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What Does Being Latina Mean to Me?

Puerto Rico

This post was first published on October 7, 2009. Since I’m speaking today on a panel titled “Latinas in Social Media” at the BlogHer 2010 conference and exploring how being Latina influences our social media interactions, I thought this post was timely. I’ve been asked a difficult question. I was asked to write about what […]

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Curly Hair is Beautiful Too! How Everyday Conversations Become Life Lessons in Our House.

Parenting

Baby girl: “Daddy, you need a haircut.” Husband: “Do I?” Baby girl: “Yes, but not too much. Just a little off the top. You don’t want to be bald because then people would laugh at you.” Husband (after some laughter): “Well baby, I don’t really care if people laugh at me. If they laugh at […]

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Nurturing Fathers Exist – Or Is My Husband a Rare Gem?

Parenting

My husband is a very attentive father – always has been since our daughter was born. He is known for making up silly songs and stories with our 4 year old. He’s also not afraid to don a fancy feather boa and tiara – whether attending a tea party or just playing dress-up. He also […]

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Do You Expect to be a Super Mom?

Wahm

This post was first published on July 11, 2007. At that time, I was still working full-time outside the home and struggling to find some work-life balance. Though I know I can still improve areas of my work-home life, I’ve come a long way. *Note: Slight edits have been made to the original post. What […]

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Atlanta Billboards Say Black Children Are An Endangered Species

Pregnancy

I first saw this story on the Orlando Sentinel’s Moms at Work blog, but with a quick search found other stories like the one on NYDailyNews.com. What do you think? What is your initial reaction to the billboard? Do you think it’s effective in getting their message across? You may have to read the stories […]

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