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On the Other Side of Momming with Tanisia Moore. Because there's more to this #MomLife

On the Other Side of Momming with Tanisia Moore. Because there's more to this #MomLife

By Tee Moore

Hey, Friend, hey! Grab your tea (or favorite drink), sit down, and let's chat a bit. Because I need to know that's there more to motherhood than changing diapers, dropping kids off at the various activities, and all the stuff in between. Because we know that's there's more to this #MomLife. There has to be, right?

On this podcast, we will talk about all of the things. How are we raising these tiny humans while still trying to live out our purpose? This is a safe place for all us moms trying to make the most of this life while still being dope mamas!
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On the side of momming: Sex as a mom

On the Other Side of Momming with Tanisia Moore. Because there's more to this #MomLifeMar 29, 2023

On the side of momming: Sex as a mom
Mar 29, 202351:42
On the side of momming: Grief as a mom

On the side of momming: Grief as a mom

CONTENT WARNING: This episode deals with the grief of a close loved one (parental death). Please take care of your mental space and peace if you decide to listen to this episode. 

Grief is a mutha—shut yo mouth!

What? I’m only talking about grief. At someone point in our lifetime, we will experience grief. Death—like taxes—is the one thing that none of us can avoid. Although, there are some folks who can avoid taxes like the plague. But that’s another topic for another day. 

In this episode, I get to talk to speak with my good sis, Ky Glover, about how she is navigating the loss of her mother. We discuss how grief has changed her world, specifically in the ways she shows up for herself, her family, and those around her. 

Kyla was raised in the fast-growing city of Huntsville, AL. She attended Oakwood University, where she studied  Communications and Business Management. After college, she worked in Corporate America, where she met and married her husband of 13 years. Together they have three children (Markajah, McKenzie, and Edward). In 2011, while climbing the ladder in Corporate America, Kyla started her career as a Makeup Artist. In 2017, she was faced with a decision; move with her transitioning department to Hanover, Maryland or step out on faith and continue growing in her career/calling as a Professional Makeup Artist. She chose faith. Kyla has grown in her career as a makeup artist, as an entrepreneur, as an empowerment speaker, and most of all, as a woman. She is the founder and creator of the “I See You Girl,” a women’s empowerment community with the mission to do sisterhood with a kingdom mindset. Kyla’s life story is full of trials, failures, brokenness, triumphs, successes, and healing. She believes that her life has equipped her with the tools to inspire, give hope, spread love, and share God’s heart for His children. 

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Mar 15, 202301:07:03
On the side of momming: The other side of the empty nest

On the side of momming: The other side of the empty nest

Chile, let's get into this one! If you're like me, you got a while before your kiddos leave the coup (your house). But we need all the tea for those who are getting ready to enter that season when the kids will leave home and venture into this world! Because let's face it, that's a huge transition for YOU, Mama. 

Today, I got an opportunity to talk to my friend, Shannon Steele Crenshaw, as she shares her journey of becoming an empty nester. 

Shannon Steele Crenshaw is a wife, mother of 3, and a business owner. Mrs. Crenshaw has worked in the areas of Mental Health Equality, Higher Education, and Vocational Rehabilitation for over 20 years. Her focus has been on Environmental Trauma and Life Transitions.

She is a proud graduate of Alabama A& M University, where she received her BS degree in Psychology. She received her two master’s degrees from the University of New Orleans in the areas of Higher Education Administration and Human Service Counseling.

She feels that clients honor her by sharing their life and growth with her. She does not hide behind silence or position and highly regards her clients as people. She truly lives by the idea of Supporting People in Achieving Their Best Life.

Mar 01, 202326:43
On the other side of momming: Dating as a single mom

On the other side of momming: Dating as a single mom

Hey, Mama! I heard that the streets are talking about the current dating scene. And from what I'm told there's pee, poop, and other stuff floating around. Make sure you turn the volume on up this episode. No. Seriously. Turn it up. Lol! The audio for Jam was not being friendly. 

Jamila Young is  an attorney and all things healthcare. She loves the outdoors, giving back to her community, working with students, and whipping up a  multitude of dishes in the kitchen. She is the mother of one boy, and he rules the house.

You can connect with her on IG at drhealthsquire229

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And hang with me on IG at tee_moore_writes 

Twitter: TanisiaTeeMoore

Feb 15, 202350:23
On the other side of momming: Divorce as a mom

On the other side of momming: Divorce as a mom

When people get married, the end goal is to stay married "till death do you part." Until it doesn't. 

This phrase is recited alongside a litany of promises made between two people. In theory, when making these vows, the hope is that both parties will remain together forever. With only death separating the two. But what happens when one person no longer wants to uphold those promises? What do you do when someone is harming the other? Or when simply things have changed? 

