Andrea Wiltrout

Andrea is a recent transplant to the Columbus area, having now lived in almost all of the Midwestern states. After graduating from Michigan Law School, Andrea enjoyed a challenging nine year stint as a commercial litigator in Chicago and Minneapolis. Andrea and her husband relocated to New Albany last June. She is currently retired from Big Law and is constantly surrounded by her insanely busy 2.5 year old boy/girl twins and her uncannily unflappable 3 month old son. Andrea strives to be a SAHM that rarely stays at home and enjoys finding new spaces to take her three children. She is committed to supporting women who are battling infertility and a passionate advocate for breastfeeding and VBAC. She is a voracious consumer of literature, wine and reality television. Andrea is active in the fitness community and enjoys CrossFit, running and yoga. Andrea dislikes housework, spicy foods, slow drivers, and the beach. During nap time, Andrea blogs at The Best Kind of Crazy. You can find her on Instagram at @andy71781
Vacation with friends

Girls’ Trip Getaway

  As a stay at home parent of three children aged three and under, I often feel completely and utterly indispensable.  While the feeling of being needed can be empowering at times, I couldn’t shake...

Living With Post-Partum Anxiety

I'm pretty sure that I came out into this world a laid-back person. Although I have suffered from situational anxieties (usually related to boys during my adolescence and work in my adulthood) I have...

Slaying My Toddlers’ Sugar Dragons

I recently completed my fourth round of the Whole30.  If you haven't heard of it before, it's an elimination diet that you do for 30 days to figure out what foods are causing inflammation...

Three Reasons Having Twins Rocks

It didn't really dawn on me that I was having twins until my baby shower when my mom asked me to pose for a picture holding up both car seats.  Shocked by the weight...

How to Help A Friend Through a Miscarriage

October 15 is Infant Loss and Awareness Day I knew the second that an image appeared on the screen that it was not good news. My husband had just gotten called into work so I...

How to Make Mom Friends

Young doctors and their families live a somewhat nomadic life during the long training period in the first phase of their career.  We've been lucky and only had to move twice during the past 5...