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Love your honesty & agree with everything I’ve read so far. Can you send me an email with your contact information if you are interested.thanks Sherri Reply Thanks for leaving a comment on my new site and putting me on your blog roll – yay – you’re one of the first! Put more videos of yourself up, if you want to attract men. Imagine if you had come to someone’s blog that said…“”HEY………I AM IN-DEBT DEBBIE!!!! I hope something special comes of it for you, above and beyond its daily normalcy, that is! I have two great daughters, 10 months apart and my oldest just turned 3.Nice to read the thoughts of a single mom that are honest, but don’t dwell on the “why me??? Many times, divorce & single parenting is the most positive experience we and our children can go through. Similar situation…I knew I was leaving when I was 12 weeks pregnant. It’s so nice to be able to connect with smart moms like yourself, who are on the same crazy, wonderful trip called single parenthood. Reply Good people deserve great things……you seem to be deserving. ””I do not at all mean to suggest that being in debt is like having children…no of course not! I left the ex when my youngest was only 3 weeks old. ”Over 2 years later, I’m now realizing that it was the best thing I could have done…for all of us.he he So here is a link to a post to help all those getting out of a relationship. I found your blog a couple of months ago.Despite the fact that the only thing we have in common is Columbus, I love reading about your experiences. If you're ever looking for things to do in Columbus, check out my blogs: I must say I really like this blog.He’s tall, he’s dark, he’s handsome and he’s absolutely wonderful. Single Mama: A Personable Blog Inspiring a Community I applaud you Ms. I too believe there is nothing a woman can’t do especially when she is driven by the love of her child. My memoir about raising my kids alone is coming out next month with Rodale, Bedtime Stories: Adventures in the Land of Single-Fatherhood. I can relate to the idea that you are here, using this as an outlet, as I understood in your video post. It explained…why you were apparently so focused on being single. I felt like you were confident in yourself, and that is pleasant. When I started this blog I wrote only about single motherhood. I guess this is what struck me most about your post, at first. Single Mama superstar =)I forgot to tell you I added you to my blog roll a while back…maybe some day I’ll make yours too, thats a very impressive line up you got =) Thanks for adding i Heart Single Parents there! I knew when you had first visited and commented that perhaps, you hadn’t read my musings on how much I love being single – so no worries. And yes – funny how people think singles always don’t want to be single – quite the opposite sometimes. I am a single guy with no children, so not really an expert on most issues posted here, but I do know a single mom whose beauty, grace and depth are only matched by her love, sacrifice and dedication to her child.In fact, I had accepted the fact that he may never show up and had become quite content with that fact. And – update – how we got married here.—–All you have to do is become a Facebook fan. Seth and I, now happily married, blog about blending our families at Beautyandthe Past media appearances/interviews include: Start with my Frequently Asked Questions page. Visit Cement Marketing.com, my Web Development, Search Engine Optimization and Social Marketing firm in Columbus Ohio for my blog on social and search marketing.—-My blog was listed as one of the Top 100 Must-Read Blogs by Women by My alter ego “Mia” blogs about the weaker moments and darker sides of single motherhood . Reply Hi there: On Saturday January 12, 2008, I officially became a single mother of NO ONE under 18. It doesn’t matter, because as long as you and they are alive, you will always care, worry, cook, laugh, etc. I have been single since my daughter was 4 monthsold. I am very proud of it and would love to hear what you think. And despite its funciton in your life, regardless of how you act aside the site… Also, I did not see any hate comments up, but instead some compliments, and of course just like women, men love that! Now it’s taking on a life of it’s own and I’m realizing that there’s a lot to write about … This is why I gave all that advice, which obviously could have easily been percieved as being way to ‘telling’. Replywell msm…it’s ‘ Tracy ‘….I moved ( as per your suggestion) and I made sure you are STILL on my blogroll (and didn’t make any tranfer blunders! So I decided to write a poem about single Mother’s and it applies to all you single Moms out there, the true hereos of society who do not recieve the applause given to movie stars and athletes, but deserve so much credit. After marriage counseling, much soul ringing and yet another really nasty fight I decided it would be better to raise my four month old son alone than in that environment. 🙂 I hope my single friends would read your blog so that they’d see that being a single mom isn’t bad and it isn’t about finding someone but being happy in your own situation. I’m a product of a single mother…and I don’t think single mother’s get half as much credit as they should…so, just wanted to say, that no matter how hard it is right now, one day you’re kids will thank you and will appreciate how hard you work to raise them…I know I did! One of my fears of being a single mom is that my son will grow to hate me because i left his father. When I was dating as a young woman, I did look at men and wonder if they would make good fathers. She said, “Oh Teri, that’s all well and good, but at some point, the kids move away and you have to be sure that you have someone you have a real relationship with.” This was good advice.

I’m a single mom but I’m also a single woman, a writer, a novice photographer and a blogger. Please help Reply Thank you all for your votes of confidence…makes my day, every day to know that there are so many of us out there…enjoying and making the best of our single parent adventures. I thought you were a man…but then though you signed, Rachel. I was just surprised because I had an impression of your having built up a pretty deep avatar about being single. But the real reason why I stopped to say hello is that maybe you would be interested in some entertainment. I just published a book called, Guy Talk, Girl Talk by Sal Marino. I am new to the blogosphere, and I am finding strength and solidarity with my other fellow single mamas!

being a single mom for a 3 year old son and being alone for the past of 4 years.

I strongly agreed that at some point man is no longer in the list to build a good family .

Many women want a child because they want something to love. Again, I hope I haven't sounded callous, but 99% of the population would agree with me. Maybe juice and crunchy peanut butter go well together LOLReply Thanks for having a site like this. Thankfully through time and reading positive books I have overcome the low self-esteem factor and learned to value myself. Need to finish the bit of work I have laying on my desk and then I am nose first in your blog for the next couple of hours!

What I would like to say to my younger single mum or dad counterparts is to believe in and have love for yourself as much as for your precious children, and to also be proud to be a single parent. You have made me feel welcome just because I can relate!

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