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  • Cauliflower Grits

    Cauliflower Grits0

      Cauliflower grits are a new twist on an old classic. As a Southern, grits are one of my favorite breakfast (lunch and dinner) foods. On my journey to be more healthy, I have found many ways to still enjoy some of my favorite meals with a healthy twist. While grits are not necessarily considered

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  • Bringing The 7 Principles of Kwanzaa into 2016

    Bringing The 7 Principles of Kwanzaa into 20160

    Kwanzaa was founded in 1966 by Maulana Karenga. Because it falls so close to the holidays, many believe that it has a religious connotation but it is actually a celebration of African Americans and their heritage. The word “Kwanzaa” means “first fruit from the harvest”. As I sat down to write my 2016 goals for

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  • Meet Our Moms: Ele Jane, LocLivin

    Meet Our Moms: Ele Jane, LocLivin0

      I remember being 21 years old and deciding to loc my hair. It was a journey I had been down at least four times before, each time uncoiling them because I was not ready. I remember consulting friends and family, asking them their thoughts. “Don’t do that.” “What about the “ugly” stage?” “Why do

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  • Are Black People Going To Be Touching Me?

    Are Black People Going To Be Touching Me?0

    It is 5am and I cannot sleep. I literally laid down a couple of hours ago and was jolted awake by the need to type this out, get this post friend that my friend Kimberly added to her Instagram account: Customer: “Umm Kimberly, I don’t mean any harm but…are Black people going to be touching me?” Out of

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  • #BlackDollsMatter: 15 Black Doll Makers You Should Know

    #BlackDollsMatter: 15 Black Doll Makers You Should Know0

      A couple of months ago, Kamryn and I were on the Marta train on our way home when this girl, no older than 9 years old, sat down next to us. I could tell she had just came from school because she was wearing her uniform and carrying her Frozen Princess Elsa backpack. I observed

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  • Meet Our Moms: Shantae Pelt, Coco’Pie Clothing

    Meet Our Moms: Shantae Pelt, Coco’Pie Clothing0

    A significant part of Black Moms Blog is to highlight African American women who are homemakers, homeschoolers, entrepreneurs, and hard workers. It seems that we can be looked over in the media world. When the concept of my blog came into play, I googled different phrases like, Top 50 Mom Blogs To Follow (oh yes, I clicked

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My name is Shanicia and I am the Creator of Black Moms Blog, where we talk parenting, culture, and lifestyle from a Black Mom’s point of view. To find out why I started Black Moms Blog, read our very first blog post!

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