Pregnancy Scare #17; Fearless Mom: Miranda Thomas

Age: 28 Year you graduated high school: 2009 Year you found out you were pregnant: 2017 Number of children: 1 The Uh Oh Moment: January 2017; I was 25, by myself, cleaning my bathroom. I noticed I was pregnant because I missed my menstrual and I am pretty regular. At that time, I did not … Continue reading Pregnancy Scare #17; Fearless Mom: Miranda Thomas

Parent and Dating #2; No Flowers, No Fluff

Describe your perfect date before kids The way I was raised, I never thought about a perfect date. My mom was anti-mating and I had an oversexed older sister and that turned me off for years. In high school, I had a few crushes. A lot of my ideas of dating and men came from … Continue reading Parent and Dating #2; No Flowers, No Fluff

Pregnancy Scare #13; Fearless Mom: Shamirah

Shamirah Age: 28 Year you graduated high school: 2005 Year you found out you were pregnant: 2009 and 2012 Number of children: 2 The Uh Oh Moment: I was working overnight maintenance at Walmart when I found out I was pregnant; I took a pregnancy test right off the shelf (shh, don’t tell anyone, lol), went in … Continue reading Pregnancy Scare #13; Fearless Mom: Shamirah

Pregnancy Scare #12; Fearless Mom: Melissa Canselo

Name: Melissa Canselo (Mellocan) Age: 25 Year you graduated high school: 2009 Year you found out you were pregnant: 2010 Number of children: 1 The Uh Oh Moment: I will never forget this day! It was a spring morning, May 20 something. My son's father & I had a strong suspicion I was pregnant, but … Continue reading Pregnancy Scare #12; Fearless Mom: Melissa Canselo

Pregnancy Scare #10; Fearless Mom: Kimberly Fobbs

Name: Kimberly Fobbs Age: 28 Year you graduated high school: 2004 Year you found out you were pregnant: 2008 Number of children: 2 The Uh Oh Moment: I found out I was pregnant during my third semester at Fulton Montgomery Community College. I remember specifically my roommate told me in March 2008 that she had … Continue reading Pregnancy Scare #10; Fearless Mom: Kimberly Fobbs

In your honest opinion, does a single mom have the RIGHT to bad mouth their child’s father in front of the child?

Honestly no. You have your opinion about the person you chose to be a father. The child is innocent. When the child comes of age to where they are asking about the father, that is your chance to explain the situation to them. I think about the sequence of the situation; from the being of … Continue reading In your honest opinion, does a single mom have the RIGHT to bad mouth their child’s father in front of the child?