This is my Isaiah. He is 10 years old now. Never knew how one person could be so impactful in my life. Just a decade ago, my world was all about me. What dance class I was going to attend, what I needed to do to prepare for the next Nyahbhinghi gathering, making money, my man, and my fiends. Over the last decade I have learned to truly prioritize and focus on what is truly important. Now instead of preparing for dance class, I am preparing my son for speech therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Instead of focusing on making money, I only engage in career activities that gives me the most money for the least amount of time. The man is no longer in the picture, because we do not share the same values about family, and I am a stay at home Mompreneur to work around doctor appointments and Isaiah’s sick days. Talk about a 180 degree turn. I am so thankful for him in my life. He brings me so much joy and unconditional love. He gives me purpose and meaning. He lights up my world and makes everything worth it. He is my superhero for being so brave with his epilepsy and departure of his father from his life. I am truly amazed on how resilient he is despite all the adversity in his life. It is worth the dirty diapers, the long nights, the trips to the doctors, the cleaning up after a meal, and the sore throat from singing so many lullabies, and Reiki treatments for ear infections and to keep him calm. His unconditional love has made me a more caring, compassionate person to all of mankind and I live to get just one of his sweet wet kisses on my cheek or a hug with him patting me on the back. I am so honored that he has chosen to be his vessel to come through and have no idea why he thinks that I am the perfect guide for him in life. I have complete confidence in his decision to choose me. Yes, Little ol’ me to be his Mama. I hope and pray I give him justice and be of service to him in any way that I can with a grateful heart all the days of his life.