About Wynter

02-20-2013 03;26;36PMI am Wynter. Wife to Jonathan and mama to Chloe, Adaya and Liam. I am a writer, artist and former marcomm editor, avid gardener, TV lover and chocolate-covered cherries addict.

I am also a birth mom to a teenage boy somewhere out there. You can read more about that here, or for ALL the messy details, you can order a copy of the book I wrote about him and my journey to choosing adoption here or as an ebook for Kindle here.

I never truly realized the power of motherhood until I found out we were expecting Chloe in 2007. Being a mother has changed my life. And it was only recently that I realized how much I am influenced by the way I was mothered and the mothers around me.

I wanted to know if other women had similar experiences. Motherhood is such a powerful force in many women’s lives and when we engage with other women and swap stories of life in the mommy trenches, it helps us remember that we are not alone in this battle of womanhood. We ALL have a story to tell and SOMEONE out there will be moved by hearing them.

I want to help you tell your diverse stories of how you have been shaped, inspired and encouraged by the women around you or how you have been changed by your circumstances of motherhood so that your stories may continue to shape, inspire, encourage  and change others for generations to come. And so, the Made to Mother (M2M) Project was founded!

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