A few weeks ago, I placed this yellow, intersectional Black Lives Matter sign created by Matice M. Moore, a Black… Read more The messy story behind the Black Lives Matter sign in my white family’s window
Recently, my 4-year-old son pulled out Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site, by Tom Lichtenheld, from his book shelf, a title we had… Read more Questioning media with my 4-year-old son: Why are all the trucks in this story boys?
If I could describe my mental state following the election in one word, I’d choose “scattered”. At first, there was a lot… Read more Raising kids to recognize and embrace difference is a way to resist Trump’s hate-filled agenda
(This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are mine and organic!) I’m always on the hunt for children’s books… Read more My Family Builders: Playing while talking race, gender and family structures with my 4-year-old
Just as most of the books in our library are white washed (although I’m working to fix that!), they are… Read more Challenging heterocentric norms with my toddler
Before I started this blog, I was in a near constant state of despondence. I’d watch or read the news… Read more One way to debunk the “but what can we do?” mentality