Me & Mine + Them = X(?) Describe your perfect date: A perfect date would be simple. Dinner, movie, a few drinks. Enough to relax and enjoy myself. I just want an adult conversation and laughs. I've learned one of the hardest things to do while your children are young is dating. I'm a single … Continue reading Parent and Dating #1
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
Franshaun Harris Age: 25 Year You Graduated High School: 2008 Year you found out you were Pregnant: 2014 Number of Children: 1 The Uh-Oh Moment: December 2014 I found out I was pregnant going in to get my yearly physical and asthma checkup. Now a days, doctors give you all the test in the world. … Continue reading Pregnancy Scare #15; Fearless Mom: FranShaun Harris
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?
"Don't be goin' outside lookin' any ol' way." When I had sense enough to dress myself, this was the constant warning I heard from my Grandmother. I mean, it was said to me every time I walked out of the house. She wouldn't even take the time to see what I had on. I would … Continue reading Fresh to Diapers
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
It's been a while beautiful people. Work has been crazy, and I'm cheating a little because I am prepping this very piece while on the clock. But our 13th story is in the works and a timeless subject has been brought up. DISCIPLINE. In the age of video phones and instant uploads making everything a … Continue reading Spare or Spoil?
What do you tell your children about these holiday staples? Do you let them believe? Do you feel they contribute to their growth? I am interested in your answers.
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.
"Maniacally, the mother brooded over her children (her children)...brooded over them like a cat over its kittens; but a cat that could talk, a cat that could say, 'My baby, my baby,' over and over again. 'My baby, and oh, oh, at my breast, the little hands, the hunger, and that unspeakable agonizing pleasure! Till … Continue reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley