Molly Wadzeck Kraus is a freelance writer and mother of three. Born and raised in Waco, Texas, she moved to the Finger Lakes region of New York, where she worked in animal rescue and welfare for many years. She writes essays and poems about feminism, mental health, parenting, pop culture, and politics. She is usually late because she stopped to pet a dog. She tweets at @mwadzeckkraus.
When Diet Culture Comes For Your Kid
What happened when my kid came home telling me "Skittles are poison."
What If I’m The Villain In My Child’s Story?
Sometimes I look at the monstrous mothers of fairy tales, and I worry: how do I meet my needs and theirs?
Why I Decided to Talk About My Abortion With My Kids
I've been so open about so much else. I won't hide this when the time comes.