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.
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!
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.
Teaching Kids Authenticity & the Wonderful Risk in Telling the Truth
This mom is trying to teach her daughter that being her authentic self can save her a lifetime of heartache.
Who’s In Charge Here: Taming Your Toddler By Ceding More Control
Kids need to respect their parents authority, but toddlers who feel more confident in small decisions are less likely to act out and make bigger mistakes.
Positive Discipline: How To Stop Your Kid From Hitting
Dear Mother Wit, My 2-year-old has been hitting me, her big sister, the kids out on the playground, pretty much everybody she comes in contact...
Breastfeeding At Graduation Pic Is Some Kinda Wonderful—And Exactly What Black Folk Need To See
Apparently, the earth is going to stop spinning on its rotational axis because this graduate posted a picture of herself breastfeeding at graduation.
Lessons on Being Present, From God’s Greatest Gift to Me
Forget going about life on auto-pilot: watch your three-year-old to figure out how to live in the moment.