This topic of rapper Future upset with singer Ciara spending time with son with new beau NFL quarterback Russell Wilson and pictures available for the media to see has been heavily debated today. Many are in favor of Ciara moving on to a more positive role model beau Russell and he being a part of Ciara and her son’s life.
From a divorcee with two children who has an amicable co-parenting relationship, where the father is a large part in the children’s lives: It is important that once a relationship reaches a certain stage that you introduce and allow your significant other to be a part of the relationship with your children. Continue reading Future Peeved: Ciara And Son Spend Time With SeaHawks QB Russell Wilson. My Insights!
I haven’t posted in awhile. I am about to fall upon my two year anniversary since I was officially divorced..and am at peace at the moment.
Why as you may ask haven’t I posted?
My mind has been spinning. I have been discovering myself. Finding my internal happy. Not supplemented by infatuation, masked by fake love by someone who is not really true. Continue reading Shenanigans
This is a question I have eternally struggled with on more than one occasion. There is a struggle between maintaining a healthy co-parenting relationship for your children’s sake and attaining your own happiness as a single woman with aspirations of finding a second chance in love.
Can You Have Both?
Continue reading How Much Of Your Happiness Should You Compromise For The Sake Of Maintaining A Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship
Today my daughter started PreK-3 and my son’s first day for 3rd Grade was yesterday. The eyes of excitement when going back to school shopping and anxiety approaching their first days of school. Beginning of new school-year extra-curriculars and all other sorts. These are the moments I cherish. These are the moments when I feel truly blessed. My sprouts are my everything. They keep me wanting to be a better “Me”. Continue reading Just The Little Things That Matter!
Now that I have removed my “Drama-Filled Emotional Divorce” Hat I am fully embraced back in my “Momma” Hat. So saw this article on Yahoo Shine! written by Jenny From The Blog that has her own blog site: TheSuburbanJungle.com, and had to share. As this was and is SOOOOO ME! Enjoy!
When I had my first child, I wanted to do everything by the book. I was so nervous that the tiniest misstep would somehow break the baby. In fact, one of my first pieces was about how shocked I was that they just let me leave the hospital with this infant. Continue reading First Child vs. Second Child!
Now yes, I chose the controversial word “Baby Daddy”, that has become popular through urban culture over the past couple of decades. While people may prefer me to say the “Father of My Children”, I will admit “Baby Daddy” is catchy and easier to roll off Continue reading Happy Father’s Day To My Babies Daddy!
“There is no such thing as a “broken family.” Family is family, and is not determined by marriage certificates, divorce papers, and adoption documents. Families are made in the heart. The only time family becomes null is when those ties in the heart are cut. If you cut those ties, those people are not your family. If you make those ties, those people are your family. And if you hate those ties, those people will still be your family because whatever you hate will always be with you.”
― C. JoyBell C.
Continue reading Family is Family!
Social media, while innocent it may be sharing your life experiences and viewpoints to the world, is never private. This is despite measures you take in enabling privacy settings against outside public Continue reading Is Social Media Ruining Your Marriage/Relationship and Can It Be Held Against You In Divorce Court?
Yesterday was the premiere opening of Tyler Perry’s “The Single Mom’s Club”. All month I have been eagerly anticipating in seeing this movie. Afterall the movie epitomizes my current life situation Continue reading Tyler Perry’s “The Single Mom’s Club” My Insights!
As a recently divorced mom, I am aware that there has been change in my children’s behavior post-divorce. As much as you try to shield them from all of the drama and chaos, it is impossible to mask them from all disagreement and keep everything consistent prior to Continue reading Sprouts, Divorce and Chaos! Is it Manageable?