On The Run: March 2016

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Hey Mamas,

God forbid you miss anything I write, think, or utter under my breath, I have links here to everything I’ve done in March.

I let my boys play hooky! True story. Read “Playing Hooky” here.

See what happens when three moms make three different decisions with their sons standing outside of a karate class at the local YMCA. Psst! One of them is me! Read “The Best Decision Moms Can Make” here.

How do I connect with sons offline if I don’t want to connect with them online? This piece has lots of good ideas on how to communicate with boys. Read “Connecting With Boys Offline in an Online World” here.

We celebrated a birthday. My little guy is #thisis7 and he’s #oneofakind and #mybaby. Read “#thisis7” here.

Syndication is crucial in the blogging world. It’s an awesome way to introduce work to new readers, and I got three amazing opportunities this month. My essays, Unpacking a Former Life and The Best Decision Moms Can Make,” were featured on Coffee Table Confessions, and my essay, The Letter From School I Never Expected,” was featured on BLUNTmoms. Happy dance!

And finally…

FROM THE VAULT: March 6th would have been Harry’s 11th birthday. I present, “A Letter To My Dog,” an essay I wrote in March 2013 on Harry’s 8th birthday. It was a letter of gratitude, and I had no idea when I wrote it that we would lose him to cancer in the same year. You can read it here.

Don’t forget to Like my Facebook page and follow me on Twitter.

Happy reading!

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  1. Great stuff! Can’t wait to see what April holds 🙂

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