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Overdue

November 15, 2009

Remember this? Now read this: Katherine, I bought insurance and have the confirmation. Let me know! I sent it 10 days ago, maybe longer. A Hi Alaina, Yes we received your package!! Thank you very much for being so generous. We were all blown away by the amount of earrings you sent. I have attached […]

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The Trip Story: Part 3

August 23, 2009

When I started this blog I had one single mom friend, now I feel I have thousands and I don’t feel alone anymore. I know many of you feel the same way having found my blog. Often many of you send me photos of yourselves and your little ones and my heart melts each time, […]

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Father Figure

April 8, 2009

It’s been so long since I’ve had a husband, or even a steady boyfriend for that matter, that I now can only imagine what it would be like. That’s literally all I’ve got. There’s nothing tangible left, not even an old pair of boxer shorts. At first, when Benjamin was just four-months-old, the memories of […]

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The Dirty Laundry.

October 23, 2008

Men, men, men. They certainly are falling from the sky lately. Leah, of Mama Dharma.net, a phenomenal single mom blog I just discovered, asked me what my secret was in her comment on my last post. And I have to answer because I think each and every one of you has the potential to unlock […]

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Single Mom S.O.S.: Can she take the kids overseas?

June 17, 2008

The Best of the Single Parent Blogosphere Because we’re single parents and we don’t have time to read a million blogs every week, leave your favorite posts here. DON’T BE SHY. Shameless self-promotion is strongly encouraged. My personal favorites this week Smiles are Free Chrissy the author of Glamour’s Storked writes about a mean woman […]

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His father wants to take him…I’m freaking out.

December 14, 2007

When I told my now ex-husband I was leaving him the first thing he argued about was the laptop computer. Then the video camera. Anything of monetary value. But, not once, not once did he fight for our son. I wanted him to. It got to the point that his complete apathy to the issue was actually a little shocking. Why wasn’t he worried about not seeing Benjamin? It’s been two years. Since then he has come only during his 36 hours of visitation. No more, no less. And he has always come to us – staying in our house.

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