Co-Parenting.

Mommy thoughts: "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure" - Marianne Williamson Before diving into our break for this month, we'd like to take a moment to thank guest blogger Shakiela Hurt, who is returning for a 2nd time. The author of the… Continue reading Co-Parenting.

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) 

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

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?

I’m Upset

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

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How can you teach your child(ren) who they are, if you have no clue who you are? A question I struggled with answering since separation from my child's father. As shared before, being alone is something I never had to experience. From teen-adulthood I formed an identity around my relationship further losing sight of a… Continue reading 24

Sleepless Nights

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