In Spring of 2020, I jotted this down... "The past several weeks, I’ve found myself constantly rationalizing the extreme fear (mostly the fear of all the unknowns and everything I can't control) I've been feeling and trying to justify...
During 2022, my daughter and I started watching Anne with an “E” on Netflix. She was at the end of sixth grade at the time. While watching Season 2, it brought up talks with my daughter about how Black...
Everything for a few years was COVID, COVID, COVID. I had wanted to write this post so long ago, but I just couldn't. I tabled the idea and hoped that the world would one day return to (mostly) normal,...
The year was 2020... the month was March (like it almost is now)... The world came to a screeching halt with a global pandemic, and pretty much everyone was stuck in their homes for the foreseeable future... While we...
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FaceTime Fun

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I grew up watching The Jetsons Cartoon, and now I am LIVING the cartoon. Do you remember the Jetson family and how they had videophone devices that they could see other people on? Were they on to something? Did...
Biracial children often have a hard time figuring out their identity and their place in society. "Am I white?" "Am I Black?" Many daughters, like mine, have had darker-skinned little girls with courser hair bully them for having "good...
If you think you’re going to be watching a Black version of Somebody Feed Phil when you tune into High on the Hog :: How African American Cuisine Transformed America from Netflix, you are sorely mistaken! By the time...
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The Winter Games

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I remember fondly the memories of watching the Olympic Games as a child. I dreamed of being a gymnast but was told at the age of four that I was too "small" for gymnastics. I have always watched the...
Looking for some fun and simple crafts with the kids this holiday season? If you're like most households, you use toilet paper... a LOT of toilet paper. Want a way to reuse those TP tubes before throwing them in...
Growing up, my parents always listened to NPR. As a parent now myself, I finally understand why. I always remember my dad listening to NPR in his truck whenever he drove us anywhere. I always wanted to listen to...

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Bloom :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms {2024}

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Bloom is an event for new and expecting moms, foster moms, and adoptive moms (recommended for any mom up to toddler age!) in the...

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