This morning, Daniel, my three-year-old sweet and wild child was having breakfast after waking up unusually late. My (almost!) one-year-old baby gal Penelope had been awake for hours and was happily crawling around the living room. So I took my cup of coffee in the kitchen so I could spend some time with Daniel while … Continue reading Talking about Race Takes an Unexpected Turn.
Great Books for Children that Combat Racism
In my post, We Need to Stand Up and Be the Village for Parents of Black Children., I discussed various ways to combat racism particularly for white parents like myself. Many parents requested book ideas which is a FANTASTIC idea! So here are some really great books I would recommend for every age group. Baby-5 years … Continue reading Great Books for Children that Combat Racism
We Need to Stand Up and Be the Village for Parents of Black Children.
I’m a total worrywart and have lots of worries about my kids. I worry about bullying. I worry about hurt feelings. I worry about broken hearts. I worry about skinned knees. I worry one of them will get an liberal arts degree and won’t find a job. I don’t worry one of them will become … Continue reading We Need to Stand Up and Be the Village for Parents of Black Children.