MamaBlogger365 – My New Love…. by Shira Adler, Diva Mama

I’m in love with an amazing male. He shares my passion and taste for Teavana peach Roibos tea, is a vegan, responds with the cutest noises when I scratch him in just the right place and sings beautifully. Whenever I walk by and he’s in a flirtatious mood, he even whistles a catcall. And the best part is my honey doesn’t seem to be jealous. I suppose that’s because I’m talking about our new family member, a stunning 7 month old Double Yellow Headed Amazon parrot named Rio Suave (yes, after the movie AND whose middle name was inspired by this 90s party hit).

Rio joined us as a magical holiday gift and honestly, our family hasn’t been the same since. And if you’ve been following my blogs, that’s really saying something.

Click here to read more and meet Rio!

BIO: By day Shira Adler is a cantor, spiritual vocalist, certified pastlife regressionist, voice-over artist, producer, performer, writer/blogger and mompreneur and by night… well, she is actually the same person at night though she does admit to wearing fuzzy socks when no one can see her and hiding a secret stash of Mallomars somewhere near her writing desk for those late night pick-me-ups. In, around, and between her various work activities, she is raising two beyond-the-spectrum children as a single mom (though lovingly gives a shout out to her best friend, editor and soulmate whom she considers the bees knees). Is it any wonder her website’s tag line is One Voice Many Paths? Seriously, look up the definition of a multi-tasking Mama and you will find her picture there. But when it comes to living a life of connection, faith and consciousness Shira is the gal to call — or if you’re fresh out of Mallomars — she’s always happy to give you one. For more information visit: ShiraAdler.com, read her blog at Diva-Mama.com; Social: Twitter (1DivaMama), Facebook (DivaMama1), Tumblr (not really sure, but the name is cute) and LinkedIn (because doesn’t everyone?).

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