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Hello Mamas,

We hope that everything is going well with all of you out there in Internet Land and that your families are thriving under your watchful, caring eyes. You are our heroes and we thank you for all the love and care you are giving to the current batch of children coming up in the world.

It’s been almost three years since we started this website and we figured it was time to check in with you and find out how we’re doing. As a couple of moms who have “been there and done that,” our #1 goal has always been to provide you with good, useful parenting advice from our combined professional arsenal of knowledge, tips and strategies. We are here to serve and want you to be happy with what you find whenever you do us the honor of stopping by.

So in that spirit, we are asking you to take a moment to let us know a) what you like about MamasOnCall and maybe want more of, b) what you could probably do without, and c) what we should add. In other words if you had a magic wand, how would you change this website to be more of what you’re looking for? If you want more on teenagers, for example, let us know. If you’re searching in vain for strategies to help you raise your kids as a single parent, we want to know. Or, if help in transitioning into the role of parent is what you crave, please speak up.

This is your chance to help us tweak our site and we hope that you’ll take us up on the offer.  Oh, and by the way, we are always delighted to get specific questions about your own family, too, so keep them coming. You need never worry that your identity will be revealed or that we will think your question is silly or stupid. We will not! Promise. No one but us sees your questions and we absolutely value and respect your privacy. And you’d be surprised by how many other parents are grappling with the same mystifying concerns that you are, right at this moment. By being the one to ask, you do them, as well as yourself, a favor.

So please check in and let us know. We really do want to hear from you whether you are a new reader or one of our old-timers. We love you all! You can write to us at Ask the Mamas or through our Contact page.

Thanks and come back again soon!

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Ellen W. Schrier, LCSW, is a family therapist and the mother of three adolescent/young adult kids.

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