When A Mom Crashes Into the Whitehouse

By: Erin Davis

ID-100137117I can’t stop thinking about Miriam Carey.

You may know her as the woman who crashed her car into the White House a couple of weeks ago. She was killed by D.C. police after leading them on a terrifying chase. Her 18-month-old daughter was strapped in her car seat in the back seat.

Miriam was not a terrorist.

She was a dental hygienist from Connecticut with no known history of violence.

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The moms group that saved my life (and Free Book Friday)

By Erin Davis

A couple of days after we brought Noble home from the hospital, I became nearly overcome by a wave of postpartum depression. One minute I was sitting on the floor, folding tiny clothes and the next minute I felt like a dark cloud of sadness had wrapped itself around me. Continue reading