Kym Whitley Returns to OWN This Saturday With All-New Episodes of “Raising Whitley”

BY: - 3 Jan '14 | Entertainment

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Raising Whitley Airs on OWN Network

One of our favorite actresses and comediennes is back with all-new episodes of her hit docu-series, “Raising Whitley.” A breath of fresh air in the word of reality TV, “Raising Whitley” follows the ups and downs that Kym Whitley faces after adopting sweet Joshua and figuring out how to manage motherhood with her busy life.

In this new season of “Raising Whitley,” Joshua is now 2 and a half and Kym is navigating experiences like swimming lessons and potty training.   You also get a close look at Kym’s quest to raise allergy awareness.  After an allergy scare with Joshua that reveled an allergy to peanuts, Kym was inspired to create her “Don’t Feed Me” allergy awareness t-shirts and care packs.

Last April we had a chance to talk to Kym Whitley about “Raising Whitley” and what she shared really made us want to tune in for the series premiere.  With over 1.2 million viewers watching the series premiere of “Raising Whitley” in April 2013, viewers everywhere can’t wait to tune in this Saturday, January 4, 2014 at 9:00pm ET/PT to watch as her journey with Joshua continues to unfold.

I know I will be tuning in to watch this working mom figure things out with the support of her “village.”  Will you be watching?

Click here for a sneak peak of the season premiere of Raising Whitney.

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Martine Foreman wrote 328 articles on this blog.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Martine Foreman is a freelance writer and lifestyle blogger. To get tips for living your best life and also follow her crazy journey as a busy mom, wife, entrepreneur and honest chick from Brooklyn (now living in the burbs), check out her personal blog, CandidBelle. Martine resides in Maryland with her husband, two kids and crazy cat Pepper.


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