Posts tagged Lawyer Moms
Legally Momming: A Working Mom's Tribe

Nothing is more important than a mom’s tribe. You need people who understand your shared experiences. I have a great tribe of friends and family - both mom and not. Almost all are people I was friends with pre-kids or met in situations sans kids. As a working mom, especially, it feels hard to make new mom-friends when you only have so many mom hours available each week. I’ve chatted up other moms while sitting at soccer or the playground, but it feels so fleeting and transient. It’s hard to make plans to get together without sounding like a weirdo, and most of the time I’m trying to keep an eye on my darting pre-schooler, feed my hangry baby, or respond to a few emails.

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Working Mama Spotlight on Tonisha Jarrett

Where are you from:  I was born in Hawaii and moved to Indiana when I was five years old.  I have lived in Indiana since.

Where do you live now:  Center Grove

Education:  I completed my undergraduate degree at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.  After taking a few years off, I began and graduated law school from Robert H. McKinney School of Law downtown Indianapolis.

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