Who are we?

We are moms. We are bloggers. We are writers. We write mom lit, chick lit, and parent humor. Who knows what else will come out of our brains and on to the page.Founding mom-writer-blogger-publisher Lisa Nolan of Monkey Star Press.

Writing Prompt #2-Disclaimer

Dear bloggers,

           Moms Who Write and Blog is more than just a blog full of posts by mom bloggers, we're a community of support for mom bloggers. In addition to bringing you laughs and sarcastic parental advice we want to help you succeed. We've developed these Writing Prompts to connect with you and also spark your creativity to write. We hope to inspire you!

                 Warm Regards, Lisa and Adrienn

This Writing Prompt Session is open to any blogger.

This session's topic: Write a disclaimer or letter warning someone or something about someone or something.

Here's an example from Adrienn,

Recent events have forced me to write up this disclaimer.
I plan to carry copies of it with me at all times, and hand them out on a need-to-be-warned basis.
Because I’m pretty sure our real estate agent found a new line of work after helping us buy our new house and then sell our old one.
And I am more than certain our recent encounter with a camper salesman could have ended with Dennis someone getting throat punched.

TGIF Blogger Party with Moms Who Write and Blog!

THANK GAWD IT'S FRIDAY! Because then it would be Monday! Wait, wut? Ladies! Why are you thankful it's Friday? We at Moms Who Write and Blog want to her from YOU! It's your turn to talk! So here's what you do, leave a comment telling us why you are thankful it's not Monday! Top comments will be featured in our next TGIF post!

AND because we luv you all so much, tag and link to your Facebook page when you comment (it also helps us if we feature you on TGIF)! Let's spread the luvings around! (It's free! Unless you count hours slaving away at your computer or smart phone.)

Last week's TGIF comments that totally rocked, please visit and like their Facebook pages:

How I handle dirty looks and unsolicited parenting advice from strangers in Walmart without accidentally dropping canned foods on their foot by Michelle of Crumpets and Bullocks

Playing the Autism Card: I've seen many versions of the Autism cards that parents hand out in public places on the Internets. For those who don't realize, a common theme in the lives of parents of children on the autism spectrum is to take our kids in public, I know, gasp, and receive a very inviting welcome from the strangers of the world. By inviting welcome, I mean a bunch of dirty looks, criticism on our parenting skills, criticism of our children, and basic asshattery.

(You can read one of my previous posts about that: Dear Dr. Phil Wannabes of Walmart.)

I don't think people who intervene in that manner are ignorant of autism. I think they are mean people. They are just assholes. Think about it. Your kid is freaking out. You are almost in tears, kneeling down trying to tame your child while watching and handling the other kids.

TGIF Blogger Party with Moms Who Write and Blog!

TGIF Blogger Party with Moms Who Write and Blog!

It’s Friday! Oh Lordy! And we’re expressing our thanks, as in TGINM (thank gawd it's not Monday).

Last week's TGIF comments that totally rocked:

"TGIF because, wait, it's Friday already?! Holy crap! It feels like Monday! Cause I work seven days a week! LOL. Happy Friday!"--Lisa Nolan, Writer, Educator, Publisher Lisa Nolan.

"TGIF because I get to send kids to daycare and clean the house in peace!"--Sara, MOTHERfluff.

Throwback Thursday!

We're reaching back in time with some of our awesome Moms Who Write and Blog!

Lea Grover of Becoming Super Mommy is KILLING ME with cuteness in this photo! Check her out on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, G+ and YouTube! 


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