Happy Friday! How did your work week go? Did you accomplish any of your goals this week? I think I made great progress on my work goals. I’ve been feeling very inspired to continue working on a few creative projects I have going on at the moment. Travis made a BIG accomplishment this past week:… Read More #FridayVibes Weekly Top Five (8/10/2018)
Last year, when I was pregnant with Zephaniah the healthy foods I used to love eating were homemade salads, cottage cheese, asparagus, and sweet potatoes. I also enjoyed eating tilapia fish tacos and salmon. (Here’s my homemade fish taco recipe with sweet potato fries if you’d like to try it.) After I gave birth, I… Read More Can Eating Fish During Pregnancy Help Reduce the Risk of Having a Preemie?
Happy 4th of July, friends! Hope you are enjoying the sunshine and making memories with your loved ones. Here’s a cute story to brighten your day. This one comes from Texas in Southwest Houston and it is sure to make you smile. New parents Linda and Thomas Agi welcomed quadruplets on June 1, 2018. Mr. and… Read More Four Little Blessings for the Fourth of July
So now that National Breastfeeding Month has come to an end, what happens now? I was thinking about this while I was at the Black Breastfeeding Summit at the Charles H. Wright African American Museum in Detroit. I was wondering what happens after breastfeeding month ends. What have I learned from this experience and how… Read More Three Detroit Moms Share Their Thoughts on Breastfeeding
August 2016 The month of August is National Breastfeeding Month. Each year women across the United States and the world celebrate and share their journey of breastfeeding their babies. Breastfeeding advocacy groups, lactation consultants, peer coaches, and other breastfeeding supporters plan many events to raise awareness and support to educate women and the public about… Read More Why We Should Celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week