Moms with Teenagers

Moms of teenagers know they are entering alien territory. Here we can discuss our struggles with wanting to help them grow up and be independent while wanting to hug them and rock them in our arms again.

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Happy Birthday to Me Giveaway

Started by Cynthia Tolbert-Wilson Apr 9, 2013. 0 Replies

Teenager or Alien? You decide!

Started by Desiree Frazier May 18, 2012. 0 Replies

Mean Girls

Started by Claire Miranda. Last reply by Diane Reiter Nov 9, 2011. 13 Replies

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Comment by Carol Gosser on April 15, 2012 at 11:35am

As the mom of two teen girls - 18 and 15 - I actually started my blog as an assignment for grad school. I was going to blog about PR but my GIRLS actually suggested I blog about "stuff that they do" or what other moms of teens would find interesting. I'm not sure if I always meet their high standards but I'm having a blast!  I am going to continue my blog after the semester is done.

Wish me luck on my final report - and please come visit my blog!

Comment by Desiree Frazier on March 19, 2012 at 8:33pm

Hi All! 

In my opinion teenagers are imposters, aliens sent to drive us mad for a few years so we can learn to appreciate the good times we had with them when they were young.  They certainly help to put thing in perspective anyway ;)

My name is Desiree', I am mom to 1 teenager and step-mom to 2 tweens (soon to be teens, aaargh!) and my sweet little 8 year old step son. 

They all live at home with me and the hubster, things get interesting sometimes but we've been at it for 5 years now so it's *almost* down to a science ;) 

I blog all about our crazy life over at  I'd love to hear from you, stop by or leave me a message on my wall here.  I'm new and still figuring out the ropes here. 


Comment by Julie McGuire on March 10, 2012 at 1:10pm

As my children are growing, I'm reflecting on their toddler years.  What I miss most. Really.


Comment by Sally Moran on March 9, 2012 at 4:53pm

New!  my last child is 16.  I'm just starting to step back out in the world and see "waz-up" !!     I was glad to find a teen blog.   I've enjoyed all the stages, and teens are fun too.   My 16 year old is a son.  

Comment by Diane Reiter on November 6, 2011 at 9:21am

Yay for teens! (Did I just say that?).

Yup. Raising teens is almost like raising a two year old ; they want independence, but aren't quite ready to "run" yet ... although sometimes when we catch 'em doing something forbidden, it'd be better if they did. My blog also touches on the fabulous teen and college years.

It's All Good - Until You Burn Dinner

I can't wait to check out all of your blogs!

Comment by Lady Bren on August 29, 2011 at 11:46pm

Oh ladies I am so glad to find you.  I knew that somewhere out in the blogosphere there had to be a group of women blogging about life beyond diapers, pregnancy and which lunch box to buy... and I found you oh happy happy days


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Comment by Shana Johnson on May 12, 2011 at 10:15am
Hi Moms!
 It’s refreshing to see teens taking a stand and trying to help the fight against bullying. I’m trying to do the same thing with younger children by way of the children’s book, Flightless Goose. I posted a question on my Facebook page that asks teens/tweens for their advice for young children getting bullied. If you know any teens or Tweens I would love it if they would weigh in and leave a comment. The facebook page, Flightless Goose, is We are very interested in what they think! (the publisher is also giving away an ipod on its blog for the most helpful comment). Comments close 3pm today, May 12th
Comment by Julie McGuire on April 11, 2011 at 3:00am

Hallelujah and Taxes.  Not two words you would put together:

Comment by Julie McGuire on April 9, 2011 at 8:03pm

The difference between sons and daughters at my house.  It take two seconds to read.  About the same amount of time they devote to cleaning their room...


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