The 7 Stages of Grief(Glee) You Go Through When You Are Away From Your Kids

Stage 1: Joyful Anticipation You decide to take a trip, without the kids.  You’re about 2-3 months out at this point.  It’s basically all you think about.  Every time one of the kids whines…”this time 3 months from now, I will be lying on a beach, drink in hand, and this will be a distant […]

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Mother-Freaking Affairs: An Interview With a Girl I Know

I got to put my Barbara Walter pants back on today, and conduct yet another interview. We here at Mother Freaking have now interviewed a Lady I Know Who Raised a Mother-Freaking Good Kid, a Girl I Know Who is Overcoming a Mother-Freaking Hard Addiction, and today, a Girl I Know Whose Husband Had Mother-Freaking […]

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I Won’t Always Be One of Them

I’m a part of a club. People call us the “Young Moms” (We really aren’t all that young) We have young kids though.  Babies, toddlers, elementary-aged kids.  So because of that, we’re still referred to (especially by the generation above us) as “young mothers”. We all understand the same things. We understand that it’s completely […]

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An Interview With a Mom Who Has Raised a Mother-Freaking Amazing Kid

“When we grow up, we’re going to be the next Barbara Walters”. That’s what my high school best friend (Amy) and I used to always say. We had it all figured out. We would graduate high school, go to college and major in public relations (because that just seemed like a cool thing to major […]

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