My BFF and I impulsively planned to go to BlogHer in October of last year. In five minutes we had purchased our conference tickets, booked a flight and hotel. Done! We were all set, with nine months to wait. hahahahaha Finally the time had come and we were excited. The kickoff party was on Thursday it was a Selfiebration and the first full day of conference was on Friday. The big day was on Saturday, Arianna Huffington and Kerry Washington were both speaking. MAJOR! To top that off Rev. Run of RUN-DMC was hosting the close out party. WHAT!!! Now let's break down the trip as it really played out, it was a total adventure. I'm going to skip the part where we were supposed to fly from L.A. to San Jose only we missed our crop duster but managed to get on a flight to San Fran at no additional cost. SCORE!
cradle cap took it all out. After some good nurturing her hair has grown and now our challenges are much different. Natural hair care shouldn't be hard or painful.
Nori @ 2 months pre-cradle cap. No baby was harmed in the taking of this picture.
Hey Cuties,It is Black Breastfeeding week and I'm talking about breastfeeding, it is such a controversial topic. There was a recent headline about a college graduate snapping a picture while breast feeding her 3 month old during her graduation ceremony. It went viral and everyone had something to say about it. Good or bad, they were standing in their truth I suppose. For whatever reason breastfeeding has always been a part of the Mommy Wars. I realize that breastfeeding isn't for everyone but why is something so natural complained about so much? Many non-American cultures breastfeed and they are celebrated not shamed. (Read the comments of online articles and you will see exactly what I mean.)