I'm Catherine. I'm a mother, writer, blogger and ninja, but don't tell anybody about the ninja part.
From my semi-official social media bio: "Catherine is a mother, writer and recovering academic who traded the lecture hall for the playroom and discovered that university students and preschoolers have much the same attention span. She’s the author of HerBadMother.com, the co-founder and editor of the Bad Moms Club, the moderator of Her Bad Mother’s Basement, a contributing editor at BlogHer, and a freelance writer who writes, sometimes, about surviving motherhood, sometimes about surviving womanhood, sometimes about trying to make the world a better place, and more often than not about her belief that bad is, really, the new good. Her Bad Mother has been mentioned in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, the American Prospect, the London Times, and sundry other publications, as well as on CNN, ABC, CBC and the BBC online. In 2009, Babble.com named Her Bad Mother one of the top ten mommy blogs of 2009 in its list of the year’s Top 50 Mommybloggers, ranking it among the Best Written, Most Confessional, Most Controversial, Most Popular and Funniest mom blogs on the Internet. Then they did it again in 2010. She thinks they might know something she doesn’t."
Note that it says nothing about me being a ninja. That's because it's a secret.