Thursday, September 22, 2011

Girls Living Their Dreams

It seems like forever since I updated this blog. To say I've been busy would be an understatement but I just had to write about The Real Princess Zaria's summer experience. She went back to school a couple weeks ago so she is extremely bogged down with school work. It's a good thing, though. She's a fifth grader now, but I digress.....

In August, Zaria attended two awesome events!

I was fortunate to escort her to The Girlapalooza 2011 event which featured a meet and greet with Camille Winbush 'Nessa' of The Bernie Mac Show. Camille was so humble and she shared great tips and advice with the girls. The Girlapalooza Mother-Daughter Tea was fantastic! The girls were treated to an innovative 'green' fashion show, poetry, live music performances and self-esteem building talks.

Later that month, we attended The Pretty Brown Girl Movement. A powerful launch that highlights pretty brown girls from all over the country. 12 year old, Amiya Anderson, owner of Amiya's Mobile Dance Academy, graced the girls with an original poem sharing her story of success.

Zaria was ecstatic to see girls who looked like her doing dynamic things. I think she was so inspired that she decided to attend an audition for a local play.

My wish is that all girls, young and all, would live their dreams.

What are you dreaming?


  1. HI there ! New follower How sweet!!! Zaria must of had the best time! how cute if you would like to follow me back you could love meeting new mommies and becoming friends!

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  3. She is a cute little princess. I wish that her dreams come true.
    Visiting you from African Bloggers community.

  4. If you believe in her and help her build her self confidence, she will grow up to become whatever she wants to be. And I know that you believe in her.
    Stopping by to invite you to out newly launched AFRICAN BLOGGERS COMMUNITY (also for non-Africans). Hope you join us. Have a blessed day.

  5. Thanks to the African Bloggers Community. I try to do whatever I can to build her self confidence and that of our other princesses.