I’m a…Different Kind of Dance Mom

“Do you miss dancing?”

As an amateurish hobby of mine, I love expressing myself in a complete departure from my first love – writing. From high school to early adulthood, dance was a large part of my life.

I started the first high school dance team in my high school district.
I taught dance for a few years at an adorable school in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
I attended touring dance conferences.
I took classes at a local studios when I could.

But these days I don’t dance. 

Other things in my life have taken top bill. Now my days are long and full of multi-tasking and balancing acts. Between quality time with family, working, and engaging with my community, I still need to fit in meal planning, bottle making, blog writing, and sleep. These days I don’t dance.

It’s been years since I’ve taken a dance class, registered for a dance conference, and taught 5-year-olds to shuffle-step.




Andrea Wolloff
Andrea Wolloff
Andrea Wolloff is a writer, pastor’s wife, and mom of two from Tampa, FL. She writes about issues relevant to women, like leading with femininity, balancing life, and motherhood. In short, where you find women and Christianity intersect, you’ll find her there cheering, arguing, and taking notes. She writes at andreawolloff.com and you can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@awolloff).

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