August 20, 2017

3 Things Moms of Multiracial Kids Are Tired of Hearing

Multiracial kids are beautiful. We’ve all heard that one a thousand times. Did you know, some people find it offensive? Skin color should not even be a concern, debate or issue. However, it still is as judgments, opinions, and decisions are still sometimes based on skin color. As unfortunate as this is, it’s reality. Sometimes

August 13, 2017

We Must Teach Biracial Identity Development Early

While I was having a get-to-know-you session with my students during their advisory period, I could not help but notice, when I asked one of my students what types of music do you like to listen to, he began to name country artist, along with hip-hop artist as well.  I must admit, stereotypical thoughts began

August 6, 2017

5 Important Tips Every Parent of Biracial Kids Should Know

  Recently, our family was walking on a trail, through a park to a picnic area to enjoy lunch before the children played at the playground.   The four of us were walking single file as there were other people walking toward us. These three women were walking side by side. The trail was about

July 23, 2017

Did You Know? Facinating Facts about Biracial Kids

Biracial children are just like any other children. That’s what you would think…but there are apparently some interesting characteristics that biracial children acquire, just from having parents of two different races. This diverse background has profound impacts on your child’s psychological development. You may be surprised to know some of the things that are unique

July 2, 2017

Tips for Teaching Kids to Deal with Racism at School

  No parent wants their kids to experience racism. But, for biracial children, it’s reality. This can be a particularly touchy subject for white parents who never experienced racism. Perhaps we’d like to think we can protect our children from these experiences, or worse, we just wish it would go away. Whatever your case, and