It’s been such a long time. Here’s what we’ve been up to!
A SAHM? What’s a SAHM, you may be asking. Well, me. I am a SAHM. I get to stay at home and I’m a mom. It’s such a cool job that we even get our own acronym! Now, I know that you may also be thinking that I’ve been neglecting you and you’d be right,… Continue reading Life as a SAHM
We spent the past week at the home of a very dear friend. His father had passed away and he was sitting Shiva (the 7 days of mourning following burial). The Dad was there, in part, to help make a Minyan in order for him to say Kaddish. A was 85 years old and had lived a… Continue reading Death and Judaism – as a convert
I spent the first 26 and a half years of my life as Jennifer. I was not a mom, let alone The Mom. I was not married to The Dad. I was not even Jewish. That’s right. The Jewish Mom spent the majority of her life as a non-practicing Roman Catholic. I actually attended a catholic high… Continue reading Life as an Imposter
So, I’m The Mom. The Jewish Mom. I keep kosher and I cook kosher food. I buy kippot like other moms buy Lego. We go to Shul (the synagogue), we do Kiddush (the blessing over the wine), Motzei (the blessing over the challah), Havdallah (the blessings that separate the Shabbat from the rest of the week) and… Continue reading Hebr-what?