I have strung words together for Kiwi Magazine, Babble.com, AOL, Parents Magazine and more. I live in upstate New York with my daughter, husband, dogs, and too many cats. I rock a cool 'do because I shave my head most years to fight children's cancer with the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Though my daughter is officially an elementary schooler, I'm pleased to report I've yet to give in to the curse of the appliqued mom sweater. Small victories, people.
In further proof that Hollywood can be tough on a marriage, there's sad news to report out of TLC's wildly popular series Little People, Big World. Stars Matt and Amy Roloff are splitting up after 26 years of marriage.
The reality stars announced a separation this week, just as TLC is set to air a special about the family later this month.
It was horrifying watching the video that went viral over the weekend of a mom who seemed to be a drug addict nodding off on a Philadelphia city bus while her young daughter tried desperately to wake her up. The little girl got no help from bus passengers, including the person who shot the video ... and many of us (me included) were bothered by their indifference. But if you were just as bothered by the mom, get ready to get even angrier at her.
Philadelphia authorities tracked her down and -- thank goodness -- took her daughter away as they investigate what really went down on that SEPTA bus. So how did the mom cops have alleged was doing what's known as the "heroin nod," a passing out common among addicts, respond to what happened?
Well, that didn't take long! Nathan Griffith burst onto Teen Mom 2this season as Jenelle Evans' savior, the first guy with a real J-O-B and a clean rap sheet who actually made Barbara Evans feel like her daughter was making smart choices on the dating front. Consider all that old news.
The new hotness? Bah-brah is so over Nathan Griffith. And I don't think we've seen her this worked up since her infamous "hope ya have fun livin' on the street with your boooooyfriend" speech!
All right, Gleeks, how many hankies did you soak through during tonight's episode? The writers at Glee might have dubbed the 99th episode "City of Angels," but it might as well have been dubbed tribute to Cory Monteith take two. The New Directions returned to nationals tonight for their second try at the top trophy, but they had a lot more at stake than just holding onto their title.
Not only was Sue Sylvester threatening to can the program if they didn't repeat at nationals, but Finn Hudson's mom and stepdad were invited to join them as chaperones ... and watch the New Directions finish what he started way back at the beginning of the school year (hard to believe that was actually a whole season ago).