Mommy Writes

The Exhausted Mother

I am exhausted. How many times have you said these words? How many times were you too exhausted to even utter these words?... CLICK TO READ MORE!

Mommy Writes

Balancing Motherhood and Writing

I love my boy more than anything in this world, and I am so grateful for this blessing in my life. I cherish every moment that I spend with him, including the days when his terrible twos are at its worst.  Just like this momma, every mother needs a break; a little something that lets them step away from the chaos and give them a chance to rejuvenate their soul. However, what happens when that break takes too much time away from your child?... CLICK TO READ MORE!

The Writer's Life

A New Look!

While reaching for a glass, I pondered on where I should begin to write. Do I start the edits of my novels? Or should I write another article? I turned the faucet on and clear liquid swished through the tight cylinder; splashing against a stainless steel basin. I placed my cup under the spout and… Continue reading A New Look!

Diary of a Fat Girl

So, Everyone Else Is Having A Baby…But Me!

Over the Christmas holidays I was overwhelmed with news of pregnancies.  I learned that two of my husband’s cousins were expecting and one of them was to have twins.  Then, I learned two of my cousins were expecting; both of them due in May.  As hard as all that news was, I swallowed my tears,… Continue reading So, Everyone Else Is Having A Baby…But Me!

Year In Reading

Piece of Work

Julia Einstein was a former publicist and a stay-at-home mom. Until one day, her world was turned upside down by the unemployment of her husband, Peter. After depleting their savings account, Julia was forced to leave her three year-old son and return to work. It was meant to be a temporary situation until her husband found a new job. What she didn’t know was that her client, Mary Ford, was a brutal narcissist with bouts of kleptomania. Nor did she know that Peter was a better “stay-at-home-mom” than she ever was, and that her job would no longer be temporary...

Year In Reading

Bubbles, Bubbles

Bubbles, Bubbles has bright colorful pictures, simple rhyming, and it is an excellent learning tool... Subscriber Content Lately, I have been babysitting my youngest nephew.  He will be in his terrible two’s next month, but I believe he has hit a growth spurt and is already there.  In caring for this child, we watch his… Continue reading Bubbles, Bubbles

Year In Reading

The Things We Do For Love

I think I found my new favorite author. Kristin Hannah made me laugh, and cry, and laugh some more. Amidst grief and suffering, her words connected fluidly allowing the reader to dive deep into the characters souls...