Self Care Why we as parents and caregivers need it Hello everyone! I want to ask all of my special needs parents and caregivers a question. Is there anything you do to take care of yourself? Better yet! All of my amazing mommies and daddies, do you practice self care? I know this phrase… Read More Self Care! Why we as parents and caregivers need it…
Marriage Just Make It Work! When I first thought about marriage, it was more of me thinking “Great now I have to share all of my things with another person” and “Man my husband would probably want me to just cook clean and take care of the kids”. How messed up is that? I thought… Read More Marriage. . . Just Make It Work!!!
Hey Moms, What if your baby is just average? Don’t get mad! Okay, so we are in a time where we compare and compete. Everyone is in the race to be number 1 at something! Maybe we should start identifying what makes us unique and special, and enhance those qualities so that we don’t have… Read More Hey Moms, What if your baby is just average?
5 Takeaways from our 5 Day Motivated Mama Challenge We spent 5 days talking to fellow Mrs. Mommies about what keeps them motivated. We have a lot to juggle as women, wives, mothers, business women, and mompreneurs on top of the other responsibilities that life throws our way. Day 1: Faith for Wealth Ok so… Read More 5 takeaways from our 5 Day Motivated Mama Challenge
Finding Balance The Plight of Motherhood Balance. We talk about it so much but what is it? According to Webster’s dictionary, (n) an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady; (v) keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall. Well, I don’t know about you… Read More Finding Balance: The Plight of Motherhood
One Year Later A Mother’s Autism Story According to mass general, the Autism spectrum disorder now affects 1 in 68 children. Boys are nearly 5 times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with ASD. Autism spectrum disorder is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the United States. ASD is more common than childhood cancer, diabetes and AIDS… Read More One Year Later: A Mother’s Autism Story
Mommy’s Small Victories How to be thankful for the little things Sometimes moms operate on a daily autopilot with a task list as long as the Nile River, but how many of us know how to slow down and celebrate the little things that we’ve accomplished or the seemingly pointless triumphs we experience in a… Read More Mommy’s Small Victories
Mommy’s Mental Health vs. Caribbean Culture How to give voice to an issue that goes unspoken *Takes deep breath* I was diagnosed with depression in 2010. When I was told I said to myself, I guess I’ve been depressed since I was a child because I’ve always felt this way. I spent a lot of… Read More Mommy’s Mental Health vs. Caribbean Culture