Passionate About Northwest Arkansas
and the Moms Who Live Here

Meet Our Owners

Brittany Ransom, Founder and Co-Owner

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Brittany is the founding owner of Northwest Arkansas Moms Blog and a Bentonville native. (Go Tigers!) She remembers a time when Chili’s was the new place in town, and the Sugar Creek Movie Theater and Sonic were the places to be on a Friday night. 

While completing a Masters Degree in Social Work at Saint Louis University, she met and fell head-over-heels for a handsome and witty law school boy, Casey.  Together, they relocated to Dallas, celebrated a May wedding, adopted a third dog and, soon after, found out they were expecting their first human child.

With the impending birth of their first child, Brittany felt NWA calling her back home. Casey, a boy who had never lived farther than ten miles from a metropolis, agreed. They packed up their rental home at 36 weeks pregnant, traveled to NWA, bought their first home, and put down roots. 

Brittany is a boy mom to two towheads, Morris (August 2014) and Wesley (June 2016). She is a type-B personality living in a type-A household. She is a runner turned yoga teacher. In her free time you can find her pushing her double stroller, shopping local boutiques, frequenting coffee shops with her mom, texting girlfriends, drinking wine, or watching Fixer Upper with her main squeeze.

She believes in a good cup of coffee, a mediocre bottle of red wine, and sweating daily.

She loves to chat, so contact her at [email protected]

Adrienne Woods, Co-Owner

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Adrienne joined NWAMB as a co-owner in January 2017. She applied as a Contributor and in the process of writing fell in love with the mission of NWAMB.

Despite currently living in the 7-2-7-5-8, Adrienne grew up in Northwest Arkansas from the time she was four years old, and but for a slight migration south through Russellville to attend college at Arkansas Tech, she considers Bentonville home.  She recalls when the Taco Bell on Walton was being built, the “it” sit down restaurant was the Dixie Café, and “going to the mall” was a day excursion to Fayetteville.

She met her husband Jonathan, a.k.a, her “J-Dubbs” when they were 14 at piano lessons. He gave her his last name in 2009 and after buying a home, a journey through law school (her), the CPA exam (him), 3 job moves between them (2 of them hers) and another home purchase, they welcomed their long awaited twins, Henry and Amelia in 2016.

Her favorite things are group text messages, cherry coke, and traveling with her husband. She’s an attorney, Bentonville native trying to find her identity as a Rogers homeowner and connoisseur of fine white queso. She says that when you get to know her you’ll find underneath her confident, calm exterior she’s just a little girl who delights in getting incredibly excited with the least amount of provocation.

To chat with Adrienne shoot her an email at [email protected]