Motherhood Reimagined Resources
Follow my on ESME.com (Empowering Single Moms Everywhere) where I am a Sister Guide for Single Mothers by Choice. I've also written extensively about Advanced Reproductive Technologies.
- Should My Friend Be My Sperm Donor: The Legal and Emotional Considerations
- When Health Insurance For Fertility Treatments Runs Out: Creative Solutions To Make Your Dreams a Reality
- Unscrambling The Eggs: Options For Using An Egg Donor
- Improving Fertility Naturally: Balancing Allopathic and Complementary Medicine
- Coming To Terms With Using An Egg Donor
Read my fun and engaging articles on YourTango.com dating as a single mom, being a badass etc.
- I Was Single, Infertile, and 42, But I Still Gave Birth To My Baby
- An Ode To The Exhausted Single Moms: 7 Reasons You're a BadA$$
- 8 Reasons Being A Single Mom Actually Makes You BETTER At Dating
- 5 Questions Before You Give Up On Marriage And Have A Baby Alone
Mikki Morrissette has been at this a long time. She coined the term Choice Moms. As a former journalist, she has a plethora of resources, podcasts and content. I've contributed many articles and was a major contributor in her E-Guide for Egg Donation.
Who's Picking Me Up?
Who’s Picking Me Up, is a wonderful, modern story about families written by fellow Single Mom by Choice, Signe Ford. Rufus the computer needs to know who is picking up each child in the class. At first, he is confused by the unconventional families, but after an upgrade, he catches up and embraces the myriad of families structures represented in this book. Single moms by choice, same sex, divorced, blended etc—every possible family type is represented in a way that helps children value and understand their own unique family and the families they see around them. A great book for preschools and daycares to help introduce the concept of family in the broadest possible sense. A delightful book available in English, Danish, Norwegian and Portuguese
Why Single Motherhood Doesn't Mean An End To Dating?
DatingAdvice.com wrote about Motherhood Reimagined in a recent article, covering the ways dating doesn't end just because a woman decides to become a single mother. Here's what they had to say: "Sarah Kowalski was in her early 40s when she found herself without a partner and yearning to experience the joy of raising a child. Determined to make her dream a reality, she embarked on a mission to become a single mom through sperm donation. After the birth of her son, Sarah knew she could help women in similar situations navigate paths to becoming parents, so she started Motherhood Reimagined. Her goal was to guide aspiring single mothers on the steps necessary to have a child in the face of fertility issues, or lack of a partner, and offer emotional support along the way. As an online community, support group, and coaching service rolled into one, MotherhoodReimagined.org celebrates all paths to motherhood while helping women come to the realization that being a parent doesn’t mean the end of their dating lives."
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How to prep for postpartum if you are pregnant solo
Being pregnant solo can be a rewarding and vulnerable time. In my experience, there are many universal truths about being pregnant, but it is also a unique experience to be pregnant solo. There are simply more things to think through so that you can feel supported and empowered as a new mama. So, what does…
Biological Mother vs The Donor
Do you know someone that has a child via sperm or egg donation? Or maybe even via both sperm and egg donors? Or even a surrogate? If so, it’s likely that this is an entirely new concept for you. Maybe you are wondering how to refer to the donors or the woman raising this child? This…
Top Questions to ask when you are hiring a doula as a single mom by choice
Top Questions to ask when you are hiring a doula as a single mom by choice. When I’m working with pregnant solo moms, I always get asked about how to hire a doula. This article will give you an overview of what a doula does and what questions to ask so that you can hire…
Single Mom Burnout and What You Can Do to Prevent It
I’ve been quiet for a bit. And I want to be real with you. Single mom burnout is real. And, after talking to my group clients yesterday, I know that single moms by choice and women trying to become single moms by choice, are right there with me in this overwhelm. I know I’m not…
How I Came To Terms With Using An Egg Donor: 8 Salient Moments
How I came to terms with using an egg donor Giving up on your own biological genes to have a baby using egg donation can be a huge step. It can feel overwhelming and downright tragic. Here are some of the ways how I came to terms with using an egg donor. From my experience, I…
How To Educate Your Family About Becoming A Single Mother by Choice
How To Educate Your Family About Becoming A Single Mother by Choice A few weeks ago, my blog post was about why your family might not be supportive of your choice to be a single mom. This week I’m following up with some suggestions about how to educate your family about becoming a single mother by…
Why Your Family Might Not Be Supportive Of Your Choice To Be A Single Mother by Choice
Is Your Family Unsupportive of Your Single Mom by Choice Journey? : 6 Reasons They Might Not Be Excited About You Becoming A Single Mom By Choice. Many of you might have made the decision to have a baby on your own as a single mom by choice, or your’e thinking about it. You are…
Thinking About Single Motherhood By Choice: 7 Smart Pieces of Advice
Am I Ready To Be A Single Mom By Choice? When women are contemplating whether they are ready to be a single mother by choice, they usually think through all scenarios and concerns. They spend a lot of time trying to decide if being a single mom by choice is right for them. I think…
4 Keys To Thriving Financially As A Single Mom By Choice
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Debra Jacobs, a fellow single mom by choice and a financial coach. The question I get asked more than most is “how do I know if I can afford to be a single mom by choice? So, that’s exactly what Debra and I talked about. There’s no magic…
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