Jenn Miele Leslie
Sarcastic Mama
Jenn Miele Leslie

Jenn Miele Leslie lives in Woodbridge, CT with her husband, three kids ages 8, 9 and 14 and two bulldogs who likes to fart and snore. Originally from Long Island, N.Y. (yes, that IS how you say it – if you’re from there you just understand) she misses being able to find a decent bagel or breakfast sandwich. Once an Art Therapist specializing in working with adults with various developmental disabilities, Jenn now spends her time shuttling her minions to: school; playdates; dance classes and competitions; occupational therapy; coding classes; and what feels like a million additional places, on a daily basis. In her occasional down time, Jenn enjoys photography, painting and an iTunes playlist that boasts way too many 90’s alternative songs.

My Writings…
7 Things the Parenting Books Neglected to Tell Me: It Would Have Been 10 ….. but I Have Kids and They Wouldn’t Allow Me to Finish September 2, 2020 1. A stapler works in a super awesome fashion to “hem” one side of your shorts when you have no…
The Owls – Part 2; Grandma, Spirits ….. and The Old Willow Tree August 6, 2020 In Part 1 of my story (which appeared last month), I explained how I had felt that my deceased Grandfatheroften…
“Owls – Part 1: Old Friends and Signs From the Universe.” July 9, 2020 Eleven years ago….. almost to the day, I stood at the back door of my tiny split-level home in New…
My Errand Day June 11, 2020 I recently had a day that was filled with running errands at various places across my town and in two…
For My Daughters May 4, 2020 I was recently telling my husband a story about the time in the fourth grade when one of the more…
Words Not Needed April 7, 2020 *I would like to note that I am following the lead of adults diagnosed with autism who prefer the term…
“Ummm, Whatever” March 6, 2020 I walked down the cereal aisle of the grocery store and something about the way it smelled suddenly brought me…
Sarcastic Mommy December 26, 2019 “Gotta be perfect, huh? Must be nice to have the time to always be so perfectly put together.” This statement…