As a blogger this is exciting, my first letter asking for advice. I gave my two sense of the situation but I welcome your persecutive of the situation too. 

Dear Apparently You Didn’t Know,


I saw your repost of Wendy Williams going off on the girl dating a married man. It made me reflect on my current situation. Just to clarify I am not and repeat am not dating a married man. However the person I am seeing currently lives with his kids mom. They have one child together and live in the north east (which we know how expensive it is there). A bit of a background of me, I have been married before and I am currently in my 30s. This started as way for me to get over someone else. The guy was upfront and honest about it , which is more than I can say for most men I've dated. Now it has grown into much more. Several I love yous, please don't leave, and its only been four months. I feel wrong asking him to leave because I keep thinking where is he going to go if he leaves and I am so not ready to move in with anyone I'm seeing at the moment. However the chemistry we have js unlike anything I have ever experienced. I am not even referring to the sex. I talking about how we play, joke, smile, and laugh with each other. We were out of town and he was trying to convince me we should go get married right then and there. It reminds you of the love in the movie the notebook. Its intoxicating. I've never loved and have been loved like this before. I know the perfect guy doesn't come rapped in a bow, everything starts from somewhere. I believe that nothing worth having comes easy and sometimes you have to fight for what you want. But I am morally torn. 


any advise you can give would be great


respectfully confused drunk in love


Dear Confused Drunk In Love,

Honestly, you should have never accepted the 1st date but at this point it sounds like you are in too deep to even cut things off on your own free will.

You put great emphasis on the fact that you are not sleeping with a married man but lets be clear you are in LOVE with a man that is not necessarily yours, he lives with another women.  Is he telling you that he’s not sleeping with his baby mama? If so, do you believe him?  Cause I highly doubt that he’s living under the same roof but not sleeping with her. He’s absolutely lying about the circumstances surrounding why they live together. As a single women, I find myself running into Mr. I live with my baby mama but we not together too. Men are changing tactics no more lying telling you they single that requires a lot of work. They tell you half-truths. Telling you that he lives with his baby mama makes it so that you wont be asking to spend the night or allow you to nag him with other relationship type questions that every man dreads.

The reason that you are even questioning this relationships is because you are not comfortable with being the other woman and the shame that comes along with being a man that is not yours. You deserve better and you know it.

If you are willing to deal with the drama that is sure to come along with sleeping with a man that hasn’t ended his relationship with his almost ex then I’m going to tell you like I tell my girlfriends if you like it, I love it. 









Why I Chose Not To Be A Bitter Baby Momma..

by: GeGe Pierre

Maybe it’s just me but I find the term “baby momma” to be so disrespectful. To me it’s a negative connotation of an unwed woman birthing bastard children. I prefer the term, child’s mother. Yes, I know it’s the same thing but the term baby momma just screams DRAAAMA!! I often hear stories of “baby mommas” putting their child’s father through hell.  A baby momma will keep the kids from seeing their father and put him on child support even when he is doing his part. A baby momma will tell their friends and family misinformation on how negligent the father is. A baby momma will spend her child support payment on bundles, stiletto nails, and Instagram boutique sales to get right for a Lil’ Boosie concert while her kids have Kool-Aid for dinner. A baby momma has no regards or respect for her child’s father. She will scheme, con, and become vengeful and spiteful. Sounds draining, huh? Why would a woman want to go through all that? Well, because she is upset that the father of her child(ren) does not want to be with her or she is upset that he has moved on. She goes on a tirade when things don’t go her way and is quite delusional. She refuses to believe that whatever she and the father of her child(ren) had is nonexistent. I am not trying to say that is ALWAYS the case when it comes to co-parenting, but when I hear “baby momma”, or “baby daddy” that is the dramatics I envision. 

Don’t get me wrong, I am not perfect or holier than thou. I am the mother of an infant and not with the father. He and I felt despite the circumstances, being cordial for the sake of our daughter was more important. Him being in her life and providing is all that I ask.. I am not spiteful, vindictive, or vengeful. I chose to have a baby by a man that was not my husband so he really can’t get all the blame. At the end of the day, we have a beautiful little girl to raise. My energy is reared towards raising a future queen, teaching her to never settle, and to always keep God in her life. I DO NOT have time to waste negative energy on her father because shit didn’t work out. It is what it is. If it is meant to be, it’ll be. If not, wipe those tears, pray to God daily, and chuck up the deuces.

Hey. I am GeGe and I am a happy mother of a five month old daughter.