Rochelle Riley -Wilson is married with four children, each of whom she feels has unique qualities that makes them an interesting individual.
The book "How to Make Love to Your Child" was inspired by her first born, Michael. She remembers the shock of utter, selfless love she felt when he was born, and wanted that devotion for all children. Her first husband encouraged the book, yet it was not finished until after his death. Rochelle was widowed at the age of 24, and finished the book as therapy for her grief. She was later blessed with twin girls, Kayla and Krista, then a decade later, her "last," Karissa. Her daughter Krista remarked after the birth of Karissa that, "Mommy, we all have a special place because Michael is the oldest, and the only boy, Kayla and I are special because we are twins, and Karissa is special because she is the baby." To which her mother replied, "You are all special too,because you are all mine."
Rochelle was always considered to be quirky and queer by her friends, and claims that "Blacks say I act like a white person, but white people think I'm just plain weird!" Rochelle feels motherhood defines her and loves her children, as well as all children. She feels "Life is learned at home," and the better the home, the better the person, the better the person, the better the future for all. "Stop blaming the Police, the Teachers, Entertainers, and Movies. Parenting is the first and most powerful influence!"