I’m going to go ahead and wish you a Happy Black History Month. To keep it real, we need to celebrate Black History every month, every day. As a people, I think we are doing a great job of highlighting our achievements all year long. Now that the girls are getting older and can better understand, I’m going to do my best to understand why Black History is so important but it won’t be easy.
Winter has arrived in Atlanta! Temps have been in the 20s lately. I know that’s warm compared to some cities but last year this time I was just wearing a hoodie or a jacket. I’m trying not to complain because it gives us a chance to pull out all those cute coats that my girls barely get to wear. Check out this cute coat that was passed down from my
I was hoping to be celebrating that some black girl magic would be moving into the Governor’s Mansion in Georgia but it’s not looking good. She may not have won the race, she’s still a winner. We’ve come so far and we still have a ways to go. Don’t get discouraged just keep voting! On that note, here is some black girl magic for this sweater weather.
I feel like my kids have been MIA from the blog lately. Mama been out here living her best life while the kids have been home with Mister. Now that I’m finally sitting still ,I’m going to get back to working on our fall/holiday content. I also wanted to take a minute to celebrate my oldest cutie Peyton! Report cards came home and she got all A’s, even in her advanced classes! Melanin Magic!
My favorite season has officially begun. Fall is my favorite fashion season of the year. I love hats, coats, jeans, and sweats and I’m hoping to break them out soon! If you haven’t noticed, Harper’s was on a temporary probation from outfit posts on the blog. She had gotten to the point where she refused to take photos unless she was playing with something. Instead of fighting with her, I just let her be and gave her a break. Now she’s back with a new attitude and new poses. Check out Harper in her first fall look of the season.