Felicia Johnson is a freelance writer and blogger. She received her Master of Arts degree in Communications from Trinity Washington University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications at West Virginia State University. She served as the Manager of Membership, Marketing, and Administration for the International Wood Products Association in Alexandria, VA and also served as the editor of chief for the International Wood magazine and Buyers guide for consumers in the imported wood industry. She currently serves as a 4-year contributing writer for Grace Magazine at the First Baptist Church of Glenarden. She was also a contributing writer for the Examiner online newsletter. In 2012, Felicia received a certificate of appreciation for volunteering as a grant reviewer for the United Way Capital Campaign. Recently, she started a brand new blog www.myjurneesjourney.com where she shares inspiring messages to mothers about her journey raising her daughter. Felicia currently resides in Cheltenham, MD with her husband Thomas Johnson and daughter Jurnee Johnson. She can be contacted at [email protected]
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Hello My Fellow Bloggers! First of all, I want to apologize for my delayed post. Being a mom is truly a lot of work! Watching Jurnee everyday literally takes up my entire schedule to the point where I'm not able to post regularly like I want. However, I'm working on it.
What exactly is equal parenting? It consists of shared responsibilities parents provide for their children. It is also the act of taking care of specific tasks in the household. When my daughter Jurnee was born, my husband & I literally had to discuss a "game plan" since we were new parents.