Young boy tells people “get yourself together” BEFORE you try to date someone else
Why is there this assumption that all black parents spank their children and what does this say about how we view black parenting?
Adiba Nelson prays that once her job as a parent is done, God will send her daughter a man who will genuinely love her and see her and not her special needs.
For the sake of his sons, Kozo Hattori challenges himself to find compassion for Ray Rice. ___ My first reaction to the TMZ video of Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée was not only horror and alarm, but also fear and compassion for Janay Palmer, specifically, and all women, in general. I have no doubt […]
Devin Robinson debates if the “Village Raising a Child” Mentality Still Stands
A mother imagines what her special needs son is saying when he’s too stressed out to speak.
In keeping with the notion of being transparent, Adiba Nelson longs for the life she thought she might have if she never had a child.
Kozo Hattori writes a letter to his sons in case he dies.
Aleasa Word reflects on the high dependence we have on technology and its impact on kids
You never know what you’re going to have to say when you have kids. Danielle Anderson at ScaryMommy.com shares a few of the phrases she’s been slinging around these days.
Dr. Vibe talks with Christopher Norris and Arthur L. Griffin Jr. about how black mothers are raising their boys
Does your son know what to do if he is stopped by the police?
Rodney Rock’s funny yet inspiring video speaks to his future children on tips for dating women
Rita Templeton, author at scarymommy.com, has some advice for boys discovering their anatomy.
“When it comes to ‘Dropouts,’ Things Are Never As They Seem!”
Kozo Hattori questions the necessity for kids to “take responsibility” at the expense of kindness.