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“Mom’s a puzzle. Little Pieces Everywhere”—Six-Word MOMoirs

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Fired therapist, one mother is enough. Sometimes mom needs a timeout. Mommy’s boobies no longer daddy’s boobies. Mom’s big Get Even: my kids. Mom is transgender. Hey new dad! In meeting. Binky in suit pocket. I’m pregnant. I’m not a buddha. A sake mom, not soccer [...]

“Sweetie, please don’t lick the dog.”—Six-Word MOMoir Winners!

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

We asked you to submit Six-Word MOMoirs in tribute of Mother’s Day and the response was overwhelming! It didn’t take a Freud to analyze the importance of moms from the thousands of MOMoirs we received, but it did take a lot of tough decision making to choose our winners.
Our winners of Six-Word MOMoirs on being [...]

“Mac and cheese, morning, noon, night…” — The Six-Word MOMoir Challenge

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Whether you are a mother or just have one, everyone has a six-word mom story to tell—a “Six-Word MOMoir.” Once again, SMITH Mag is teaming up with TruuMomConfessions and Postcards From Yo Momma for this year’s Six-Word MOMoir challenge. We’ll choose our favorite 6 six-word stories about being a mom or your relationship with your [...]

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