“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
Gone are the days and the rule that says you can’t wear white until after Memorial Day.
Get inspired to take part in April Acts of Kindness Month.
I’m tired. I’m large. I’m sick and tired of being large.
My daughter just can’t seem to get the concept. She is constantly having accidents and it is a fight to just get her on the potty.
Tag Archives: dad blogger
Yes, but mostly no. Allow me to explain.
The methods of conflict resolution fascinate me.
Al Watts is a busy at-home father from west Omaha.
We’ve adored his entertaining and engaging blogs — from “The wifely duty” suggesting that women should have sex with their husbands more to “At-home dad: Best job ever” where he boasts about getting paid in kisses and hugs.
Al knows how to spark conversations — sometimes gigantic conversations – about real-life issues.
I’ve always admired his tenacity and willingness to tackle some really tough topics such as sex, abortion and fathers’ rights.
And now our main man Al Watts is leaving us.
Our loss is the National At-Home Dad Network’s gain.
He’ll focus much of his time updating the organization’s websites and building partnerships with corporations.
You’ve probably seen a few new faces appear on momaha.
It’s high time that we properly introduce these new bloggers to you.
But we’re going to do it in momaha fashion… with a fun video.
Who you’ll see in this clip: Phillip Boucher, Jessica Brashear, Tunette Powell, Chris Donnelly and Olivia Grigg.