Moms Who Write: Ebony Olson

  This week’s interview is from another inspiring author, Ebony Olson. She writes paranormal /fantasy /romance. She is sarcastic, morbid and has a wicked sense of humor. I loved interviewing her and can’t wait to put her advice to use. I hope you will, too.   Please tell us a little about your family. Weird, geeky, and loving. I live with my husband, daughter and six cats. There is never a dull moment in our family. If there is, I use[Read more]

Moms Who Write: Janie Saylor

  Hello! This week I got the wonderful opportunity to chat with Janie Saylor. She is a kind and inspiring woman that I met in the Write away, Mommy Facebook group. She has become a ‘mom’ to the group with her helpful advice and stories. I hope you enjoy getting to know her as much as we have.   1. Let’s start with the most fun part. What’s your family like? Oh my goodness, my family is crazy! But first of[Read more]

Silly Sock Story

5  4 3 2 1 Blast off! The socks knowed it was Saturday. And it wanted to go to space.  They thought the rocket was a real rocket. The socks got in the top and winded up the key. The key broke off! They hit the roof and then they all had rips! Then the mom just sewed them back together with a sewing machine. It was tickling them  Thee end.  Written by my 5-year-old Does your kid write stories?[Read more]

Moms Who Write: Aditi Wardhan Singh

I had the joy of interviewing Aditi Wardhan Singh this week for Moms Who Write. We met while working on the book 100 Moms, One Journey. She offered feedback to any mom who wanted it. 100 moms!  You can see her love for people in the way she lends her time and expertise, and feel her passion for writing in every word she writes. She is a contributor for the Huffington Post, and has been featured on sites like Happiest Mama and Richmond Moms. And she[Read more]

20 Moms’ Best Tips for Weaning Baby From the Breast

  I didn’t know if I could do it. I was terrified. Weaning my son from the breast was simple. He fell in love with solid food and stopped drinking on his own. It was natural. Calm. My daughter, however, had a passion for the breast. She showed signs of being ready to wean (read more here). At eighteen months she didn’t need the milk. Yet, She couldn’t be away from me for long without wanting a sip of that[Read more]