I was inspired by motherhood to be who I am

I was inspired by motherhood to be who I am

I held a newborn baby yesterday. A sweet itty bitty, curled up newborn. If I had been alone with him, I would have sniffed his head, and pulled off his socks to look at his itty bitty toes.

I honestly can't remember in the eleven years since Christopher was born if I've held another baby. Not because I didn't want to, but the opportunity never presented itself.

I thought that by this time in life, I'd have three kids of my own and motherhood would be my life.

I wanted motherhood to be my life because up until then, I didn't know what else I could be.

It wasn't until I was in the throws of motherhood that I said, this isn't it. This isn't all that I'm meant to be.

When our my husband's photography business took off and I was in the throws of helping him I said, "This isn't it. This isn't all I am meant to be."

Alas, I am not the old mother in the shoe, nor have I ever been the type. When asked how come I don't have any more children, I can come up with a whole laundry list of truths. 


As my bio snippet reads,

I am Kenya G. Johnson, a Writer, a Mom, a Photographer's Wife, and the published Author of The Christopher Chronicles


I AM A BOOK WRITER. I AM A STORYTELLER. I am A writer.

I AM MY BRAND. I AM THE GENRE THAT I WRITE. 


The Christopher Chronicles series just happens to be my 1st published work. 

 A page from TCC 2.0

 A page from TCC 2.0

I didn't know by this time in my life, I would have published anything. 

With this third time's a charm release, I am praying for the solid foundation to build my authorship and become all that I'm meant to be.

My latest book will be available in just a few weeks and is available for pre-order now

When I was just 10 years old, I thought that by this time in life, I'd be an author.

But really, I had no idea it would be my truth. 

This post is linked up with Finish the Sentence Friday, hosted by Kristi Campbell at Finding Ninee, where the prompt this week is, I thought that by this time in life, I'd....

Some things change. Some things remain the same.

Some things change. Some things remain the same.

A Look Inside The Christopher Chronicles 2.0

A Look Inside The Christopher Chronicles 2.0

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