I am sharing deets and pics from my daughter’s 14th birthday celebration at Walt Disney World. Who says teens are too old for Disney?
We rang in my 41st birthday in style! The Palazzo Luxury Suite is the epitome of poshness on The Vegas Strip! Join me on a recap of my experience.
Yep, my son is now officially a grown man. I am still processing how it feels to be a parent of a 21 year old, but frankly, I am just happy that we made it.
You only turn 39 once. And I am doing so in the awesomeness that is Puerto Rico. Birthdays are meant to celebrate epic-ly. And I’m doing just that.
#WhatMakesAWomanBeautiful? For me, it’s turning 39! Chime in on what makes a woman beautiful to you, a sponsored convo by Optic White and Uptown Magazine.
My son and oldest child is turning 20 this week. Yeah. For self- therapy, I am writing this post, sharing what these 20 years of being a mom have taught me.
On this day, just 19 years ago, I gave birth to a chubby baby boy with beautiful brown eyes, dimples, and head full of black curls. As soon as my eyes laid on his, it was immediate earth shattering love. The kind of love I never thought I would experience at 18 years old, anyway.
Last year, I wrote about how fabulous singer Chaka Khan was looking. She’s always been amazingly beautiful, but after losing a few pounds, she was indeed making some of us young folk look bad. I had to give it to Chaka, she was making aging appear effortless and beautiful. We were (and still are) in awe!
I can tell you that I read many blog posts and articles about Disney World. What to expect, what to do, what not to do. But nothing could compare us for the actual real thing. It is something that is describable, in a good way of course. It was definitely an experience of a lifetime for her as well as me.
Stop the presses folks, and excuse me while I relax, relate, and release. My son, Mr. High School Senior, is officially 18 years old today. He’s an adult (at least on paper).
Funny how time flies when you are having fun. And when you are building your empire one stone at a time, your days fly by like a whirlwind.
Seventeen years ago yesterday, I became a mother for the first time. I’ve been a mother longer than I have been anything else. When I first got pregnant at the age of 17 (I gave birth when I was 18), my family was none too pleased.