Jun 26 2018

So last year I took my little booger blackberry picking before he was even able to sit up. And I’m planning to do it again within the next week or two. And then it hit me. I never posted our meetup from strawberry picking! This was such a[…]

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Jun 26 2018

Coan Park Easily one of my favorite parks in Atlanta to attend. Here’s why: Great for mixed age groups. There’s a lot to do for babies with the swings and crawling on the grass all the way up to older children with the slides and monkey bars. Bright.[…]

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Jun 18 2018

I am a mother. But I come from my father. And my son’s father is amazing. Sometimes when I speak of the village I mainly speak from my perspective. As a woman, I speak of femininity and mothering, but it’s integral to include the masculine voice. Our babies[…]

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Jun 18 2018

It’s Kwanzaa every single day in our household. From an early age, it’s important to introduce the values you want your children to uphold as they get older. For our family, the Kwanzaa principles play a large part in outlining the values in our household. Imani- Faith Umoja-[…]

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Jun 8 2018

Well, for all children… But I’m speaking in reference to our brown babies. One of the things that I tend to reflect on is where we are headed as a global community. Where will technology and all its advances carry us? I think one of the things I’ve[…]

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Jun 8 2018

Malcolm X is such an inspirational figure to me. I wanted to share his legacy with families so that they would begin to celebrate him with a more spirited intention. So I put together the Malcolm X Family Fest. Three hours of family fun learning about the man[…]

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