I’m not a perfect mom but im Mason's mama. Most days my son is my alarm clock, slapping me “wake-up” for milk or juice for his sippy cup. Ok, I lied, it’s still a bottle. But, his morning slaps are accurate, so I figured why bother with the alarm clock. Furthermore, while I’m explaining myself to the internet; when I … Continue reading Not a Perfect Mom
Black History Month truly brings forth the pride in me for culture, history, and the knowledge of resilience and one's self. Some use Ancestry.com, DNAenterprises and more to find the root of our history, to give their families “heritage.” However, personally, I feel this is our history, I would never paint our picture without scars … Continue reading This is Mama Margaret Garner…Who You?
This is a proud mama moment for me, as the New Year brings in much joy, celebration it also gives many of us a renewal of commitment to goals and visions. Top of my list this year was to honor my family, being a more prepared mama, especially to my little toddler for these are … Continue reading Latest Feelings: How Glad I Am…
Hey Mama is a welcoming environment for all mothers. No mama should feel alone as a new parent. I became lonely as a mother. My son is a person that is just about permanently on my right hip, but I admit more than occasionally I felt alone, out of the loop per say. Happily married, … Continue reading All Aboard Mamas
"I Believe Christine Blasey Ford.” Black women are often the consolers of American society, we are first to care for any and each victim we hear of for we have experienced pain, discrimination and suffrage firsthand, or our own mothers have survived so much more; simply put it’s the effects of identity markers and more … Continue reading Mamas for Dr. Christine Ford