There have been several times in the few weeks that I’ve gotten on the internet and read a current event and then ultimately just closed my computer or phone within the first 4 minutes. Not because the world news makes me so sad (which it does), but mainly because of comments and opinions. It gets toughContinue reading
Clearly, kiddie-dos are limitless with all the Just For Me Products we’ve been trying lately! Riley got a quick top-knot and we couldn’t be more pleased with the results. The best part is that it was quick and easy! For this top-knot, we used the Just For Me Smoothing Gel and Edge Creme. IContinue reading
I’m obsessed with putting other people on to products that I find helpful or interesting. When I’m happy, I want everyone to share the joy.
We’ve been working with Just For Me and we have absolutely fallen in love with the products!
Christin Armstrong, the founder of Mocha Kid Magazine, sat down with Sofia of KPRC Channel 2 to discuss the past, present and future of Mocha Kid Magazine.
We’re making room for Issue FOUR of Mocha Kid Magazine.
There’s an age old natural hair question out there that we’ve finally found the answer to! How do I get tangle-free moisturized tresses for my KID?! Mocha Kid Magazine has partnered with Just For Me to challenge every child to run 5 fingers through their hair! The #5fingerchallenge! We’ve filmed one of our favorite MochaContinue reading
Because we understand that every mom doesn’t want to spend $150 on makeup. Because we know that things aren’t always as peachy as they seem. Because we want you to know that normal isn’t perfection. A $15 Mom Makeup Video! You’re welcome! I shot this video with my iPhone 6s. I held my babyContinue reading
The inaugural Mocha Kid Expo last weekend was PERFECT! We had so many awesome vendors and breakout sessions and we can’t wait to share with you! In the meantime, we have to offer sincere gratitude to everyone. You helped us promote this event. You helped us put this event together and YOU showed up inContinue reading
Call me naive, but back in college, my head was in the clouds. I went to a diverse school and figured that racism wouldn’t be something my kids would ever experience, because it had already started to dissipate. I didn’t hear many racist jokes. I never heard hateful remarks unless I was watching a black or white supremacistContinue reading