We made it out on a Sunday!
I was listening to Bishop TD Jakes during my commute on Monday morning when he was preaching about Generations. He basically explained that sometimes our adversity is not just about us. It’s about how God is preparing for the generations to come. Can I be a bit selfish for a minute? A little human forContinue reading “Generations”
It’s not fair for me to keep God to myself.
Two Under Two is not for the faint of heart. Just as one child settles, the other child rattles. It is by the grace of God and some help that I have made it this far (roughly three months). But at the same time, I have never felt so complete. I feel like I canContinue reading “Mother’s Day 2019: Two Under Two”
Since I was a child, I’ve heard the phrase over and over: “It takes a village to raise a child.” Now that I am a mother I know this African proverb is so accurate. This Mother’s Day I am grateful for my village who continues to help me raise my babies. There is absolutely nothingContinue reading “Mother’s Day 2019: My Village”
Iwalewa. Ayotunde. My babies. Twenty-Three months and Two months old– respectively. My migraines. My paycheck. My blessings. My hugs and kisses. My bathtime singers. My couch surfing friends. My focus. My unconditional loves. My GPS. The reason why I am called Mama. Most days, I am busy doing Mama stuff.