ABOUT YOUR GIRL

Looking back on life, there wasn’t a boy I dated where I didn’t analyze if could I marry this man or not within seconds of the first date. If I got bad vibes right I away it was over then and there - yalla bye. I’m not sure if it was the bajillion episodes of Real Housewives I watched in college or how my mom is a straight up superhuman wifey material but I couldn’t wait to follow in love and get married and become a wife.

 

To some of you it may seem a bit old school but I honestly couldn’t wait to cook my man meals, prepare a household (even if it’s tiny 1 bedroom in East Harlem) and be someone’s biggest partner in crime.

 

I’ve only been married two years so I’m not pro - but I’m loving every step of the way.

 

My dream in creating That Jewish Wife is to tell my rollercoaster story of how I went through real shit to have the man of my dreams, talk about which Hamantashen flavor is bomb this year, how to throw a kick-ass Shabbat dinner, babies (or attempting to have babies) and everything else that goes into being a real balaboosta as my grandma would say.

Looking back on life, there wasn’t a boy I dated where I didn’t analyze if could I marry this man or not within seconds of the first date. If I got bad vibes right I away it was over then and there - yalla bye. I’m not sure if it was the bajillion episodes of Real Housewives I watched in college or how my mom is a straight up superhuman wifey material but I couldn’t wait to follow in love and get married and become a wife.

 

To some of you it may seem a bit old school but I honestly couldn’t wait to cook my man meals, prepare a household (even if it’s tiny 1 bedroom in East Harlem) and be someone’s biggest partner in crime.

 

I’ve only been married two years so I’m not pro - but I’m loving every step of the way.

 

My dream in creating That Jewish Wife is to tell my rollercoaster story of how I went through real shit to have the man of my dreams, talk about which Hamantashen flavor is bomb this year, how to throw a kick-ass Shabbat dinner, babies (or attempting to have babies) and everything else that goes into being a real balaboosta as my grandma would say.

A special thanks:

I'd like to personally thank all of you who believe in me, laugh with me and at me, and anyone who lives the phrase be yourself. The talented people below have played a huge role in bringing TJW to life.

 

Photography: Fabiana Kocubey, www.fabianakocubey.com

Logo Design: Michelle Brener, michellebrener.com

Editing: Mirit Elyahu

Moral Support: Arshia, Julie, Axel

Husband: Ilya Aylyarov 

 

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