“Me Too” Mommy Moments

A Mommy Not So Far Away By: Rachael McQueen Robertson

How many of us moms as children would play with our dolls pretending they were our babies? Always eager to change or feed “the baby.” As we became mothers we quickly learned that being a mommy took a lot more out of us than a quick diaper change or the 2am feedings. However, the feeling Read the full article…

My Miracle Baby After Cancer by: Brandi Maxiell

The thought of having kids at 24 didn’t cross my mind until the day my doctor told me there is a chance that it could possibly never happen. I was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer at 24. They told me then that if I could get pregnant it would be a struggle to conceive without help. Read the full article…

Moms: Let’s Make A Pledge By: Lysa Terkeurst

I really want to be a great mom. I want to raise kids who love the Lord, are respectful, kind, smart and all the other things we want for our kids. So, I pray. I read parenting books. I teach manners, kiss the skinned knees and help my teen process her first broken heart. I Read the full article…

Kid’s Fashion by: Mieka Reese

Spring is here and some of the IT colors for this season are Ice Blue, Fresh White, & Lemon Yellow, according to New York Fashion Week. I buy a lot of Gucci and Fendi for my son to wear to basketball games or different events. I like that they offer stylish looks that are actually Read the full article…

Perfect In My Eyes

Although having biracial children is more common than it was years ago, I still experience “looks” when I am out with my children, Kiylin (5 years old) and Demi (9 months). While I cannot control the judgment of those in society, I can have a positive impact on how I explain identity to my daughters. Read the full article…

The Snap Back Is Real .. by: Ylleya Fields

The snap back is real and I can thank God and my mom for those amazing genes. But, I also work hard at making sure that my belly doesnt have signs of the four babies that I have. That’s not as easy as it looks. I have a diastasis recti that I developed after the Read the full article…

The New And Improved Lady GAGA! By: Dorothy Loades

If delivering twins was hard, raising them -virtually alone- was almost impossible. Yes, their dad was there, but he was there for the fun stuff only like: vacations, birthday parties, and graduations. The day- in-day- out responsibilities were all mine. Because I was so overwhelmed most of the time, my reverence for motherhood was fleeting- Read the full article…

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