Five years ago I was still fresh in my newly committed relationship. My very first grown woman big girl draws relationship. Nothing like the relationships I’d been in before. It was different. It felt different. It was different. To this day it still is different. See I had to learn how to love, the right way. Learn how to be loved the right way. Learn how to be in a honest committed loving relationship. Seriously. It grew me up alot! In more ways that I knew it would. 

So on this day five years ago I gave bEarth to my fourth son. Lamarion! Yayyy! With the love of my life Lamar. This bearth/son has taught me thee most. Oh how much I’ve grown from giving bEarth the first time at 17 years old not knowing what the hell I had gotten myself into. To giving bEarth at 30 years old, being much more in tuned, ready, experienced, no fear instead anxiousness and excitement. Just overall sure and prepared. 

I’m so blessed to have four intelligent boys. No matter how much I grow I never can out grow loving them. Praying over them constantly. Teaching them the necessities! Watching them grow is my honor. I’m so thankful to wish my little intelligent sweet face Cool Kid a Happiest Bearth Day today.🎉🎈 

7/17 was the day we welcome this little stinky with open arms. 5 years old never looked so handsome. HBD!!💫

Guess I have to be an extra Servant of his today. Mommy duties never end.

Wishing you a great week ahead. I hope this Monday finds you well. New week, new blessings. Today is the day our creator has made “Let’s rejoice and be glad in it”.
Peace Love & Light


Watching my boys learn and laugh during our recent vacation really made my heart smile. They wanted to go to a cabin or house where they could swim all day in a private pool. So that’s where we went. We did a pool house in Florida for a week. 

Now before going they didn’t really feel comfortable with the water. They’d been to  swimming pools but couldn’t swim or doggy paddle, float or even go under water. My teen could go under water holding his nose, but that’s it. So during our stay Lam and I taught them as well as got them comfortable with going under water but now my 9 and 13 year old can hit flips in the water and the 13 year old can even go under water as well as swim under water without holding his nose. Tink was just chilling and bouncing around in the water. He wasn’t ready for all that other stuff. Lol

This may not sound like a lot but to us it’s big. I’m so happy for them. I stayed smiling from their joy. When I tell motherhood is so rewarding, it really is. Creating memories that bring joy and last forever. I’m so grateful every time I can teach them something new, take them on vacation and see them smile and laugh. It makes my heart smile.

Currently I’m listening to some tunes on my Youtube playlist. I’m trying to decide what lipstick to wear. It’s the middle of the week. I hope this post finds you well. Happy Wednesday! 

Peace Love & Light




Today as I was getting dressed bae was coming into the house laughing. I’m looking at him all crazy like damn what got you smiling and laughing so? He’s like bae why our son got mail coming now. I’m like what?! So he gives it to me and at that very moment reality hit me. My four year old turns five in July then school begins the last day of his bEarth day month. I immediately got a small dose of anxiety. Like, damn man, I’m so not ready for this yet. I see so much go on at theses schools that it seems it’s not many real caring village minded teachers anymore. That saddens me a lot. I mean don’t get me wrong there are plenty of great amazing outstanding caring teachers of course. I see many on social media and in my kids schools. However not many exist anymore. Many parents know this to be true, teachers too. 

I just wish I was a mother that could drop things to teach my baby at home at least until he’s in about fourth grade. He’s still so fragile to me. Sweet face and innocent nerve wrecking but still mommy’s baby so it’s cool. I know other moms reading this can agree to how I feel. We’ve all been here if we have kids. I have cried at all my boys first weeks or so. I mean you get pass the crying only to miss them so much that you’re waiting for the time to zoom by for them to get home only to ask them about their day. Eight hours away from home at his age and he’s not with granny or uncle is just a bit too much, right?. So that mail took me on a roller coaster ride. As you can see! 

