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Time To Bury The Hatchet And Learn To Co Parent

Parenting isn’t easy.  When you have children with someone you’re no longer in a relationship with it creates another set of obstacles.  One major challenge is learning to balance personal healing with raising your kids.  Co parenting with someone who hurt you can be more painful than a bikini wax.  However, like being bare down […]

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Every Woman Doesn’t Want Your Man

On a playdate at the park a dad who happened to be an old family friend approached me to say hello.  Out of nowhere in a blink of an eye Alfred from Batman a suspecting woman instantly appeared hovering by his side. His wife. Sucking her teeth, hands on hips she gives me the once […]

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Don’t Tell Me Happy Father’s Day

Don’t tell me “Happy Father’s Day“. Yes I watch SportsCenter, pee in the shower, and hate changing the empty toilet paper roll but I am not a man. Yes I’ve taught my sons how to throw a ball, kick a ball, catch a ball. Yes I’ve taught my sons to pee standing/sitting/by a tree/behind a […]

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50 Most Powerful Moms of 2013

As a mom and MBA student, Working Mother’s list of the 50 Most Powerful Moms of 2013 caught my eye. I was even more excited when I saw my imaginary BFF, Mariah Carey made the top 10. Way to go Bestie!!! Fellow Hollywood mommies, Beyonce’ and Giselle made the Top 10 as well. Working Mother […]

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MBA…Here I Come

Six days before my 39th birthday I got some great news…I’m accepted into the Flores MBA Program at LSU. As I sat on the floor watching Scooby Doo with Bronson I tearfully read my acceptance letter. It was definitely a surreal moment. After all, getting my MBA has been a thought long before Mo and […]

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Strippers at 16 Year Old’s Birthday

Is it me, or are Sweet 16 parties getting out of hand? When I turned 16, we’d get together for a sleepover, eat pizza, cake & ice cream, and maybe try and watch a rated R movie on HBO through the fuzzy lines. Recently Diddy’s son turned 16, he got a Maybach. Kids are having over […]

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Leave LoLo Alone

The spirit of the Olympics is encouragement and support. After reading a snide, tacky, and tasteless article in the NY Times I feel the need to extend some encouragement and support to USA Olympian (and LSU alum) Lolo Jones. I follow Lolo Jones on Twitter. She is the most followed Track and Field athlete on Twitter. […]

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Olympic Moms

Gabby Douglas has made history at the London 2012 Olympics. She’s the 1st U.S gymnast to win Gold medals in both the Individual and Team All-Around competitions in the same Olympics. She’s also the 1st African American All Around champion in OLYMPIC HISTORY!!!   When she was just 14, Gabby’s mom, Natalie Hawkins made a […]

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Mother’s Day 2012

I have so much fun with my boys. Fun for me is pretty simple, hanging with my kids with minimal arguing & whining. So, for Mother’s Day, I just like to relax. It all started with breakfast in bed. With a little help from Auntie Mona, the boys made all my favorites: bacon, egg & […]

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Geaux Michael Brockers

There is a lot of buzz about LSU Defensive Tackle, Michael Brockers. The redshirt sophomore is projected to go 1st Round in the NFL draft. In addition to excelling on the field, Michael posted a near-perfect score on the psychological testing that some teams give draft prospects. The 21 year old  6-foot-5, 322-pound Houston native credits his […]

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