Life has a way of throwing us curve balls and fastballs everyday. The outcome and how we handle them as we are going through the storms can be devastating if we don’t stop for a moment and process the why and how to get through them.
The past few days have been a painful and devastating time for the families who lost their loved ones, others directly affected by the tragedy and our community. These times can test your faith and have you question why and how it could happen. We have been encouraged by the strength, determination and resilience ofContinue reading “Joys of Sunset in Parkland”
Saving our Children from Violence
Today’s Sunset in Parkland after two of the most horrific and sorrowful days for affected families and our community. With all the sorrow, pain and despair that’s upon us this sunset is a reminder of the glory and beauty of nature. Prayerful! GenMom.
I have been guided by do onto others as you would like them to do onto you. This obviously does not apply when someone has a sick child and have to still take them to school for whatever reason. I get it, there are some situations where parent(s) are unable to take off from workContinue reading “Keeping Kids Home If They Are Sick!”
Teaching kids to be kindhearted, caring and respectful of everyone regardless of their culture or background.
At 3 years old my son is standing steadfast in his decision to be a vegetarian.
surprise visit to Toys R US for RJ to pick out a special toy. RJ loves airplanes and has been talking about them all week after seeing a movie recently. We thought this would be a great way to reward him for having a super fantastic week at school and home. Come along and let’s have some fun! Thanks for watching. Please subscribe, share, like and comment below.
At 48 years old we were blessed with a vivacious and healthy baby boy Kenneth Jr. I was expecting for my world to be different but not for it to be literally blown to bits. As I settled back into having a newborn after 22 years of not having to change diapers, breastfeeding, literally no sleep pass 2-3 hours a day and the emotional imbalance your body goes through with postpartum I realized that I was going to be in for a world of difference with our new son.