While a lot of people are celebrating Black History Month, Sean Williams is making it. Since 2016, the Activist, Father of Three & Founder/CEO of The Dad Gang has been on a mission to change the way the world views Black fatherhood. Today, he’s talking about his own personal journey with parenting and sharing his wit & wisdom.
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When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, my first thought was, “How will I tell the kids?” I knew in my heart that their emotions would mirror mine, so here’s how I’ve told them about each step of my cancer-kicking expedition so far…
The Tot FIVE x FIVE invites inspiring mamas to answer five questions on motherhood and curate five products they can’t live without. Here we talk to Brooke Angelique, blogger and mom of one.
Four months ago, at the age of 39, I found myself scrolling on instagram and considering the possibility of growing out my natural hair color – my silver and gray natural hair color (gasp!).
Those mama bear instincts are strong! Resist jumping in too soon so that your child learns how to develop resilience, confidence, and important social skills. Here are 5 ways to support your child instead…
Parenting can feel like a lonely endeavor in the best of times, and downright isolating during a pandemic. Let’s consider some strategies for reconnecting.
It doesn’t matter if it’s 3pm or 3am, chances are you’re reading this because you’re desperate to find ways to get your baby to go to and stay asleep! You’re in luck because Baby & Child Sleep Consultant, Steph Gouin is here to share the common mistakes (and how to avoid them!) parents make when trying to get their baby to sleep.
While Writer & Author, Rio Cortez’s, daughter may have been the inspiration behind the new must-read children’s book, The ABCs of Black History, motherhood wasn’t always on the cards for this Harlem-based poet. Learn more about her path to publication and reflections of becoming & being Mama.
Travel Blogger, Mama of Two, and Homeschooling hero, Ashley Corinne, shares how parents can celebrate Black History Month (all year round) with little learners through engaging activities & age-appropriate conversations.
Some experts believe that children’s personalities are largely determined by their position in the family. Find out if you fit the description of a firstborn, middle or youngest child…