I was flipping through Facebook late last night, interested in the lives of those around me, relishing in the births, the weddings and the football games. As I scrolled, I stopped on a post from a single mom talking about how frustrating online dating is.Read Full Story
Not every mother is fortunate enough to have a partner with whom they can split the responsibilities — and needless to say, it's hard. From being a single-income household to being the sole person responsible for all things child-related, single motherhood (or fatherhood) is not for the faint of heart. So when Amanda Osbon, a single mom in Tennessee, brought her 2-year-old to class because she couldn't find child care, she was delighted at her professor's reaction — and so are we.Read Full Story
I am absolutely loving being a single mom. I realize that may be hard to explain, but for some reason I feel like it is who I was meant to be. In reality, I wish I had chosen a partner that I could have raised these kids with, but I did not. While the marriage tanked, however, my mothering skills seemed to rise to new heights!Read Full Story
I don't know anyone else like me. I know a lot of single moms. I know a lot of moms who work from home. But I don't know any others that are single moms who work from home and provide the life she had before, although I would argue a better life, for her kids. My life is exactly how I want it to be.Read Full Story
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