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kesha-headshot-2I’m Kesha! – an Atlanta blogger and graphic artist, wife to a crazy man, and most importantly… mom to a set of adorable preschool-age twins. I’ve always felt that there was a huge void in regards to the depiction of fun and positive African American families within social media. We Got Kidz not only fills that void, but in this age of social media, We Got Kidz opens the lines of communication for all moms and dads, offering up a refreshingly laid back approach to parenting to a “new generation” of parents.


What you’ll find on the blog:




Mentions, Shout-outs, and Features:


buzz_0002_sheknows-logo-large-(2)_0People must like what I have to say! SheKnows.com wanted my opinion on good reactions to unsolicited parenting advice – and boy did I give it.

I just filmed my 3rd segment for the CBS morning show Better Mornings Atlanta!

buzz_0007_mailonline_logoKids will sleep ANYWHERE. Daily Mail featured a hilarious piece that I did that proved just that.

buzz_0004_Black-Web-Series-960Apparently, my friends and family aren’t the only ones who watch my YouTube series. Yaasss! BlackWebSeries.com did a beautiful feature on us that made us proud.

 Segment on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta

Click here to see all of my Better Mornings Segments!


CBS46 News


So here’s what happened…

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We Got Kidz was started, in the beginning, to be a virtual album of sorts. I’ll be honest and say that I had absolutely no clue as to what I was doing. (“Blogging”?? What’s that? Sounds like something you do out in the woods.) I simply wanted a place for family and friends to come and see fun videos and pictures of my newborn twins. Often times the husband and I would trip over a toy or have a particularly frightening diaper changing experience. The reality of the fact that we were now parents would hit us heavily during these moments. We’d look at each other and say with disbelief, “We got kids!” (grammatical inaccuracy and all). I started to write about these personal experiences on my blog, and people loved it. I have a gift. What can I say? 😉 From there, We Got Kidz (with a “z” for flava’) officially began; and it has since become a full-fledged lifestyle guide for the would-be “cool” parent.


The 411…

Most of what you’ll read will be absolutely hilarious… or at least mildly amusing. The husband, kids, and I are just a quirky bunch by nature; so the stories we have to tell are, more often than not, hysterical. I personally spend most of my time walking that fine line between hip mom and fanny pack wearer. The hubby and I are desperate to maintain some sense of coolness. We want nothing more than to hold on to at least a shred of our funky-fresh personalities while we traverse the ups and downs of this crazy ride called parenthood. Along our journey I’ll share dope videos, awesome parenting tips, juicy entertainment news, ‘slap yo’ momma’ recipes, contributed pieces from amazing guest bloggers along with any other interesting junk that pops into my brain or slides across my desk. My husband will be making appearances here and there – popping up to regale you with his silly antics. Ultimately, we’re here to help make your life as a parent just a tad bit easier and a little bit more entertaining.


Check these out! Here are a few of my favorite and most popular posts…

10 Pantry Must Haves for Emergency Preparedness and Every Day Life dried-beans-emergency-preparednessThis one has gone viral on Pinterest AND Facebook.Good stuff!
Actor Terry Crews Gives Me the Best Marriage Advice EVER In an Awesome Interview cloudy-with-a-chance-of-meatballs-2-terry-crews I got to talk to actor Terry Crews! He was sincere, kind, and gracious during our amazing interview.
Brown Baby Hair Diaries – An African American Baby’s Hair Journey natural-hair-kids-african-american-baby-4 People come from Google in droves to read this one. This piece inspired a whole series!
9 Ridiculously Easy DIY Projects That You Can Do Right Now 6a00d8358081ff69e2016767a27850970b-800wi And who doesn’t love a little DIY? This piece has made the rounds quite a bit on Pinterest.


Official Bio

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Kesha Phillips is currently a part time graphic artist and full time writer/editor of WeGotKidz.com. Growing up in Wilmington, NC, Kesha received the amazing opportunity to write a weekly “teen” column for the Star News. After graduating high school, Kesha moved to Greensboro, North Carolina where she attended NC A&T State University and neurotically pursued multiple degrees (simply because she couldn’t decide on just one). There she successfully published a poem (yes, one), and a few short stories. Her current baby is WeGotKidz.com – a lovely mesh of a parenting and entertainment blog. Kesha currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her lovely husband and twins AJ and Jax.  


