As a teenager my family moved to Penang, Malaysia, a beautiful tropical island famous for delicious street food. There were many things that made Malaysia different than our home in Michigan. One memorable change was the island-wide celebration of...
This month, as a contributor to Lansing Mom, my assignment is to provide a reading list of books that feature black heroes. My first reaction to the assignment was, “What does it mean to be a hero?” To our...
It’s long after February and I’m writing about Black American history. Black Americans in history have been an integral part of this country. We disservice our kids and ourselves greatly when we restrict the education and celebration of Black...
It’s after February and I’m writing about Black American history. Black Americans in history have been an integral part of this country. We disservice our kids and ourselves greatly when we restrict the education and celebration of Black history to...
The holiday season is a time for family and friends to come together. It is a time to carry on old traditions. For some, it is a time to start new ones. Kwanzaa is one of the many holiday...
Celebrating Hanukkah and Christmas has always been a joy for me. Growing up, I learned about two faiths as my mom is Christian and my dad is Jewish. I always love the holidays and the traditions we were able...
August is a very busy time for parents. Kids are heading back to school, wardrobes need to be changed with the weather, and we’re packing in as much sunshine and vacations as we can before the weather turns. Therefore,...
We cannot believe that the 2023 school year is almost upon us! It happened so fast! No matter how you plan on schooling this year, we've got you covered! Check out everything you might need for the 2023 school...
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a time to honor and celebrate the diverse cultures, people, and achievements of AAPI communities. We love finding stories that are representative of our kiddo, and as a result we've...
International Women's Day was first celebrated by the UN on March 8, 1977. It is a day designed to celebrate women's contributions to society. A day to encourage gender parity and to boost support for women's organizations. IWD has enjoyed...

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