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Notes From a Single Mom: I Do, I Don't—Why Do So Many Marriages Fail?
Lynn Armitage Did you know more couples get married in June than any other time of year? What a superstitious bunch we are...
Notes From a Single Mom: Who’s Your Daddy?
Lynn Armitage Paternity testing puts all doubts to rest When comedienne Paula Poundstone was once asked if she had any children, she hilariously quipped, “No, I don’t . . ...
Notes From a Single Mom: Sorry Situation—In Most Divorce Cases, It's the Fathers Who Lose
Lynn Armitage Last week, my oldest daughter dropped a bombshell. She didn’t want to spend the night at her dad’s anymore because she doesn’t sleep well there...
Notes From a Single Mom: Animal Instincts—We Are Mothers, Hear Us Roar
In March, my daughters and I took to the high seas to go whale-watching...
Notes From a Single Mom: Scrambled Lives—Sometimes, I Don’t Recognize My Own Kids
Lynn Armitage “But, Mom, we LIKE scrambled eggs!” That was a new one. I had been trying to get my girls to eat scrambled eggs for years. Then one morning, this revelation...
Notes From a Single Mom: Money Matters
Lynn Armitage Plan ahead and appreciate what you have Oh, the love of money. We never seem to get enough of it. The 2010 U.S...
Notes From a Single Mom: Build a Village—You Simply Can't Do it Alone
Lynn Armitage Multi-tasking has become my religion...
Notes From a Single Mom: Leaving So Soon? When Children Want To Live With the Other Parent
The day the kids move out . . . it’s a day that most parents anticipate with mixed emotions...
Notes From a Single Mom: Divorce and Remarriage Blends Families and Produces 'Bonus Siblings'
A bigger family without the stretch marks I grew up with three sisters and one brother. A typical-sized family back when Catholics ruled the world of procreation...
Notes From a Single Mom: Lonely One—Whatever You Do, Don't Die Alone
For some of us, life ends in a zip-up bag and a ride in a white van. My 72-year-old neighbor, who lived adjacent to me for more than five years, died last month...
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