10 Sep My Brown Baby. denene-millner-books-black-childrens-books. Blogger Denine Miller describes herself as a “Yankee from New York with Southern Belle in my soul. I'm Hip Hop and home cooking cheese mac and cheese (from scratch) and the best chocolate martini you ever had. I adore my man and. 15 Nov Allie Ferguson, blogger at "My Real Kid: Life As a Transracial Adoptive Mom," shares what it was like to hear her son bring up race for the first time. 4 Apr As a working mom who exclusively breastfeeds, leaving my baby to go on business trips for days at a time OR just for a few hours to take a client meeting, can be rough. I miss him dearly, I get bouts of mommy guilt for not being able to bring him with me, and I Read More · Christina Brown 0 Comments. 15 Nov Allie Ferguson, blogger at "My Real Kid: Life As a Transracial Adoptive Mom," shares what it was like to hear her son bring up race for the first time. A maid or nanny-- typically of Latin American descent-- to whom rich, lazy Anglo women outsource most or all of their parenting duties. As the children came rushing out of the building and into the arms of the adults waiting for them, I overheard one little boy explode with excitement, “MOM! There are brown kids in my class! Three brown kids!” His mom's eyes grew large, and she quickly and harshly shushed him. Her eyes darted about trying to see if anyone.