Sunshine the Conservative Mom, meets ehr first love, a military man named Brandon. They marry quickly and she begins raising a family. But sunshine does not always come when you expect it.
Who am I? Hello, I’m Sunshine and I am many, many things. I’m a 29-year-old mother of three, divorcee, Christian, Army Veteran, Stay-at-Home Mom… oh, and a registered Republican. Intrigued yet? Like many of my peers, I was raised by a single mother in sunny Orlando, Florida. Sure, Florida is definitely South if you’re looking … Continue reading Sunshine the Conservative Mom
People ask me all the time why I am willing to drive my children across town to a school, that's not in the "best neighborhood." The black guy has his armed crossed for a reason. Ijs. My response is both simple and complex. For one, the schools they are zoned to attended are not the … Continue reading The FEAR by Queen feat. Marcus the Visual
So there's this notion in motherhood that, your children are supposed to be better dressed than you as a mother. And that it's ok if you walk around looking like a rag doll, as long as your children are well kept. You have minimal standards. You wear sweats, mini-you wears jeans. The world smiles on your mothering skills and 'sacrifice'.
I know mom jeans are making a comeback, but not with me. I'm not ready to pull out my Levi's 550 just yet. Instead, I find myself in a strange space when it comes to fashion, especially as mom. Let me take you back. So my love for fashion really didn't start until about middle … Continue reading Mom Jeans? But Why.
Who am I? If you didn't read that in the Petey Pablo "Raise Up" voice, then we are not the same. No, but seriously -- Who am I? I am the Queen. (Ask my kids, they'll tell ya! 😂) I am a 30-year old mother, wife, sister, daughter, and friend. I have been married to … Continue reading Meet the Queen
Be sure to follow me @mai.stiles on Instagram because I post a lot of cool looks on my instastories but I will share my favorite weekly findings here! In fashion, trends come and go. Even the trends that go down burning in flames of hideousness, somehow make their way back again. Fashion is a big … Continue reading T(M)omboy Chic.
1. Expecting people not to judge is like asking people not to breathe. You just hope to find people that don't do either too loudly.
I orginally started out writing about business. It ended up a reflection on my personal privilege as I begin this entrepreneurial journey... Again. Lmao. My family is far from perfect... For the first 12 or 13 Christmases of my life I have strong memories of the taste of glue in my mouth. Along with memories of my mom's candied pecans … Continue reading On Privilege — Family Ties