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Category Archives: Single Mom

Parenting While Professional


[Note from Diva Mama: Parenting While Professional was originally posted on the New York Women in Communications blog, Aloud. I want to extend a personal thank you to NYWICI, editorial maven Michelle Hush, and to co-editor of Aloud, Deanna Utroske, for granting reprint permission and going above and beyond by taking the time to write…

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Things that go bump in the night. . .

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875), Mother Protecting Her Child, c 1855-1858, French. Oil on canvas. 37.9 x 46.2 cm. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum Art

We all have things that we are afraid of when we’re young. Some of our fears disappear as we grow older, when we analyze with a more mature and rational mind, that in fact the size of our monsters could not realistically fit under our beds or hide in our closets. Some monsters, however, are…

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Girls Night In

Heaven, Shangri-La, Nirvana. The kids have been at sleep away camp for six days, four hours & thirteen minutes – but who’s counting? Whatever name we put to our own personal Utopia, I can tell you simply mine looks like a place where I am well rested, eating calorie-free chocolate surrounded by smiling angels, sipping…

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Who Loves Camp?!

After several hours of using multi-color sharpies to hand label 28 pair of socks, 20 pair of shorts, 24 shirts, 8 bathing suits, sunglasses and sweatshirts plus a slew of travel size toothpaste, toothbrushes and toys, it’s no wonder I’m sitting here, bleary eyed at almost 1am.  But now that the oversized duffles are packed,…

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From Sound to Silence

I am not afraid of many things in life, probably because I’ve survived so many, relatively speaking, horrible incidents.  But recently, something frightening has been happening.  I have lost my voice – twice – within a short period of time.  I know for many this is a seemingly insignificant event and probably low on a…

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A Dollar Is Worth a Million Bucks

Have you ever seen the History Channel’s American Pickers?  It’s one of my guilty pleasures that I DVR as regularly as I do my other fave – American Idol. Weekly, hosts Mike and Frank tool around in their white Mercedes van driving the back roads of this country searching . . .  “Each item we…

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A Mother Cries . . .

When it comes to our children, moms don’t need a reason to cry.  We cry when our babies take their first step, perform in their first play, break a bone, learn to ride a bike, lose their championship and graduate from pre-school, elementary school, high school, college . . . The highs, and in this…

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