Hello everyone! We are Kiley & Ashley and we are the proud owners of Cherry Blossoms The Blog. We created this blog as a place to find amazing products, places and more! The world is so full of products to buy and places to go, that we decided to make your lives easier by recommending the products and places we LOVE. Honestly, isn’t being a parent hard enough?
We want to simply simplify your life by doing the dirty work for you.
(and no, not like the Mafia)
So what makes our blog so special?
-Well, we are picky…okay, super picky. We are selective with what products we review-we need to use it and love it.
-We have a variety of views expressed here on the blog. Four of us are Mothers, all five of us are married, we are different ages, come from different places, different families and from different walks of life.
-We do have a few things in common, one of those being that we are all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
-As of 2017, we’ve traveled as far west as Hawaii and as far south as the Dominican Republic to bring you amazing places and things to see, taste and do.
-We love what we do and we hope that shows. We aren’t blogging to make tons of money, get free products or meet the Queen of England. We do it because we LOVE it and love helping others.
Aloha! I’m Kiley. How YOU doin’?! I grew up along the NJ Shore and am proud to be a “Jersey Girl.” My family and I now live right outside of Washington, DC. I love living so close to the Nation’s Capital and having so much history at my fingertips.
I am married to a professional actor and together we have been blessed with two children; a girl & a boy.
Oh, and I must not forget the family dog; Hermes Noir, the miniature poodle.
-I am of Italian, German and English descent
-I am an actress *currently on hiatus* and have performed in shows throughout NJ, NYC & VA
-I love Chocolate especially Charbonnel et Walker, Ritter Sport, Tim Tams and Kinder Hippos
-I am a huge supporter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (I lost my Mother to Suicide in 2012)
-I have raised over $3,660 for Suicide Prevention