Greetings to you from HBCU kidz, Inc. and the Gosier Family!
This year we are focusing our time and talent in this new era in raising outstanding FUTURE DREAMERS, LEADERS and ACHIEVERS while at the same time embracing positive family culture.
All of the various photo images of the Obama Family just make us so proud to be who we are...DOing what we DO... during the time that we are living in this 21st century.
Our family is capturing our feelings and hope for tomorrow in scrapbooks and photo journals for our future generation to embrace. We are inspired to plan for a brighter future and we invite all like minded families to connect with us here on this blog!
Did U know...any baby born this year...who survives to see their 87th birthday...is likely to witness the 22nd century? Do the math! We were blessed to welcome a new addition to our family on October 24, 2012 and we are committed to equipping her the best we can!
Can our families work together to implement a fantastic year as we prepare 200,000 FUTURE DREAMERS, LEADERS and ACHIEVERS to succeed?
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So many answers to the question.
I know that whenever my husband is not at home, my daughters echo, "Where's Daddy?"
Fortunately, the answer is usually quite easy. "He is on his way home. Call him and see how far he is away from home."
They happily skip around if the answer is less than 50 minutes.
It seems to DO a lot for their sense of value, worth and confidence as young girls in a very cruel, uncaring and dog-eat-dog world. When he holds them in his arms and/or plays with them at the park it seems to offer an incubator for preparation to be the best that GOD has in store for them.