This is us.


Welcome to the Bosq community!

 

We know that motherhood can be complicated and difficult, but it's always beautiful.


We invite you to become a part of our welcoming, honest, diverse community where you'll learn, discover, and define who you are as a mom. Whether you're looking for useful information, legitimate research, or great shopping recommendations, we've got it all without all of the judgement that sometimes goes along with it. In between late nights, sore boobs, and dirty laundry, we are here to show you how to bask in the beauty and joy that being a mama can bring.


Let’s do this motherhood thing together. And while we’re at it, let's have some fun.


Team Bosq:

 

Tanya Nagaraja:

Tanya was born and raised in Southern California, but now lives in San Francisco with her husband and son. Prior to having their son, she and her husband enjoyed fine dining in San Francisco, smugly enjoying their disposable income and artisanal chocolate. Post-baby, they cling to each other for support, fight about frozen pizza, and pray their beautiful, brown-eyed boy doesn’t grow up and evict them from their Glen Park home someday.


Stephanie Wood:

Stephanie is from Queens, New York, but recently moved to Central Virginia as a social experiment in living a life of polar opposites. She has two children and is a mediocre mom who somehow manages to still pull off motherhood. She is dedicated to bringing the joy back to motherhood, getting people to fall in love with nature, and making out with her hot husband.

 

Alexandra Roth:

Alexandra is an opera singer turned tech nerd loving her second career as a software engineer.  She spends most of her free-time in a dungeon moving heavy things and is a powerlifter and USA powerlifting state referee. She loves hoppy beers, hates quarter squats, and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

 

Jacqui Lazo

A writer by nature and an editor and communications consultant by profession, Jacqui also teaches at a local preschool in her “spare” time. She loves working with kids and helping them discover what excites them, especially when it comes to telling and writing their own stories. Although she is not yet a mama, she loves learning from all of the mamas around her at school and in her personal life, which helps her in her job as Bosq’s editor.  Jacqui lives in Charlottesville, Virginia with her husband.