"I should mention that I had a whole case shipped back from Italy, so that was not the only bottle I had. (That was back during a time when I had a little extra money... not so much any more...) Anyhow, toasting to a baby sleeping might not seem like…"
"I'm new to this group and I only have one boy, but if I had my choice, I'd have more boys. I grew up in a household of 5 girls (3 sisters, 1 mom) and my dad. So, when I found out I was having a boy I wasn't sure I would know what to…"
Moms of boys face some unique challenges - like navigating living rooms full of legos without breaking our necks and learning to dig up worms despite a fear of getting dirty. Here's how we do it...See More
"I'd love to read other mama posts about wine. I love writing about wine... almost as much as I love drinking it. My blog doesn't have a ton of posts specifically about wine, but I do raise a lot of toasts! One of my earliest posts--…"
"My name is Emily and I have an almost 2 year old son named Silas.
My blog is http://www.booknboob.com/blog
I chose this name because I fell in love with "reading while feeding". I started the blog because I inspired by my transition to…"
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I am a mom of one-- a now 22 month old boy named Silas Edison. I was a stay-at-home mom for a year and am now back at my teaching gig as a 6th grade language arts teacher.
What is your blogging philosophy?
To speak my truth whatever that may be.
While I intended to keep a blog about literature and mama-hood, a large portion of the posts on my blog have been dedicated to the day-to-day experience of motherhood and my experience with postpartum psychosis and bipolar disorder. (Yeah, it's been a bit rough.)
As I am passionate about facing problems head-on and with a large dose of sarcasm, blogging has been a wonderful way to exercise my demons!
I'm looking forward to reading and meeting and sharing!
I have been blogging since...
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