Photo by Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels.com I never thought I would be teaching a 6-year-old how to manage his anger but here I am noticing an apparent change in my son. His emotions are way more intense than I'm used to and I'm not the only one noticing. It's like one day he woke up… Continue reading Anger Management – Kid’s Edition
If you haven't watched the season finale of Insecure I suggest you ignore this article until you finish the season. If you've had the chance to enjoy all the drama, keep on reading because baby do I have some shit to say. First of all I'm going to start off with, WE ALL SEEN IT… Continue reading Side Baby: Could You Accept Your Significant Others?
Being a parent is truly a wonderful experience. I can’t wait for the day I can experience all the one in a lifetime moments with my children. I commend all parents, but I give a special praise to single parents. The job of parenting isn’t always an easy task. I’ve known this after watching my… Continue reading The Truth of Single Parenthood
Photo by Chris Benson on Unsplash Recently I let my son go stay with his dad for a night; a well deserved break from all the homeschooling and yelling I've been doing. I picked him back up the next day and everything was all good. My son was acting like this perfect little angel, in the car that… Continue reading Why Are Children More Behaved With Dad?
Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash When this whole talk of coronavirus came into play I didn't think much of it, yet alone think it would lead to us basically being prisoners in our own homes; unable to enjoy the company of family & friends. It's not like I was much of a social person in the first… Continue reading Homeschooling My 5-Year-Old During the Shut Down.
Growing up that was a term that I heard very often from my mother and my elders. To stay in a child's place or in other words stay out of grown folks' face, no back talk, and do what they say without question. Now that is all fine and dandy and in certain situations I… Continue reading What is a Child’s Place?
When I got pregnant, at the time, my only worry was making sure I graduated from college that year. Well, I was also fearful of what my mother would think when I let her know I was pregnant, which, by the way, didn't happen until I was two months pregnant. I had a scare and… Continue reading My Fear of Failing As A Mother
Sometimes, we REALLY hate our jobs. Coworkers can be annoying kiss-asses. Bosses can be uncaring jerks. Customers can be brutal imbeciles. We’ve all had those days where, after an eight, ten, or even twelve-hour shift, we look up unto the heavens and ask that faceless, merciless, cruel behemoth known as fate one question. Why? Why… Continue reading Black On Both Sides Episode 5 Review
co-parenting: a process where two parents work together to raise a child even though they are divorced or separated. According to Pew Research Center in 2017 almost 15 million children under the age of 18 were living in a single parent home with a mother, while 3 million lived solely with a single father, with… Continue reading Co-Parenting: Sharing a Child Ain’t Easy