing and “Keeping Up with the Joneses,” it’s nice to take a step back and remember what we have to be grateful for. It can be hard as...
feeding northeast florida

Help Fight Food Insecurity in Jax with Feeding Northeast Florida

As parents, we’ve all dealt with the consequences of overly hangry children. Maybe we forgot to pack a snack for our outing or had a late practice delay dinner. We’ve seen firsthand what a...
kids differently

Yes, We Treat Our Kids Differently

Growing up, I always had a great relationship with my younger sister, despite the fact that we are nearly five years apart. Being the stereotypical older sibling, however, I was very sensitive to any...
sahm working mom

Stay-at-Home Mom or Working Mom: Does It Really Matter?

A few months ago, I was grabbing lunch with a new mom friend, and we commented on how much we had in common as working moms in similar industries. We were able to “talk...
platonic friendships

Can We Please Normalize Platonic Friendships Between Boys and Girls?

I’m sure you’ve heard it before: a 2-year-old being called a “flirt” because he plays with his female classmates. A 5-year-old’s friend at school being referred to as her “boyfriend” by her parents because...
day dates

The Beauty of Day Dates

When my husband and I first started dating almost 15 years ago, our first date was a bit unconventional. Instead of the typical evening dinner date, we met at a college soccer game. Our...

What Every Mom Can Learn From Disney’s ‘Encanto’

We’re not talking about Bruno... no, no, no. But, we are talking about Encanto's middle child, Luisa Madrigal, born with the magical gift of super strength. Reliable and ripped, Luisa is an incredible asset...
paint my son's nails

Why I Paint My Son’s Nails

Over the last 18 months, I’ve developed what I’d describe as a “healthy obsession” with painting my nails (although my husband might argue the “healthy” part). At the start of the pandemic, we weren’t...
working mom

Being a Mom Makes Me Better At My Job

Being a working mom can be overwhelming.  You, of course, have the stresses of just being a mom and taking care of tiny humans in between grocery shopping, cooking, cleaning, paying bills, and all that...