Lessons Motherhood Has Taught Me

I am Jon Snow, I know nothing. No amount of books, anecdotes, podcasts, or documentaries prepared me for childbirth or motherhood. I had the birth I had, not the one I wanted. Thats a story for another day though. I am constantly in awe of the gifts that motherhood has given to me, and the… Continue reading Lessons Motherhood Has Taught Me

Helina Baby Meh Dai Review

In July, I got to go to the International baby-wearing conference that happened in Iowa. It was fun to meet fellow baby-wearers I have been interacting with for the past two years and meet them face to face. I was especially excited to be around fellow Black baby-wearers. It is no secret that I love… Continue reading Helina Baby Meh Dai Review

My thrifty summer

As a type A Capricorn, labels, lists and general definitions of things warm the cockles of my heart. Defining my style was fundamental in allowing me to figure out exactly what I was looking for when I began furnishing the house and adding to my closet. I have a whole post about what how I… Continue reading My thrifty summer

How to keep it minimal with technology

I am a ex-tech lover. Don't get me wrong, I still appreciate all that technology has done/does for me. My kindle e-reader kept me sane while night-nursing a sleepy Thandiwe. My phone keeps me connected to my loved ones 24/7 and that is such a blessing. However, I have unplugged from the rat race that… Continue reading How to keep it minimal with technology

Curly Kids and their Fro’s

I am often accosted in Target by exasperated well meaning white caregiver's with multi-racial children who have curly hair. They need tips, and I have lots, but not always while i'm shopping. The internet has a┬ásmorgasbord of awesome content for just how to maintain a thriving curly mane but sometimes you need just the basics.… Continue reading Curly Kids and their Fro’s