Ruckus Book Review: Confessions of a Scary Mommy – Jill Smokler

Originally published in Ruckus Magazine. When Jill Smokler found out she was pregnant, she had a “hysteria inducing, this-cannot-be-happening-to-me, why-did-I-not-triple-up-on-the-birth-control shock that rocked [her] selfish, skinny life to the very core.” Her life consisted of working, shopping, eating out with her husband, drinking with friends and shopping some more. Surprisingly, once her first child was … More Ruckus Book Review: Confessions of a Scary Mommy – Jill Smokler

A Waking Nightmare

Since I got home yesterday and calmed down a little bit, I’ve been debating whether or not to write a post about this. First of all, I don’t want to gross people out.  Second of all, I don’t want to gross myself out and go into shock all over again–but, I think it might help … More A Waking Nightmare