I come from a family full of educators and I was blessed to be around the HBCU experience at an early age. My grandfather was a band director at Grambling State University (GSU), so my love for the band and HBCUs is real! But as I got older, I was worried more about turning up than my education. I was a work in progress and didn’t give my all as I should have in high school. My family, of course, wanted me to continue the legacy at GSU, but I
I don’t know about yall, but I’m ready to take some trips! We all know there is nothing like a baecation or a girls trip. It’s so necessary for us to take a break from momming and just let loose every now and then but we can’t forget about the kiddos! Traveling with the family is so important because it allows you’re family to connect on another level, enrich their young minds and create everlasting memories. Fortunately, Saia has been able to travel since she was a baby. However, it
It’s been awhile, Modish Mommies! Motherhood has been keeping me on my toes and I’ve honestly been in a funk. Modish Mommies was created while I was pregnant because I couldn’t relate to any mom blogs, so my cousin and I created a mom platform geared towards moms of color. After a while, we decided to host events that focused on inspiring moms to become entrepreneurs and provided them with resourceful tools. But over the course of time, I lost the excitement that I once had when we first started
Hey Modish Mommies! I wanted to write about a topic that impacts all of us. It is something that everyone uses and is crucial to how we live our lives. Today I want to discuss communication. It has been proven that the majority of human communication is non-verbal. I am always astounded by this when I think about impact. I find myself making the assumption that unless I say it, the message hasn’t been conveyed. However, if the majority of communication is non-verbal, nothing has to be said at all
I can remember the day and most of the details of the delivery of both my first and second child. Motherhood has been simultaneously the most challenging and rewarding time of my life. It was particularly challenging when I first became a mother. However, no one quite prepared me for what awaited me during maternity leave. During the months leading up to my maternity leave I nested, and looked forward to having what seemed like an expanse of time to simply enjoy my new baby and being home with him.