by Erika Tellier-Angley
When asked to write about motherhood, a million and one thoughts came to mind. Do I write about the circus act of being a working mom? Do I write about being a working mother of a child on the autism spectrum? Or do I write about the anxieties and exhaustion that seem to accompany motherhood?
In exploring and settling on a topic, I came across a quote on motherhood by Lisa Alther that succinctly describes my experience:
“Any mother could perform the jobs of several air traffic controllers with ease.”
Fast forward to June 2009. I had just gotten off the phone with my brother who announced that they were happily expecting their second child. “They’re out of their mind! Brody just turned one in March… don’t they want to sleep?!?!” I thought.
The next day though, which was Father’s Day, I found…
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