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Welcome to the Party! Thank you for deciding to visit Brown Hue Mommy Tribe. As a mother of 2 boys I know that the Motherhood journey is both beautiful and difficult. It is filled with lots of questions and concerns of whether you are doing things “right.” When oldest turned 15 months old, he started acting rare and unusual (Laughing Out Loud) to say the least; more tantrums, more moments of standing his ground and testing the boundaries to see how far he could go. Momma, trust me when I say that I was going through it and then some. All that to say, the struggles and the difficulties of mommy-ing are not widely discussed enough. As a result, moms—both new and seasoned—are left feeling isolated and alone. Mommy-ing is a taxing experience with no accolades and awards given. Therefore, moms may find themselves more frustrated, overwhelmed, exhausted, and unappreciated more than they feel joyous, rewarded, valued and grateful. Brown Hue Mommy Tribe was born out of my strong desire to create a space for mommies who look like me. My hope and prayer are that Brown Hue Mommy Tribe will be an add-on to your already existing support team. As the only lady in my house, I know that I could use a space to vibe with other women who are mothers and can relate to the joys and frustrations that make up my Motherhood journey. Not only can they relate, but they can be a resource; sharing their successes and failures, offering tips and suggestions on what to try without judgement, and reminding me of all the ways I am awesome. Momma, you deserve that as well!
A SUPPORT TEAM MATTERS
Brown Hue Mommy Tribe is a therapeutic group for Mommies of Color, where the primary goal is to normalize the woes of Motherhood and celebrate YOU in the process. This is achieved through group sessions, philanthropic missions, and events all in an effort to curve postpartum depression. You deserve to have a support team or a tribe in your corner cheering you on. You deserve to hear that you are doing an amazing job showing up daily as your best self for your little person, despite life’s challenges.
Binghamton University - B.A. in Human Development
University Of Chicago - A.M. in Social Work
Certification- License Clinical Social Worker