Katie and her husband are proud parents of four busy kids (including twins!) and one mischievous puppy. In her free time, Katie enjoys waterskiing, basketball, boating, bowling, , photography, spending time with friends, and going to Daughtry concerts. ;)
Katie Kuenkel can relate to many moms of the world. She has worked full-time, she has worked part-time, she has taken her kids to daycare and she has been a stay-at-home mom.
Katie has four wonderful children where she now balances taking care of her home and working part-time.
"I have now been trying to re-learn the balancing act of taking care of my home and going back to work part-time. I have a whole new appreciation for mothers who do that. Many times I wonder, “how will I get it all done?!” when faced with laundry, dishes, vacuuming, cooking, and chasing my kids around the house every second of the day. But some friends of mine have given me some very wise advice…the first being to not expect to get it all done. You have to prioritize and let some of the non-important stuff go…and to get used to a messy house! And others have told me that having a job that takes you away from your children for even a short period of time makes you appreciate the time you have with them so much more. So very true. I have some smart friends!" ~Katie
Allegations of domestic violence and child abuse by two of the NFL’s star players have flooded the media this past week. Those allegations are nothing short of horrible, disturbing, and sad. Now try explaining it to a 9 year-old. Read More
I kept putting off having “The Talk” with my daughter. I kept making excuses. But eventually, I knew I couldn’t put it off anymore. The time had come. She was starting to ask questions. And I wanted to be the one to give her the answers. Read More
Let me set the record straight. Just because I am the hostess of “Moms Everyday,” it does not make me an expert. I am not the perfect mom. I am not a super-mom. Far from it. Read More
It has been almost 5 years to the date when I found out I was expecting twins. At the time, I didn’t know any other mothers of twins that I could turn to for advice about how to raise twins. I knew nothing. Read More
It has been awhile since I last wrote. And to be honest with you, part of the reason was because I didn’t have the “perfect” topic to write about. I was waiting for something to inspire me. And yesterday, something did. It was a classic act of ‘mind-over-matter,’…of courage…and of determination. And here it is... Read More
I started out Mother’s Day 2012 celebrating my ‘day of freedom from obligations’ at home…but I returned that night with a whole new feeling of appreciation. Read More
There have been a few instances recently where I have told someone that I am the hostess of a new “Moms Everyday” show. If there is a man within earshot, I often hear the response, “Well, what about Dad?!” Read More
That’s right. I’m sticking up for my favorite holiday—Thanksgiving….which seems to have been getting overshadowed more and more each year by Christmas. Enough is enough. I’m taking a stand. Read More
I’m a sucker for a really good, inspirational quote. I have a bunch of favorites on the walls throughout my house. But I saw a quote on the wall at a friend’s house this summer that really resonated with me for some reason. It was a quote by none other than Dr. Seuss himself. Read More
So, how do you feel about twins?!” It was a phrase I’ll never forget, and one that changed my life (and my family’s life) forever. Read More