Oma grew up in Germany and lived there until she moved to the United States with three small children in 1989. Oma has raised four children and within two years became the grandmother of four. Before becoming the ultimate full-time stay at home mom, she was a teacher.
Although Oma directly translates to grandmother, the meaning reaches far beyond Webster’s definition.
Oma is multifaceted in life skills within and beyond the home. She has a deep sense of identity rooted in the heritage and culture from her childhood home and upbringing. Oma is here to provide an authentic insight into practical homemaking skills, traditional festivities, arts and crafts, fine German cuisine, gardening, and traditional kids activities. Laugh out loud as guided along the way by Oma’s life lessons and on how simplicity is the key to organization and life skills.
Oma learned to love and accept the responsibilities in life at a very young age, which allowed her to become the person she is today. Spiced up with three tablespoons of positive attitude and 2-3 cups of humor, her life couldn’t be better.
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