No Derailing This Road Trip Across the United States

I placed Dom (8 years old), Annie B (3 years old), and Momo (2 years old) safely in our metal steed for our road trip […]

How Stress Affects Cognitive Learning for African American Students: Blackish TV Show Analysis

Society produces stress for young students especially the K-12 grades through civil protests, news, social media and politics. It is my observation that many of […]

My Girl has Gone Postal!

My Annie B stayed home today from school. Come to find out at the doctor's office she had ear infections in both ears. Double whammy. […]

2019 VISION BOARDS

The year 2019 will be here very soon.  What is your vision for 2019?  A vision board is a graphic or visual image of goals […]

5 Digital Games to Liven Up Your Holidays

As we near the end of the year you may be finding yourself spending more time with close friends and family in your off-hours. Regardless […]

Sex is Biological, Not a Social Construct. Gender Is.

Here is a collection of videos about transgenderism. I’ve heard of God being banned from American schools and know of parents who teach their kids […]

A Bearded Prank - A Homage to My Dad

It’s been eight months since my father, Melvin Wesley White, passed from this world. In a powerfully symbolic setting, Dad … Continue reading "A Bearded […]

Hurting People Hurt People

Have you ever heard of this phrase? Hurting people hurt people. People who feel hurt within themselves tend to inflict hurt on other people… innocent […]

The Importance of Multilingualism

When she was still a baby, we spoke plainly with each other. When she began understanding English, we spelt certain key words to avoid her […]

The Deterioration of the SAHM

Many article and blogs I’ve read talk about how being a stay home mum is not easy at all. Over tea and other meet up sessions […]

The Best and Worst of Living in the Cayman Islands

The Best and Worst of Living in the Cayman Islands Our entire family sat exhausted with unopened cardboard boxes lying around the table patiently waiting… […]

Let Them Play and… Be There

I’ve been a parent for a little over 4 years… not much hands-on experience… but I’ve been observing parenting styles and their outcomes since I […]

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