(Picture back to front: Eddie, Henry, Adam and Jillan)
I am the writer of Two boys and a hubby. I was born in Fitchburg, Ma, but I grew up in Lakewood, California and Port Charlotte, FL. I moved to Chicago, IL in 2005 to attend The Second City Chicago writing and improv program. I graduated from the writing program in 2009, and two of my sketches were performed on the Second City stage. When making youtube video’s, I still use my improv skills and nothing is rehearsed. I have been writing since I was 8 years old so it has always been a passion of mine.
Favorite Color: Teal
Favorite T.V. Shows: Once Upon A Time, Last Man Standing, Friends, Ghost Adventures type shows, The View, Last Man on Earth, Mike a Molly (before they made Molly go crazy), The Big Bang Theory and Friends.
Favorite Movies: Anything with Julia Roberts or cast members from Saturday Night Live.
Favorite Foods: Authentic Italian, Mexican food. (UPDATE) I discovered I have Celiac disease in 11/2017. It has been challenging to eat my favorite foods now.
Favorite drinks: Water and coffee. I don’t drink soda.
Favorite season: Fall.
Adam is 5 years old and he loves to play at the park, throw snow balls, play Mario Bros. games and eat mozzarella sticks. You will often find him running around pretending to be a freight train with his brother because they love using their imagination to pretend to be a train. Adam loves trying out news toys for the blog and he thinks my job is pretty awesome. He started Kindergarten this year and absolutely loves it!
Henry loves all animals. This year when trick or treating he requested we buy balls for the dogs in the neighborhood and we did! He likes to collect stuffed animals as well. Lately, he has been really into Semi trucks and loves to wave as they drive by and get super excited when they honk the horn for him. His favorite foods are broccoli, ovaltine and chicken nuggets. He loves animals so much that he wanted to be a giraffe for Halloween.
I am PR friendly and I can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org