"Baby Momma" tells of a young mother as she reinvents herself to become an empowered woman and a proud parent to her three children.
Sugar has been through several relationships. She is still unmarried but she has three children whom she struggles to care for on her own. After her break up from Evan, her boyfriend of three years and the father of her youngest child, Sugar decides to make her three boys as well as her career as a middle school teacher her priorities. However, a month after the separation, Sugar, once again, leaves herself defenseless when she engages in an affair with her friend, Michael.
As it turns out, Michael only uses her for his manly needs. This discovery, along with a few challenges she has to face single-handedly, would eventually make Sugar realize her self-worth. In the day to come, she would reinvent herself to become an accomplished woman and a responsible parent and not just the powerless "baby momma" which men in her neighborhood regard her to be.
"Baby Momma" might appeal to a reader interested in stories of young single mothers as they deal with the life's challenges, especially on parenthood, love and career.