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  • A Gift Just For You: Orijin Culture Alkebulan Bag Giveaway

    A Gift Just For You: Orijin Culture Alkebulan Bag Giveaway0

    Photo Credit: Orijin Culture Facebook Every now and again, I love to do “Just for You” gifts. We have partnered with Orijin Culture for a unique 48 hour giveaway for one of the 100% leather Alkebulan bags. This beautiful bag converts as a backpack or shoulder or over the chest bag.   About Orijin Culture Orijin

  • Book Review: Ayo’s Money Jar

    Book Review: Ayo’s Money Jar0

    As parents, one of our main goals is to raise able bodied adults who can make life sustaining decisions. In our community though, teaching our children to manage finances most times end up at the bottom of that to do list. This is more circumstantial at times than intentional. If a family is struggling to

  • Book Review: I Love Your Brown

    Book Review: I Love Your Brown0

    With a budding three year old, story time is such a pivotal part of our day. We normally read a book right before bed and sometimes, throughout the day my daughter will bring me a book to read to her as well. When she was younger, we read books about animals or fictitious creatures making

  • Kids Learning Review: Reba To The Rescue

    Kids Learning Review: Reba To The Rescue0

    As a mom in the 21st century, I am constantly fighting with my daughter about what she can look at on my phone. The television is no longer the problem; now it has been resorting to finding educational learning videos and stories for children on the Internet. I will come across a seemingly child friendly show on Youtube,

  • Where To Go: Atlanta Baby Exchange

    Where To Go: Atlanta Baby Exchange0

    A couple of weeks ago, I posted several videos to my social media accounts highlighting my fun Saturday at Atlanta Baby Exchange. For those who are unfamiliar, Atlanta Baby Exchange is a one stop shop for families that offers playgroups and classes for kids, prenatal and parenting resources, and also serves as a resale and

  • Book Review: Mitch With An Itch

    Book Review: Mitch With An Itch0

    It is estimated that Eczema affects 10% of infants and newborns. If you are unfamiliar with what Eczema is, it is a medical condition in which patches of skin become rough or inflamed. Many children who suffer from Eczema, are teased and bullied because they are different. Not only are they suffering from the physical painREAD MORE

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