I met Gary DeGennaro only a few months ago. I noticed through social media that he was doing some work for Camp Fire survivors so I reached out to him about getting some donations up to Magalia. He'd purchased a huge box truck through the nonprofit he started, Lifeline Disaster Relief, and was making regular runs up to the fire-ravaged areas with goods for survivors.
We met, he loaded up his truck, and off he went. This was a regular occurrence for us. He was always ready and willing to help in any way he could and seemed genuinely excited to have the opportunity. He was always smiling, even when I was pretty sure he was...
Writing books and sending them out into the world is such a fun way to connect with people. I love that my little pile of words has reached so many moms at exactly the time they really need to feel connected. I love this photo so much, and her words are the best review ever. #Repost @mikaelacjudd
A book may not seem like a new mom necessity. It is.
Because laughter is essential. It’s better for moments of sleep deprivation craziness than anything.
Except of course sleep…which is laughable in its own right.
Because no matter how ‘okay’ you tell the world you are, the truth is every mom is a rage of sleep-deprived hormones t...