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Somer Loomis

Somer is the Chief Content Officer at Birth2Work living in Redondo Beach, California with her husband and three-year-old son. She earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and worked for 10 years in both mixed-use development and healthcare planning.

She decided to leave the architecture field in 2015 and became a self-taught web-developer, graphic designer, course-developer, writer, social media manager, and default all-things-technology person for the family business. In these fields, she knows what she’s talking about 93.5% of the time. The rest of the time she makes it up and hopes for the best.

Somer is the daughter of Birth2Work co-founder Elane V. Scott.  In addition to writing blogs she is the voice behind Birth2Work’s Instagram profile @family.life.coach and the creator of the Family Bonding Challenge. In her “free-time” she is an avid home-chef, Montessori enthusiast, house-plant addict, and continues to design homes and small renovations for select clientele.

 

Posts by Somer Loomis

5 Things I'm Doing for Myself this Back-to-School Season

5 Things I’m Doing for Myself this Back-to-School Season

Model for your children that adults also learn, unlearn, and relearn information, skills, and habits throughout their lives. School is just the beginning.
Internet Parenting “Tips” Used to Make Me Feel Horrible! Here’s How I Broke the Cycle.

Internet Parenting “Tips” Used to Make Me Feel Horrible! Here’s How I Broke the Cycle.

When looking for proactive growth-minded approaches to parenting, I had to stop looking in the parenting section at all.  
How to Teach Your Preschooler About the American Flag

How to Teach Your Preschooler About the American Flag

While you’re out enjoying this holiday weekend, use this short book to teach the meaning of the US flag with your youngest family members.
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Tell the Story of Your Day

Each night, my 2-year-old and I tell each other the stories of our day. It matters to us to honor our wins and failures so we can move on from both tomorrow.
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Learn to Be Better at Going Outside

I don’t know what to do with my child outside. When I say “outside,” I mean “in the wild.” To be honest, I don’t even really like taking my son to the park.
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