The Single Moms Club Movie {and Giveaway}

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I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting(#MC) for Lionsgate and The Single Moms Club movie. I received promotional item and a prize pack as a thank you for my participation.

Lytia (Cocoa Brown) and Hakim (Devion Harris) in Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club.

Lytia (Cocoa Brown) and Hakim (Devion Harris) in Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club.

Raising a child is not an easy task and it’s even harder when you’re doing that solo. When I had my daughter, I never thought I would become a single mom. It didn’t really hit me that my support system had dwindled in half until I had to fill out the emergency contact section on my daughter’s school forms. Who would pick her up if I wasn’t available? My family lives two states away, her dad lives even further…then it hit me. My friends. The friends who encouraged me to move back to Kansas and said they would help in anyway they could.

On March 14th, Lionsgate releases The Single Moms Club, a story of five struggling single Moms who put aside their differences in the midst of a school dilemma with their kids to form a support group. Throughout their journey, the five women find inspiration and laughter in their new sisterhood and help each other overcome the obstacles that stand in their way.

The Single Moms Club is directed by and stars Tyler Perry as well as Amy Smart, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Cocoa Brown, Zulay Henao and Nia Long. I’ve always been a fan of Tyler Perry’s movies because of his ability to wrap real life issues with humor seamlessly. The Madea movies? Always leave me laughing.  So I can’t wait to see his spin on The Single Moms Club!

May (Nia Long) and Rick (Massai Z. Dorsey) in Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club.

May (Nia Long) and Rick (Massai Z. Dorsey) in Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club.

Here are a few words of wisdom from the movie:

From the character Lytia on Parenting: “Just take it one snotty nose and one diaper at a time darlin’”

From the character May on Being a Single Mom: “You see it’s not so bad.  You cry, but soon you laugh”

From the character of Peter on Life: “You don’t have to be good at starting over, you just have to be good at letting go”

Just from the trailer and quotes alone, I know it will a movie I not only can relate to, but also can expect an evening of great laughs!  To make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun, head over and like The Single Moms Club Facebook page.

Enter the Giveaway

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Comments

  1. Hmm… I didn’t expect to be so territorial of my kids! Mama Bear is a whole other thing when dealing with my kids!!!

  2. I didn’t expect for people (including strangers) to dole out unsolicited parenting advice.

  3. I didn’t expect to be as terrified as I am to send them out into the world – even if that “world” is just the playground!

  4. I didn’t expect the overwhelming, super intense love/emotions that come with motherhood.

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