Jessica is a writer, comedian and single mom of two, living in Los Angeles. Parenting is an every day challenge. Jessica chooses to laugh, cry, vent, love hard, love loudly, be silly and look for the funny in what is most likely NOT funny (i.e. booger walls, morning school drop off, yoga pants for errands, ‘that’ room mom…). She feels the F-bomb is highly underused, wants to personally bring back the word ‘rad’, is addicted to sour patch kids and lately it’s become clear; she doesn’t drink enough.
When I first got married, I thought that I was supposed to abide by some pre-set all encompassing marriage rules. There were all these bits and pieces of advice that were thrown at me the year of ... Read more
Dating a single woman can be daunting. Dating a single mom, can be downright terrifying. But, albeit all your other intentions, you’ve met one and you like her. Really like her. So, let’s assume ... Read more
Here’s the scene. 7:32 a.m., we have finally made it into the car and are making our way to school. We wake up, every morning with plenty of time to get there before the bell, but as usual, we ... Read more
It’s here. It’s happening. That cute little plastic pumpkin and glow in the dark goblin bag have been played with and toted around your home for weeks and now, it’s time. The time when all kids ... Read more
My five year-old little girl does NOT want my help to dress herself anymore. I mean like, none. Any suggestions I tactfully make to her, trying to steer her in any coordinated combo decision are ... Read more
Never in a million, trillion, gazillion years would I have ever, EVER thought that one of the biggest decisions of my life would be when and if I should let my son use the men’s room. Without me. ... Read more