A Queen and her two little kings
Updated: Jun 16, 2020
Yes, I call myself a Queen. A queen from the google definition meaning the most powerful chess piece that each player has, able to move any number of unobstructed squares in any direction along a rank, file, or diagonal on which it stands. This to me completely describes my mommy expectation, responsibilities, and duties. In this game called life, I am daily multi-tasking, looking for my next move, getting my kids everywhere they need to go in relation to school, sports, and music. Supporting my husband with his goals, dreams, and visions. Jumping from place to place to eliminate barriers for not only myself, but for my kids and kids like them. I am not only a mom and a wife but I wear multiple hats. I am also a Christian, a sister, a daughter, a friend, an educator, and now a BLOGGER :)
When I met my Boaz (Whose name is really Solomon), I did not think that I would have two little kings to follow and I would need to guide them, direct them, and prepare them to be who they are today and who they must become. This blog is about our journey towards reaching their full potential. In writing this blog my hope is also to support other moms like me on a mission to guide their young kings.
Our two little fellas are now seven and eleven (get it 7-11). Our oldest is in fifth grade about to transition to middle school (yikes), our youngest is in first grade heading to second in a couple of months. They both attend the school where I currently work.
I have been in education for 13 years,I have been a classroom teacher, a counselor, and now in administration. I love education, shaping young minds, and supporting families. I plan to share some stories, some hopes, and some strategies with you all. I pray this is a place where others can meet and share their experiences and we can grow together. I appreciate you joining this journey with me and my little guys. If you have any questions about motherhood, raising young kings, anything that I can support you in subscribe and ask me a question. Talk to you soon.