I got it together and just calmed myself down said a prayer as I always do to get pass difficult moments. I’m okay with the school my sister helped me choose. He will be attending one of the Kindezi charter schools this year. Parents if you have a child currently attending a Kindezi school, please share what you think about the school. My oldest attended a charter school before and I loved everything about it except the amount of homework a child gets, daily. I felt it was way too much. When you begin homework at home after school and you aren’t done by bed time some times, that’s a shame. We got through it but sheesh. I’m ready for this new year with my stinky.  I’m low-key happy for him. #pettymom I can’t wait to see him in his little uniform though. Lmbo! That’s gonna be too cute. I feel the tears already! 

Looks like Atlanta is gonna get some rain at some point today. I’m here for it! Guess I’ll get comfy for the game coming on soon. Bae is ready for Lebron and his team to knock out GSW. What about you?

I hope your Thursday has been great thus far. See you back here soon. Happy Thursday! 

#currentlylisteningto Kenzo – So Good

Peace Love & Light



So this is a mommy post. I was inspired to write this post because of something I seen on television. Okay so if you’re a parent then you already know that being a parent is one of thee most rewarding yet challenging duties you’ll ever have. Beautiful and exciting! And nerve wrecking at times too. Yet as a parent (mother) it’s your duty to carry give birth and raise another human teaching them values, discipline, not to take no shxt and how and why they must love themselves and others. Etc. 

In my opinion being a mom is a blessing something that all wombman can’t do naturally or at all. We must know and realize that it shouldn’t be taken for granted. 

After all why even get pregnant with a child that you have no desire to love them pass the length of time a man or the (father) choose to love you. Really?!. The child deserves more. It don’t take a woman or man to have multiple children only to realize they don’t enjoy being a parent. Hell you should realize that after one. Or to realize you wasn’t really ready. So you then give them away to hang out run the streets lust and do you while someone else is left to raise your kid (s). Man that’s just not cool to me. 
Then later on in life you say you want more kids🤔🤔 Oh, really!? How?! Now I’m not judging just stating my very own opinion. And, in my opinion it’s not right to have kids give them away or leave them on someone else and just up and have more later to test drive motherhood again to see “IF” you’re ready for it or not the next time around. Tuh! 
I’ve been a mother since 17 and while being young it was sometimes difficult but overall it’s been great exciting nerve wrecking and a blessing all in one. The way my motherhood set up I wake up in love with my four everyday. My oldest is rebellious and has made me want to break his neck but I don’t because after all he’s my son and I absolutely love him and he must live his journey make mistakes learn and grow.

That being said, I just can’t quite overstand when woman have them and give up on them for no legit reasons. But I guess it’s not for me to overstand as many things aren’t. So be it! 

I hope your weekend was relaxing but it’s Monday now so let’s get it. I’m getting prepared for my trip coming up. Yep I have an Anniversary to enjoy with the King in my life. Wishing u a marvelous Monday.

Good day Luvs!



I have a four year old son who will be turning five this year which means he’ll also be starting school. I didn’t send him to Pre-K because for one I wasn’t ready, two I wasn’t ready and three I figured I’d teach him everything he needed to know at home. 

So I’ve worked with him on ABC’s 123’s as well as coloring inside the lines. He’s been taught how to write his name as well as how to recognize letters. We are currently learning to master the sounds each letter makes which is something my sister (who’s been teaching over ten years) told me he’d need to know as well. So last year we bought him a nice kid computer pad that helps us with teaching alphabetic sounds and more. Yay! 

He’s such a sponge, so ready to soak it all up. We’re working on tying his shoes too but he’s like ma this is so confusing.😝 Now, if he hasn’t learned the whole tying of his shoes by Summer I may need to rethink calling him a genius.😂 He’ll just be rocking some velcro shoes, that way he can just strap them up and go. See eazy peezy doggy squeezy. Yeah, he’s a paw patrol fan too. 


The last thing he must know before he starts school is how to wipe himself. As a mother I don’t like the sound of anyone having to wipe him so I’ll be sure to have him doing it himself before Spring. 

All in all I’m very proud of my little stinky. He’s such a cool, goofy as can be smart happy little boy. 

To all mother’s what has recently made you proud of your kid(s) lately? 

I hope this week brings along new exciting opportunities for you. Remember to enjoy the present while preparing for the future.  

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Peace Love & Light