A couple of Mother’s Days ago, I wrote my story as part of a writing class for moms.
We were supposed to explore what motherhood has meant to us and how we have changed since becoming mothers. What started in that class eventually became a zine, Will There Be Smoking? (and other questions), that covered the usual mom stuff along with what was personal to me–the creative block that plagued early motherhood for me and my step away from the religion of my youth.
This Mother’s Day, I am particularly grateful. The past four years have meant many changes for my family, and we are happier for them.
Do you know a mom interested in exploring doubt? Why not buy my zine? It makes a great gift. :)
For more about secular family life, see my Secular Thursday page.