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Welcome to SocaMom.com... I appreciate you! I share information about many different topics, however, my passion is for Caribbean Parenting. Here, on SocaMom.com, you will find links to our Facebook page where Caribbean moms can share information, links to our meetup groups in Brooklyn, NY and Washington, DC, reading lists for Caribbean children, role models for Caribbean children, music for moms who need just a little break to chair dance during the day, Caribbean food videos, and more recently, coloring sheets and activity sheets to help teach kids about Caribbean Culture.
I also share deals, book reviews, movie reviews, and all things mom... including shoes. I write about things happening in my life often on this site, since it is also my personal blog, so if I am going to ask you to walk a mile a minute in my shoes - they better be fabulous ones, right?
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