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  • The time is always right to do what is right - MLK. Words I try to live by! If you visit Memphis, go by the Lorraine Motel. So many emotions just knowing this is where he took his last steps.
  • I thank God for my family.  Out here breaking generational curses and sharing black love. There was a time when I thought being a mom was negative because I watched so many in my family, including my mom, struggle raising kids on their own. Motherhood is a struggle but the best and loving kind of struggle.
  • I want to giveaway one Supermom hoodie and monthly planner to a mom that has big goals for 2020! 
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Following both @heytrinasmall & @supermomculture

Like & Leave a comment what goal you would like to accomplish in 2020.

Tag a Supermom friend  and share on your IG stories for additional entries! 
Open to US shipping addresses only and must be over 18. Sizes S-3X subject to availability. Ends Jan 22 at 11:59pm est. Good luck! 
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  • Somebody’s been drinking their water and minding their business 😆. My first blog post of 2020 is up! This is the year I say YES to myself more! I’m excited about it.  I also forgot I got Fendi bag on Black Friday at a consignment store because I tucked it away before Mr started asking questions! Pretty much brand new for a small fraction of the price 🙌🏾. My dress/jacket is also on sale at @recessionistasclose! Details are on the blog. Link in profile. 📷 @kaynjames
  • Y’all remember this? I saw that meme about what you call @diddy and you can tell someone’s age. Well I call him Puff. Happy Friday!  Fun fact: Peyton got some moves.  She can really dance. I don’t own the rights to this music. #puffdaddy
  • “I used to live downtown, 129th St” 🎶  My old heads know about this. That’s exactly what i look like.  Bonus points of you can tell me who or what song it’s from.  This has been my uniform (outside of my @supermomculture hoodie) over the holiday break +/- the hat. Trying to get my style mojo back for 2020! Shedding a few lbs will definitely get me inspired. Links to what I’m wearing in profile. #momstyle
  • *This pic is from Feb 19’* Get knocked down 9 times, get up 10 - Card B. I’m looking more like my before pic but I know it’s possible because I’ve done it before.  Last year was devastating for me and I ate and drank all my emotions.  I’m back at it again.  Click the link in my bio to see what helped me achieve these results.
  • Even though my voice is gone (I’m sure Mr & the girls are happy about that 😒), I’m excited for my first speaking engagement of the year for @bcollectivemag #belevated conference this month! I’ll be giving all the tea that has helped me to secure the brands. I’m so honored to be included in the line up!
  • I was holding on by a thread most of 2019. It may continue into 2020 but I’m holding on.  I thank God for keeping me. 
@supermomculture beanie is unavailable but new 🔥 drop coming in 2020!
  • Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas 🎄. Mr is missing but he’s still around 😂. To my defense, we took these before Thanksgiving and I planned to have another shoot with him but I was tired. Anywho... what y’all get?
  • Going to @chuckecheese as a kid was a big deal. #AD.  My girls feel the same way so I was happy to take them to the newly renovated @chuckecheese in Kennesaw, GA.  When we pulled up, I was like Okay Chuck E.! From the warm new look, fresh food options, tons of games made this a great evening for the kids, while mama got to chill.  If you’re in the Atlanta area go check out the Kennesaw location, you’ll be impressed with the updates. Check it out over the holiday break. Learn more about the new look on the blog.  Link in profile. #chuckecheese
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National Fire Prevention Week

October 3, 2019

This is a post sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association and Sparky.org.

Have you talked to your kids about fire prevention and safety at home? I’m guilty of not talking about what to do in case there is a fire like I should. October is National Fire Prevention Week and October 7-13 is National Fire Prevention Week. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and Sparky.org have made it easy to teach kids fire safety with fun games, videos, and activities.

At school, they teach the kids to line up go outside if there is a fire. What do you do at home? As much as my mini fire chief would like to fight (imaginary) fires, I need to teach her what to do in real life. Sparky.org has activities for all ages to help them learn fire safety and prevention.

Kids can learn about fire prevention and safety on their level through activities, videos, and web-based games. There are printables for all ages and grade levels. Start with browsing the site with your child to see what they find most engaging. My personal favorite is Sparky’s Fun House.  It teaches kids to think about what they should do in the event of a fire. Teaches them to think about the exits in the home and where to go once they are outside the home.  You can find that game HERE.

Sparky Schoolhouse is NFPA’s teacher portal for fire safety education.  This site has reading sorted by age group and interesting informative videos that teachers and parents can share with their children.  If you’re an educator, I suggest you check it out.

There are a lot of fun printables for the kids to enjoy. I am doubling them as learning activities for Harper to identify her letters. Since she’s in her “firefighter” stage, she has been really interested in the activities.

I hope you find these fun activities and videos to teach kids about fire safety from the NFPA helpful to educate your family on fire safety. Click HERE to learn more! Please share with a friend.

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