I’m a bit partial to the print version and while reading the last few paragraph’s out loud to John Bear in the car as soon as I found my copy, I actually choked up on these lines, “as for my son Benjamin, he is now a beaming, breathtaking little 4-year-old who has more wonder, curiosity and happiness in his heart than I ever imagined anyone could contain. And fear, as it turns out, is not a word in his vocabulary. Or in mine.”
The tremble in my throat and tears in my eyes caught both of us off guard.
“Are you crying?” He asked.
“It’s okay, but why?”
“Because, it’s just so surreal. Benjamin and I have come so far.”
We have and so will you single mamas, unless you have already! And in that case, the congratulations is yours as well.
I have been incredibly touched and overwhelmed by the number of e-mails coming in from Woman’s Day readers. Some of you are unhappily married mothers, soon to be single moms; others have just left your husbands and are trying to find your way.
I am trying my best to respond to each e-mail but if I miss yours, please visit my Single Moms forum and post your questions there. My existing community of single moms would love to offer their take on your situation.
And thanks to all of you for joining us.
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