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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The Business of Motherhood.

As the year comes to a close, I’m so excited to feature the amazing Brittani Clark as our last #GuestBlogHer for 2017. This phenomenal full time stay-at-home mom, wife and fellow blogger is one of the strongest women I know. Not only does she homeschool all five of her children, but her family has lived in […]

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The Christmas Hangover.

When you have kids, especially younger ones; the first few days after Christmas are a lot like recovering from a hangover. You’re tired as hell, there’s shit everywhere, and more than likely, your ears are still ringing from all the new noise making devices that Santa has gifted.

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I Ain’t Sorry.

I don’t feel guilty for what I’m passionate about. Nor am I apologizing for what I don’t give a fuck about. It’s not my job to make other people comfortable and it’s also not my fault if they’re not.

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