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  • Where To Go: Atlanta Public Fulton Library

    Where To Go: Atlanta Public Fulton Library0

     With the winter months finally upon us, I am always searching for something fun for Kamryn and I to do INSIDE. I admire you mamas who still bundle your kids up to play at the park when it is 32 degrees outside but…I am not about that life. I am from the South and in

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  • 8 Tips For Toddler Natural Hair Care

    8 Tips For Toddler Natural Hair Care0

    Haircare is a large part of our daily routine as Black women. There are 100+ blogs and websites dedicated to helping us maintain it, care for it, and make it grow. It is one challenge to attempt to figure it out for ourselves but an entirely new one to take that same concept and apply

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  • Meet Our Moms: Chef Ahki- Fibroids, Pregnancy, and Healing Women

    Meet Our Moms: Chef Ahki- Fibroids, Pregnancy, and Healing Women0

        BMB: What are your thoughts on doctor prescribed prenatal vitamins? SA: It was not a choice for me. I prefer to get my nutrition whole and from the source. BMB: I will admit, your credentials are beyond extraordinary. You are a certified colon therapist, have your B.A. under Dr. Mark Armstrong in naturopathic science and holistic

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  • 9 Easy Tips For Stress Free Potty Training

    9 Easy Tips For Stress Free Potty Training0

    photo credit: @paxton.beau   Potty training can be one of the most intimidating experiences in parenthood. Parents are bombarded with advice, shamed for not doing it in enough time, and pressured to use certain methods. Not to mention, the joy of buying those cute little newborn diapers are long gone and now you are just

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  • Inclusion: What Is Considered Enough

    Inclusion: What Is Considered Enough0

      African Americans in this country had $1.1 trillion dollars in buying power in 2015 and yet we are the least likely group to spend our money on Black owned businesses (www.blackenterprise.com) . As Jada said, do you know how much power we have? We should no longer have to beg for inclusion. If we took those dollars

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  • How Motherhood Raised Her: A Personal Essay Series about Motherhood, Mothering and Parenthood

    How Motherhood Raised Her: A Personal Essay Series about Motherhood, Mothering and Parenthood0

    I never get enough of this photo. I was breastfeeding both daughters at that time. My oldest was breastfed until she was about 2 years old; a tradition carried on from my mother, who also nursed me until I was two and she became pregnant with one of my two younger brothers.  My oldest called

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Hi, I’m Shanicia! I live in Atlanta, GA. I’m a fulltime mom to one pretty rambuncious little girl. I love cooking, coloring Mandalas, and reading. To find out why I started Black Moms Blog, read our very first blog post!

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