It’s time for a girls movie night! Single Moms Club

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Motherhood isn’t easy. Anyone who says it is is lying through their teeth. I’m fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing community of mothers, both on and offline. They are supportive of one another and some of the most authentic people I know. I think that sometimes motherhood creates otherwise unlikely bonds and friendships between women when they may have otherwise not occured.

Single Moms Club

Lytia (Cocoa Brown, left) and Hillary (Amy Smart, right) in Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club (Used with Permission)

Being a mom is hard enough as it is, but my hat really goes off to my single mom friends. These ladies rock – they are fearless and take motherhood by it’s horns.

“You don’t have to be good at starting over, you just have to be good at letting go.” ~The Single Moms Club

There’s this great new film coming out on March 14, The Single Moms Club, that I think as mothers, single or not, we can all relate to.

The Single Moms Club directed by and starring Tyler Perry as well as Amy Smart, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Cocoa Brown, Zulay Henao and Nia Long, is sure to leave you laughing well after the movie ends.

I think I am going to be dragging taking some of my best (single) girlfriends out to see this movie.  These moms deserve a night out and what a better way to do it than to go see a great Tyler Perry film. Now if only the local theater served wine, right? It’s going to be a great film, even if I’m not a single mom!


Interested in learning more about The Single Moms Club? Visit The Single Moms Club website or The Single Moms Club Facebook page.

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What advice about motherhood do you have?

About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cat and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.


  1. I’m a brand new single mom! Currently in the middle of a divorce, but a mom of two teens, this is a movie I would love to go see!

  2. The best advice I could give to a mom facing a challenge is to hand it over to whomever or whatever is your higher being. Try not to stress about it too much because that won’t solve anything. Oh, and always go with mother’s intuition!

  3. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Sure your kids are wearing their clothes backwards, the house looks like a mess, and you haven’t showered in days! But as long as you’re enjoying time with the kids it doesn’t matter.

  4. Be the best mom that you can be and don’t compare yourself to others.. Just because you don’t handmade your kids everything or take them on fun outings every week does not make you any less of an amazing mother! 🙂

  5. Go with your gut. You can read all the parenting books out there but ultimately, you know what’s best for your child.

  6. No matter what the situation my advice mantra is …BREATHE…THIS TOO SHALL PASS. May not seem like a lot but it helps.

  7. The best advice I could give would be to not keep your feelings and emotions bottled up inside you. Have someone who you can share your problems with. Keeping your feelings and thoughts inside (specially when they’re negative ones) will make you depressed and later on would be too late.

  8. meredith says:

    my advice is to find friends to help you deal with your challenges

  9. Kelly Grant says:

    It’ll get better, just keep hanging on

  10. I’m really excited about this movie! Advice I would give is to reach out for help when you need it. Raising kids takes a village!

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