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babyfruit: the (mis)adventures of mommyhood

Formerly Babyfruit: The Miscarriage Diaries about miscarriage blogging, miscarriage advice, celebrity miscarriage and other miscarrying obsessions. Throw in pregnancy, and severe post partum depression. Now juggling life as a 40-something mom of a 6-year-

Updated: 2015-11-21T09:57:45-09:00


Adopting Out of Foster Care - National Adoption Day


We were busy professionals in our 50s with an only child. We're now even busier as we adapt to our new life with a now 12 year old boy. I hope you'll follow our journey.

Kid Art: Mommy and Daddy in Love


Good to know she knows her parents love each other. (From April 2012)

Kid Art: At Her Easel


Her Melissa and Doug Art Easel gets constant use. Best darn purchase EVER.

Hair stripes


Earlier this year, the 6-year-old got red stripes in her hair. This wasn't her first time getting stripes. In fact, she has had them several times in a variety of colors since she was 4. Back to the "self-expression through...

June's Child


"...June brings tulips, lilies, roses, Fills the children's hand with posies..." from the poem "The Months" by Sara Coleridge

Brussel sprouts


6-year-old doesn't know she isn't supposed to love Brussel Sprouts. Because I love them, she does, too. Let's keep it that way!

The Modern Day Child


Who needs TV when we have an iPad?

Kid Art: A Picture in a Picture


From April 2012



The minutes tick by more quickly when you are almost late for the school bus. And the 6yo drags her heels and takes tiny nibbles of her toast and small sips of her juice, making it all seem so important...

Graffiti Artist


As a parent, I want to encourage her to be anything she can be. But I can't help wondering as she embarks on a new activity: "Will she be a singer? Will she be a dancer? Will she be an...