Joined 4 years ago from Connecticut, USA
Shauna is not your typical 30-something mom. She is a 30-something single mom, navigating life without a net. She overcomes obstacles ona daily basis, and finds solace in a sea of words. With God as her Guiding Light, she approaches each day with a happy and grateful heart.
With so many single moms out there, Shauna would like to use her gift of words to inspire other single moms to keep going. She will share her struggles and her triumphs. She will end each article with the words every single mom needs to hear: "You are doing a fantastic job, mama."
4 years ago
4 years ago
The first week as a new mom is the hardest, especially if you are a single mom. You are sleep deprived, you don't remember when you last took a shower, and you can't remember the last time you ate.
4 years ago
No one sets out to become a single mom. Most women want the fairytale happy ending. Unfortunate circumstances prevent that from happening, and now you're pregnant and single. What's next?
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