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My dream man.

March 15, 2009

Does he even exist? Well if I want him to… the first step is believing he does. This week I was interviewed for an article for a local magazine – apparently I’m one of the Top 10 Singles in my city. She asked me a series of questions you might fill out for an online […]

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Single Parent Boot Camp

August 23, 2008

You all know being a single parent is one of the toughest obstacle courses life can throw at you… and one of my favorite single dads and friend Jim Everson agreed to write about his first few months in Single Parent Boot Camp.

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The Best of the Single Parent Blogosphere

August 6, 2008

Because we’re single parents and we don’t have time to read a million blogs every week I use this post to highlight my favorites and let you highlight yours … DON’T BE SHY. Shameless self-promotion is strongly encouraged. This week’s personal favorites: Incredulous Relief – Kristin (Better Now) The relief? Because she’s alive. You’ll be biting your […]

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Baggage check: I won’t let myself fall in love.

July 12, 2008

I left my phone charger in California. And after one day with no interruptions and no friends to run my emotions by … I realized how nice it is to be disconnected. So I didn’t buy a new one. Now it’s been five days of phone free bliss and a lot of time to reflect. […]

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The ultimate single dad.

July 11, 2008

Meet Matt Logelin. He’s a single father because the love of his life, his wife, died after giving birth to their stunning daughter. I was going to post something about my love issues tonight but after reading Matt’s blog that just seems utterly ridiculous. Prepare to be incredibly inspired, to laugh, to cry and to […]

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On fake wedding rings.

June 13, 2008

I didn’t realize what a passionate and proud single parent I’ve become until I read this. And now, Kristin is linking to this blog from hers! Hello everyone! I thought I would give this topic it’s own post so that the controversy isn’t trickling all over the place in other posts. Here’s the issue that’s […]

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How to get a toddler into the bath.

May 25, 2008

Tell toddler his or her microscopic plastic monkey wants to ride in a boat. Hint: Make monkey whisper in your ear. Act alarmed and sad when plastic monkey tells you he’s never, ever been in a boat before. Ask toddler if he or she knows where the monkey can find a boat. Remind toddler of […]

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Need to save your marriage? Talk to Mort.

May 18, 2008

This post was inspired by Google searches to my blog for “working harder than my husband.” I used to be there. When your man isn’t acting like a man, and you’re taking care of the kids, cleaning the house, cooking and bringing home the bacon – you start to wonder why in the hell you […]

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Go pick a man up. I dare you!

April 22, 2008

It’s Spring. I’m feeling frisky … and I know you are too! So… I dare you to ask a guy out. If you’re like me and the idea of going out on a date makes your stomach squirm, then you get a reprieve. It’s only been one week since my break up, so I get […]

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Man wanted.

April 17, 2008

If I were to write a personals ad on Craigslist here’s what it would say.

Dear Man.

I like you. I really do. I’m just trying to figure out why I need you. So if you want me (and I’m quite a catch) you’ll have to prove your worth.

In order for me to deem you valuable you must be able to:

1. Cook

2. Clean

3. Pamper

4. Love

5. Respect

6. Trust

7. Laugh

8. Intrigue

9. Provide

and…last but not least…

10. Have a nice ass.


Ms. Single Mama.

And no, I have never posted a personals ad on But I do browse and they’re out there. Look at your own risk! Most of them actually have naked pictures of guys showing off their you know whats. Ummm… yeah. That’s hot.

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