So initially I told yall that I would start off with my current playlist. These are some cool song titles and authors that I listen to and enjoy!
Playlist 1. Drake--Nice for what; 2. Drake--Diplomatic Immunity 3. Trouble, Mike Will made-it, Drake--Bring it back; 4. PnB Rock--voicememowav.4; 5. Dreezy, Wale--Afford my Love; 6. CyHi the Prynce--No Dope on Sundays 7. Stokely--Level; 8. Stokely--Organic; 9. Dre Walton--90's R&B; And the whole 10. J-Cole--KOD album.
As I get Older, that's just what it is, I'm getting older, but I Love Music, it helps my spirit. I like to hear good beats and stories. I love to see individuals step outside the box and play with words and use their imagination. Its the artist in me. Yes I did say Artist, I am an artist at heart. I have a vision and sometimes it's so extensive. So... not to go on a rant, let me know what you think of my playlist. Maybe someone can shoot me one back! On to the topic of the blog:
I recently co-hosted My Loud Radio and Stony had the topic, Would you be mad about your husband or boyfriend getting their child's mother a mothers day gift?
There may be a lot of mixed feelings on this topic and especially in a really messy situation. As we all know there are those fucked up and messy situations, but none-the-less, when a child is involved, there has to be some level of maturity. To answer the question, No I don't thing there is anything wrong with a man getting the mother of his child a gift or taking the child to get a gift for Mom. I think it's honorable for a man to show his child/children that no matter what he respects their mom. It's respectful in my eyes. Most times when a woman has a problem with her man doing things like that, there is a deeper rooted issue. Either, we as a woman, have some underlying trust issues, maybe with ourselves, or with our man. I may be wrong, but I can only speak from my opinion of the situation. If me and my child's father were not together anymore, I would still feel good to know he acknowledges that I am a good mom to the creation we made in unison. I think it is to be respected as such, nothing more, nothing less. A simple "Happy Mothers Day" call is respected as well.
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