A loving wife and devoted mother of two girls, she manages to balance work, family, and everything in between with a wicked sense of humor. Armed with a to-do list a mile long, Jill manages to accomplish in one day what a small army could barely manage in a week. Maintaining her own identity is important, so Jill keeps a journal and writes blog
posts where she vents about her chaotic life
and shares her thoughts and aspirations.
Rob is Jill’s easygoing husband and tag-team
partner in parenting. He works in I.T., so his logical
nature is a perfect match for Jill’s artsy and creative
counterpart. He is the yin to Jill’s yang (or is it
the other way around?). As the lone male in a
household of feisty females, he knows that the
female is always right. Right, Rob?
Jill and Rob’s two rambunctious daughters.
Amy is in high school and Jess is in middle
school. Both keep Jill and Rob on their
toes, especially when they leave
clothes, homework, and gadgets
strewn across their bedroom floor.
Jill and Rob jokingly refer to their neighbors
across the street as “Perfectville” for their
neat and seemingly “perfect” household.
From their pristine lawn and always appropriate
housewarming gifts, Jill is both envious and
amazed by her neighbors who appear to do
Jill’s close-knit circle of friends.
Both women have kids, as well as
various careers and personal lives.
They meet up for the occasional dinner or Girls’ Night Out, where they drink one glass of wine (wink, wink), catch up on gossip, and commiserate with each other.
Rob’s old-fashioned grandmother who takes
perverse pleasure in reminding Jill about what
it was like “back in the day” when women
instinctively knew how to be a happy
homemaker and run an efficient household.
Jill’s subconscious voice of reason (or in
certain cases, unreason). Represented as her
teenaged self, 80’s Jill sporadically appears
in the bathroom mirror to broadcast her opinions.
Often, she brings along old friends from
days gone by.