And I know this disclaimer won't be enough for some of the Beyhive, but I need you to know, her IMAGE, her immediate look was simply the catalyst for this. NOT her personality, NOT her personal morals and values, NOT her assumed motherhood and/or womanhood. I saw, I thought, I wrote. So let us … Continue reading This Is NOT An Attack On Momma Bey
Everybody is going to sit and tell you, "It's okay. Baby you'll get through this. It's alright" But you do not know that pain. It's like my son is dead to me. You have to lose a child in order to know the pain I experienced. I couldn't even sit on the train and hear a … Continue reading Her Responsibilty; MY Son.
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?
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
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
[I] was just talking about this earlier how voice modulation, presentation of task, and a parent's consistency in following through in what they say is key . Usually it's the dad's voice that kids get up and run to. But women usually are the more babying, nurturing ones and the ones who simply do not … Continue reading Her Dad Voice
"I became a mom in January 2008 but it happened a couple of days after Sydney was born. After all the visitors stopped coming to help and there we're no more nurses...our first night alone together."
I am a mom because nothing gives me more pleasure than watching them sleep so peaceful with not a care in the world. I am a mom because I talk about them the majority of the day, and not even on purpose, but because they are such a big part of my life and I … Continue reading Mother vs. Mom 2
Name: Daneka McRae Age: 29 Graduated high school: 2002 P.S.: August 2003 Number of children: 2 The Uh-Oh Moment: I found out I was pregnant in my freshman … Continue reading Pregnancy Scare #1; Fearless Mom: Daneka
"When we found out we were having our first son he was extremely happy...With our second son, it was the complete opposite...."