Imagine my surprise when, with 60 days clean, I found out I was pregnant.
Updated on March 12, 2014 by
For the first two years of my son’s life, I was an alcoholic who didn’t drink, but still allowed the disease to run my life. It was a scary time. I never hurt my son physically, but I… Read More
The other day, I cleaned the boys’ bathroom. It was disgusting. If you have sons, you know what I am talking about. Running to the toilet, barely making it types of messes. Dirt and grime around the sink,… Read More
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I wrote down my imperfections and how they affect my mothering because I need to see things in black and white to really understand them.
Sadly, this post was removed due to constant and persistent bullying of a family member of the author. This family member would not stop sending both the author and sobermommies harassing emails etc. until she decided to take… Read More