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Sweet Georgia Peach

My first born, Peyton, is turning 9 on Sunday! She thinks she’s a teenager already. I will say that she is still the sweetest and kindest little girl. She’s a great daughter, big sister, and friend.

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Little Miss Sunshine

Happy July! I can’t believe summer is half way over! It’s been a blurr but I feel like I haven’t done anything… besides finally finishing my bathroom. I guess that’s enough. I was feeling guilty last week that I haven’t “summer” schooled the girls. I ranted on IG stories about it buy my Supermom supporters quickly got me together to help me realize a few things. Keep reading to find out what they said to get me all the way together. Plus the girls did their first street style look for the summer. They are back like they never left.

Photography by Kaylin James

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Windbreaker

Happy April! It is spring break week around these parts. Our plans consist of picking out items to repair my master bathroom and living room after a massive water leak. I shared the disaster on IG a few weeks ago. It has been a bit exhausting and inconvenient but I’m excited about a new bathroom on the other end of this journey. Until then, we’ve been waiting on the spring weather to arrive while we channel the 80’s in our windbreakers.

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Black Family Magic

Early on in my blogging career, I didn’t find a lot of families that looked like mine. I knew I had to create a blog that I wanted to read. I decided to be an unapologetic black mother and share my life. I share recipes, home decor, the relationship with my husband, weaves and natural hair. This is me and my black family.

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Black History

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.

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