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29 Books That Celebrate Black Kids Being Kids

29 Children's Books Celebrating Black Kids Being Kids

If you follow my children’s book sharing posts and tales either here on the blog or on Instagram, you know that my mission is to share as many children’s books as I can that feature black children living life just as all kids do. You know simply enjoying life, playing, living in their fairytales and more. This Black History Month I’m sharing 29 books that celebrate black kids being kids.…

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Kindness Projects For Kids

Thank you Juicy Juice for sponsoring this conversation about kindness projects for kids. When I was a kid, kindness was an important lesson I learned at a very young age. I grew up spending weekends at my grandmother’s house with a bunch of my cousins. Our grandmother was our first example of kindness. She would work in our community to help the less fortunate, volunteer at church, send cards and…

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Getting to Clarity – Word of the Year

Getting to clarity with these changes in 2020. Clarity is my one word of the year.

Clarity. That’s it. I want to move, make and live in clarity. Sounds simple enough right? It certainly can be but it’s not all that easy when you know, ish happens. But clarity is where I stand at the open door that is 2020. The definition of clarity I’m talking about is being clear on what I want, who I am currently and who I want to be in the…

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Kids Apple Cider & A Gratitude Jar

A kids gratitude jar project.

Thank you Juicy Juice for sponsoring our holiday gratitude jar. Do you have any family traditions you do for the holidays? In our house, we always make a recipe together, a meaningful craft and start a giving project. This year we started out the tradition by making an easy kids apple cider recipe. We also started a new gratitude jar practice with our two oldest. Why Kids Apple Cider? Because…

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