Did you catch the premiere last night of Odd Mom Out on BravoTV? We had a small premiere party to celebrate, and by small, I mean just myself and a few close friends. But we had a great time and really enjoyed the show. Each of us, in our own way, has felt like the Odd Mom Out at some point or another. I’ve been a teenage mom, an autism/special needs mom, an almost step-mom, a blogging mom… I could go on. When I was younger, this was definitely more of a challenge but as I’ve gotten older, it’s something I’ve come to embrace. I don’t want to be dime-a-dozen, I want to be unique and I want to be.
So maybe it’s not such a bad thing being the Odd Mom Out, after all.
I find Jill so easy to relate to, don’t you? Granted, maybe we aren’t living on the Upper East Side (though in my dreams I’ve had delusions of such grandeur) and maybe we’ll never be in that particular set of society… but I’d want to think that I’d handle myself much like her.
One of the keys to handling being an Odd Mom Out? A great support system! Kyle has been my rock for the past two years and I really do feel like I’m with my soul mate. My life feels complete in terms of my relationship and I have never felt more content than since I’ve been with him. We get each other and we support each other.
Another key to my support system is having a close group of friends. Some I’ve known since high school and others I met through a previous place of employment. Having friends that understand, or at the very least who will listen, means a lot to me.
That aside, we really did enjoy the premiere and we also enjoyed having a little premiere party with my friends. Granted, I didn’t do too much drinking because I’m still nursing Squeaker, but my friends definitely enjoyed having a Momosa. And if that’s not quite your thing, try a Momito.
I used to love having a Mimosa with brunch, and from what I understand- the Momosa and Momito we served at the party went over very well!
We definitely enjoyed watching Odd Mom Out and we’re looking forward to seeing the next episode!
Have you ever felt like the Odd Mom Out? How did you handle that experience?