Mother of Five

A Mother of Five Children

By Cindy Burrell In response to an initial introduction and the typical inquiries of new acquaintances, I will generally begin by saying that I am married and have four children. In truth, I am a mother of five children. One … Continue reading →

Coming Soon: Mom at Last Memoir

Mom at Last Memoir coming Soon page

Sharon had a dream to become a mother which she was determined to follow. Her path was difficult but ultimately successful. Born in New Jersey and living in Delaware, she is married to her soul mate Rick and the very … Continue reading →

Aging Moms Prefer Daughter To Hubby, Study Finds

Mother prefers daughter

Debby calls her 26-year-old daughter Beth three times a day – and might add a few daily texts on top of that. Mother and daughter, both of whom live in Denver, are close, much more so than when Beth was … Continue reading →

For Moms with Postpartum Depression, the Nation’s First Inpatient Unit

Moms Help

For moms battling depression, a first-of-its-kind psychiatric unit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers intensive, inpatient care. Jenna Zalk Berendzen gave birth to a son in June. It was a difficult labor, and after Maxwell was … Continue reading →

Moms of autistic children work less and earn less

Mom of Autistic Child

By Frederik Joelving NEW YORK | Mon Mar 19, 2012 U.S. families with autistic children earn nearly $18,000 less than parents of normally developing kids, according to a new report. The gap is mainly due to mothers not having a … Continue reading →

Stop Judging Other Moms

Moms Judging other Moms

Written by Denise Albert Co-creator, The Moms I hated being pregnant. I didn’t even try breastfeeding. I have struggled internally about how I feel about the fact that my kids climb into my bed at night. But after spending some … Continue reading →