Author. Speaker. One dope mama.
Here’s the Tee…
Tanisia “Tee” Moore is a revered voice of African American storytelling. She is the author of After the Storm, an inspiring tale of redemption, restoration, and revelation. For Tee, writing is her avenue for giving hope, sharing life’s lessons, and sparking imaginations. Known affectionately as “your family’s favorite author”, Tee writes uplifting work for all ages which includes but is not limited to, children’s picture books, fun middle grade novels, young adult novels and adult romance novels. She has work published in the Alabama News, Medium, and Readers Digest and a TEDx talk on motherhood and entrepreneurship. Her work speaks from the soul, tapping into unknown worlds to give her community a new perspective – a passion that permeates outside of her love for writing.
Tee is a proud alumna of Clark Atlanta University—where she majored in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in radio— and Florida A&M University College of Law. When Tee isn’t putting pen to paper, she co-owns and operates Moore Legal Solutions, LLC (d/b/a Moore and Young Legal Solutions), a virtual boutique law firm. With her unique understanding of the eclectic and imaginative nature of creatives, she assists clients in protecting their art (written, painted, recorded, etc.).
Originally from Southern California, Tee now lives in the southern belle state of Alabama where she is a loving, compassionate (and sometimes crazy) wife and mother.
To read Tee’s work, visit https://linktr.ee/moteellc.
On the Other Side of Momming
Hey, Friend, hey! Grab your tea (or favorite drink), sit down, and let’s chat a bit on my motherhood podcast. Because I need to know that’s there more to motherhood than changing diapers, dropping kids off at the various activities, and all the stuff in between. Because we know that’s there’s more to this #MomLife. There has to be, right? On this podcast, we will talk about all of the things. How are we raising these tiny humans while still trying to live out our purpose? This is a safe place for all us moms trying to make the most of this life while still being dope mamas!
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Sydney turned 3.OMG. I can’t believe this.My 7 week early preemie is 3.My answered prayer in human form is 3.My baby who needed extra cuddles and loving is 3.In these 3 years, things have changed. Our lives are different. Add in the new baby, and our life as a family looks starkly different than it did in 2014.Motherhood just might have snatched my edges in the last 3 years. Literally and figuratively.Motherhood just might have made me rethink my WHOLE life in the last 3 years.However, none of
This week has been pretty good. Let me be clear: it hasn’t been an easy week, but a good one. What do I mean? We have things happen in our lives that reveal the good things in life in the midst of difficult situations. Let me explain.My family have experienced great loss in the past few months.LOSS. LOSS. LOSS.Grandmothers. Uncles. Aunts. Dreams. Visions. Perspectives.I’m realizing that loss is a part of life. There is nothing we can do about it. We have to take the loss and determine the good.
Hey! It’s Tee, and I’ve been away for a while trying to get my life. LOL. When I say the last few months have been BUSY, the word busy maybe an understatement. Working to ensure work-life balance and becoming a business boss has kept me moving for the past few weeks. You know it’s always more difficult to get your own life in order than it is to help people. So, that’s what I’ve been doing. I’ve made mistakes and learned lessons, and I wanted to share the mistakes I’ve made and the lessons I’ve
Being a mom is an incredible blessing. One that I do not take for granted, especially with all that I went through to become a mother. I know that I am blessed. That goes without saying. However, there are days… no… scratch that. There have been weeks, maybe even months, where I felt like my patience has been spent. Moments where I wanted to curl up in a ball and beg for mercy because the load became overbearing. Nights where I cried myself to sleep because I was failing at this thing called
Hey! Hey! I know you all get tired of me stopping and starting this blog. Hopefully, this will be my last time having to stop and start. There have been a lot of changes that have transpired since my last blog post last year. So without further adeu let me get right to it all. 1. I had another baby! I think when I last left you all, I shared that we were expecting again. Maybe. I don’t remember. I still have baby brain leftover from this last pregnancy. Speaking of last pregnancy… unless the
As the title says, August was National Breastfeeding Month. I was hoping to get a post in to share my journey before August ended, but I did not quite make the deadline. 🙂 Nevertheless, I still figured I would write about it anyways. So here is the short and sweet of my breastfeeding journey. Most of you are aware that Beans was born early (click here to read about her birth). It is common for preemies to struggle with breastfeeding. Beans was no exception. The first time she latched I was
I love the month of August. The kids are back in school (I don’t know about that life yet), summer is starting to wind up, and football is coming back!! I watched a preseason NFL game last Sunday, and I was in heaven! If any of you have been following my posts, then you are aware of my L-O-V-E for the sport of football. I am hoping that Beans will be able to fit her Falcons onesie. Lol!But before I get I go to deep with my love affair with football. Can we talk about the 2016 Olympics?! They
Death has a way of putting things in perspective, and forcing us to face reality. We are all on borrowed time. However, it is different when know you will die. What if you knew you only had a few hours, days, months or years to live? Would you go after those dreams you been talking about? Would you start that business? Would reach out to that loved one that hurt you and forgive them? Would you slap your mama for a million dollars? Gotcha! Just wanted to lighten it up a bit. But you get my point.
Hey everyone! I hope your day has been amazing. Even if your day was not as you planned, remember that your life could be so much worse. I had to tell myself that a few times today. Today was definitely not my day, and not because it was Monday. It was not a horrible day, by any means. It was just one of those days.Any way, last week I faced one of my fears. I stepped out and auditioned for my church’s praise and worship team. My nerves were on 10!!! But I did it… I stepped out and confronted
A little Moore Tee…
- Gradute of Clark Atlanta University and Florida A&M University College of Law
- Member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
- Former radio personality for WSTU 98.1 FM (Nisia Skyy the fly diva of the airways)
- Loathes all things that slither, creep, and crawl
- Sang to win tickets to an Usher concert (won them!)
- Routinely hides snacks in the house
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