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Sep 13, 2021

Adanna Dill and Schnelle Acevedo discuss parenting toddlers on the season two finale of the Black Moms Chat.

Drawing on their experiences parenting six children with different personalities during the toddler stage, they discuss dealing with tantrums, napping, how the pandemic affected their toddlers, engaging toddler...

Sep 6, 2021

On this week's episode of Black Moms Chat, Adanna Dill and Schnelle Acevedo reflect on the lessons they learned reading the book, We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers.

They discuss ways that they book made them view motherhood, money mindset, decision making, boundaries and value their time differently. 


Aug 30, 2021

On this episode, co-hosts Adanna Dill and Schnelle Acevedo chat with Eva Greene Wilson a wife, mother of 3, author of two children's books, illustrator, speaker, a graduate of Howard University School of Law, the owner and editor of the award-winning website SocaMom.comĀ®, homeschooling advocate, and the founder of the...

Aug 22, 2021

On this episode of the Black Moms Chat podcast, Adanna Dill and Schnelle Acevedo discuss how they're preparing for back to school in the midst of the surge of infections due to the Covid-19 Delta variant. They also share back to school advice, and school year self-care tips. 

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Aug 16, 2021

On this episode, Adanna Dill and Schnelle Acevedo discuss motherhood and style. They delved into whether or not their styles have changed after becoming mothers, the idea of dressing your age and what is considered appropriate for moms to wear.

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