Rhonda James

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Rhonda James was born and raised here in Charleston. She received her Bachelor's degree in Mass Communications from Claflin University where she also met her husband, Leo. Rhonda is a first time mom to a bouncing baby boy. She works full-time as a Museum Program Coordinator and also managers her personal lifestyle blog,Walks of Motherhood. Spending time with her family is her greatest moments. She is also a sucker for Game of Thrones, Grey's Anatomy, Starbucks Tevana Tea, and French Fries.

When to Dig a Little Deeper

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Our son was recently diagnosed with autism and echolalia. And although my husband and I had a hunch of what his diagnosis would be, it didn’t make it any easier to hear. He was about...

Five Things I’ve Learned In My Five Years Of Marriage

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Last month, my husband and I celebrated five years in marriage. Some may say we're still babies in the game and that we have a long way to go. But for me, I feel...

Why I Love My Weighted Blanket

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My husband bought me a weighted blanket recently, and I must say it is the best present I’ve ever received. Unless you live under a rock, weighted blankets have become quite popular. I started to notice advertisements for them...

The Valuable Lessons 2020 Has Taught Me

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If you were anything like me at the start of 2020, you likely told yourself that it was going to be the best year. I had high hopes for clarity, purpose, reaching my goals,...

Getting Rid of Old Baby Stuff

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The other morning I walked into my kitchen preparing to make myself some hot tea. I opened my kitchen cabinet that houses my coffee mugs and to the far left are some old baby...

Awesome YouTube Channels For Fun Learning With Your Toddler

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Being a first-time mom, I wasn’t entirely sure how to introduce the essential ABCs, colors, numbers, and shapes to my son. At the time my husband and I didn’t have cable television subscription and...

I Didn’t Know I Could Be a Good Mother

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There are days I’m still in awe to be a mother. I watch my son run and play around the backyard, and on the inside, I’m saying to myself, “That’s my kid.” Motherhood wasn’t...

Dear Mom Pooch

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Hey, mom pooch. I know. We don't talk too often, but I think it’s time we have a little chat. Over the last few years, we’ve built what I like to think is a love-hate...
warned me

No One Warned Me About The Day He Won’t Need My Help

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My son has recently shown interest in doing puzzles. He's always loved his preschool puzzles- the ones where you match the farm animals to its proper place. But lately, he's been interested in the...

To My Son, I Hope I’m Doing This Right

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To my son, when mommy brought you into this world I promised I would be the best mommy ever. That I would be there for you no matter what. That I would be the...