How does one woman manage to be a full-time mother, teacher, and writer? Barely, that's how. A high school teacher for over a decade, a mother of two young girls, and a writer since the time she could create sentences, Lynne never has enough hours in the day, but more than enough to love. Two-time Perry County Poet Laureate and PCCA's 2017 Educator of the Year, Lynne knows the highest honor is making it through each day of Millennial Motherhood. Find more about Lynne and her work at www.lynnereeder.com and by following her on Facebook or Instagram and Twitter @thepoemreeder.
Nathan Hackman is a stay-at-home Dad to four boys, one with Cerebral Palsy. He writes about the amazing adventure of parenting with a few extra challenges. In his free time he . . . doesn't have free time.
Carley Lucas is a working mother of one hysterically giggly infant. She, her son and her husband live in Central PA and firmly believe a household of laughter is the best form of medicine for any situation.
Kate Hooven is a Central PA mom to three children, Kyle, Ryan and Emma. Her middle child, Ryan, was diagnosed with PDD-NOS (Pervasive Develpmental Disorder Not Otherwised Specified, an autism spectrum diagnosis) when he was 6; she stresses that anything she shares online, she does with Ryan's permission. You can follow Kate here on her Keeping It Real blog; you can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and at her website, The AWEnesty of Autism.
Jamar Thrasher is a Pennsylvania-based writer who often writes about youth issues and is the owner of Kennedy Blue Communications, a PR firm which focuses on youth organizations and youth initiatives. His work has appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, PennLive and the New Pittsburgh Courier. He lives with his young daughter Kennedy.
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