I gave birth to my son in February 2012 and have been breastfeeding ever since. It’s the best decision I have made as a mother. It took a week for my milk to come in, but our lactation consultant was wonderful and supportive and helped us survive the week. I recently returned to work and [...]
Travel Savings Tip: Deal Season in Orlando Starts August 15th Everyone loves deals. And I’m no exception. And if I get a chance to tell another mom or dad about an amazing family vacation deal, then I’m all in. That’s why I’m super excited to tell you about the deal season in Orlando that [...]
This Father’s Day, we’re reflecting on all types of fathers with this moving piece from Makes Me Wanna Holler founder, Eric Payne. Before I was a husband I was a father. But before I was a father of my own I became a surrogate to another’s by design, if not directly by choice.
I COULDN’T HELP BUT POST THIS POWERFUL COMMENTARY BY MALIK YAKINI, WHO IS LEADING A BLACK FOOD SOVEREIGNTY MOVEMENT (including the first food, breastmilk). WE CAN SAVE OURSELVES! THIS POST ORIGINALLY APPEARED ON BeBlackAndGreen.com A DISTURBING TREND Over the past few years, I have attended several national, state and local good food conferences at [...]
Life happens around a meal. Family dinners are a must in my family, opening the door for special connections and conversations. I was reminded of this watching THE BIG MEAL off-Broadway play and in preparing for our Food & My Family event. What does mealtime mean for you and your family?
Urban organic guru, Bryant Terry, a.k.a. “The Inspired Vegan,” leads an evening of delicious eats and “fooducation” to help moms and dads feed their families better. Nicole Betancourt of ParentEarth.com and Nina Kahori Fallenbaum, Food Editor of HYPHEN magazine join Kimberly Seals Allers for an event guaranteed to empower the entire family on healthy eating.
“Still Standing” — a new film by nationally renowned marriage experts Lamar and Ronnie Tyler — celebrates and advocates the powerhouse that is black marriage. Be sure to catch the last few showings of the film at theaters around the U.S.
I’ve said this before and it bears repeating: Please don’t wish me a Happy Father’s Day. Mothers are not fathers. We could never be fathers and the more we act as if fathers are replaceable the more damage we do to our families and to the psyche of our children. Last year, I was sitting [...]