CoComelon Live! Takes The Stage in Music City

CoComelon LIVE! JJ’s Journey made its stop in Nashville, TN at TPAC on Sunday, November 20, 2022. The interactive musical production inspired by CoComelon, is the #1 most watched entertainment brand on YouTube! I was so excited when I saw buzz happening on the CoComelon Instagram page that CoComelon Live was headed out on tour. I bought the kids matching CoComelon sweaters to wear just in case their wheels on the bus rolled into town! We were hosted by CoComelon Live and views on my own (no major spoilers).

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PRIVY All White PopUp Diner’, More Than A Party

PRIVY All White PopUp Dinner 2022 was an incredibly good time. It was held on September 17th at Riverfront Park, Nashville TN. Yes we all dressed in our white attire. Then loaded up the car with everything we needed to decorate our table for an all white dining experience. There were live performances by many chart topping artist, including Adina Howard, Sunshine Anderson, Tweet, Lyfe Jennings, Carl Thomas, and Kid Capri! However PRIVY is more than getting together to party.

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Family Fun at Gaylord Opryland Summer of More

Gaylord Opryland’s Summer of More is happening now through Monday, September 5, 2022. There’s a host of family-friendly pirates and princesses events galore like, The Shiny Stash Scavenger Hunt, Treasure Trove Art Studio, Pirates & Princesses Academy, Lost Treasure Flatboat Voyage, Royal Carriage Rides, The Captain’s Hidden Treasure Escape Room, SoundWaves and more. We were hosted during our stay and got a chance to check out all the fun!

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Inspiring Black Children’s Books To Read Right Now

It’s important for our children to see themselves when they read books. For me, growing up I didn’t see images of characters that resembled me. However, that’s not the case anymore. My children get to grow up reading books with beautiful black kids in the stories. By the way, if your looking for a black owned book store to support check out Alkebu-Lan Images located in Nashville, TN near Tennessee State University. You can also shop their store online. Here’s a few books we’re reading by Black Authors this Black History Month and honestly all year long.

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How I Knew I Was Ready For A Vasectomy

Most black men or any man will hear the word vasectomy and the first thing they do is groan and run away. Why is that? Here I was sitting and thinking about getting that procedure done and terrified at the same time. As kids we were taught that getting hit between the legs meant immeasurable pain. Luckily, I never had to learn that lesson the hard way. Here I am at the age of 32, getting a vasectomy.

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Prejudice At The Park

Kind of sad that this happens to be my first blog as there are so many other things I’d rather express that are positive! Some people experience things in ways other don’t. Some will react to things in ways others won’t. For me prejudice/racism is just something that comes with my skin complexion as a Black man. In some aspects I’ve become numb to it, because I expect it. It’s not right, but it’s something I’m aware of. There’s been a few times it’s happened and I simply shrugged it off. This time my wife, Tiarra saw it firsthand and was just heartbroken.

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