Calling all beautiful, resilient, impeccable Black Mommies!

This week at MommiNation we salute YOU!

Beginning the week of September 23rd, we will be honoring #BlackMomsInAmerica as we highlight all

The wonderful aspects of being a black mom as well as our common struggles with parenting, relationships and day to day life. From featured blogs to riveting round table conversations, and tons of social engagement, we want you to join us in sharing the beauty, traditions and challenges of being a Black Mom in America.

Submit your blogs and photos today to info@mommination for a chance to be featured and don’t forget to share your favorite blogs with all your Mommi friends!

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The Impact of Learning to Swim

Oh boy, what a difference a year can make in your life! When we started 2019 my boys did not......

Furthering the Conversation: How to be Anti-Racist

The last few months have added more black bodies at the hands of white vigilantes and police officers to an......
black history month

20 Important Lessons to Teach Our Kids About Black History Month

This blog was originally posted on mom.com. 1/21 Photo by Twenty20 From the past we shape our future Ever wonder......

Are you a Black Mommi or a Mommi that’s Black?

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How to Explain All Things Juneteenth to Karen, Becky, Amy and Friends…

To all the Karen’s, Becky’s, and Amy’s Out There….This is for You! Dear Karen et al., I know you’re accustomed......

What Black Mommies can do to fight Racial Injustice NOW!

There are so many things happening all at once. We're in the midst of a pandemic but most importantly, for many...

Son, I’m Sorry: A Letter To My Little Black Boy

Dear Son…I’m so sorry I’m sorry that I didn’t listen to that voice in my head To the doubt that......

Dear White People: Will You Stand Up For Me?

I am scared that my son will go on his morning run and not come back. I’m scared to let...

Everything Was Stacked Against Me: COVID-19 Pregnancy

IN THE BEGINNING The first time I gave birth, in 2017, I was joyfully ignorant to all of the issues......

Am I raising a colorist?

My daughter is growing up, before my eyes. She is an honor student, active in clubs and is a great......

Their Silent Screams

Another sleepless night. It’s day 12 and she still hasn’t been found. The thought of her out there, alone &......

Hanukkah, Not Christmas

As a child, it didn’t take long for me to realize that Santa wasn’t real. I grew up in South......

We asked black mothers how they find their joy. This is what they said.

A few months into her second pregnancy, she needed to read an article about black motherhood that wasn’t a horror...

Tatyana Ali’s letter reminds black mothers that nothing is broken in us!

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I’m not a regular mom, I’m a cool mom!

To whom it May Concern: How many other people’s moms started their notes in school off like this? I bet......

Not Just For White Moms: Parenting in 2019

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The Only Brown Girl In Class

I never thought sending my kindergartner to a predominantly white school would lead to her being the only brown girl......

What My Daughter Should Know

My Biggest Blessing Having a baby in 2015 was the biggest blessing I could have ever imagined. It was also......

Black Hair Matters… But Should It?

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My faith gives me the strength needed to be a black mom in America

Sometimes it is hard for me to believe it, but I have been a black mom in America for over......

Being A Black Mom Trying to Raise Woke AF Kids #thestruggle

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The Unconscious Weight of Being A Black Mom in America

Mom The universal synonym for unconditional love. When you become a mother you experience what it truly means to love......

Black Women: Justice for All?

If you’ve been with me for a while you’ve already read my first blog in this series, Black Women: America’s......

As a Black Mother, My Parenting Is Always Political

Grab the book! When I was 7 or 8 years old, my mother would put on Whitney Houston’s “Greatest Love......

Us vs Everybody!

In a time where it feels like the world doesn’t want to see positive images like this..it begins to feel......

A Letter to my Black Teenage Son…

My son, the names change (often) but the way you are viewed (in this society) will not. Every day that...

Protecting Our Black Children In Predominately White Spaces

More Money More Problems? There’s a saying that the more money you get, the more problems you have.  It’s one......

MWB: Momming While Black

At a young 10 years old, my son Dre was called a nigger in school by a classmate. This is......

Don’t Touch My Hair!!!

It becomes imperative that we need more representation for little black girls with their natural hair presented in society and...

I’m A Black Mom in America & This sh*t isn’t Easy

Being a Black Woman Became harder when I Became a Mom… What it means to be a black Woman in......

Excuse Me Officer…Why Didn’t You Shoot Her??

It was in that moment when I realized, I was angry about the wrong thing. Stop and think, I was...

Black Women: America’s Punching Bag

  Brother Malcolm said it best, “The most disrespected woman in America, is the Black Woman. The most un-protected person......