My favorite hat to wear is the one that consists of being a 30 year old single mom of an amazing 4 month old baby boy, Kaden. I must say that it takes a special person to be a mother! I’m so grateful that God trusted me to take care of this little guy! As mothers, we often dream of Read More »
Life as a Single Mom
Single moms have at times complex and difficult lives, and sometimes it is very comforting knowing others have experienced similar trials.
They need to provide a safe and healthy environment for their children, while also trying to have a personal life. Single moms find here articles, tips, advice, as well as inspirational stories on how to find balance in their lives.
There are some amazing moms doing amazing things and they are very anxious to share their stories to motivate and comfort others. Life as a single mom can be very difficult but can be just as rewarding. Being able to relate to one another is something special and this single mom living overview integrates all of this wonderful information of encouragement, direction and guidance in one place. Books for single women especially those written by single mothers are wonderful resources.
LeftField Pictures, an award-winning New York City based television production company, which produces the shows “Pawn Stars” and “American restoration”, is looking for single moms who are in a situation of merging households. If you are thinking about, or are in process of, or have just completed merging households with another single parent, Jessica Jorgensen, casting director with the company, Read More »
Single But Never Alone Singles Empowerment Summit is designed to impact, inspire and empower single moms, unmarried believers to pursue their purpose and live their dreams! The summit is hosted by Dr Samantha Phillips and will take place Friday, March 13th at 7:00 PM and Saturday, March 14th at 2:00 PM. Being single does not mean you are to be Read More »
Lord, Help Me, I’m a Single Mother is a memoir and collection of poetry about a single mother and the struggles she faced. The life of a single mother ever challenging as you must be both a mother and a father. It is nearly impossible to imagine raising children on your own, but when you have to, either you step Read More »
I am so proud of my daughter. For the second year in a row, Clara was selected for All-City Orchestra. It is a musical honor bestowed upon students from the various middle schools in Chesapeake, VA, who have proved through stellar grades, class work and playing tests, that they are the best of the best. The only thing left for Read More »
As a mother, I know how it feels to see your child’s face light up with joy, glee or contentment. Unfortunately, no kid, no matter how pleasant his disposition, seems to wear that cheerful expression for long. In my book, 100 Ways to make a Grumpy Kid Smile, I provide loads of tips, advice and instructions on how a mom Read More »
I got married in August, 1993. I was married for about four years. Eventually it got to a point where all my husband and I did was argue and it was obvious to both of us that the love we had was gone. We were hiding things from each other, we were barely speaking to each other, and there was Read More »
The Mom Song Words and music by Jamison J. Statema and Julie Statema by/with the GoFishGuy VERSE 1 If you have a stroller But you’re still a rock and roller You’re a mom If you’re tired of doing dishes And you know who Elmo’s fish is You’re a mom If you have a lot of fun But your work is Read More »
There I sat at my kitchen table asking myself “what happened”? My life as I knew it was over. I was now a divorced Single Mom, YUCK! My years of fighting to keep my family together ended here; depressed and hopeless and trying to figure out my next step. Judging by my state of being I realized my first step Read More »
Choices, choices, so many choices in life: What will I wear, what will I eat, how will I spend my time today? Some choices in life are absolute and some are random, some are conscious and some are unconscious, but we all have the power to choose — free will you might call it. But do we ever stop and think Read More »