On The First Day Of Christmas My Vampire Gave To Me…

On The First Day Of Christmas My Vampire Gave To Me…

It is now time for the annual Vampire Holiday Sing-A-Long!   On the first day of Christmas my Vampire gave to me A Raven in a Dead Tree __ On the second day of Christmas my Vampire gave to me Two Vials of Blood And A Raven in a Dead Tree __ On the third … Continue reading

Ask Juliette: Unexpected and Exceptionally Fun Play List, and What’s Coming in December

Ask Juliette: Unexpected and Exceptionally Fun Play List, and What’s Coming in December

Ask Juliette (Ask a Vampire, Advice for Everyone) is a regular feature on Vampiremaman.com If you have a burning question about parenting, Vampires, relationships, or just about anything just ask and I’ll answer. Leave a question here or email me at juliettevampire @ gmail.com My boyfriend likes new and unusual music. Do you have a fun playlist … Continue reading

Red Dress, White Trim, A Dancing Ghost and the Quiet Musings of a Vampire Mom

Red Dress, White Trim, A Dancing Ghost and the Quiet Musings of a Vampire Mom

She was a shining light in the forest, not a ghost who haunts but a ghost who dances to her own music. I watched from my window as Mary danced in the woods. She wore not clothing of the 15th century when she lived, but a red mini dress with white fur trim on the … Continue reading

What we talked about on the way to school this morning

What we talked about on the way to school this morning

The ride to school with my teenager always brings up school, current events, and everything else. “We’re starting existentialism today. I don’t know what we’ll be reading. But the teacher already called out kids before they made complaints that it was against their religion.” Some devoutly religious kids and their parents have complained in the past about … Continue reading

Short Story Sunday: Sunday School (an exceptionally short story)

Short Story Sunday: Sunday School (an exceptionally short story)

Sunday School (an exceptionally short story) Sunday morning. I was downstairs fixing coffee, listening to NPR and savoring the quiet time before the rest of the family got up. Yes, quiet time. That is a rare commodity for a parent. I’m wiping down the kitchen counter and thinking about the game schedule for today when … Continue reading

A Particularly Ill-Tempered Ghost

A Particularly Ill-Tempered Ghost

“I remember my last Thanksgiving. I was dead a week later.” I looked up from my work at Nigel the Ghost. He’d materialized in the chair across from me in the breakfast nook. Today his black hair was in kind of a side bang across his blue eyes making him look like he was getting ready … Continue reading