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  1. March 15, 2015 at 3:33 pm — Reply

    Hi Kesha! I have a 13 yr old daughter who’s scalp gets so dry that if she scratches it, it will bleed. She will develop bumps in her head that will eventually turn into scabs because its dry. Now I come from the old school where we use oil the scalp…. well that don’t work on her because I have found that she ge even more bumps in her head. I have stopped putting grease directly on her scalp, because the bumps will come. I follow your tips on your blog and try everything you recommend 🙂 but now it seems like even the oils are causing bumps too. Wha do you suggest? I have taken her to her dr. and of course the bumps disappear before we get there, and they don’t know to properly treat black hair so they tell me to get her medicatd shampoo and see if that helps. Well…. it doesn’t. Any advice or guidence you can offer would be greatly apprectiated!

    • March 15, 2015 at 8:32 pm — Reply

      I think your first step needs to be to get a second opinion from another doctor or dermatologist. It sounds like she may be allergic to a certain ingredient in the products you use which causes irritation. Unfortunately I can’t tell you what that is. I don’t want to recommend a product and have things get worse for her. I can tell you that that old school “greasing the scalp” thing was something that my mother did on my hair as well. The reality is that it’s just not a good practice. Those heavy greases contain cheap oils like mineral oil and petrolatum that can clog pores and block the hair shaft from absorbing moisture.

      The scalp needs to remain clean if it’s going to remain healthy. Think of the skin on the scalp as you would the skin on your face. Would you slather a thick smelly oil all over your face? Probably not. The scalp should be thought of the same way. When moisturizing the hair, the ends are actually the most important and require the most attention. The scalp produces a natural oil on its own and rarely needs any help. Because our hair is kinky, those natural oils can’t get to the ends as easily or as readily, so that’s why your concentration should be on the ends of her hair.

      Get a spray bottle and mix half aloe vera juice and half water in it. Spritz her scalp with that instead of using a hair grease. Aloe vera juice has natural healing properties and is fantastic for growth.

      Hope that helps! 🙂

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  3. October 21, 2013 at 10:10 am — Reply

    I love your writing already, I'm about to leave this page to go dig into the rest. And kudos, you mother-of-multiples! I had two, but not at the same time! Get it girl 🙂

    • October 21, 2013 at 10:23 am — Reply

      Thanks Sandra! By all means, stick around for a bit and make yourself at home 🙂 And yes ma'am, I've got two babies going through their "terrible-two" transition into "treacherous-threes". Lord help me. lol! Thanks for stopping by!

  4. October 21, 2013 at 9:39 am — Reply

    Hi, there! I'm visiting today from SITS and I love your about me page. It's really a great way to get to know you. I love the way you've set it up.

    Happy Blogging!

    (Your kids are ADORABLE, btw.)

    • October 21, 2013 at 9:45 am — Reply

      Thanks for stopping by Karen!! And thanks for the love on the page. I've changed this darn page about a million times; and I think I've finally gotten it to a point where it's presentable. lol. Thanks!
      P.S. My twins said "tank-you". lol

  5. August 8, 2013 at 8:04 am — Reply

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  6. June 11, 2012 at 4:26 pm — Reply

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  7. March 22, 2012 at 4:46 pm — Reply

    I stumbled across your site today and very glad I did. I like the writing style and the content. If you ever want to use any of our content on your site we would be honored – although we are not too funny:). Check us out: AfroDaddy.com – The Black Man Survival Guide and keep doing what you do!
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    • March 22, 2012 at 6:27 pm — Reply

      Thank you so much Mr. Daddy!… or can I call you Afro? Ha! No seriously, I appreciate you stopping through and making my day. I want to be like you one day so be sure and spread the word about We Got Kidz. 🙂

  8. October 1, 2011 at 10:26 pm — Reply

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