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Did I do good, Mama?!

This was the question my daughter asked me on report card day. She was so proud to have gotten her report card and couldn’t wait to show it to me. I glanced down at the stack of papers. I am … Continue reading

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5 things I learned after losing my biological and adoptive moms

It’s been 15 years since I lost my first mom and three months since I lost my second mom. Losing one mom teaches you so much, but losing two? That’s a whole new perspective. Here are five things I have learned … Continue reading

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When will you stop making your mommy carry you?

It’s been a long few weeks. My mother is critically ill and my children haven’t seen much of me lately. Let’s not mention the fact that they were just adopted this year so though lately I’ve not been around much, … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day! Love, Middle Mom

Definition: Middle Mom /ˈmidl/ /mäm/ noun: 1. Not the first, not the last, but mother to a child during their moments away from their family. 2. Standing in the maternal gap for a child between their past and their future.   Mother’s … Continue reading

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