Tag Archive | Mama Love

THE DOCTORS AREN’T ALWAYS RIGHT

Vivian Green has excellent advice whether you’re managing care for your child, spouse or parent.  Do your own research and trust your instincts. Read Erickka Sy Savané’s article here.

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Linda, Cheveyo & Aiyana

Linda, Cheveyo & Aiyana

Mama Love clearly defines my desire and responsibility to love, cherish, guide and educate for the purpose of creating a more consciously aware generation. I thank GOD everyday for the opportunity to LOVE and NURTURE our children!!!
Linda, Cheveyo & Aiyana

Dawn & Kalylan

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I want to send a very powerful message to people of color about the beauty of the love between mother and child. I think if there were more images of our people embracing and “loving on” our children, we could potentially change some of the negative dynamics that exist in our communities.
As a breastfeeding mother and major advocate for breastfeeding in the African American community, I have seen first hand the power and benefits of physical closeness to both mother and baby.

It’s National Breastfeeding Month. Can you encourage and support one person to breastfeed?

Marleen & Rashad

Marleen & Rashad

I wonder how it must feel to be loved by a mother, to say I want my mommy and get to have her, to say mommy I love you and to hear her say it back and feel that she loves you more than anything or anyone in the world. I love giving that feeling to my son. He will never have to wonder.
Marleen & Rashad

Mama Love on Wild River Review

Blogging is difficult for me.  Primarily because I spend more time reading other blogs instead of posting on my own.  One of my diversions is Wild River Review.  They’re featuring Mama Love this month (!!!!!!) so I really need to get on the ball and update my website, post events, book updates and more photos.   Click here to go there.

Tomorrow I’ll tell you about an exhibit I’m in next month.  I meant to mention is sooner but I got caught up reading the curators blog.

I was on my way to work September

Jhana & Jackson

Jhana & Jackson

I was on my way to work September 2004 when I felt faint and started bleeding. It was the beginning stage of a miscarriage. The doctors were amazed that despite how much blood I lost, they still found a heartbeat. A STRONG one! I was told to rest and to keep my feet up. I prayed and was blessed with a healthy 9 lb, 9 oz. boy on April 20th. My experience as a mother has been priceless and I feel so blessed to have my son.
Jhana & Jackson

Kimberly & Kendall

I am overwhelmed with the flood and mix of feelings I have had since becoming a mother. I am elated, frazzled, joyful, tired, amazed and in awe. My heart has never felt so full and my life has never felt so complete. I have read about agape love but now I know what it is.
Kimberly & Kendall

Thembi & Nina

Thembi & Nina

Joy!
Thembi & Nina

Melinda & Lindan

Melinda & Lindan

Mama love personifies the complete circle of love from a maternal aspect. It is not made up or staged but genuine expressions between mom and baby.
Melinda & Lindan

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