children, Divorce, Parenting, Single Moms, Uncategorized

Single Mom’s Verses Single Mom’s: Apparently Controversial

I was having a lovely conversation with an acquaintance when I happened to mention my blog.  She asked me what it was about and I replied, "Divorce and Being a Single Mom." Then she made a statement.  One that left me at a loss for words. "But you're not a single mom, he's involved and… Continue reading Single Mom’s Verses Single Mom’s: Apparently Controversial

dating, Divorce, Flawsome, separation, Single Moms, Uncategorized

11 Dating Tips: Breakup, Separation or Divorce

I've created a list of dating tips following any breakup, separation or divorce.  Stuff I learned the hard way.  You probably won't listen if you're a stubborn ass hot mess like I was, but I'll list it anyway. 11 Dating Tips Following Separation: Go On The Date: I heard somewhere that you should wait 2… Continue reading 11 Dating Tips: Breakup, Separation or Divorce

Single Moms, Uncategorized

Single Mom Army

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTTNWpag6fI "When I'm with you, I'm standing with an army." Ellie Goulding The first time I heard this song was at a live concert.  I was on a date, but in that moment I was immersed in so much love and gratitude for my dearest family and friends.  My people.  My army. Finding your Single Mom… Continue reading Single Mom Army

children, daughters, moms, Parenting, Single Moms, Uncategorized

Introverted Me: Every Other Weekend Bliss

Thank God It's My Every Other Friday.  You know the one I'm talking about.  The one where dad shows up to scoop up the kid and you're left in sweet, blissful silence.  My pup Molly asleep at my feet, chamomile tea on my nightstand, City and Colour playing in the background.  No where to be,… Continue reading Introverted Me: Every Other Weekend Bliss

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Identity Crisis

After my separation, I realized that I had alienated myself from relationships FOR me.  I also realized that I alienated myself from experiences FOR me.  If I wanted to go somewhere or do something and it wasn't kosher to HIM, then I didn't do it.  I felt like as a family unit we had to do… Continue reading Identity Crisis

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The Joys of Giggles and Gossip

I'll be honest.  I'm terrible at hosting sleepovers for my daughter.  "We'll get them together next weekend.  Wait, she's at her dad's next weekend, how about the weekend after?"  Scheduling it is the hardest part. Then: who picks them up, who drops them off, should I clean the house first even though I know it'll… Continue reading The Joys of Giggles and Gossip