Lonely in LA….and lovin’ it! by Wendy Sue Noah


Oh, how I love paradoxes, and how they help me and others step out of the “what’s normal” box. How can I be lonely and loving it, you ask? Good question! First, a little background for you. I am a social butterfly. Literally! My 13-year old son, Zak, asked me in ...

Meet Later Mom Filmmakers of Pushing Motherhood: Sybil Azur and Linda Cevallos-French


While I have yet to watch the new (81 minute) feature film documentary from Tempo Entertainment, Pushing Motherhood (now on Vimeo on Demand), it certainly sounds compelling, and I wanted to share a Q&A with the two filmmaker later moms.  It tells the true story of best friends embarking on ...

Meet Later Mom: Author Linda Goodnight


NAME: Linda Goodnight AGE: 65 RELATIONSHIP STATUS: Married RESIDENCE: Oklahoma CHILDREN’S NAMES/AGES: Victoria, 14, Masha, 18 and six more! Linda Goodnight is the award-winning, bestselling author of nearly fifty novels, including her latest, The Memory House. Her books center on broken people, the power of family and love, healing and redemption. She’s been a teacher ...

August 2013 Profile: Nina Davenport


YOUR NAME:  Nina Davenport AGE:  46 RELATIONSHIP STATUS: Single RESIDENCE:  Brooklyn, NY CHILD’S NAME/AGE:  Jasper, 4   I'm a documentary filmmaker.  My most recent film, FIRST COMES LOVE, premiered on HBO July 29th:  www.firstcomeslovemovie.com What does your child think of your work?  What led you to make your film, and what is the message you want viewers ...

Raising Sensitive Boys by Maureen Healy


Does your son cry often? Or pull out all the tags from his shirts? Is he a picky eater? Does he prefer quiet play? Has he ever been labeled as “shy” or “overly sensitive” by someone close to him? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may ...

The New Kid on the Block Shares Her Story by Jean Marie Keenan-Johnston


Even as a child, I'd always had a plan, and with every plan came hard work and luckily immediate success. After spending a glorious year with my favorite teacher in the fifth grade, I decided that I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up. I worked as hard ...

Bloomin’ Mom: The Most Wonderful Time of The Year – By Catrina Chatelain, MLTS Blogger


Despite the stress that is second nature to the holiday season, it remains my favorite time of year. For our family, it begins the night before Thanksgiving, when we kick-off the five or six week long celebration with a great bottle of wine and a 24-hour cooking session. It then ...

GUEST BLOG POST: Aging with Grace and Vitality by Claudia Spahr, later mom and author, Right Time Baby


Are you also tired of hearing that stereo-typical comment; “Older mothers are selfish because they won’t be around long enough for their kids”? You know what? It’s actually NOT true. Studies show that if you have your child over 40 you’re four times more likely to reach the age of 100. Apart ...