The sweet and caring child I raised has somehow become a young man still sweet on the inside but covered in a moody crunchy coating…UGH!

Am I Still His Mom? | TheMrsTee.com

Am I Still His Mom?

 As mothers our priority when we have children is to train, guide and protect. So when my Teenager – my first born- starts to make those choices without me… when he begins to become the adult I’ve raised him to be…where does that leave me? Am I still his mom? […]

It's Not About Me | It's All About Him | TheMrsTee.com

It’s Not About Me | It’s All About Him

The moment my son received his acceptance letter for College I felt a weight lift off me. I’d done it. I’d accomplished one of the main things parents have on their list of things to do: make sure they make it out of High School.  He was going to be attending […]

It Isn’t Always Easy

It isn’t always easy being a parent. Sometimes it isn’t something I want to do. Don’t get me wrong. Being a Mom and having my Kiddies in my life is the biggest blessing I could have ever received. Yet that parent part. You know, that part where you have to be […]

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{ I } Miss Home | MrsTeeLoveLifeLaughter.com

{ I } Miss Home.

So it’s been one month today that we dropped of The Teenager to begin his College Life. One month since I packed up his clothes, tried to make sure he had everything he could ever need and sent him out there on his own. It’s also been about 2 weeks […]

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“Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Kaplan Test Prep. I received compensation to write this post, and any opinions expressed are my own, and reflect my actual experience.” That day in June when I watched my 17 year old ‘baby’ walk across the stage and turn to me with […]

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Train Him Up and Let Him Go…

Proverbs 22:6King James Version (KJV) 6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Train him up and let him go. I can do this. I know that I have always raised my son according to our faith […]