Hi Mom Bloggers, I am helping Alexis Martin Neely launch her new book, "Wear Clean Underwear: A Fast, Fun, Friendly - and Essential - Guide to Legal Planning for Busy Parents. With her savvy book Wear Clean Underwear, Alexis helps parents understand how important – and easy – legal planning is for parents. You can find out more info on the book at www.wearcleanunderwearbook.com.
So why am I writing you?
For each mom blogger who reviews the book on or before May 7, we will offer a comprehensive Kids Protection Plan counseled and prepared by a celebrity lawyer, Alexis Martin Neely. This is a great value, as an attorney prepared Kids Protection Plan is normally $1,000. And, because Alexis Martin Neely is no longer seeing new clients, this offer is truly priceless.
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Mamarevolution.com was started in early winter 2004 by four young mamas who needed a place where they belonged. Too young and alternative for babycenter and too old for the teen based online communities, they struck out to make a home for mamas who just didn’t fit in anywhere else. After a few nights of brainstorming and women sharing their talents, Mamarevolution.com was born.
Mamarevolution is a pro-choice, feminist community who seeks to support, encourage and educate young women and mothers from all backgrounds and cultures. Our goal is to provide the community and support that is so desperately needed as we fight for our rights as parents and women, and to defeat the social stereotypes that surround young or alternative parents.
While we promote breastfeeding and natural parenting, we recognize that each family is unique and has their own set of needs and customs. We respect and support all families and their allies in their quest to raise strong, positive and socially conscious children.
Me: How was your week at school? Titus: I got into trouble twice. Me: What for? Titus: Once for flying paper airplanes in class. Me: Why were you flying paper airplanes in class? Titus: It was recess and I didnt know I wasnt allowed. Me: How did you not know you werent allowed? Titus: Because they make up the rules as they go along.
I came up with this idea today, actually. A community where moms have a place to discuss their children and the silly things they do...give advice, and talk with other moms that work...try to have careers...go to school...and have their babies too. Thats not to say I have anything against stay at home moms joining here. I hope we get the best of all worlds for members.
Lets face it. Its 2005, and 90% of the female population cant AFFORD to stay at home. Im part of that statistic. I wish...I could sit at home with my kids and stay with them all day long. Keeping them safe from the trials and tribulations of things like a playground bully. Unfortunately, that doesnt work for me.
I suppose the best way to get this started is to explain to everyone who I am.
I am a 28 year mother of 3. My girl is biologically mine...my 2 boys are not, but Ive been with them since they were very young...so I dont even refer to them as stepsons....they are my "Sugar babies". On the flip side of that, they call me their "Sugar mommah". I am married, I have a career, and I usually work no less than 40 hours a week...but more close to 50 on most weeks, depending on if Im on call.
Today's little trial...I get home from work...Im exhausted, I am also on call. I sit at my computer to check my email....and my daughter's nanny comes to tell me she's sick. Ive been home 3 seconds, and Im greeted...by a very pale child...worshipping the toilet god. SO! Im making bbq chicken and peas for my household...and my kiddo gets soup.
I want to hear from others though...what makes you tick? Any funny stories? How do you feel about cloth diapers?
Am I the only one that hears the beating drums...of the biological clock screaming 'ITS TIME TO HAVE ANOTHER CHILD?!'