Articles & Essays

Published Works:

The HerStories Project: Women Explore the Joy, Pain, and Power of Female Friendship

You can also find me writing on:

BlogHer 2014 VOTY Award Announcement:

Grieving For the Other Owen

Scary Mommy: Jamie Krug

My Middle-Aged Middle

The Ever-Changing Routine

Great Expectations

Parenting To the Lowest Common Denominator

What I Learned From My Mother About Parenting

Our Place

I Thought We Had More Time

BabyCenter: Jamie Krug

The 10 Things This Happy Photo Of My Kids Makes Me Feel (In Order of Appearance)

How I Showed My Daughter That Mommies Can Do “Daddy Things”

I Wasn’t Always Thankful For All I Had

Born Too Early: No One Handed Me My Son The Day He Was Born

The One Thing That Makes Parenting So Easy

The Life Lesson That Had My Daughter In Tears

Why Halloween Candy Makes Me A Monster

Tales of A Kindergarten Know-It-All

A Dozen Adorable Sibling Halloween Costumes

Why A Video of My Son Made So Many People Cry

Why I Didn’t Enjoy Being A Stay-At-Home-Mom

Why Your Child Will Never Be Invited To Our House To Play

Why My Daughter’s Gummy Smile Made Me Cry

Seeing My Daughter For the First Time

The Freedom and the Guilt of A Working Mom’s Business Trip

Are We Too Hard On Ourselves As Mothers?

When You’re Afraid That Every Night Is the Last

Should I be responsible for entertaining my own kids?

I’m afraid to be alone with my own children

This is wonderful news/this is horrible news

The Huffington Post: Jamie Krug

I’ve Been Holding My Daughter Back For My Son’s Sake. Not Anymore. (Featured on Front Page)

When the Image I See In the Mirror Isn’t Just My Own

When You Think He’s Forgotten You (Featured Headline)

I Thought We Had More Time (Featured headline)

What I Learned From My Mother About Parenting

Making Sure Internet Explorer Doesn’t Replace Actual Exploring (Syndicated from Dot Complicated)

The Paper Cuts that Don’t Heal

Are Parents Really Threatening Their Children’s Futures By Posting Bath Time Photos? (Syndicated from Dot Complicated)

What You SHOULD Say To A Special Needs Parent

How My Son Changed My Sense of Time

What I Saw When I Finally Looked Up From My Phone (Syndicated from Dot Complicated)

What Can Be Mended, And What Cannot

Is Tech Killing Our Favorite Children’s Book Characters? (syndicated from Dot Complicated)

The Deep End

Screw You, Autism

No Skirts Or Dresses Or Leggings Or Tights

If We Can’t Have “Face Time”, At Least We Have FaceTime (syndicated from Dot Complicated)

I Don’t Know My Son (Featured headline)

The Difference Between Difficult and Hard

My Big Girl and Her (Like A) Baby Brother (Featured headline and also featured as a headline on AOL)

Grieving for the Other Owen: Imagining the Boy I Never Had (Featured headline and also featured as a headline on AOL)

What If It’s Getting Better?

On Loneliness…

Do They Have A Hallmark Card For That?

I Don’t Sing In The Shower Anymore

Dot Complicated:

Making Sure Internet Explorer Doesn’t Replace Actual Exploring

Are Parents Really Threatening Their Children’s Futures By Posting Bath Time Photos?

What I Saw When I Finally Looked Up From My Phone

Is Tech Killing Our Favorite Children’s Book Characters?

If We Can’t Have “Face Time”, At Least We Have FaceTime

Mama Mia Australia:

I Thought We Had More Time

The 4 Things You Should Say To the Parent of A Child With Special Needs

What I Saw When I Finally Looked Up From My Phone

iVillage Australia:

Grieving for the Other Owen: Imagining the Boy I Never Had

Essential Kids Australia:

Is Posting Bath Time Pictures Ruining Your Child’s Future?

The HerStories Project:

World’s Best Mom?

Time To Play Magazine:

Adapting Play for Children with Special Needs

Bonbon Break:

Screw You, Autism

28 Days of Play Project:

“Mommy, Will You Play With Me?”

POPSUGAR Moms:

What You Should Say To A Special Needs Parent

The Stir at CafeMom

10 Inspirational Life Tips From Moms of Kids With Special Needs

The Thing You’re Not Supposed To Say When Your Child Has Special Needs

Little Swappies

Blogger Profile of Jamie Krug

Kinder by the Child Project

Help Other People (or hLP UDR PUDPAL)

Everyday Family

Mom’s Summer Bucket List

The Mighty

I Have Always Loved My Son, But I Have Not Always Known Him

I Thought We Had More Time

Ivy League Insecurities

Looking At Myself(ie)