Mommy thoughts: "Taking our own advice can be one of the hardest things to do because we're the only ones that know every part of ourselves. Despite what you believe you're capable of, just try living out the things you advise others to do!" Before diving into our break for this month, we'd like to… Continue reading Breaking Generational Curses: Teenage Pregnancy
Listening to a speech by Will Smith last week there was a line that stuck out to me. "Everyday we wake up, we are choosing sh*t that is not in our own best interest." It sparked a thought in my head, of all the choices I make for myself on a daily basis. It made… Continue reading Who Are You Choosing?
As I have thought about things to write on, I have tried to process how to share my experience as a mother during such a stressful time. I've now had my first seizure at 25 years old. The frustrations of being in the house with a toddler for five months, is something I haven't been… Continue reading Judge Me Not
The older I get, the more I find myself so frustrated with the structure and dynamics of The Black Family. Before you question my audacity during such a sensitive time, just continue... Imagine having a passion and love so deep for something all the while deeply despising it at the same time. This is the only… Continue reading I’m Upset
Imagine having to deal with everyday stressors of parenting, on top of having a black son in this life we live in. There is something different in me as I began to write this entry. Something I don’t usually feel when I set out to publish. I usually try to go in with a clear… Continue reading Sleepless Nights
If you are anything like me as a parent, I am sure there has been a moment or tons of moments of you "knowing" your children will be different from other children. You "know" this because you will raise them different than other parents. Although, I do believe there are things that you as a… Continue reading So, Terrible Twos Really Are A Thing?
When I decided to bring a child into this world, I had no thoughts of what it would be like to co-parent. In fact, the idea of co-parenting was almost like a foreign thought to his father & I. As we know, things happen & life unfolds in ways that aren’t able to be controlled… Continue reading Co-Parenting; Just do it.
Imagine being a full time mom, a recent college grad, starting your career, moving into a new apartment, maintaining friendships & kinships, and trying to run a social blog for moms who need a break?! How ironic. For lack of better terms the last year has been, eh, scary. Life has felt like it's been… Continue reading 11 Months Later
Hi mommies! Funny how if you choose not to share a part of your lives with social media, people automatically equate it with something being "wrong." Every now and again people around Desmond and I will express their opinions with us about how "weird" it is that we choose to keep Aiden off of social… Continue reading I Know You’re Weird, but What Am I?