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About Lady Goo Goo Gaga

LADY GOO GOO GAGA is a stay-at-home mother to two boys, born 18 months apart in the suburbs of CT.  She used to spend her days smoking cigarettes in NY thinking about which shoe she was going to buy next.  Now she wears flip-flops year round from the Old Navy.

She has survived the past 7 years with her sanity somewhat in tact with the help of :

A – Very good undereye concealer

B – Her DVR

C – A couple of good friends who don’t live in her crazy town who can tell her that; “No – it’s not normal that everyone in your playgroup threw out their hutches, crystal and china and turned their dining room into a playroom.”

D – Wine

She also has a great husband who supports her 100 percent even though the girl he married weighed approximately 27 lbs less than she does today, didn’t wear ill-fitting clothes and waxed her moustache in a timely fashion.

She was in a sleep-deprived state of shock for the first 4 years of motherhood. Now that both of her children are in school where they belong- (with qualified professionals)  she has short snippets of time now when she can think clearly and form full sentences, and uses that time to blog her stories!  Enjoy 😉

50 responses »

  1. Love it! I have tears in my eyes! Hysterical! cant wait to be a mommy!

  2. Flipp’n Hilarious…I don’t feel alone after reading your blog! I too fill that the day’s accomplishment is emptying the dishwasher…that, and if no one pee’d on my bed…

    keep on writing…can’t wait to read more!

  3. jmwalters718

    Hey! This is Jennifer from the Double Duty Twins blog ( Thanks so much for leaving your comment. I’m glad you enjoyed my blog! Your blog is wonderful too, and I will enjoy reading it from now on! Hope to see some more comments from you!

  4. Love this site! Today I’m feeling not alone!! I’m also a mom of two little boys (and a sweet princess)…Looking forward to the fog lifting in the hopefully near future!! 🙂

  5. Lady G3, You my Dear are quite clever and I’ll be stopping by frequently… you must share with us the brand of your wonderful eye concealer! Cups Up! xoxo

  6. I can’t believe auntie Eileen just told me about this! The bowling school blog sent me over the edge! Then again… it hits close to home. BTW- knew you were funny, didn’t know you could write so well… said the English teacher/ new Mommy 🙂

  7. Just visiting you for the first time. Hope you don’t mind me going through your stuff. You seem like the kind of chick I’d like to hang out with while enjoying a couple of glasses of wine and some gossip. Let’s talk shoes and handbags, shall we?

  8. Mine started high school last week. Treasure the moments in elementary school, because it’s pretty much all downhill from there.

  9. Hi!

    My name is Ellyn Puleio. I work for the LEGO KidsFest which is coming Hartford at the Connecticut Convention Center December 2-4th. This is a great family fun event which typically draws 25,000 over the course of our 3 day event. There will be numerous fun activities and exhibitors for the whole family to enjoy. Check out our website to get a better understanding of the event

    Please let me know if you’d be interested in getting involved with this event.



  10. Where were you when WE were living in West Hartford?? We were so bored we decided to take our newborn son and move BACK to New York City to smoke cigarettes and buy shoes. I can tell you we’d probably still be there if we had someone like you to hang out with. Love your blog!!

  11. Hello,
    I came across your website and found your articles on your family wonderful. I just had a couple of questions, so if you could e-mail me back that would be great!

  12. I’m officially addicted to your blog . . . can’t stop laughing at your posts. I’m a fellow West Hartford blogger ( Adding a link to your site on our blog today!

  13. Hello,
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    We are pleased to inform you that we have nominated Lady Goo Goo Gaga for inclusion on our list!

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  14. sarah cunnigham

    Omg..I love this..can not wait to read more!! The beach hermit crab was the most perfect description of the total beach melt down!

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  16. There is a growing trend in blogging moms. It’s amazing!

  17. Hi! I’m your newest Twitter follower @scggirl. Love the blog! can’t wait for more

  18. Hi Lady GooGoo, if you are interested in doing sponsored posts we have a campaign for you. Email us if you’d like the details!

  19. Just found your blog and I’m in love. .. Where are the rest of the freakin moms that tell it like it is? I’m so done talking to the ones that are blissed out with perfect everything. Please keep doing what you’re doing.

