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Fatherhood Reconstructed – Tony Douglas


Monday, June 19, 2017

For Fathers Day, mini Leah decided that she wanted to interview her Dad to find out his thoughts on Fatherhood. It was suggested that she ask him between 3 and 5 questions, she decided that 10 would be best and came up with all the questions herself. Here is the unedited interview.

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#MRANNIVERSARY Photo Challenge


Monday, June 19, 2017

    We would like to say a colossal thank you to everyone that took part in our first anniversary photo challenge, it was such cute way to mark our first year!  The hashtag #MRanniversary never looked so good!  We have been blown away by all of your contributions... we may or may not have had glassy ...

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Fatherhood Reconstructed


Saturday, June 17, 2017

This Father's Day we decided to ask some father's to tell us what fatherhood means to them.  We thought that it was important to create a space for father's to share their experience rather than write something from a mother's perspective, we are about authentic narratives after all.  Father's you are vital and we value ...

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Guest Post: Why I’m Going Natural…


Thursday, May 18, 2017

A 2nd Guest post written for us by Greta Solomon, a very timely post as we host our 2nd natural hair panel this weekend (Saturday 20th May). See Greta's first post here. I’ve always had a love / hate relationship with my hair. I think most kids can attest to the fact that their parents did nothing ...

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Yvonne Telford on Motherhood.


Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Before you had your children and started KemiKids, what was day to day life typically like for you? Before having my daughters, I was a Credit Risk Analyst at GlaxoSmithKline. I gave up work after I became a mother. I knew this was going to happen because before my husband John and I got married, we ...

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Hair Stories


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

My hair story... I've had nearly every hairstyle known to Afro hair. When it comes to hair my mother should have only had sons! When I first started school I attended a very prestigious private school in Kensington. I was the only black girl in the lower school and there was another black girl in the ...

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