“Hello Everyone, I’m Kelly Bundy! Still standing at 28 long, painful and aggressive years. I have three children, 2 girls and a baby boy. I’ve been married to my husband for 3 years now. We haven’t had the pleasure of having any children together yet but he loves mine as his own. I’m an online radio host for 97thebeatfm.com alongside my co host Jamarcus Noe and Dj Ice.”
RAVEN: When did you become a mom?
KELLY: I became a mom in 2007 but unfortunately my child didn’t make it due to complications from my already high risk pregnancy. That very next year I was blessed to carry and give birth to another baby girl.
RAVEN: What is your ultimate goal as a mother?
KELLY: My ultimate goal is to have the government approve and support me and my husbands child support insurance business (Kamronsway.com). We know with the help of the community we can keep so many men and women in our community out of prison and provide jobs to keep them on track with their payments.
RAVEN: What is one life lesson you have learned from your experiences being a mother?
KELLY: The one life lesson I have learned from my experience of being a mother is to raise my children on love and not survival. I want them to grow up and work for everything they want out of life and not feel as though they have to be disloyal, jealous or devilish because of someone else’s success. It’s okay to be happy for others on your level or doing better than you. Learn from your peers.
RAVEN: How do you manage to keep things together for your family? What keeps you going everyday?
KELLY: I manage to keep things together for my family by praying and hustling. I’m motivated by my children and the death of their father. Simply knowing I’m all they have in this world is all the fuel I need to keep going.
RAVEN: If you could go back and make one change in life what would it be?
KELLY: If I could make one change in my life it would be loving others more than I loved myself. I wouldn’t change anything else because this pain I’ve endured has made me the beast I am.
RAVEN: What’s makes each of your children unique?
KELLY: My children are all unique in their own way because they all have purposeful talents that will always be in demand. My oldest daughter, Kemiya is this undeniably identical replica of me. All she needs is a beat and you can count on her showing off her moves. She dreams of being a back up dancer for the stars. She’s a lover and protector by nature. Keriyae is my middle child. She does hair, nails, lashes, make up and makes tutus. My son plays football and has the heart of a lion. He’s only 6 but has an old soul as if he was a lot older. He’s a mamas boy lol.
RAVEN: After becoming a mom, did your love increases for your own mother?
KELLY: After becoming a mom my love didn’t increase because I’ve always had such a great mom but my level of appreciation definitely changed. The sacrifices that she made I didn’t understand then what I know now.
RAVEN: The father of your children is no longer here with us.. How do you keep their spirits high when they are missing their father?
KELLY: Being that my children’s father is deceased, I keep them in good spirits by helping them remember the good memories and reminding them that he’s in a better place.
RAVEN: If you could give one piece of a advice to a new or soon to be mom, what would it be?
KELLY: If I could give one piece of advice to a new or soon to be mom would be to never give up on your children. It will not always be easy and times will get stressful but be there to give unconditional love to your babies. No matter the circumstances God daw you fit so thank him for your blessings by doing right by them.