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Lindsay Pratt

Self Help Humor and Comedy

5/5 ( ratings)
Lindsay Pratt went from being an independent, confident career woman to an overwhelmed and underqualified caretaker of what can only be described as a “tiny pooping and crying machine”. When her daughter was born in 2005, Lindsay quickly found out that most of the babysitting options involved leaving her daughter with people who either had pit bulls or drunken spouses . So, with a healthy dose of trepidation, she traded business suits for sweat suits, disposable income for disposable diapers and staff meetings for PTA meetings. That was thirteen years ago, but she doesn’t feel any more qualified to be a mother today than she did back then .

After leaving her career for the ‘glamour’ of Motherhood, Lindsay could be found attending every play, assembly, field trip, game and concert in which her daughter made even the most fleeting appearance, working as a nurse, psychologist, teacher and coach, all without the benefit of training, time off, sick days or vacation , spending countless hours researching constantly-changing “healthy” food and lifestyle trends and imposing them on her family and devoting an obscene amount of time preparing meals, doing laundry, scrubbing floors and grocery shopping.

Lindsay currently fills her days by watching soap operas and eating candy . In reality, she spends her time reaching out to Mothers and letting them know that they’re not alone and that all Mothers are just trying to “survive motherhood” in the best way that they know how. Her favorite way to do this is by creating journals specifically designed for Mothers…journals that make them laugh and remind them that being a Mother is really the best “job” on earth, even if it sometimes feels like you’ve been set adrift in the middle of the ocean without a life raft!

Lindsay Pratt

Self Help Humor and Comedy

5/5 ( ratings)
Lindsay Pratt went from being an independent, confident career woman to an overwhelmed and underqualified caretaker of what can only be described as a “tiny pooping and crying machine”. When her daughter was born in 2005, Lindsay quickly found out that most of the babysitting options involved leaving her daughter with people who either had pit bulls or drunken spouses . So, with a healthy dose of trepidation, she traded business suits for sweat suits, disposable income for disposable diapers and staff meetings for PTA meetings. That was thirteen years ago, but she doesn’t feel any more qualified to be a mother today than she did back then .

After leaving her career for the ‘glamour’ of Motherhood, Lindsay could be found attending every play, assembly, field trip, game and concert in which her daughter made even the most fleeting appearance, working as a nurse, psychologist, teacher and coach, all without the benefit of training, time off, sick days or vacation , spending countless hours researching constantly-changing “healthy” food and lifestyle trends and imposing them on her family and devoting an obscene amount of time preparing meals, doing laundry, scrubbing floors and grocery shopping.

Lindsay currently fills her days by watching soap operas and eating candy . In reality, she spends her time reaching out to Mothers and letting them know that they’re not alone and that all Mothers are just trying to “survive motherhood” in the best way that they know how. Her favorite way to do this is by creating journals specifically designed for Mothers…journals that make them laugh and remind them that being a Mother is really the best “job” on earth, even if it sometimes feels like you’ve been set adrift in the middle of the ocean without a life raft!

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