In today's episode, I talk with my good girlfriend about her divorce. She shares with us how she made that decision, what she hopes her daughters will learn, and her love of jujutsu. Listen, it's the jujutsu for me. 

Shana Keller is the author of BREAD FOR WORDS, A FREDERICK DOUGLASS STORY; TICKTOCK BANNEKER’S CLOCK (2021 Irma S. Black Honor Award); THE PEACH PIT PARADE; FLY, FIREFLY!; and the forthcoming picture books DO YOU KNOW THEM? (Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2024) and THE SOLE MAN (Sleeping Bear Press 2025). She has studied African American history since her first days in college and continues to write and share as many diverse and overlooked stories as possible. Originally from Oklahoma, Shana has lived all over the country and some parts of Europe. She currently calls North Carolina home and is now a single mom of two teenage girls.

When she’s not writing, you can find her on the mats practicing jiujitsu, on the beach running, in the kitchen making pumpkin cupcakes (yes, all year long), or at the library admiring all the books and checking out too many. Connect with Shana online at: Thanks to the generosity of her publisher, Sleeping Bear Press, you can enjoy several of her stories online at: 

Feb 01, 202301:00:17
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On the side of momming: Pregnancy and Infant Loss as a Mom

On the side of momming: Pregnancy and Infant Loss as a Mom

CONTENT WARNING: Pregnancy and loss of infant/child are discussed during this episode. Please use your best judgment when listening to the content within this episode. 

October 15 is known as national pregnancy and infant loss remembrance day. But for those women who have experienced such a devasting loss, know that they won't forget their loss after that day passes. For most of us, we carry the memories of the little humans who didn't make it in our hearts forever. 

According to the March of Dimes website "for women who know they’re pregnant, about 10 to 15 in 100 pregnancies (10 to 15 percent) end in miscarriage." 

On today's episode, I sit down with my good sis, Coretta Collins, to talk about this very sensitive topic. While we discuss our losses, we also want to make sure that we are helping those who act as a support system with how to show up and what (not) to say when this unfortunate life event happens.  

Coretta Collins is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She serves patients with cancer and blood conditions at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital. Additionally, she is a writer who emphasizes health and wellness through her blog Confessions of a Nurse Practitioner. 

She is passionate about pregnancy loss advocacy and has published a book, Mine for a Time, that details her journey with pregnancy loss and provides support for others with similar experiences. She has also authored the CANspiration Journal, an inspirational journal specifically for people fighting cancer. With her experience in oncology, primary care, and women’s health she enjoys imparting knowledge in an engaging and practical way. Moreover, she is a wife and mother of one angel baby and three rainbow babies. She enjoys family time, music, movies, traveling, speaking, reading, and writing. 

For more information, visit her website at

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Oct 12, 202201:19:04
On the other side of momming: Burnout as a mom

On the other side of momming: Burnout as a mom

Friend, listen, it is can be rough out here in these motherHOOD streets. We are carrying a full load for a role that is often thankless, but yet we show up every day. We're expected to be moms, partners, co-workers, friends, and everything else. Oh, let's not forget we have to put on lotion, drink water, and work outIn. The question becomes: how Sway?? 

On today's episode, I sit down with my girl, Jem Chambers-Black, to discuss how we are managing mommy burnout. Not to mention this episode was done with the computer dying, a sick kid at home, and of course, an episode is not complete without some type of shenanigans happening. This is motherhood in real life! LOL! 

 Jem cannot say that reading and writing came naturally. Rather, these interests were inspired by pizza. At seven, her school offered free Pizza Hut and Shakey’s Pizza coupons as a reward for reading books, and Jem was sold. Eventually, the books held more interest than the pizza ever did. From reading, writing soon followed.

Born in Washington, D.C., but now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three kids. She spent more than a decade as an Assistant  Director for film and television. She is now a literary agent for the number one literary agency in the U.S., Andrea Brown Literary Agency, where she reps clients both in children and adult literature.

When  Jem is not reading or editing–which doesn’t leave many hours in the day–she will most likely be found binge-watching something on Netflix or  Disney Plus with her family. 

You can find out more about her at

She also Jemiscoe across all the social media platforms. 

Sep 28, 202201:02:46
On the other side of momming: Mental Health as a Mom

On the other side of momming: Mental Health as a Mom

CONTENT WARNING: As you listen to this episode, there is mention of suicide, depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. Please take care as you listen to this episode. I have provided resources if you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis. Please know that you're not alone and there is help.

