Mom-A-Grams
  • Actual Hunger

    McDonald’s gives me one less item than I order almost every visit, but it’s the TV 📺 that upsets me more: Out of 50 movies or TV shows, only 1 leaves me feeling glad I watched. But more and more I let my hair down and ...

  • Momlife: When it Feels Like I’m Falling

    We enter the story just after I have spilled hot oatmeal all over one slipper and my maxi skirt and my bare leg… After I’ve vacuumed – the chore my oldest daughter is supposed to do every morning before school… We enter as my next youngest ...

  • Your Blueprints

    The plans in question 👇🏾 are a blueprint – intricate, thoughtfully-devised ideas for how to construct something, devised and memorialized by God…for your future, your life.

    ‘For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the LORD, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to ...

  • The Race

    It’s been a weird journey, and recovery in The Post Emergency C-Section Tunnel is the latest pit stop. My marriage, my motherhood, and my investment as a friend – every aspect of relationship – is in that dark place, the tunnel.

    Sometimes I forget that I’m not ...

  • How God Heals Us

    I just thanked God. For all the “delivery systems” of His grace and love in my life… Even in the midst of the changes that scare me, and the doubts… As I watch the child who was the “baby” for 7 years seemingly come ...

  • Messy Miracles

    With no judgment – none from me in my postpartum messy soul and, none from anyone else… Because no one else knew… Well, in that condition 🤦🏽‍♀️ I drove during my c-section prohibition.

    Only God got me home safe.

    I went to church, arriving 5 minutes after the ...

  • Thought for a Cloudy Day

    Someone close to me said she thought – in the wake of my Emergency C-section – I was probably feeling very reflective, which was true; but, being reflective is not situational for me. That is, unless that means: I’m reflective about every situation.

    Yes, the C-section makes ...

  • The Theory of Second Stomachs

    What am I talking about now? Basically: We always have room for more – if we want it badly enough.

    I’ve talked about this before as priorities and making time for the things that matter. But I’ve only now realized that that is a great example of ...

  • Getting Old: The Unraveling Truth of Aging


    As age unravels me, the secrets I only shared with God because He is omniscient (Isn’t that the word for “all-knowing?”) – like, for instance, That my youthful looks meant a lot more to me than I wanted them to – are bared. But, ...

  • Epic Fail

    Can I say what I finally realize at the age of 40? Well, I’m going to either way: You will fail…if you look for satisfaction in your feelings. If you look to happiness as a gauge of your success. That is, assuming you are an adult. ...