Being a first time parent can be really hard. There is no manual available to teach us how to do things – we have to figure it out as we go. We’re always told a million and one different things that need to be done […]
One of my passions has always been travelling. I am thankful to have been able to do a lot of travelling before I had my children. Thankfully, now that I have my kids we’re still in a position to be able to take several trips […]
Like many parents, I’ve made a conscious effort to buy dolls for my 3 year old that are African and that look like her. The majority of my daughters dolls are black.. Some of the first toys bought for our girls are dolls. Dolls have […]
WELCOME TO MY NEW BLOG!!!!!! I’m NaaDei ( it's an easy name that's pronounced Nah-day but I usually get called Naydee or Nayday or Nadia). I'm a momma of 2 toddlers - Dee (3) & Mista M (1), a wife, an avid traveler, an artist, a social worker and some other stuff too. I’m here to cultivate diversity in our uneeq children, uneeq cultures & uneeq experiences because it needs to be reflected in the blogging community. Now run the Afrobeats and follow an honest & diverse perspective on life, travel and parenting as a mommy with young uneeq kids.
My Book (I am Who I Am)
All children struggle with self-esteem & a postivie self image is something each child needs to develop from an early age. This book creates an opportunity to teach children, including those with extra challenges or developmental delays, that they are wonderful the way they are.