Suffering Mothers

My heart aches for every struggling mother... I ache for the mom who had to put aside her dreams for her children. For the single-mom who is sick of her daughter, watching her cry; as she goes to work, pays bills, changes dirty diapers, wipes runny noses, and cooks meals, all with no help! ...the … Continue reading Suffering Mothers

A Mothers’ Fathers Day Tribute 

Most think that men have it easy being as a dad. This could not be further from the truth. Just like mothers, fathers have to sacrifice so much for their families. It is a different and yet equally important journey. We need to start cherishing our fathers for who they are and supporting them... ...to … Continue reading A Mothers’ Fathers Day Tribute 

A Lesson from Mister Rogers

I remember when I learned that one of my favorite childhood past-times, Mister Rogers Neighborhood was filmed in my city, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. I was so honored to live where many tuned in everyday to watch the late Fred Rogers aka Mister Rogers, as he  captured the hearts of families by shining a light on the … Continue reading A Lesson from Mister Rogers

5 Greatest Things about Toddlers

Being a new mom is a journey! 💋 It is a weight gaining, energy lowering, tears shedding, and yet, a beautiful and joyful journey. My daughter is my first and only, and at 18 months or 1.5 years old, I am realizing that this is the age I am going to miss with her; the age … Continue reading 5 Greatest Things about Toddlers

a Mother’s Day Love Letter 

To my dearest child,I could not see you smile, hear you laugh, or hold you in my arms, but I loved you in the womb. You came into this world a surprise to mommy, but it was a beautifulsurprise....The first time I held you, we cried together as you immediately latched to my breast. Seeing you smile, … Continue reading a Mother’s Day Love Letter 

Black Lives Matter: pro-life/pro-choice

Four out of ten black children are killed in the womb. Garza, the co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, stated that the union with Reproductive Justice was formed for "the rights of women to be able to determine when and how to be able to start families." Having sex is a choice, whether you are 13-years-old or 50. If there was more funding toward pregnancy prevention, there might be lower rates of abortions.