Finding the celebratory in the ordinary; we’re on a mission to find something to celebrate each day. From crafts and weird science to the bizarrest of holidays, we are always up to something! With plenty of embarrassing moments and funny kid quotes along the way, we hope to inspire others to live a life of celebration as well!


Heather  and Crew

Heather Woodhaven earned her pilot’s license, rode a hot air balloon over the safari lands of Kenya, assisted an engineer with a medical laser in a Haitian mission, parasailed over Caribbean seas, lived through an accidental detour onto a black diamond ski trail in the Aspens and snorkeled among sting rays before becoming a mother of three and wife of one. Now Heather spends her days celebrating laughter, adding to her impressive list of embarrassing moments, and raising a family of aspiring comedians who perform nightly at her table. She channels her love for adventure into writing characters who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances–whether running for their lives or battling the insanities of life. 

She also blogs with three other crazy writers at Team Love on the Run.

Heather’s freelance work is slowly being updated at Writing Heather

Feel free to drop her a note at FunMom (At) Creative Family Moments (dot) com

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