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Raising Happy & Healthy Biracial Kids

 

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Our Mission:  To form an online community of like-minded indviduals who love across color lines and want the best for the children created by this love. To raise Biracial children with strong self-esteem, positive self-awareness, and confidence in themselves.  Regina Wellman

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 Reggie

I am the creator and owner of Biracialboom.com. As the mother of two grown Biracial sons, I have experienced the joys and challenges of parenting Biracial Children.  

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Sean

Hello my name is Sean Wellman I am 23 years old and son of the owner of this website. My mom asked me for my story concerning racism and struggles I faced growing up Biracial.

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Lauren

My mother is white and my father is black, making me a delicious mix of the two. I grew up in a single parent family, my dad was never around much. 

 

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