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You see, I am a single mom. I am a single mom. You, my dear, are not. When your husband goes to Vegas with the boys and you are on deck for the weekend, you are NOT a single mom.

He will arrive home Sunday evening, hungover as hell, contrite and willing to do your bidding for weeks to come. To hold us when the day has knocked us on our ass. I have a great ex-husband who is devoted to our children. He supports us and never shirks his commitment to our children.

If I need him in an emergency, he is 20 minutes away. But the day-to-day parenting duties and night time bullshit that exasperates all mothers from time to time? Same thing when the kids are with him. Luckily they were travelling with other families that could lend a hand with the kids, but that is not always the case. I should say that the only time a married woman may claim single mom status is when she is a military wife. My best friend is married to a man in the military and has endured more than her share of parenting hardships while her husband was away for month — or longer — tours.

I tip my single mom hat to her and all Military Wives. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I think this runs both ways.

I completely agree that having your coparent away for the weekend does not make you a single parent. I agree with you Got Air, and it was not my intention to make martyrs of single moms.

In my opinion, a single mom is a woman who is not married but who does have a child or children. I agree with this. I am a single mom of a 3 year old, with no father in the picture. That means no co-parenting, no support of any kind, finacial or otherwise , and no time off. Yeah I am with you if there is a dad in the picture any amount of time or even with only financial support them you are not a single mom. As a real entirely single mom since even when I was pregnant this drives me nuts to.

Although I agree divorced women or women with exes who play a role face challenges, they are NOT the same as women with no father in the picture, no days off, no support, etc. I agree with Melissa. They tell me I have no idea how hard it is.

I always have to bite my tongue. I still get out occasionally for a date night or a girls night,but it is far from every other weekend. I agree with Melissa as well. But maybe there are levels of single momhood?

I am divorced and have my ex in the picture. He is with my girls every Sunday. I have remarried, but it was my decision to ensure that my new husband does not take on a father figure role. So, in other words, other than Sundays, I do it all and refuse to rely on my husband when it comes to my girls. Does this make me a single mom? Maybe on a certain level. But I truly think women like Melissa are the real troopers and are the true definition of what a single mom really is.

Michele recently posted… When Converse Leads to Etsy: A Casual Shopping Experience. With a non-parenting coparent. Jenny Kanevsky recently posted… Anthology Release: I was a single mom for a long time. It is not the same. I have been without my husband for extended periods of time and it is really just not the same. Jill recently posted… Cheesy farmhouse breakfast casserole. Parenting is hard work regardless of the relationship status that you have.

Motherhood comes in so many shapes and forms. A mother who is single has never had a partner and adopts or uses IVF. A mother whose partner has passed. A mother whose partner is in the military. A mother whose partner works away for weeks on business. A mother who is divorced but has a great co-parent.

A mother who is divorced and has a horrible co-parent lack thereof. A mother who is married but whose partner is disengaged, or abusive. Everyone has their own battles, challenges, etc.

You never know what a mothers life is until you truly walk in their shoes. I get more nights out than one married friend because her husband is terrified to be alone with the kids and calls her hourly when she tries to have a night to herself. Wow, you have someone 20 minutes away you can call, AND child support!

My husband died, leaving me with 2 kids under 6, alot of debt and no family for KM. I am a military spouse. Right now we are on our second 6-month deployment within the last year.

He was gone for 6, home for 6, and now gone again for 6. I never get a break, unless you count the one day a week I go to work and get a babysitter for 9 hours.

He may not be here to help out with the childcare or day to day tasks and taking care of the house— I mow the lawn, take out the trash, take care of the pets, child, house and everything else. I would never go so far as to call myself a single parent. I think about the single parents who are working a job and putting food on the table for their kids with no support, financial or otherwise.

I admit I roll my eyes at people who get overwhelmed when their husband is away for the weekend. Gretchen recently posted… Anxious.

This is a little ridiculous, trying to compare who has it harder. I have I children and am constantly told how lucky I am to have all this free time.

Well, hell, maybe it would be nice if my baby did not die and I had these little faces to care for too. How about this…parenting is hard and we should all get to vent sometimes without being judged. As a widow raising my children what I miss most is his emotional support, someone to turn to and share a worry and concern about one of the kids. The full responsibility is all mine.

Thank you so much for your website and comments, but I really am a single mom. My husband passed away about six months ago and no one really wants to talk about it, especially by two boys and their wives. But I am hurting pretty bad and would love some advice Thank you! Take it easy on yourself and grieve whenever you need to. Maybe find a support group so you have someone to talk to. The hardest part is feeling closed off from everyone else.

Much love to you all. Corner a girlfriend, hire a therapist, or call a helpline. Find a time without distraction and wives and let them know you need them. You have earned their ear, embrace, and shared strength. The deeper the love the longer the grieving but you should not have to do it alone. Please take care of yourself.

We need strong women in this world to keep us all powerful. Sending love to you. I am so sorry you are struggling, Marianne.

That sounds incredibly difficult. Our local hospice helped our family in times of loss, I am not sure if yours has counselling and resources available but we found it really helpful. Wishing you peace and comfort. I am so sorry for your loss, Marianne. Sometimes I think people forget that those who are grieving need to talk about that loss… that they feel as if talking about it somehow makes it worse. I think that sometimes people view those who have passed as a taboo subject of sorts.

