Clarissa

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Clarissa Sidhom’s passion is helping mamas find style, sanity, and sisterhood during the early years of parenting! As a mom to two young boys living across the country from family, she knows how hard it can be to keep your head above water. But more than surviving, she wants to thrive in parenting and help other mamas do the same. A former wedding photographer, Clarissa lives in Vancouver, WA, where she spends her days vacuuming Cheerios out of floor vents, reminding people to keep their clothes on, and advocating for her son with developmental delays. Her parenting and lifestyle blog, www.ModernHipsterMama.com, is filled with fashion, home, and kids ideas to make life easier and more beautiful. You can also find her on Instagram and Pinterest @modernhipstermama!

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