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    God and Relationship

    With Valentine’s Day coming around the corner in just two days, I have been thinking so much about the things in my life that I just can’t live without. Of course there is my family and friends but there is also my relationship with Christ. I have gotten to a place where I have been able to make my relationship with God a lot more personal. Sometimes in relationships we try to make it so “Pinterest Perfect”. And when we do that with God we pretty much neglect the whole idea of an actual relationship. Sometimes it’s hard to pour into our relationship with God because we don’t know where…

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    Interview With Shar’del Hayden

      Let me first give a little introduction to this amazing women. We met almost 5 years ago when I was dropping my son off at daycare for the first time. Our sons are have been best of friends since then. Our relationship steamed from there but was never limited to just that. We have a to in common with a growing family, marriage, and business. Shar’del has a very fast growing YouTube channel and is just starting out as a photographer. I love her spirit and her joy for life. While working hard and being a stay at home she seems to have it all figured out. Let’s see…

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    How Is Married Life

      The last few days I have been hurt. Usually I would just write and put it out there for the world to read. But Every time I get to the ending I just delete it all and start over. I guess that’s because I am not writing from the heart….so, here goes nothing: Marriage is hard.  You hear people say that all the time. Honestly you don’t always believe it. Sometimes you take a look back at the person and their relationship and you say, “Nah y’all just crazy“. Well, I got news for you, Marriage is actually hard. And every married person knows that. So it drives me…

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    No I’m Not Perfect

    You know what the struggle has been with writing lately? Mostly that I just hate preaching to people and feeling like I can get all super-spiritual. That’s really not what I am trying to do. But what can I say when I feel a shift in my writing. I still very much so care about parenting and an occasional mommy rant. But for the most part I just want to impart knowledge and give some advice. NO, I’M NOT PERFECT! I don’t do everything right, but I try and my heart is ALWAYS in the right place. You are probably asking where this is all coming from. Well, the last…

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    Awfully Sorry Podcast

    If you are following me on Instagram you know that Coke and I have been working on a Podcast. Well, the big day is near. We will be laughing our podcast On January 17. Showcasing a few episodes so you can get a feel for us and determine if you want to keep listening or not. What topic or niche are we coming from? Good question, we will be talking about everything. Just general topics mostly but all from the perspective of our blended family. Coke and I are polar opposites. We don’t agree most times on politics, health, child rearing, family structure, or anything for that matter. I’m sure…

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    Shopping on Facebook Marketplace

    Are you not obsessed with HGTV? Well I am! I live for all the shows on that network. My favorite is by far Fixer Upper. You wouldn’t even believe what I am the most fascinated about on the show: WHEN THEY GO ANTIQUING!! I have been shopping and decorating my house in the same way I feel Joe would…or so I think, lol! So what I decided to do is share how I have done it and how easy it is. For instance my entire entry way and living room I designed with the help of my husband for all under $350. Funniest thing about it is I did most…

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    Just When I Thought I Was Done

      Just when I thought I was done with planning events and blogging, God set me up! Sent me three emails in one day that made me smack myself. I don’t know why I thought it would be that easy to walk away. There is no way that I can turn my back on the thing that makes me, momE! That thing being ME! I had a horrible event a few months back. Mix that with being recently married, relocating, not working, and having no family near me….THE STRUGGLE WAS REAL. It was hard after the failure of that event to pick my face up. It was hard after that…

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    The Art of Being Called a Nigger

    This week I had the amazing pleasure of being completely disrespected. And it forced me to reflect. I’ve always thought about how I would proceed with raising my boys in this new age racist world. But it’s never really hit me until this week, exactly what they could be dealing with.  As an African American you watch movies on slavery and racism and what not. Then you look to your friends and say “man I’m so glad I didn’t grow up in those days because I would have…” not even really knowing that we had no idea what these men and women were up against.  I got to talking to…

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    30 or Whatever

    The Big 3-0! Turning 30 has meant so much to me. A few years ago I would have been more excited about the party that I wanted to plan for this major birthday accomplishment rather than the goals I would have reached getting here. On my 30th birthday I took a mental trip down memory lane and was so overwhelmed by how much I have accomplished. Of course I wanted a party to celebrate too. But let anyone from my family and Coke included tell you, “You can’t have a party and a wedding”. So I was stuck with the wedding. I guess that’s more important anyhow. But no really!…

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    Single Mom Race 

    The hardest thing I have had to do with getting married and blending our families, has been learning to turn off being a single mom. For almost 6 years I have been the only parent. I have had to spank Camden and then cuddle him after. I have had to make all the decisions. It’s is so hard to play both roles in parenting. Mostly because you have to train yourself as a woman to go against your maternal instincts.As women we are caring and nurturing first. We have more compassion than the dads usually do. We are the ones that fight for our children to have their way. But…

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