About KimberlyBook Kimberly
Kimberly in the Press
Mocha Manual Media & Consulting
Advertise With Us

Black parenting

In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

I’m a new mom of a 9 week old and am exclusively breastfeeding. I am surprised with how strongly I feel about breastfeeding now, and am turning into a bit of a breastfeeding advocate to friends/family and my blog readers. I was featured on TheBump.com in their “public breastfeeding tips” video this week. My blog […]

Download

In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

I’m a 1st generation college/graduate school, educated, married stay at home mother of two, 7 yr old son whom I breastfed to 18 months and my 13 month old daughter that I’m still breastfeeding. I’m proud to say that when I chose to breastfeeding my son (despite the horror of my entire family), I stuck with […]

Download

In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

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 […]

Download

BIG NEWS! Deal Season in Orlando Runs Aug.15th- Sept. 30th. It’s Not Too Late for Summer Travel!

  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 […]

Read More

President Barack Obama: The Father-in-Chief

President Barack Obama is a man of many titles. He’s known as President of the United States, Chief-of-State, Chief Executive, and Commander-In-Chief. But his most important title is “father” to his two girls.

Read More

Reflections on Fatherhood: Faithful Over That Which Belongs to Another Man

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.

Read More

Food Justice, White Do-Gooders & Saving Our Own Communities

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 […]

Read More

Life, ‘The Big Meal’ and How We Feed Our Families

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?

Read More

MAY 9TH! NYC Bring Your Family to Dinner with Author, Chef & Food Activist, Bryant Terry for the FOOD & MY FAMILY Event

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.

Read More

Top 5: Reasons for Kids to Eat Breakfast

An alarming number of children don’t eat breakfast before going to school every day. Boys Town, the national child and healthcare organization, gives five reasons that your kid needs to eat breakfast — today!

Read More