Not In My Shoes: Why I Want My Daughter To Walk Her Own Life Journey
When her daughters plays dress-up in her shoes, this mom warns herself to let her girl walk her own life journey.
School Dress Codes Unfairly Target Black Girls & I’m Tired Of It
School dress codes are the bane of a school girl's existence—especially if you're a Black girl with curves.
Nipples and Ninny: My Breastfeeding Journey as a Black Mom
In honor of Black Breastfeeding Week 2014, MyBrownBaby shares her popular post on her breastfeeding journey.
Black Breastfeeding Week 2014: Celebrating Black Families and the Best First Food
Celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week 2014, August 25 - August 31.
Five Fun Ideas For Summer Learning: It’s Not Too Late!
It's almost back-to-school time, but it's not too late to get in some last-minute summer learning. Great tips here!
A Heart Cracked Wide Open by Ferguson: My Problem With (What Some Call) Forgiveness
Forgive, yes. But compassion should drive us all to pray for, speak out on behalf of, AND seek justice for those who are regularly treated poorly by anyone. It's what Jesus would do.
Tori Amos’ ‘Promise’: the MyBrownBaby & Totally Lila Edition (Video)
Totally Lila and MyBrownBaby team up to film their own version of Tori Amos new song, "Promise," a love song for mothers and daughters.
Watering the Flower: How I Help My Daughter Embrace Her Beauty
My daughter is blossoming into a beautiful young woman. She just doesn’t know it yet. So I tell her so.
Mike Brown, Ferguson & the Words That Strike To the Heart Of the Matter
There have been some powerful words written in the name of Mike Brown. Words that you should take the time to read.
‘With This Ring’ and Other Things MyBrownBaby’s Been Up To
Summer came and the kids had camp and I had a writing project and then big things we’d been plotting for years came at...
Disney Trippin’ With Toddlers: Lessons In Patience
A toddler tantrum of the worst order reminds this mom that she, too, needs to embrace rest.