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  • How to foster your child's sense of connection to their African roots?

    "It takes a village to raise a child." So the elders have wisely said. And truer words have never been spoken. Children are born with fresh pa...
  • The African Textiles that inspire our products

    Anyone who’s been to Africa will attest that it’s a highly animated land of color and soul. From vibrant traditions to delectable dishes to beaut...
  • 12 best Christmas stocking fillers for kids

      Stockings are the best and fun way to let your family cheer up on the Christmas occasion and for your little ones, Christmas stockings are the ma...
  • Women's Hope International X Muffin Sisters

      We are honoured that Women's Hope International has buttonholed us to collaborate with them. They want us to fashion baby dribble bibs for them ...
  • The tradition of storytelling in Africa

    Africa is a cradle of civilization. It is one of the earliest societies on earth. Africa also has an amazing array of cultures that are reflected i...
  • Soft, Unique, African-Inspired Blankets for your little ones.

      When babies are delivered into this world, they come wet, naked, and cold; with only the warmth of a mother’s or deliverer’s touch to comfort. T...
  • Preserving African Culture for a Black Child in ‘the west’: a Letter to Parents by Kelise

    Letter to parents regarding the importance of preserving African culture for a black child living in 'the west'
  • African, Caribbean, European – or Something in Between? Growing Up Mixed Heritage in a Changing World by Amaia Rhea

    The Wrong Rhythm As a child growing up in the late 2000s, my dream job was to be a dancer... but not just any dancer: a ballerina. I knew ballet s...
  • Teaching Children Through Books To Value One Another And Celebrate Diversity

      In today’s world, it is important to teach our young ones how to value each other and understand the concept of diversity. To help your children ...
  • Through a Mother’s Eyes: Mothering Biracial Babies in 2020 by Noel

    “To be a mother is the most transformative aspect of my life. I am a better woman and human being because of the mere fact that I’m a mom. I mea...
  • TT's BDay Party by Obiele L.

          Whoop whoop!! My Little TT is officially ONE!    Well, officially fourteen months, but who’s counting?  The party went very well and I have ...
  • African baby naming ceremony

    The baby naming ceremony is a beautiful ritual for many people; it is an occasion to introduce the little one to his/her new world. Most of the Af...

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