Meet Sherie Anne Caton

July 13, 2017

Her thoughts on motherhood:I can remember back in 2004 when I gave birth to my beautiful daughter Jahzara, I had no idea how I would have managed. I vowed from the day that the nurses placed her in my hands that I was going to give up everything and raise her the best way I could. It wasn’t easy at all in the beginning, but with the help of my family and friends, I was able to be the best mom I could be. I gave up partying, dressing up and changing my hair style every week. She was an asthmatic child so I had to make sacrifices to get my own vehicle so that in the event of an emergency I was prepared.

I became a mother again in 2007. I gave birth to another princess Jahziyah and again in 2011, to a handsome lil prince Jahzir Samir. It was like deja vu all over again. I wouldn’t trade having my kids for nothing or no one because I love my kids out of this world and there’s nothing I wouldn’t do for them at any given time. From day one I vowed none of my kids will ever get left behind and that I will always be there for them in whatever way I needed to be.

You know what else I enjoy about being a mother? The feeling of appreciation and love by the ones you love the most. What I hate the most is when they get sick because when they do, I become sick. My kids are growing together even though they have different personalities and they fight at times, at the end of the day I am grooming them to always have each other’s back no matter the situation.

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