Family Matters, Journeys In Motherhood, Purpose Filled Mommy, Uncategorized

“Mama, Can You Push Me? “

Our new playground in the backyard is a hit for the kids. It motivates them to put their tablets down, go outside, and play. It's especially a hit for the twins. They are small enough to enjoy it swinging without putting the fear of life in us as parents like our eldest two in making… Continue reading “Mama, Can You Push Me? “

Being Authentic, Journeys In Motherhood, Self Care, Uncategorized

Tough Love : You Can’t Fake Self- Love & Confidence

There are somethings in life that you can't fake it until you make it and confidence within truly loving yourself is one them. I truly feel that confident parents who have a true understanding of God's calling for their lives and who are secure with themselves raise children who in turn are the same. I… Continue reading Tough Love : You Can’t Fake Self- Love & Confidence

Being Authentic, Journeys In Motherhood, Purpose Filled Mommy, The Balancing Act

Wild Card Questions : Get To Know Minimarie

I've composed a few "wild card" questions given by friends, family,  and some inbox wild card questions from some supportive followers to share a little bit more about me in a lighthearted way. Let's have some fun!

Family Matters, Journeys In Motherhood, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Purpose Filled Mommy

Separate But Never Apart : My Story As A Non- Custodial Mom

Every mother's situation is different in regards to making the decision to not be the primary guardian of having her child live full- time in her home. I never thought that I would've made the difficult decision as a mother for our son to live with his father, but it was a decision that actually benefited our son immensely while strengthening our relationship.

Family Learning, Family Matters, Journeys In Motherhood

Living The Dream: Celebrating The Legacy of Dr. King As A Family

Every year our children look forward to the M.L.K. parade that honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  We live in the historic area in our city that host the parade literally down our neighborhood's block. We bring our lawn chairs, blankets when needed, and plastic bags to fill to the rim with the candy that… Continue reading Living The Dream: Celebrating The Legacy of Dr. King As A Family

Family Matters, Journeys In Motherhood, The Balancing Act

Morning After Survival Tips For The Day After Christmas And Throughout The Holidays

It's the morning after Christmas and all through the house everyone was sleeping sound, but when mom went downstairs she wanted to shout! The day after Christmas it hits you after looking at the big mess of boxes and torn wrapping paper sitting in your front room of all that you have to clean.I've learned some survival tips to help this empath mom survive another day in calm following the storm of holiday cheer. 

Autism Support & Awareness, Journeys In Motherhood

Redefining What It Means To Be Special Needs!

Times are changing in our society with the perception of  how we view those living with autism. Many parents, educators, and caregivers see the amazing personalitys and skills of those with special needs. Check out this blog as we share our story of our daughter Paris, and how she changed our world for the better. 

Purpose Filled Mommy with Minimarie

There seems to be more of a growth in awareness, openness, and acceptance with those living with autism. This makes me so excited as a parent with a beautiful autistic child in seeing finally as a society we are redefining our perception of those with special needs and autism! Many parents and teachers have long known the amazing lives of children with autism before the more recent popularity of focus. Many parents like myself kind of kept things close to home as families of their triumphs, challenges, personalities, and achievements within their disabilities of the safety of our walls. Social media along with many celebrities who are parents of children with special needs or who have come forward with being on the autistic spectrum have opened our eyes to redefining what we thought being “special needs” really was. My hope is that we continue to break down barriers, perceptions, and…

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