It’s not often that I come across children’s books that feature a Black girl as the main character. It’s even less common that I come across children’s books that feature a Black girl and her father as the main characters. So, how ecstatic do you think I was when I discovered the Daddy Do My… Continue reading Daddy Do My Hair? – A Children’s Book Review
Introducing to you Nahdia, or Nahdz as she is more commonly known, the play enthusiast and sensory sensation who, along with her sons, has given us all something (apart from homework and hair) to do with the kids on a Sunday. Sensory Sunday came off the back of the positive responses that Nahdz received after… Continue reading Hey! It’s My Life in a Day…featuring Nahdz Adventures
So, I started this post in an Instagram caption after having had some DM questions following my Instagram Stories. I soon realised that a caption would not allow me to tell you everything that I need to tell you, hence the blogpost. You are very welcome… Yesterday, I took the girls to the Beach. Not… Continue reading Life’s A Beach – A Review of The Beach, Brent Cross
I originally wrote this post during the Summer of 2016, but held onto it. I am publishing it today as I feel the time is now right. It’s a long one, so you may want to grab a cuppa… x In the UK, September is the month during which kids either return to school or… Continue reading A “How To” Guide: When yours is the only non-white child in the classroom…
When I was little, and I got invited to birthday parties by school friends, my mum enforced a strict £5 present buying maximum. Note the use of the word ‘maximum’. Sometimes, we didn’t even reach the full fiver. And if I wanted to top it up, which I didn’t, but if I did, that was… Continue reading How Much Is Too Much?