single mom seeking
At momlogic, we believe that every day should be Mother's Day. But since it doesn't always pan out that way for most of us (ha), here's the go-ahead to make the most of it on May 9th ... without using the tried-and-true tactic of phoning the in-laws and telling them that you're desperate!
Thousands of people are wearing blue shirts in an effort to wipe out the most minimized and persistent problem in our schools today.
A single mom I know has an amicable co-parenting relationship with her ex, but he has a very laid-back parenting style when it comes to her son's allergies. She feels like her ex is jeopardizing her son's health because he isn't giving their son his medication.
A single mom is working hard to potty train her son ... but every time he goes to his dad's house, her work is undone. What's a single mom to do?
Maybe you're a single mom. Maybe your hubby travels a lot. If your kids still sleep with you, this issue can bring up very strong feelings of guilt, worry -- and judgment.
When single moms hear this question, they often feel confused and unnerved -- and respond with stunned silence.
When it comes to a babysitter, maybe you prefer the grandmotherly type, while your ex is fine with the young (and frankly hot) college student off Craigslist. Single moms: Do you and your ex squabble about the sitter?