Resources for the Single Parent

When I began this blog, I imagined the blogosphere as a giant universe and I was floating around in my little tin can. I started posting as a way of sending out signals into the vast universe: “Hello? Anyone I can relate to out there?”

I often felt like the Little Prince visiting one planet (blog genre) after another. Eventually, I figured maybe I just needed my own little planet.

Single moms are vastly underrepresented in everything and the blogosphere shows that. Since I began this blog, I feel it’s become a very single mom friendly sort of place. My readers aren’t all single moms, but they’re supportive people and that’s what we all look for. Because I want to encourage this type of community, I’ve begun collecting resources of various types that might be helpful to other single moms.

This includes a collection of my favorite Single Mom posts to have appeared on this blog, mostly because of the support that came forth from the community.

It also includes what I hope will one day become the most comprehensive collection of single mom blogs.

Lastly, it includes your more typical types of resources– articles, books, and music I found helpful.

If you have anything you’d like to submit to my collection of resources, I’d love to check it out. Please contact me!

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4 thoughts on “Resources for the Single Parent

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  2. I’ve been reading your blog for a while, but today was my first time commenting. I don’t have any children yet, but was raised by an awesome single mom. I now realize how hard this was for her, but we were lucky, as you are, to be surrounded by lots of family and friends and I had a great childhood. I remember her saying “We might not be rich in money, but we’re rich in love.” I loved that.

    Thank you for sharing your life, and putting together resources and links to help single moms out there.

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    • Thank you for taking the time to comment and to do so in such a supportive and sweet way. I love to hear from grown-up children of single moms who are pleased with their childhoods and appreciative of their families. Your mom’s saying is one worthy of becoming wall art.

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  3. its to be strong at heart and trying make up a [bunch] family like yours is great and encouraging. I think [perceive] you needs a third hand and thus you can forge ahead so smoothly and don’t underestimate bundle of child care.

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