Leslie is a proudly feminist mom, former entertainment writer, professional nanny, summer camp director, and playwright who moved from New York to her home town on the Mississippi Gulf Coast to be near family and raise her daughter. She has produced plays and other comedy shows at the People's Improv Theater in New York, as well as covered a wide variety of entertainment events from New York Fashion Week to The Vulture Festival, NBCUniversal Upfronts, film premieres, album release parties, and much more. Don't miss her blog, The Way-At-Home Mom.
My Tinder profile says that I'm a single mom. Something I didn't mention? I'm still breastfeeding.
I need somebody to help me squash this damn uncontrollable urge to tickle baby feet all day every day.
Just because your intentions aren't meant to be hurtful, it doesn't mean that they are not.
If ever I doubt that the journey was worth it, I just have to think about the special moments we had.
#3. She let me struggle sometimes. During those challenging times I learned valuable lessons, which I want my daughter to learn as well.