In today's episode, I sit down with my best friend and law partner, Jam, to talk about how our mental health has been affected since becoming mothers. Let's face it —ish gets real after the kids come into play. As moms, we are constantly on the go that we can never seem to find a moment to ourselves just to breathe and relax. Together, Jam and I share our stories on how we are both navigating our mental peace. Because at the end day, we must protect it at all costs to show for our children and ourselves.

Jamila Young is a health equity advocate, a dreamer, a public speaker, and a lifelong believer in giving back to others. She is a partner and co-owner at Moore and Young Legal Solutions, a professor at Georgia State University, and a program coordinator for the Wellstar Ethics program. Prior to her current roles, she served for several years in the fields of health policy and health advocacy working in local, statewide, and federal positions. She enjoys pouring into others to motivate and inspire them to live their best life physically and mentally.

Jamila is a native of Albany, Georgia, and received her B.A. in English from Kennesaw State University, her JD from the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University School of Law, and her LL.M in Health Law and Policy from Hofstra University. Outside of work, she has served in multiple volunteer capacities as a Board member at Feminist Women's Health Center, the 2019-2021 president of Kennesaw State University Black Alumni Society, and currently as the immediate past president, a member of the North Suburban Atlanta Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.,  a 2021 New Leaders Council Fellow, and a 2019 Young Gamechargers fellow. Jamila is an advocate in the field of DEI, autism, and maternal mortality. She is a proud mother of one amazing son, Tre.

You can connect with Jamila on Instagram at drhealthsquire229.

And remember if you are experiencing a mental health crisis, know that you are NOT alone. Call the Suicide Prevention and Helpline at 988. If you're looking for a therapist, you can reach out to these organizations:

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Better Help

Therapy for Black Girls

Sep 14, 202252:44
On the other side of momming: Unlearning as a mom

On the other side of momming: Unlearning as a mom

Most of how a person learns to parent come from how they were parented. So, it is no surprise the things we may have disliked the most growing up we find ourselves repeating when it comes to our children. And the same can be said regarding the things we love, about our parents. But the reality is they didn't always get it right. And unfortunately, parenting doesn't come with a guide. No matter how many books are written on the topic, parenting is something you learn on the go.

In today's episode, I sit down with my good sis, Maisha Oso, and talk about what are some of the things she is unlearning on her journey as a mother. We both discovered from our conversation that real change starts from within. We even touch a bit on the mommy comparison factor that comes into play with how we may show up. Because these Pinterest and IG moms can make it look so easy. Take a listen as we go on the other side of unlearning as a mom and facing our trauma. 

About today's guest

Maisha Oso is the author of BUSTER THE BULLY, Welbeck Kids 2021, and the forthcoming picture books, MY HAIR IS A BOOK, Harper Collins 2024, and BEFORE THE SHIPS, Scholastic 2024.  She writes stories to empower, entertain, and encourage emotional intelligence in young children.  A former strategy & analytics professional from New York City, Maisha is currently working in her most challenging role to date:  a stay-at-home mom of three tiny humans.

When she’s not writing, you can find her wrangling her kids, binge-watching an unhealthy amount of reality television, or belting out lyrics from the Hamilton soundtrack.  After living abroad for several years in Africa, Maisha and her family have recently moved back stateside to Alpharetta, Georgia. Connect with Maisha on social at:

Aug 31, 202201:06:09
On the other side of momming: Finding joy as a mom

On the other side of momming: Finding joy as a mom

When we decide to become mothers, it is easy to get lost in the day-to-day of raising our family, working, and doing all the things. Before we know it, we have lost sight of the things that bring us joy. Most moms spend a lot of time trying to relive the days before we had the tiny humans. Hoping that we will find our groove again. Only to discover that those things that used to give us life no longer do. What does that mean? 

In this episode, Ebony Lynn Mudd shares with us how to find joy in our motherhood. And y'all, there's level to this thing! 

Ebony Lynn Mudd writes picture books and novels for underrepresented kids who don’t see themselves portrayed positively in the media—she is represented by Erin Murphy of Erin Murphy Literary Agency.  

She spends her time fighting fiercely against inequalities, toxic masculinity, and gender stereotypes. As a former professional dancer and current owner of a tuition-free dance company, she is a bridge for underprivileged kids that hope to work in the arts. She’s energized by the creative freedom that choreographing moves to music gives her and often compares it to creating stories on a blank page. 

Her other interests include all-you-can-eat sushi, quoting Phoebe from the T.V. show FRIENDS, and eating anything edible that she didn’t have to cook. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, a member of the admin team for Black Creators HQ, a co-founder of the PB Rising Stars Mentorship Program, and she’s launching her own writing courses in October 2022.

You can learn more about her courses for writers on her website at Also, make sure to find her social media at Ebony Lynn Mudd. 

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