De Su Mama

Legacy of Multiracial Motherhood

March to March: A Love Letter to You

What a difference a year makes, sweet Angel of mine. Not only can I not believe we are nearly half way through the third month of 2011, it is amazing to look back at the expanse of time and all that has taken place from last March to this March. So much. So very much. To begin with, you were a little baby last March, Alina. Only two months old.

Continue reading…

On My Nightstand: March 2010

Since after my tiny infant turned toddler, the idea of taking some time out for me has been heavy on my mind. I committed so much to Alina during her first year of life. I stay home with her, I exclusively breast fed, I fully engrossed myself in all things baby. And although I know taking time out to adsorb the realities of our new family, to grasp the new

Continue reading…

Comparing DSLR to a Basic Camera: The Coveted Camera

Real Life Photography Tutorials I finally got to compare a DSLR to my crap camera, and I’ve got to say – I fell in serious covet. Here is real life photography tutorials on comparing performance of crap cameras with a snazzy DSLR. Oh, Cannon T2i 18 MP CMOS APS-C Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD Screen, how I covet thee. Let me count the ways…. Okay, let me not, but

Continue reading…

Avocado Mango Salsa : Summer Salad Food Traditions

Making Salsas Salsas are one of the most versatile condiments and can reflect your taste and creativity.  I personally  love avocados any time of year, but when its hot out, a refreshing summer salad really hits the spot. This Avocado Mango Salsa is a great addition  to a summer salad or a topping for grilled meats, It’s also certainly become a part of our food traditions. Make this salsa a day

Continue reading…

Red Rock Canyon: Alina’s First Hiking Adventure

Red Rock Canyon, Nevada’s first National Conversation Area, is very close to where we live on the West side of Las Vegas. Although it is literally only 15 minutes from us, we don’t take advantage of this escape from urban life as much as we should. After this weekend’s adventure however, my Husband and I agreed we will be coming back every weekend while the desert temperatures continue to be

Continue reading…

March 5th’s Bountiful Baskets

This was maybe one of the best bounties we have had yet! Way to go, Bountiful Baskets! We are all stocked up on 9 grain from last week, so we just ordered a standard basket. Here is this week’s bounty: 1 Pineapple 8 Banana 14 Minneola Orange 7 Gala Apple 4 Mango 1 Bag of Butter Golds Potato 1 Bunch of Spinach 1lb Green Beans 4 Tomato 3 White Onion

Continue reading…

Raising A Resilient Child: Using Nuture To Build A Resilient Nature {Part 2}

Alina’s Auntie made it very clear that she was not happy at all with my last post. Oh, how I love overprotective Aunties! Let me clarify: Alina is my pride and joy. She is beautiful and perfect in all ways because she came from the love between my Husband and I. We unconditionally love her. Even the parts of her that test my patience are qualities that will, inevitably, make

Continue reading…

Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.

Join our Multiracial Motherhood Community.

No spam ever.