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Art Imitates Life

The American Visionary Art Museum is currently a 3 story journey of parenting. From the moment I walked in, greeted by images of an embryo in it’s mother’s womb, until I slowly exited down the steps, soaking in quotes on… Continue Reading →

Teach You How to Treat Me

Last week the Daddy I had been dating told me he had been thinking about working things out with the mother of his child. Oddly enough I was happy to hear it. I could sense something between us had been… Continue Reading →

Telling the Truth in Television: How Survivor’s Remorse is Getting it Right

Season Three of Survivor’s Remorse touched on so many pertinent issues. Colorism. Abortion. Rape. Not having a living Will. A carry over issue had been something near and dear to this blog. DADDY ISSUES. This season M.Chuck is in court… Continue Reading →

3 lessons I learned from Queen Sugar

If you’re anything like me, you spent at least two days of this past week watching the two-night premier or OWN’s newest series Queen Sugar.

Ghost the Ghost Dad

What interest me most about reading through these opinionated exchanges were their thoughts on Ghost as a Dad.

Debt…It’s personal for me!

“It is my opinion that one possible reason that student loan debt is so high in our country, is due to lack of preparation.” @theStudentLoanDoctorLLC

Watch Life (2017) HD 1080p

I’m not a parent. And seeing as how my empathy is broken, I’m not capable of FEELING like a parent feels. So where do I fit?

Mixed Messages

…with a genuine smile. The kind misbehaving children show their mothers when they come home without getting suspended.

Dating Daddies

Dating & Daddies the two worlds have intersected for me.

Fake Family

You remember growing up in the 90s (and probably before then) having “play cousins” and your mother’s best friend was automatically your aunt/uncle? Those non-biological folk were some times more kind than blood kin.

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