About Raising Biracial Babies
Raising mixed kids comes with many challenges.
You feel overwhelmed thinking about how to parent your kids because you can’t relate exactly to their life experiences.
You’re confused about how to care for mixed hair, and you don’t know which products to use, or how to do protective hairstyles.
You’re worried your kids will be bullied and people will make racial comments just because they look different.
You want to support your children’s biracial identity, but you’re not sure how.
I believe you can raise mixed kids who feel empowered by their unique heritage.
“Omg I’m so happy I found this blog!! Both this post and all your posts! I’m a single mom raising my 6 year old biracial son in a predominantly white community. Sometimes I feel clueless. THANK YOU for sharing your stories and knowledge!” – Molly
“I bought your book for a great mum who was struggling and was going to cut her daughter’s hair very, very short. You are saving little girls all over.” – Martha
“Thank you for chatting with me and for your tips! You’re amazing and very helpful. My daughters hair has been so easy to manage. I used all of your tips and her curls were amazing. Thanks for the tips again.” – Bria
“Thank you so much for such a detailed response!!! I will start setting these suggestions on how to support my nephew’s biracial identity into motion. I also appreciate you pointing out that how he chooses to identify might change because I probably would have gotten worried!! Thank you again!” – Bridget
“I ordered these for my grandson after reading your emails, your information is so spot on, thank you so much. I have also given my daughter and her mother in law all your information because her mother in law has another mixed grandson and now she’ll be having a granddaughter in 4 more months so you’ll be a godsend to all of us.” – Teena
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When I first found out I was pregnant with my first child, I knew my parenting experience would be different than most of the people I knew.
My child was biracial and I knew she’d be dealing with racial comments and even bullying from other kids in school because she looked different.
After I had her, I felt scared and overwhelmed. What did I know about raising a confident mixed child? I didn’t know first hand what she would experience so how could I prepare her for a world that very well may not accept her because of what she looks like?
And how would I learn to take care of her hair? As for styling her hair, it felt impossible and overwhelming to even contemplate trying to put it in a protective hairstyle!
After talking about these issues with my husband and other people of color plus a lot of my own trial and error, I learned about everything from mixed hair care so my children would grow up feeling proud of their natural hair, to including more diversity into their everyday lives, and more.
I can help you accomplish this too!
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“Wow. Thank you so much! You have no idea how helpful this is! My kiddo has the most amazing, beautiful hair but she’s nearly 10 and it’s getting a little coarse and she is comparing herself to her classmates and not loving her hair. Puberty and then on top of it starting to hate her hair? NO THANKS! Your advice is going to get her back to loving her amazing hair. Thanks so much!!!!” – Jennifer
“Thank you for taking the time to provide this information. I really appreciate your advice. I am a black woman and my child is biracial. I have been struggling so much with my daughter’s hair because it is nothing like mine. But now I’m better equipped to maintain my child’s hair. Once more, thank you for helping me rectify the mistakes I was making with the upkeep of my daughter’s hair. God Bless You!” – Y
“Thank you for putting your trials, errors, & successes out here for those looking for answers!” – Dana
“This was so helpful!! My daughter is one and the way you describe your daughter’s hair is the same as my daughter!! I’ve been wondering how to deep condition it and you helped! Thanks for the tips! – Kelly