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Count Us In!

July 6, 2020

This post is sponsored by GEEARS.  Thoughts and opinions are my own.   Now more than ever we need to make sure we’re all counted in the 2020 US Census. Especially for our children.  By filling out the 2020 Census, we can help with our children’s future for the next 10 years.  I’ve teamed up with GEEARS: Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students  to share some facts about the…

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Wu-Tang is for the Children

June 8, 2020

These last few weeks have been an emotional roller coaster. From crying and praying for the families that have lost loved ones due to police and racists, to feeling cautiously hopeful. I’ve been happy to see allies joining this fight. I ask that you use your voice (privilege) to have tough conversations and speak out against injustice. We still have a long fight ahead, and we’re ready! I’ve…

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Quarantine Cuties

April 7, 2020

The girls have been home for about 3 weeks. I think we finally turned a corner to adapting to this new normal. Last week, home school was better with Peyton. Harper has just been doing her thing and we just jump in with a little “school” here and there. This week they are on spring break. I started shopping for spring looks because we were supposed to be…

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Easy Box Braids You Can Do Yourself {Video}

March 29, 2020

I hope you guys are doing good during this crazy time. I’m doing my best to find a rhythm for this “new” life. Homeschooling is about to take me out. I’m sure it will get better. I’m also guilty of not combing any hair since the girls have been out of school. I finally decided to do something. Since we’re home, I decided to try my hand at…

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Black Girl Love

March 4, 2020

Valentine’s Day and Black History month are both over but I want to show love to the little black girls. Oh, what a time it is to be a young black girl. I’m happy that my girls are growing up during this Black Girl Magic movement. This is the totally opposite of my youth experience. I grew up in a predominantly white area and schools. Being black or…