rabbi rebecca einstein schorr

Moms of special needs kids come in all shapes, sizes and types. What kind of (super) mom are you?

rebecca and her husbandRabbi Rebecca Einstein Schorr blogs at This Messy Life.

This former career-driven mother of three became a reluctant stay-at-home-mom when her autistic son and his two adorable sidekicks needed more from her. Formerly known for her popular blog, Frume Sarah’s World, Rebecca Einstein Schorr has embraced the challenge of stepping off the rabbinic pulpit and into the kitchen – some say for the very first time. The transformation from a religious community leader to what her kids call a “house-mother” has been nothing short of life-altering.

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