I met Margaret in NYC in 2003 when we were both working for Me&Ro.
Right away I could tell that she was a force to be reckoned with.
I left NYC in 2004 and lost touch with her however, we have been recently reconnected through Facebook.
Margaret is now married, has 2 beautiful daughters of her own, a stepson and works full time.
Before taking a new position as an art director, Margaret had her own successful business.
She also has Tigering, her great blog whose name is so suiting since she is a tiger!
(Photos by Margaret)
Q- How old are you Margaret?
Q- Where were you born?
A- New York
Q- How long have you lived in NYC?
A- My whole life (minus sometime in california & overseas)
Q- How old were you when you had your first child?
A- I was 32, feels like a MILLION years ago ha!
Q- How old is she?
A- Five in June
Q- How old were you when you had your second?
A- I was 34
Q- How old is she?
A- 2.5 years old
Q- Did you breast feed and if so, for how long?
A- I certainly did and loved almost every minute of it. I nursed my oldest daughter just over two years and my youngest I nursed just over one year
Q- Are you a stay at home mom or a working mom?
A- I was at home running my own design company but I am now working full time as an art director
Q- What was the hardest part for you of becoming a mom?
A- There was nothing hard about “becoming” a mom… for me, what I find most difficult is consistently trying to be a GOOD mom 🙂 … patience & love
Q- How did you come up with the names for all of your children?
A- Oh my, I’m a huge fan of Romantic names… and somehow I had to include Nina for Nina Simone my FAVORITE singer on the planet… Natalia is an Eastern European name and my dad is from Czech… so we came up with Natalia Simone, seemed perfect. For our second, my husband’s name is Julian so we thought Juliette, my uncle & grand father were named James so we got Juliette James…
Q- What is the best advice you would give to a new mom?
A- Ha! it is when we have the least patience that we need it the most… and a glass of wine 😉
Location: I’m assuming NYC