"He recently asked me were we going to be able to go some place really cool with snow," Rowland advised CNN. "So, I think I'm going to have to start fixing my mind on what are we going to do for his birthday."
Family is all the pieces to the singer, actress and actuality singing competitors decide. In addition to Titan, she and her husband Tim Weatherspoon have a son, Noah, whom they welcomed in January.
Rowland stated she has drawn energy from them in the course of the pandemic.
"My support system has been my husband, my support system has been my sisters, my support system has been my she tribe," she stated. "When I have questions about balance. For me it's the balance of it all, that's always the 'I'm losing my mind' moment."
Becoming a mom for a second time has not been simpler, she stated, and pandemic has been probably the most tough on her oldest, Titan.
"He misses his friends, he missed school so much," she stated. "He's such a social kid and loves to be in the classroom, that when he was home it was a really rough time."
Rowland stated Titan's higher now that he is again in class and they're making an attempt to arrange "bubble play dates" and journey safely to assist ease among the pressure.
She's been "getting right to the point" in regards to the pandemic, understanding that he wants info to assist course of what's taking place.
Rowland stated she's additionally studying find out how to maintain herself higher within the midst of all that is happening as effectively.
"I think I've always understood the fact that something is always going to suffer and you just try not to let it suffer too much," she stated. "Because I love my husband, I love my babies and I want them to always feel seen and heard from me, but I need to make sure that I can always see and hear myself and what I need as well."
"Because if I don't do that, I'm going to be useless to them."
"I feel like specifically within the Black community life insurance is rarely talked about," she stated. "Anything that has to do with financial awareness and saving and planning ahead is not really talked about."