5 Ways Kids Can Make Money

Hey moms, did you know that you have money secretly hiding in your homes? Well, let me tell you, it’s your kids. Your kids could be making money right this second. Your kids could be having a fortune right now. You never know what your kids can do if you don’t ask. I want to share five ways to make money with your kids. Continue reading “5 Ways Kids Can Make Money”

5 Ways To Keep Your Kiddos Occupied When Doing Work

I want to share with you that we as moms, we have a ton of hats to wear and at times it can seem never ending. I can tell you from experience that it never seems to fail when I’m getting ready to get on the phone with a client or do some work in my business, my kids have so much to tell me or ask me. I can recall when they were younger, and I had just started my business, I had a particular interview on a mompreneur radio show and BOY oh boy oh boy, I was in my closet trying to do my interview, and I promise you, my little ones was tearing down the door trying to get in. Little fingers were under the door talking about: ” mommy can I come in, can I get a snack. Or how about screaming so loud that the callers heard them and said , now that’s a real mama. Actually, that is how I got the nickname: “Rockstar Mompreneur”.  Continue reading “5 Ways To Keep Your Kiddos Occupied When Doing Work”

Easy & Fun Books for Kids to Ready

Reading is so fundamental to our children’s well-being. I have picked some great books that I feel your little ones will enjoy reading. As a kid, you can learn and be exposed to so much so why not expose them to something positive and fun. Our children are our future. I hope your babies enjoy reading just a little bit more.

 



It is so important that we as parents teach our children about our heritage and the importance of knowing our culture. I enjoy teaching my babies our culture and family history.

 

Being that I have a daughter of color, it’s very important for me to teach her that her natural hair is beautiful. I love getting her books that has a young girl on the cover that resembles her.

 

 

It is said that children should read at least 1 hour per day outside of being at school. At my house, even if they don’t have homework, they are required to read something and sometimes, I request them to give me a two paragraph report. I also ask them questions as well!

QUESTION: What books are your kiddos reading now? leave me a comment below

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