Every year, as the third Sunday in June approaches, it happens: along with the ads for neckties and iPods come the endless conversations on single-mom blogs
and parenting sites about what to do on Father's Day with kids like mine who don't have fathers.
I've been a single parent a long time now. I knowa lot about it. When Jewish organizations need a speaker on single parenting, they often ask me -- and I'll be at the Westside Jewish Community Center this Sunday for the daylong conference, "Creating Family Life as a Single Parent," sponsored by Jewish Family Service's new Jewish Single Parent Network (818-762-8800.)