Judith Frizlen - Author - Buffalo NY

Judith Frizlen is a supporter of mothers, creators and those striving to author their own lives.

Judy has taught teachers, parents, elementary school, and her favorite—early childhood. To serve families with young children, she founded a LifeWays Center, the Rose Garden Early Childhood Center in Buffalo, NY, based on the child development model of Rudolf Steiner.

A Woman's Voice: The Judith Frizlen Blog

  • I enjoy reading women’s memoirs. At Christmas, I received a copy of Michelle Obama’s BECOMING. In the preface, she outlines the value of our personal stories, validating the life story of each and every woman. “Even when it’s not pretty or perfect. Even when it’s more real than you want it to be.”

  • I have met many mothers and carers of all kinds, who carry around a lot of guilt. My own experience motivated me to unpack this burden and write a book about it. Now I’m sharing it with others who want to lighten their load.

  • The baby arrived on the Epiphany! We held him when he was moments old. We loved him immediately like we have always loved his mother. He is beautiful, perfect, a heavenly gift. We received him with reverence. With his arrival, we have entered a new kingdom, the kingdom of grandparenting.