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Established in August 2016, Tahnee Cole is a career driven mom on a mission to show moms that career and mom life can coincide smoothly and efficiently.

This mom makes sure to structure her career to be conducive to her lifestyle. The mom who crunches numbers, rocks stilettos, attends parent conferences, makes cupcakes and packs sports gear into her Cadillac SUV!

Tahnee says: It takes a real kick ass mom to maintain a career and a household. Being a mom of two and working for Corporate America has not been easy. I have dealt with rises and falls along the way. I had to make adjustments and learn to go with the flow. I have learned that in order to succeed sometimes you have to fail. Lastly, I have learned that balance is not always possible, but time management is KEY!

PROUD MAMA

I am a proud mom of a girl and boy. During my parenthood journey, I have learned many lessons. Not just about parenting, but I have learned more about myself. I have learned patience, communication and the true meaning of respect. As a mom, I think it is extremely important to not only demand respect, but to show respect to your children. My blogging journey discusses many scenarios of parenting lessons and interactions with my kiddos.

BOY MOM

I did not know what to do when the ultrasound said I was having a boy the second time around. I was excited because it would be different. Big Jay was excited to have his first son, but my mind started getting scared. What would I do with a boy? Could I relate to him? Would he like sports? Would it be ok raising him in America? Would he like me (I know that sounds crazy)? Well honey, that little boy is EVERYTHING. Smart, sarcastic (he gets that from his daddy, wink), funny and so loving. When God made sons, he gave moms a protector and cuddle bear. I love being a boy mom and I can’t wait to show you more of our interactions.

GIRL MOM

A real life doll. A spa partner. A shopping, hair and nail buddy. A best friend for life is what you have when you birth a girl. Not to mention you get to have a mini you, attitude and all. lol If you have been following me then you have watched Heaven grow from elementary to middle school. I am finally a mother of a teenager and life is good but different. I am so happy to see what great things my baby girl does.

FUR MAMA

This is my puppy Apollo. I am also a fur mama to an American Bullador (Bull dog and Labrador mix). Apollo is an awesome, protective and loving dog. He has very high energy and sometimes I have a hard time keeping up with him, but I wouldn’t trade him for the world.

HOMEMAKER

Kid fashion, meals, home decor and everything mom lifestyle is what you will uncover in my blog. I love to dress my babies. As a matter of fact, I often dress them similar. They don’t even mind because the looks represent their personal style. I try not to intrude on their individuality and personal style, but I love fashion and dressing for success.

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Stop Stereotyping Career Moms… (Don’t play with us)!

I recently seen a post about career moms not making good homemakers. This led me to create this post. It is assumed that if you have a career and you are a mother, you are more prone to neglect every other aspect of your life, bullshit. I even loss interest in this creators content after… More

Uncomfortable conversations

My daughter was amazed that even at 13 she could possibly be approached with offers of sex, drugs and liquor. One day you are playing with Barbie, the next you are built better than Barbie and getting attention from the opposite sex. Growing up can bring on a mix of emotions for parents and children.… More

Motivating my Teenager with braces

This year has been dedicated to staying on top of health maintenance. Due to covid, we were all behind on our dentist visits so I invested in a waterpik. But there is something about seeing your dentist and orthodontist. This year, Heaven received her braces. She was so excited, since her gap has been her… More

Changes and Children

I had to explain to my son that life would always be changing. Rarely will everything be constant, but change can be beneficial. My son is six, a very smart six year old, but like most children change can be difficult. Family structure, new schools, new living situations, etc are always to be expected as… More

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