An Open Letter To My Bi-Racial Children

Day after day pretty much the same routine with rarely a thought about being a black woman married to a white man raising bi-racial children. The other day someone approached my family with a comment and it sparked me to write this open letter to my children that they are too young to understand now, but one day will appreciate from their black mother married to their white father.


Close to Silent Nights with DockATot

As I started getting closer and closer to the delivery of our son, I noticed that our daughter Camilla was having more and more difficulty sleeping. I knew that it wouldn’t fly when the baby arrived and something needed to be done. With the help of DockATot we were able to aid Cami in kicking her sleep regression just in time for the arrival of her baby brother.


How To Rock At Keeping Your Kids Active in Your City

My now 20 month old, (that’s a year and half and some change for those of you who don’t like the month system) is now greeting her father and I when we get home with a “hey! sup?” and I can hardly deal! Now that “Miss Thang” is old enough to ask her mommy “sup?” I feel confident that she is ready now to spread her wings and try new things. iQurious Kids is helping us out by providing a platform for parents to keep their kids active as they grow by providing a comprehensive list of activities for children right in your home town, and here’s how!