Stacey Hatton writes the humor column, by the same name, which appears in The Kansas City Star newspaper twice monthly. She can also be found in over 50 websites.
She is a co-author of the New York Times Best Selling humor anthology, “I Just Want to Pee Alone” (Throat_Punch Books, 2013). She also contributed to the #1 best selling parenting humor book, “I Just Want to Be Alone,” which was released in 2014. Other Hatton essays can be found in the anthologies, “Not Your Mother’s Book…on Parenting,” (Publishing Syndicate, 2014) “Not Your Mother’s Book…on Cats,” (Publishing Syndicate, 2015) and “My Funny Major Medical” (My Funny Books, 2012)
In addition to her column, she writes the blog, LAUGHING WITH KIDS (formerly Nurse Mommy Laughs), where she shares her musings on parenting, children, and motherhood.
Stacey appeared monthly on the NBC morning talk show, Kansas City Live! on KSHB-TV. She was part of a mommy panel, sharing how she survives raising children by adding a sense of humor and laughter.
She has spoken at schools, mom’s groups, women’s groups, and several health associations regarding parenting and how laughter heals the soul.
In 2012, Stacey was voted the Circle-of-Mom’s Best of Mom Authors award. She also received the Talent Competition grand prize at the National Society of Newspaper Columnists in 2014. Licensed Nurse voted her blog, Nurse Mommy Laughs, as one of the “Top 25 Nurse Blogs.”
Before Stacey became a humorist, she worked as a pediatric registered nurse and prior to that a professional musical theater actress. With her wide-ranging work track record, she’s attempting to get the most out of her time on earth.
Stacey is married to an Electrical Engineer, so not only does she not have to change light bulbs, but also she can have electrical outlets installed anytime and any place. They live in Kansas City with their two daughters, who are 14-months apart and a constant source of entertainment.
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