The Momming Journey

24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

Teaching.  It's a calling, they say.  It must be, for it warrants a crap ton of work for very little pay.  Most teachers will say they love what they do.  They love their kids.  Why else do anything, especially when there isn't much money involved.  Bills do still need to get paid, don't you know. … Continue reading 24 Questions You Should Ask Your Child’s Teacher Before Back to School Night

Army Life, Mom Life, Parenting, The Army Life Journey, The Momming Journey

What Your Early Childhood Teacher Wants You to Know

“It’s a rare person who can take care of hearts as well as take care of business”- Unknown I spent a total of 2 years working for Child and Youth Services (CYS), an organization that caters to the needs of the families assigned to Army installations throughout the world.  Part of the CYS structure includes… Continue reading What Your Early Childhood Teacher Wants You to Know

Mom Life, Parenting, The Momming Journey

What The World Didn’t Tell You About…

PRESCHOOLERS Hello there!  If you are like me, then most likely you have crossed that magical threshold into parenthood, or you are patiently awaiting your initiation.  If you are in the latter group, then let me be the first to welcome you to the club.  Hi.  Robin here.  Member (and Tired) since 2010.   Like most… Continue reading What The World Didn’t Tell You About…

Identity, Mom Life, Parenting, The Cultural Journey, The Momming Journey

The Black Child’s Parent’s Burden

Recently, my son Noah has taken an interest in history, especially in historical figures.  He’s become fascinated especially with US presidents, which all in all makes sense since he is learning about money and various denominations.  In light of this, and in addition to my own history obsession, I have begun to collect biographies for… Continue reading The Black Child’s Parent’s Burden