Carol Brady, Cindy Walsh, and Donna Reed are moms of the past. Let’s face it, we’re redefining motherhood.  Moms of the 21st century are hip, hot, and know how to have a good time. At the same time, we pride ourselves on commitment, selflessness, and sacrifice to provide the finest opportunities for our children.

I realize there is no greater gift than a mother’s unconditional love. I developed an extreme respect for every mom’s crusade to give her children the world beyond. Thus, A  Hot Mama was created to connect and showcase moms from different backgrounds and lifestyles with various theories on motherhood and child rearing, but all with the same goal: to raise children the best we can.

After working 8 years in the medical profession, I thought I had seen it all. But nothing would prepare me for the job I started May 22, 2004: stay at home mom. I quickly understood why many call this the “hardest job in America.” For the first time in my life I was embarking on a career that I was ill prepared for. There was no orientation, handbook or training class.

Please help me to honor the incessant hard work and love all moms put into their children. We are smart, stylish, and strong-that’s what being a Hot Mama is all about!

 Lanisha Cole Photography- Swimsuit Photo Shoot- Point Dume Beach- Malibu- California 6-2


Do I need big boobs to be a Hot Mama?

Being a Hot Mama has absolutely nothing to do with physical appearance.  It’s about being a mom and putting the timeless and unconditional love into your kids.  It’s about the commitment you make to parenting and providing your children with what you believe to be the best experiences for them to grow up and become kind, loving, moral, and intelligent beings.  Doing all this, while being smart, stylish, and strong.  That’s what being a Hot Mama is all about.

Is your mom a Hot Mama?

Definitely. Being a Hot Mama is finding the balance between being smart, stylish, and strong. But most of all, it’s just about doing the best job you can and loving your kids whole heartedly. My mom came to this country speaking English as a second language. She chose to be a stay at home for the first 4 years of me and my sister’s life before persuing her education. She eventually earned her Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree,  Specialist Degree, and ABD towards her Ph.D (this is starting to sound like a “Roxanne Roxanne” rap). She went on to work in the Atlanta Public School System for over 20 years while raising 2 head strong and sassy girls (ok, only 1 of us is sassy-and I’m not naming any names).

Who is your favorite musical artist?

Actually, I know no one cares, but I will go to any length to promote my love and affection for the greatest female artist of all time: MARIAH CAREY!

Why should I care what you have to say?

Honestly, this is just a great way for me to let other parents know it’s ok to make mistakes and it’s ok to be upset after a bad day. I remember my first weeks as a new mom and how lost and confused I was. I couldn’t really find resources or people that I felt knew where I was coming from with my parenting concerns. I was almost afraid of feeling like a bad mom for voicing some of my concerns and issues. But in time, I found my groove and got the ball rolling. I’m just here to share my journey and hopefully help a parent or two along the way.


 Photos by lovely Lanisha Cole

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