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She blogs about finding her own way: as a mom, a journalist, and a woman who has fallen deeply for a local goofball scientist.
Here are the single mom sites I think are most helpful for new moms who are suddenly single (by surprise or by choice) who could use some community.
According to the CDC, 41 percent of moms give birth while unmarried, with an increase of women over 35 who are becoming single moms by choice. If you go into a situation thinking, "Here I am ... I know this is going to be waste of my time, you're going to disappoint, reject, or not be good enough for me." You’ll be right. If he can't handle it, isn't accepting, judges, or isn't interested ... Your child isn't a burden or something to be embarrassed or ashamed of. Don't go on and on about how much you miss your child and how weird it is to be away from her, making him feel bad for being out with you. Stressing about what you're not doing will only make what you're doing less successful.4. Call, text, and arrive when you say you'll be there. What type of guy you're looking for who will be a fit for both you and your child?
Singlemommyhood: Co Parenting 101: Launched by an amazing mother and father who divorced and now co-parent: “After our marriage ended, we became the poster-children for divorce amongst our circle of friends and colleagues. ) and Jack attends the best daycare EVER when he is not spending time with me or at his second home with his dad.”Momma Sunshine: Single mom of two lovely little girls, a dreamer, an unsuccessful wannabe vegetarian, a blogger, a lover of chocolate, a coffee addict, a runner, an eating disorder survivor, and a hopeless romantic who would rather let my heart make my decisions for me.” She often writes about her long-distance relationship with single dad blogger Canadian Bald Guy.
We wished we could have been the poster children for successful marriage, but it didn’t work out that way”Ewokmama: Crystal, single mom of a son in S. Solo Mother: Christina began her adventure as a single mother in late 2006 with four suitcases, 0 and a kid who would turn four in a matter of months.
The Quest for T: One of my real life blogging friends in Texas who recently reconnected with a guy from high school on Facebook… She has two daughters and “great co-parenting relationship and friendship” with her ex-husband.
“I am wordy, introspective, in-your-face, a little crazy, moody, painfully honest, weak, strong, positive, negative and everything in between.”Me and my Monsters: An adoptive mom.