Journeys In Motherhood, Marriage and Family, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

How Can You Get Mad At Your Own Mess?

My daughters and I headed out the door to jump in the car to leave for the gym. One of my seven year old twins said " Eww, the car is a mess! " as she opened to door to get in the backseat to strap in her car seat. I took a peep to… Continue reading How Can You Get Mad At Your Own Mess?

Marriage and Family, The Little Things That Count

” Mama, I Want To Wear My Fro” : My Daughter’s Natural Beauty Self- Acceptance

My daughter has chosen to wear her beautiful afro in the last year proudly, and I couldn't be more happier as her mom to see her love her natural hair in all it's glory. We've came a long way in sharing together in growing her confidence in walking in self-acceptance in owning who she is… Continue reading ” Mama, I Want To Wear My Fro” : My Daughter’s Natural Beauty Self- Acceptance

Marriage and Family, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

Trusting God When Life Seems Unfair

It's not a week that goes by as a mother when I don't hear one of my children mutter the words " That's not fair." My students will openly share with their classmates, and they will share whole group in class about situations that they deem as unfair passionately with fellow peers nodding in agreement.… Continue reading Trusting God When Life Seems Unfair

Journeys In Motherhood, Marriage and Family, Purpose Filled Mommy

The Balancing Of Act Motherhood

Many mothers would agree that we juggle the responsibility of many roles. I stayed at mom with my preemie twins for the earlier part of their lives, and I've since transitioned as a mother working full time outside of the home. The balancing act of motherhood along with the differation of our family dynamics that… Continue reading The Balancing Of Act Motherhood

Family Matters, Marriage and Family, Self Care

Relief For Caregiver’s Burnout : Recognize The Signs And Learn How To Cope 

Caregivers face the responsibility to dutifully care for loved ones living with chronic illnesses, deteriorating health, or those living with special needs. Many caregivers may work outside of the home, or balance the role of home management with it's daunting everyday tasks. I was a former caregiver to a spouse living with sickle cell, and… Continue reading Relief For Caregiver’s Burnout : Recognize The Signs And Learn How To Cope 

Co-parenting, Family Matters, Have Patience, Marriage and Family, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, The Balancing Act

 Good Parent Vs  Bad Parent : The Unfair Comparison 

     Divorce has away of making people choose a side of who's the better parent in the equation.We spend thousands of dollars on attorneys and court fees in custody battles to prove which parent is more fit in being the primary guardian for the child (ren). I've always felt torn in split expectations, judgments,… Continue reading  Good Parent Vs  Bad Parent : The Unfair Comparison 

Friendship, Marriage and Family

Just A Couple Of Friends: Couple Friendships

Most couples will agree that it's not easy to find a set of couple friends that you simply gel with . Sometimes the two women are very good friends, and the men are left to stare at the wall. Sometimes the two men are the best of buddies, yet there is some awkward tension between the… Continue reading Just A Couple Of Friends: Couple Friendships

Journeys In Motherhood, Marriage and Family, Mom Motivation & Empowerment, Purpose Filled Mommy, The Balancing Act, Women and Moms Who Inspire

Simply Awesome! Meet Yesenia Person : Mom On The Move

Looking at her glow in excitement with each step we took of our four mile hike at beautiful Phinizy Swamp I could see the determination that helped her loose over 100 pounds. Yesenia Person is not only a proud wife, and mother of three active kiddos, but she is the creator of the blog SimplySenia.… Continue reading Simply Awesome! Meet Yesenia Person : Mom On The Move