Celebrating “Natural Hair” – Funny Tee

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As I mentioned yesterday, hair in the African American community is a Very Big Deal, and we’ve waded into the issues now that we have a daughter from Ethiopia. [Read more...]

What This White Mom Did to Her Black Daughter’s Hair: The First Trip to the Salon

I had Naomi’s hair in two twists to make it easy for the stylist to work through. Or, so I thought.

As I’ve mentioned before, hair has been a challenge in our trans-racial adoption of our five year old daughter Naomi.  [Read more...]

How Do You Honor Courage?

I started typing this post at 2:00 p.m., on July 3 — 150 years to the hour from Pickett’s Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg. [Read more...]

Is Monsters University Left Wing Propaganda?

Like many of you, my husband and I packed up our three kids and headed to the movie theater this weekend to see the latest Pixar movie, a sequel to Monsters, Inc. called “Monsters University.” [Read more...]

Abortion and the Idol of Self

Let’s imagine for a moment that you find yourself in a difficult position — one that has led to abject panic about your future career, the fate of a valued relationship, or whether you’ll even be able to make ends meet. [Read more...]


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