If you have friends who will lend an ear, try opening up to them.

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To hold us when the day has knocked us on our ass. I have a great ex-husband who is devoted to our children. He supports us and never shirks his commitment to our children. If I need him in an emergency, he is 20 minutes away.

But the day-to-day parenting duties and night time bullshit that exasperates all mothers from time to time? Same thing when the kids are with him. Luckily they were travelling with other families that could lend a hand with the kids, but that is not always the case. I should say that the only time a married woman may claim single mom status is when she is a military wife. My best friend is married to a man in the military and has endured more than her share of parenting hardships while her husband was away for month — or longer — tours.

I tip my single mom hat to her and all Military Wives. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I think this runs both ways. I completely agree that having your coparent away for the weekend does not make you a single parent. I agree with you Got Air, and it was not my intention to make martyrs of single moms. In my opinion, a single mom is a woman who is not married but who does have a child or children.

I agree with this. I am a single mom of a 3 year old, with no father in the picture. That means no co-parenting, no support of any kind, finacial or otherwise , and no time off. Yeah I am with you if there is a dad in the picture any amount of time or even with only financial support them you are not a single mom.

As a real entirely single mom since even when I was pregnant this drives me nuts to. Although I agree divorced women or women with exes who play a role face challenges, they are NOT the same as women with no father in the picture, no days off, no support, etc. I agree with Melissa. They tell me I have no idea how hard it is.

I always have to bite my tongue. I still get out occasionally for a date night or a girls night,but it is far from every other weekend. I agree with Melissa as well. But maybe there are levels of single momhood?

I am divorced and have my ex in the picture. He is with my girls every Sunday. I have remarried, but it was my decision to ensure that my new husband does not take on a father figure role. So, in other words, other than Sundays, I do it all and refuse to rely on my husband when it comes to my girls. Does this make me a single mom?

Maybe on a certain level. But I truly think women like Melissa are the real troopers and are the true definition of what a single mom really is. Michele recently posted… When Converse Leads to Etsy: A Casual Shopping Experience. With a non-parenting coparent.

Jenny Kanevsky recently posted… Anthology Release: I was a single mom for a long time. It is not the same. I have been without my husband for extended periods of time and it is really just not the same.

Jill recently posted… Cheesy farmhouse breakfast casserole. Parenting is hard work regardless of the relationship status that you have. Motherhood comes in so many shapes and forms. A mother who is single has never had a partner and adopts or uses IVF. A mother whose partner has passed. A mother whose partner is in the military. A mother whose partner works away for weeks on business. A mother who is divorced but has a great co-parent. A mother who is divorced and has a horrible co-parent lack thereof.

A mother who is married but whose partner is disengaged, or abusive. Everyone has their own battles, challenges, etc. You never know what a mothers life is until you truly walk in their shoes. How would she juggle a PowerPoint presentation two days away with dinner prep, homework, bathtime and bedtime, not to mention the newly discovered leaky roof, all falling on her? Suddenly, my normally unenviable single status made me the most admired person in the room.

In a Darwinian sense, we have adapted to our environment and have evolved—by freakish fate—into a stronger species. The home I share with my 7-year-old son, Zachary, is hardly a tableau of organized perfection.

Which brings me to the most important word in my playbook: I mean outsource to your kid. Single moms need a team member at home, which is why they quickly learn how capable their children are.

My married friend Wendy once told me she wanted her kids to enjoy her in the little time she has with them. So when they balk at doing chores , she caves—and then seethes.

They have plenty of friends on Facebook. We want stuff done and chalk up these chores to teaching life skills—and creating great catches for their future spouses. Plus, having them help out gives everyone more fun-time later. Beds can be made in the morning tossing the quilt on top counts! Dishes can be cleared at night hint: Laundry can be sorted into colors and whites an educational experience! I discovered that last one the hard way. Also, I graduated from kindergarten three decades ago.

But the takeaway was that I got very comfortable doing less. Just as working moms might compare themselves to stay-at-home moms and feel guilty for the store-bought cupcakes and missed classroom volunteer days, I realized that as a single mom I was comparing myself to married moms and feeling guilty for being a mere mortal who could not morph herself into two distinct people. After the Homework Incident, I was way more inclined to let go of what I could and cultivate a village for the rest.

She recalls dragging her then-toddler daughter, stroller and work gear up and down the steps of the New York City subway, refusing help when it was offered, until she realized that community is there for a reason: That goes for all moms, no matter your marital status. Dominica Myers, an executive assistant in Seattle, uses the same networking strategy with reliable teenagers in her neighborhood who can watch her son, Jack, 6, in the event of an impromptu work commitment.

Still, as kumbaya as this sounds, I also need to have my own systems in place. Mikki came up with a great solution after struggling to juggle work life.

He knows that Tuesdays I work late, so he gets his favorite babysitter along with his favorite hot dogs. Andra Brosh, PhD, a psychologist in Los Angeles, agrees that when kids of working moms know the drill—either with predictable routines or by having specific responsibilities—everyone wins. With her busy teenagers, the divorced mom says, she avoids calendar chaos by not only synchronizing their appointments with hers but also making them responsible for remembering their own commitments.

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