Archive for April 2013

Rest in Peace Little Bryeon Hunter...

Rest in Peace Little Bryeon Hunter...
Disclaimer: If foul language and harsh realities offend you, stop reading because shit’s about to get real. This rant is not going to be PR friendly. Who does this shit? I mean really? What the fuck is wrong with people? An innocent life taken away by monsters. Just a baby. A baby who can’t even... Read more »

Chicago Promise Walk and 5K Run™

Chicago Promise Walk and 5K Run™
Preeclampsia is a disorder that occurs during pregnancy and the immediate postpartum period, and affects both the mother and the fetus. It is a rapidly progressive condition characterized by elevated blood pressure and protein in the urine; other symptoms may include swelling in the hands and face, headaches, and visual disturbances. Preeclampsia affects the mother’s... Read more »

Do You Have a Happy Baby?

Do You Have a Happy Baby?
Being a first time mom you want to do everything right.  It starts before your baby even arrives. You research the latest and greatest in products, you prepare the nursery, take prenatal classes, and you read, read, and read. Unfortunately, nothing can prepare you for motherhood. Once that baby comes, the sh*t hits the fan... Read more »
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My Child Was Called a Fag on Facebook

My Child Was Called a Fag on Facebook
Who calls an 8 month old baby a  fag? A fag on Facebook? Yeah, that really happened. Last week , I like many others, changed my Facebook profile picture to the sign of equality for gay rights to marry. I’m a supporter. I’m a fan. I also posted this  picture of me and my son... Read more »

Living With Abuse.....You Do Not Have to Take It!

Living With Abuse.....You Do Not Have to Take It!
Normally here at Chi-town Mommy Mayhem we write about things that are humorous and light hearted. As you know, I write from the point of view of a single parent to a rambunctious toddler. However, I need to be more specific about why I’m a single mom. My relationship with my daughters’ father didn’t end as a... Read more »