From Julia Olatunji, PSFM 5 My biggest fear is Trinity growing up in general. She will bump into major obstacles. First thing is the opposite sex. I don't want her to fill a space in her heart that her father left there in the opposite sex. I want her to be fully confident in the … Continue reading What is your biggest fear for your child?
PEEP WHAT HE SAYS IN HIS INTERVIEW! SHOUT OUT TO HIS PARENTS/GUARDIANS. TAKE YOUR TIME AND RAISE THEM RIGHT. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jX4suiTOCuk Disclamer: Ignore the "racism" tag in the title of the video. This is far from racist.
I was announced as a boy, I was born a son. In those first moments of life, every new breath I took confirmed my role as a baby brother, a grandson, a nephew, and a cousin. Two years later I became a big brother. I would repeat that role three more times. They began to … Continue reading Nouns: The Man Behind The Moms
This man of color, this DAD, is talking to me about his teenage son and what he needs. He goes, "WE'RE not doing too well in math. WE'RE at a 60 right now. WE actually went down a little bit." I had to stop him and have the son recognize what his father was doing. … Continue reading DAD
I am not a parent. I came close to being one twice. My first close call was around 16 years old. The young lady I was involved with lived ways away from me and we weren't in a relationship. I was at her house one evening (when mom was away; you know how it was … Continue reading I Know Better…