  20. Hey lady! Here is some free music and games to keep your kids occupied 🙂 Get some rest, ok?

  21. Thought you would be interested in our T-Shirt Quilt Blankets from Project Repat.

  22. Totally Love your Blog! lol 🙂

  23. I’m here because I absolutely love the name Lady Goo Goo Ga Ga! Too clever! And you’re funny too!

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  25. Hi Lady Goo Goo,

    I can’t find how to contact you by email so i thought i’d write a message here. Hope thats ok.

    I noticed through your posts that you love Santa. Well, i work for Mr. Claus and we’ve just launched his app for live video calls with him. We were hoping that you would feature us on your blog. We would be happy to give you a coupon code for a free call if you would like to try the product and a discount code for your readers. Just email me back and i can arrange it for you.

    Here are links to our resources:




    All the elves and I look forward to hearing back from you.

    Mark the Elf

  26. Hello!

    Thanks to your Twitter feed, I discovered your splendid site. Pretty amazing!

    I would like to share with you my latest book for children. It’s called, Longfellow And The Deep Hidden Woods. It was published this past September. I would love to send you a review copy as a PDF file.

    The Longfellow books deals with the issues of death and bereavement. Children often have difficulty processing the death of a family member or a beloved pet. All too often children are excluded from any meaningful discussion about this important life transition. This oversight leaves kids guessing about the sudden disappearance of the loved one or pet and no way to process their grief. It can also have a devastating effect on a child’s development. So much of the confusion, bewilderment, and unresolved grief from childhood is often carried into adulthood.

    I think there’s a better way.

    A good place to begin is with the stories we read with and to our children. Stories become the basis of a child’s understanding of the world. They contribute to their language development as well as their critical thinking, and coping skills. Death and grief are particularly thorny subjects to communicate to children, not because children are incapable of grasping the message, but because we, the adult storytellers, are often unprepared for, or even uncomfortable with, the topics ourselves.

    Let’s face it; there are precious few children’s books available that tackle these important topics.

    You and your blog are on the front line of helping shape opinion and opening discussion on timely issues that impact families and child rearing. I hope you will accept my offer to send you a review copy. I assure you, you won’t be disappointed. Longfellow is getting rave reviews from everyone who reads it, children and adults alike. And perhaps there might be an opportunity to collaborate on a giveaway at some point.

    I hope to hear back from you. Till then, thank you for all your hard work on behalf of families everywhere.

    Richard Wagner, M.Div., Ph.D.

    PS: Longfellow And The Deep Hidden Woods is dedicated to my dog, Ginger, who died last May. She was a rescue.

  27. 🙂 You have a great sense of humor.

  28. Hello! I love your sense of humor and your blog is perfect! It’s great how becoming a mother can change how you are as a person. I used to buy buy buy in college, now I am all about trying to save (and stick to it) lol

    My name is Tiffany and I run a website called for young mothers. I share information regarding fashion, parenting, and I also write about my story of surviving a domestic violence and sexually abusive relationship. My goal is to help others and provide helpful resources to young parents.

    I just wanted to let you know that I’ve recommended your website to my readers and I hope that you could take a moment and check out my blog. If you like it, please pass it on. I would like to continue to help others.

    Thank you so much for taking the time out to read this message and have a blessed day!

    Tiffany M.

  29. Hi Lady GooGoo GaGa! First of all I wanted to say I really enjoy reading your blog. I’m new at the blogging universe and this was one of the very first blogs I started following. Not sure if you’ve ever been nominated for the Liebster Award — not even sure if you even qualify — but I nominated you for it! Check it out

  30. Love your blog! Very smart. Very funny. You rock!

  31. Hello Lady GGGG- why is it that a rather intelligent woman like yourself does not work ?

  32. Cute about page

  33. Soo funny!!!

  34. I just saw your blog. Love every “post” of it. I wonder if you live in the same CT town as I do. Because, OMG, what you described seemed exactly like that! ~ Mariella.

  35. I just wanted to say that I found your 7 Moms to Avoid post hilarious. Someone I know did not, and it sparred me to write my own blog post about that…people need to lighten up!

  36. LOL. Ever think of adding an advice column to your blog? I think it would be the perfect blend of humor and wisdom 🙂

  37. Hello,
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