Are Your Stress Levels In The Red? We’re currently living in some crazy and unprecedented times. One of the major…

How To Raise Money Smart Kids   It is back to school and most of us including myself have made…

The last few months have added more black bodies at the hands of white vigilantes and police officers to an…

We’d heard about Covid-19. It was all over the news. Early reports of the virus didn’t send me into a…

The Coronavirus has made it’s way to the United States and its presence has contributed to the closures of everything…

A little fun fact about me, I LOVE true crime shows. I literally fall asleep at night to Forensic Files…

The topic of slavery, the elephant in the room no one wants to talk about. With my son only being…

If you’re a Mommi who loves to read or download and listen on the go (we're not here to judge)...

I’ve had enough of watching cell phone footage and or body cam videos of children assaulted by school resource officers….

October is breast cancer awareness month and it’s hard to find someone who hasn’t be affected directly or indirectly by this disease. As an ob/gyn I see countless women who present to me for well-woman exams, vaginal discharge, pregnancy and more. However, none stand out in my mind like the patient that presents with a breast lump. When I enter the room I can sense the fear and see the concern in their eyes, before anything is said. They are thinking, do I have cancer?

For the majority of my life, I was of the mindset that it was okay to bypass all the romantic…

Do you avoid the question? Is this an uncomfortable conversation for you to have? If your kids are at an…

Or so I thought…Let me take you back to the moment in time where absolutely nothing changed my life forever….

More Money More Problems? There’s a saying that the more money you get, the more problems you have.  It’s one…

Who would’ve thought that I would use cloth diapers? ​Not with Baby #4. Well, ​Yah I did it​.​ You’re probably wondering why the change. Especially because he was over the age of 1 year old when I started and would soon to be potty trained in a year or so. Well, I did it because I found that we were spending WAY ​TOO MUCH​ on traditional diapers.

Yeah, that’s right I said it and I meant it. I don’t care what any of y’all have to say,...

I was at Tori’s open house last night, fighting the Florida heat as well as trying to maneuver the 4000…

Originally posted: HerLifeSparkles.com Yay, the kids are headed back to school. No more snacking uncontrollably, drinking all the juice or…

The first week of homeschooling our children, I was miserable, the kids were miserable and I wanted nothing more than to send them back to the “professionals” while I crawled into a ball and slept my failing homeschool mom blues away.

  You won’t find a bigger advocate for homeschool than me. I mean, I have dedicated the last six years…

The summer is ending and reality is beginning to set in for students that they will be off to school…

How committed are you to the goals you set in January? 2020 is in 6 months, what have you accomplished? I’m here to encourage you to finish the year strong.

Toys are an enormous source of joy to kids everywhere, and as caring parents, we want the best for our little ones. With all the toys available both in-store and online, it can be difficult to choose the best toys for your child at different ages. Don’t worry, though. As an avid researcher and mother of two, I have done the research for you. Here are the best toys for kids 0 to 10 years old.

I did not want my baby consumed with books solely filled with cartoon characters, talking animals and people who don’t…

It Was Time About 10 years ago, I went back to school for fashion design after working in public health…

At MommiNation we have over 30 African-American mommies, and we came together to create this very extensive list just for you so because we want to be sure you have checked all the boxes before making your final decision.

Today, June 19th, is a day commonly known as Juneteenth. Here’s why we should all celebrate and acknowledge it: Some…

Hallelujah for the summer! If you’re anything like me, you’ve been counting down to the lazy days of summer. Long…

Okay friends, if your family is anything like ours, a lot of time goes into plotting and planning your children’s future. This is especially true when you begin to think about your kid’s college education. We have three kids, and sometimes the prospect of sending three kids to college terrifies me.

Another Year Gone I can’t believe this school year is complete! My daughter has just completed another grade, 1st grade…

The pro-life vs pro choice debate has been a long-standing debate that has created division of people in all circles. With the recent national news of abortion law changes, this division has become more evident. This article is intended, not to support either argument or perpetuate the division. But instead, this article is to inform the Nation of the recent activity surrounding this issue and start an open dialogue to support and respect our difference in opinions.

My Opinion My Choice …I have that right…or I should at least. I have been torn about the abortion issue…

Unfortunately money doesn’t grow on trees. I really wish it did. Because of this painfully obvious fact, when you have…

I’ve been on a journey to finding my purpose. Sure, it sounds like something so simple and obvious but it…

By providing age-appropriate books to children at well-child visits from six months to five years of age, Reach Out and Read Georgia prepares children for school and encourages a lifelong love of reading. Children served by Reach Out and Read Georgia enter kindergarten with larger vocabularies, stronger language skills, and a three- to a six-month developmental edge.

So here’s the thing, I don’t want to sound like a know it all or anything, but I think after…

As much as we dread April 15th that day comes around every year like clockwork. The moment of truth is less than one week away. Have you procrastinated this year filing your taxes? If so, you are not alone and we are here to give you a guide with 5 quick tips to completing your taxes last minute.

Although I did not grow up in poverty, I also wasn’t born into wealth. My husband jokes all the time about how I grew up “rich”, which couldn’t be further from the truth. I am truly blessed for the experiences that I had as a child but, I also wish money management was explicitly discussed.

It’s our day!! The day of the woman! Happy International Women’s Day you beautiful woman you! The roots of this…