Confessions of A Single Mama.

Recently, I got a chance to collaborate with fellow blogger mama Shannon Doss; creator of MyMommyHood. We decided to produce point and counterpoint blog entries detailing our married vs. single motherhood experiences thus far. Shannon has been married for two years and is the mama of a seven-month-old son and expecting her second! I am […]

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Confessions of A Married Mama.

Recently, I got a chance to collaborate with fellow blogger mama Shannon Doss; creator of MyMommyHood. We decided to produce point and counterpoint blog entries detailing our married vs. single motherhood experiences thus far. Shannon has been married for two years and is the mama of a seven-month-old son and expecting her second! I am […]

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This is For My Girlfriends.

Six years ago, I learned a really important lesson: best friends can break your heart too. Back then, I thought I knew everything that there was to know about love. I always had a steady boyfriend and pretty much considered myself to be a relationship expert. I even knew how to deal with breakups; and […]

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The Most I Can Be is Okay.

I’m a huge advocate of self-care. I preach it, I practice it, I believe in it. But that isn’t what this blog post is about. Because frankly, some days just suck. And all the positive quotes, self-affirmations, bath bombs and episodes of Insecure in the world won’t fix it. Some days, all I can do […]

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Faith in the End Game.

I was once told that faith without forgiveness is meaningless. The two go hand in hand but in some cases; possessing the strength to exercise both is easier said than done. Today I want to introduce my readers to Ms. Shantel Brunner. Sadly, her motherhood journey began with a sexual assault. However; the love that she has for her son and the faith that she has in God allowed for her to heal, forgive and let go. To say that I admire her bravery would be an understatement. Here is her story… #MomsLikeHer

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Being the Real Mary Jane.

One of the main reasons I created this blog was because I wanted to provide a platform for mothers from all different walks of life, to share their journeys. Today I am honored to feature Ms. Tamira Dunn, a woman who has conquered so much, by choosing to take the road less traveled. One of the ways that she and I connected was through us both having experienced infant loss, before being blessed with our rainbow babies. I admire Tamira for being so transparent and I hope that her story inspires you to live your best life and do whatever makes you happy, despite what others may think. #MomsLikeHer

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18 Facts for Bubba.

Today my baby boy turned 18 months. He’s officially a year and a half. On this day last year, I threw him a half birthday celebration, and six months later his dad and I gave him an over the top first birthday party. Some may wonder why I put so much emphasis on milestones. A […]

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