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My Worst Mom Day So Far

On 2/13/2020 I experienced what I call, "Motherhood in REAL life". A lot of the mothers I know or "know-of" via social media have their lives all the way together. Motherhood and all the things that come with it come to them naturally or with very little difficulty. There is no obstacle they can't handle.… Continue reading My Worst Mom Day So Far

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A Letter to My Daughter

Dear Yani, Do you know how much I love you? Can it even be measured? What system can contain the amount of love I have for you? My greatest accomplishment. My legacy. Oftentimes I stare at you while you are asleep and think, "Wow. I made this." I am in awe of you. Oftentimes I… Continue reading A Letter to My Daughter

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It’s Called a VAGINA!

Well...actually the parts I'm referring to are collectively called a Vulva, but you know what I mean. **trigger warning** This post mentions sexual abuse. Be kind to yourself and take heed before proceeding. Baby Chick is a girl and I couldn't be happier. All I can think is, "Exactly how many headbands is too many… Continue reading It’s Called a VAGINA!

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Moving to the Hood: Motherhood

That's right...I'm pregnant! Unexpectedly pregnant, but pregnant nonetheless (that's a separate post). I am 16wks as of July 2nd, and now that the shock of being charged with the IMMENSE responsibility of raising a baby into a well-adjusted adult has worn off, I can begin to experience other feelings. Right now, mainly excitement. I'm excited… Continue reading Moving to the Hood: Motherhood

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Bi-racial and the Parental Responsibility

Should couples in interracial relationships, where one of the races is black, discuss issues impacting the black community with their biracial children? My opinion: Yes Recently I heard someone (a white woman) say her child heard about "police shooting black men" from students at his school, and came home in a panic about their father… Continue reading Bi-racial and the Parental Responsibility