My Mommyology

Learning from Motherhood.

The Beginning of Mommy-ology


My Mommyology Runs into Motherhood

Run Mom, Run.

That is me — running after my now two-year old daughter Sam.  In the picture, I am also about 4 months on the way, with my second daughter (we call her Jamie).

For the past two and a half years, we’ve lived in North Carolina, and this has been my life.  Not so much the running, but learning to be a mom, and hopefully a good one at that (although I would have to say, being a mom involves a lot of running too).

You could say that I have immersed myself in the study of motherhood and have been trying to put some logic, structure and science to raising a family.   Amidst the books, so-called experts, doctors, and the “What to Expect“s of this world, I have discovered that it is a continuous experiment that each one of us has to have a go at and learn as we go along.

I am no expert, mind you.  But here is my attempt, based only on my personal experiences (and mistakes), as well as what I have learned from other moms around me to try to make sense of it all.  My hope is that you too can learn from what I have gone through.  Hopefully with your comments and critiques (I am happy to accept all forms of conversation), I can learn from you too.

And if all else fails, then at the very least, you would have just had a good laugh, on my account. 🙂

Author: mymommyology

I am the mom that I am because of my two wonderful little girls. They teach me everyday.


  1. I LOVE IT! I can’t wait to read your stories 🙂

  2. Thanks for the vote of confidence, La Vida Lanka! 🙂

  3. yay you finally have a blog! 🙂

  4. welcome to blogville jen! so proud of you! 😀

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