The Status of Black Women in America

As a Black/African American woman, with too many names to classify over time– I have finally come to grips with a conclusion as to why we are working so hard, but the hard work is not payin off. I wanted to write this really to the point blog post about it, yet it was muchContinue reading “The Status of Black Women in America”

A Black Carpet Community Brunch 

    So we are only focused on mastering… The Power of NOW! We are a 100% parent led organization. Our primary goal is to find ways to keep other parents fully aware of all of their options pertaining to conception and childbirth. So we charged families to Birth Like A BOSS and began to strategizeContinue reading “A Black Carpet Community Brunch “

Breastfeeding Saves Lives

Breastfeeding For Prevention In support of National Infant Mortality Awareness Month As a breastfeeding family for over the past 7 years, I have heard my fair share of stories and comments. Some from the least expecting people… But the best thing about all the work and commitment it takes to breastfeed is the benefits forContinue reading “Breastfeeding Saves Lives”

Wake Up Wednesday ~ No Apologies For Saving Black Babies… We Are Saving Humanity

NEW SLAVES WITH OLD SLAVE MENTALITY This day in time is full of information and propaganda. Right here and now it is so much critical information to move beyond, just living day to day. According to #KanyeWest we are NEW SLAVES — slaves to the poverty mindset is surly the blood on the leaves. After readingContinue reading “Wake Up Wednesday ~ No Apologies For Saving Black Babies… We Are Saving Humanity”

InCultureParent | Why African Toddlers Don’t Have Tantrums

In many African cultures it is normal to breastfeed until well into toddlerhood. It is also normal for older children under the age of six or seven to breastfeed again with their younger sibling, if the mother stopped breastfeeding because of another pregnancy. Having grown up in both Africa and Europe, I found it fascinatingContinue reading “InCultureParent | Why African Toddlers Don’t Have Tantrums”