Maybe Matilda: About Me

About Me


Welcome!

I'm Rachel, and Maybe Matilda is a blog about the joys and frustrations--the daily victories and setbacks--of life at home: voracious reading, hungry cooking, and the good, bad, and ugly truths of life with young kids (look elsewhere for angelic mothers and their cherubic children).

If such a thing as an average day exists in a home ruled by 2 tiny tyrants, it might find me setting aside a crochet project to help my son find a missing Lego piece (why do they make those things so damn small?), baking something that contains too much sugar with the help of 4 messy little hands, and desperately seeking an hour or so alone with a great novel.

Why is it Maybe Matilda when I'm not a Matilda? I started this blog during an epic baby name debate while expecting our first child. I liked Matilda for a girl. My husband really hated it. I figured since I'll never get to name a baby Matilda, I'll use it here instead. It has caused no shortage of confusion for readers (my apologies!).

The bright side? Five years later, I still love the name and am not offended in the slightest when readers call me Matilda. My husband's complaint about it was that it is (in his words) a granny name. But my ideal day consists of quiet reading, crocheting, and handing out warm cookies to my sticky children--classic granny activities. So I say it fits.


Are you interested in working with or sponsoring Maybe Matilda?
I'm always excited to work with brands that fit my vision for this site. Contact me for information, examples, and pricing for sponsored posts, product reviews, giveaways, and banner space: rachelfbrown@gmail.com

Located in Lehi, UT.

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