New motherhood is my life. As an Obstetrician, I see mothers and fathers in their first dear-in-headlights moments of parenthood. Worrying about your children is every parent’s right and it starts in the womb. Am I eating enough? Am I drinking enough? Am I reaching too high? Am I bending too low? Will the baby be healthy? Continue reading “I worried about not being a good mom. Now I give zero fudges!”
Hey, T’Challa said it, not me.
T’Challa: You would make a great Queen [meaning wife] if you weren’t so stubborn.
Nakia: It is because I am so stubborn that I would make an excellent wife, if that’s what I wanted.
I promise that I will not be blogging Insecure think pieces for the rest of my life. For now, it is my obsession, with so many pearls that a gynecologist such as myself can tackle. As a lady doctor, I am kind of a consultant. A Vagina Consultant- helping women keep their bodies and often their minds healthy. There is nothing like a real-life bad boy to generate some business for me. Continue reading “Bad Bad Bad Bad Boys, They Make Me Feel So Goo-u-uud”
I still remember that the first movie sex scene I ever saw was when Terri’s husband bumped and grinded his cousin-in-law up against a wall in Soul Food. This was such pivotal scene that almost got Miles from Fake After Seven killed! It also felt so “hard-core” to me back then. I mean, I was born and RAISED in the church. Who knew that exactly 20 years later Lawrence and Tasha would be doing a butt-naked side bang and it would be just a regular day? Continue reading “Sex, Lies and HBO Insecure-ities: The Untold Story About Sex And Lady Parts”