Some tips on co-creating a morning schedule with your kids.
I’m all for celebrating motherhood and the amazing mothers out there, but this idea of Perfect Motherhood is a heavy burden to bear.
I’m sharing a few tips for new parents on establishing a bedtime routine that gets your kids (and YOU!!!) to sleep!
Researchers and educators recommend that we start talking with young children about race and difference as early as preschool to support a healthy development of identity and appreciation of people who are different. Here’s how.
We are often so focused on the challenges at hand, we forget to acknowledge all that we have learned along the way. As a veteran
What are you doing to counteract negative stereotypes communicated about black people to your children? Follow these 5 simple steps to raise unbiased kids.
Watching these videos brought tears to my eyes. They remind us… Life happens so fast. We must treasure our time with our children while they are little.
The simple act of talking about skin color, may seem superficial. Nonetheless, it can be an important first step in talking about race with very young children and is surprisingly absent from many (White) parents’ conversations with their kids.
This post is a part of a series to help you get your little one ready for their big first day of K! Here are
Now that my girls are “big” (well, not really, but THEY told me they are definitely not “little”)… they have outgrown some of our best-loved