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It feels to me like our children are precious blank slates anyone can write on. We must be careful who and what has access to write on our children's hearts and minds.
Fill your cup without feeling guilty. Your family is going to reap the rewards when you show up less irritable and more present.  
What every foster youth needs from everyone is to see him or her in totality, looking beyond behavior.
A friend once told me that that two hardest seasons in life are your own middle school years and then your children’s. Can I get an amen?
These 30 days of Ramadan can be challenging at times. Even though I'm raising children and working, there is something that makes me look forward to the holiday and the challenge it presents.
I think it's imperative to build a strong communication foundation with your teen.
We talk about Black history, about being Black, and what that means or doesn't mean all year long. But during Black History Month, we go extra. 

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Resources to Help with Summer Reading

Reading in summer is a fantastic opportunity to not only strengthen your kiddo's reading skills but also build a love for reading.