Delightful Ways To Say Thank You Are In Short Supply

One would think a person who had her purse returned to her would have a thousand ways to say thank you to the finder. But "thank yous" are in short supply.

– Feb 19, 2015

MyBrownBaby & ‘Today’ Talk ‘The Slap': Is It Okay To Discipline Children Who Aren’t Yours?

Would you discipline children who aren't yours? That's what the Today show wanted to know in a parents panel based on "The Slap."

– Feb 13, 2015

The Sun Won’t Wait for You: Lessons In Being Present

Missing the beauty of the sunrise gave this mother a lesson in being present—one we could all use.

MyBrownBaby Fresh Links: Reality TV & Our Girls, Serena Williams, ‘Black or White’ and The ‘N’ Word

Stories I found interesting this week, including the effect of Reality TV on our daughters, plus reviews of 'Black or White' and the novel, 'Disgruntled.'

– Feb 6, 2015

Black Children and ‘White People Sports': Tossing Out Racist Stereotypes So the Kids Can Play

Breaking down why one mom's desire to have her child play "white people sports" is problematic. As hell.

– Feb 4, 2015

D’Angelo on Saturday Night Live: a Celebration of Artistry and the Importance of Black Lives (VIDEO)

Watch D'Angelo on "Saturday Night Live." He'll make you believe in music again.

– Feb 2, 2015

MyBrownBaby Fresh Links: Marshawn Lynch, Magical Childhoods & the ‘Friendship Nine’

MyBrownBaby Fresh Links = interesting stuff I found on the internet this week, including stories about Marshawn Lynch, the 'Friendship Nine,' and little Aiyana Jones.

– Jan 30, 2015

Hip Hop Heart: J. Cole Will Let Single Mothers Live at 2014 Forest Hills Drive

Sensitive to the dilemma single moms face when it comes to housing their families, J. Cole plans to donate his childhood home to mothers in need.

– Jan 29, 2015

Full Circle: The Connection Between ‘With This Ring’ and Ernie Banks

When the "With This Ring" premiere trended on Twitter this weekend, the road God planned for me long ago became abundantly clear.

– Jan 26, 2015

Hope. Or When History Stops Repeating Itself.

If hope fueled the courage of our forebears in Selma, surely it can fuel the courage we need to fix Ferguson and make the world a better place for our kids.