Motherhood At Its Finest (and not so finest) 

Mommy thoughts: "Dedicate yourself to the strength of THE TEAM. A team can only be as strong as it's weakest link." Before diving into our break for this month, we'd like to take a moment to thank Christian Nicole Hodge who is a 23 year old stay at home mom! Christian has a toddler and… Continue reading Motherhood At Its Finest (and not so finest) 

Shut That Baby Up?

Mommy thoughts: "It's pathological to restrict the natural human characteristics of a child" (ex. play, having friends, crying, etc.) The Break: We all hate being in small spaces with strangers & a screaming baby is added to that equation, right? ... Wrong! Moments like this actually intrigue me because I love watching and analyzing how… Continue reading Shut That Baby Up?

Give Yourself Credit

Mommy thoughts: "Allowing yourself time to rest & reset as a mother, should never be optional." Before diving into our break for this month, we'd like to take a moment to thank our very first guest blogger Shakiela Hurt, who is the author of the entry "Give Yourself Credit." She is a Detroit based mommy… Continue reading Give Yourself Credit

4am Thoughts: It’s Not Really A Job

Mommy thoughts: "How often we go behind our own black curtain definitely matters. After all, you can't improve the things you aren't measuring." The break: Was laying here trying to force myself to go back to sleep, but couldn't so I decided to write. Most of the thoughts shared on this blog come from a… Continue reading 4am Thoughts: It’s Not Really A Job

It’s Challenging

Mommy thoughts: "Having a child makes it hard to let my emotions unfold naturally. Always worried about what I'm teaching my child when the reality is, allowing my emotions to operate naturally won't do anything, but teach him how to have the best control of his." The Break: My point in sharing my struggles in parenthood… Continue reading It’s Challenging

Pride or Parenting?

There are many things involved with parenting that we don't take the time to think about on a regular basis because it comes so natural. There are also parenting situations that appear to be so normal that most of us don't give much thought or question to the way we were taught. Imagine telling someone… Continue reading Pride or Parenting?

Now We’re Doing Tantrums

I really thought me and Desmond had gotten so lucky that we would be able to say, we couldn't relate to our kid dropping to the ground while kicking his feet and screaming. Especially given that Aiden is able to have and carry full conversations about when he's upset and why. It wasn't until last… Continue reading Now We’re Doing Tantrums