Book Review: Behold The Dreamers

One of my goals this year was not only to read more books but to also read more books from Black or minority authors. I think it’s important to diversify when reading, but also to broaden your horizons to other styles of writing, but also perspectives. It can never be a bad thing, so when…

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In Her Eyes: Chapter 15 & 16

Chapter 15 As our first trip together approached, I begin to think of all the things that could go wrong. Taryn and I had been together for about 2 months at this point and I had barely told her about my family history, I figured my mother would find it easier to divulge to her…

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Why Braiding My Daughter’s Hair Has Become Important To Me

In Black culture, hair is legit life! There is huge symbolism and importance to hair, it’s almost ritualistic. We know this isn’t central to solely in Black culture, but also many other cultures. Many of us can recount the hours we spent in our mother’s laps having our hair braided, we have previously blogged about…

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Baby A & A Mini Session

  Let me tell you, shooting babies is no actual joke! When I was younger I used to think that having twins, one of each specifically would be so ideal- two birds, one stone. At 33, I know that’s a lie! Just trying to find the right amount of cuddle time for each and to…

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How Do We Remain Connected in a Long term Relationship?

Real talk, is your current relationship the way it was when you first met? How many of you had to think about that answer? I’m not talking the way they’ve or you’ve changed physically, I mean the way you treat and are with each other. What makes it change and what do we need to…

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How To Stop Overthinking Like A Boss

Whooowey! We are those people!✋ We run so many miles in our head, we could be fitness instructors. We fully raise our hands up to that…If we can think of all of the possible events which could occur, then we do that to the 100th degree. It helps us to mentally plan out every eventuality, which…

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