Brown Blogger in a Vanilla World: What It Means to Be an African-American Blogger in a Predominantly White Niche

19 Sep

we got kids

I’m a married, African-American, stay-at-home mommy with two little African-American preschoolers at home. “Well whoopty-whoo,” I’m sure you’re saying. Well let’s take things just a step further. I happen to be a mommy blogger. I blog about my life, my husband, my crazy twin preschoolers, and just parenthood all around; and in this particular blogging […]

WordPress Masterclass beta test ending

15 Sep

Last Chance! FREE Wordpress Masterclass beta group is ending soon. Join today.

****September is the last chance to get the WORDPRESS MASTERCLASS for free in beta**** Want to START A BLOG? Our beta group is growing and the MasterClass is still FREE so why don’t you join us? ****What’s in it for you?**** You’ll get hands on LIVE training from me that will take you through every […]

Talking about tragedy with your children

7 Sep

Veteran's need our support at Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad

Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad asked me to write a guest blog on talking with kids about tragedies like school shootings, child abductions, and terrorist’s attacks. This is a very complex topic; so complex, that I have been thinking about it and working on it for several months. I am sure there are as […]

Why do we celebrate Labor Day?

5 Sep

labor day flag cupcakes

Today is a blissful breezy day in sunny Florida.  Children and adults alike are off for the Labor Day holiday; a tradition created in 1894. We all enjoy having a free day off, particularly if that day happens to be Monday.  Schools, post offices and stores are closed in honor of the celebration.  But do […]

Summer Memories Series-Part 4

31 Aug

summer memories

Part 4 of our Summer Memories Series is brought to us by Yoshiko Nue.   This post is being published exactly 35 years to the day after her first trip to the USA! How I became a Tokyoite Texan  “What, Brownsville? Of all places?” This is a common reaction from fellow Texans upon hearing about my […]