Mommy & Me
Andrew and Uncle Rusty rate movies…

Andrew and Uncle Rusty rate movies…

May 23, 2020

When a big time Hollywood studio asks Andrew to review one of their movies, he ditches his mom and calls a friend to help co-host the Mommy & Me Podcast. It's Uncle Rusty Gatenby to the rescue! A long time award winning film critic, Rusty gives Andrew the right recipe to rating motion pictures.

COVID cancels Andrew’s first year of high school

COVID cancels Andrew’s first year of high school

May 16, 2020

During their Mommy & Me Podcast, Sheletta tells Andrew that even if classes open up for the fall, he will continue distance learning and she won't be allowing any of her children on a school campus. Andrew is distraught that he'll miss out on his first year of high school.

#CopingWithCovid19: Black Boys

#CopingWithCovid19: Black Boys

May 9, 2020

Sheletta's son Andrew had an emotional breakdown after being cooped up in the house because of the coronavirus. Tears were shed, yelling ensued, hugs were handed out and a counselor had to be called in to help. This mother-son duo share their emotional journey of healing during the pandemic to help others.

Andrew wants to watch R-rated movies…

Andrew wants to watch R-rated movies…

May 2, 2020

On this week's episode of the Mommy & Me Podcast on #SHElettaMakesMeLaugh, Andrew makes the case for why, at just 13-years-old, he's "mature" enough to watch R-rated movies. When his plea fell on deaf ears, he tried to convince his mama that it would benefit his knowledge of black history if he was able to watch Jordan Peele's horror flick "Us". 

Andrew the assistant teacher

Andrew the assistant teacher

April 27, 2020

In order for Sheletta to promote her new autism book, Andrew has to step up and help out with his younger siblings. The teenager talks about the challenges of filling the role of assistant teacher while his mom works to sell copies of Cameron Goes To School.

The Brundidges battle autism, and win…

The Brundidges battle autism, and win…

April 11, 2020

With the release of her new autism children's book Cameron Goes To School, Sheletta talks to her son Andrew about their family's battle with autism. The two are amazed at the gains the children have made since their diagnosis. Andrew admits it's been difficult being the "normal" child on the latest episode of The Mommy & Me Podcast on SHElettaMakesMeLaugh.com

Teens struggling with social distancing…

Teens struggling with social distancing…

March 29, 2020

Andrew, like his mom Sheletta, is a very social teen, so being stuck in the house without friends to talk to is a struggle for him. But he's found some strategies, besides harassing his younger siblings, to cope with the isolation caused by the coronavirus crisis. He offers tips for teens on how to stay sane in an insane world on The Mommy & Me Podcast on SHElettaMakesMeLaugh.com

Cameron explains why autism kids book is needed NOW

Cameron explains why autism kids book is needed NOW

March 22, 2020

Sheletta has a new children's book called Cameron Goes To School, about her daughter's autism journey as she prepares to go off to kindergarten. The six year old joins the Mommy & Me Podcast to talk about what she hopes the world will learn from a book about a little black girl with autism. 

He kissed a girl, and he liked it…

He kissed a girl, and he liked it…

March 10, 2020

On The Mommy & Me Podcast, when Sheletta learned that Andrew had kissed a girl, she was kissing the floor because she fell out. The helicopter mom tried to explain to her son that having a relationship is hard work for an adult to manage emotionally, but her pleading fell on deaf ears because Andrew is in love.

Friends, how many of us have them?

Friends, how many of us have them?

February 28, 2020

When Andrew's friend ask him if he thought a classmate was attractive, he responded, "She's too fat for me." That friend took their private conversation and posted it word-for-word on social media. Andrew got in trouble and upset that his friend would betray his trust. On The Mommy & Me Podcast, Sheletta used this as a chance to teach her son what a true friend really is, and it ain't a snitch.