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  • 🎀 Baby Ela’s Christening 🎀#notourbaby
  • 🎀 Baby Ela’s Christening 🎀 #notourbaby

  •  52  4  2 hours ago
  • Love them 💘
  • Love them 💘

  •  41  2  3 hours ago
  • Tea for two please 😘

We are both down for the count this weekend, as we’ve caught some type of stomach bug.

What are you guys up to ? #TheDailyDavies
  • Tea for two please 😘

    We are both down for the count this weekend, as we’ve caught some type of stomach bug.

    What are you guys up to ? #TheDailyDavies

  •  81  3  5 hours ago
  • Beautiful 😍
  • Beautiful 😍

  •  35  2  7 hours ago
  • The couples that are meant to be, are the ones who go through everything that is meant to tear them apart. And come out even stronger 💪🏼💪🏿
#couplegoals #myman #love
  • The couples that are meant to be, are the ones who go through everything that is meant to tear them apart. And come out even stronger 💪🏼💪🏿
    #couplegoals #myman #love

  •  504  24  13 hours ago

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  • 🌟 FOLLOW FRIDAY 🌟 @just_aminat @jkmcclure @mccluretwins @jerseytayomcclure
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Today we want to highlight the McClure family (Ami, Justin, Ava, Alexis & Jersey), an interracial Nigerian - Irish family that shares their adventures & tips on multicultural parenting & family life on their website & YouTube channel The McClure family. The family is documenting their lives & they became popular when they shared a video where their daughters, Ava & Alexis, the identical twins, realized they look the same. Their videos are positive & funny & their goal is to inspire other interracial & multicultural families to connect better while having fun.
➡️ Go follow @just_aminat @jkmcclure @mccluretwins @jerseytayomcclure ⬅️
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“As our kids grow, we’ll let them embrace both sides of their parents. We are very big on offering choices & not telling our kids how to think and feel. We just want them to be happy & to feel loved every moment of their life. We spend quality time with them & are present so they feel the attention & love. Race will not be talked about much in our house because it should never be an issue. Instead, we will raise them to see outside of race & gender, to focus on developing dignity of character & pursuing the passions in life they love & stand for.
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I grew up very, very religious in the south (rural North Georgia) so the exposure made me naive & impotent towards realities of the world. Ami did not grow up embracing religion because her Mom is Christian & Dad Muslim so they didn’t even discuss spirituality. Also, growing up in the south, we didn’t have many black people... as I grew & evolved I realized dating outside my race was more interesting than dating what I know.
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The most surprising & unexpected thing I’ve learned was when I learned of Ami’s tribal marks. In Africa, they give you tribal marks when you’re born (cuts with a knife). Probably for Ami, it was when she realized how country my family really is! I was born & raised in the same location where the movie Deliverance was filmed - we were very indigent and bucolic in upbringing.”
  • 🌟 FOLLOW FRIDAY 🌟 @just_aminat @jkmcclure @mccluretwins @jerseytayomcclure
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    Today we want to highlight the McClure family (Ami, Justin, Ava, Alexis & Jersey), an interracial Nigerian - Irish family that shares their adventures & tips on multicultural parenting & family life on their website & YouTube channel The McClure family. The family is documenting their lives & they became popular when they shared a video where their daughters, Ava & Alexis, the identical twins, realized they look the same. Their videos are positive & funny & their goal is to inspire other interracial & multicultural families to connect better while having fun.
    ➡️ Go follow @just_aminat @jkmcclure @mccluretwins @jerseytayomcclure ⬅️
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    “As our kids grow, we’ll let them embrace both sides of their parents. We are very big on offering choices & not telling our kids how to think and feel. We just want them to be happy & to feel loved every moment of their life. We spend quality time with them & are present so they feel the attention & love. Race will not be talked about much in our house because it should never be an issue. Instead, we will raise them to see outside of race & gender, to focus on developing dignity of character & pursuing the passions in life they love & stand for.
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    I grew up very, very religious in the south (rural North Georgia) so the exposure made me naive & impotent towards realities of the world. Ami did not grow up embracing religion because her Mom is Christian & Dad Muslim so they didn’t even discuss spirituality. Also, growing up in the south, we didn’t have many black people... as I grew & evolved I realized dating outside my race was more interesting than dating what I know.
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    The most surprising & unexpected thing I’ve learned was when I learned of Ami’s tribal marks. In Africa, they give you tribal marks when you’re born (cuts with a knife). Probably for Ami, it was when she realized how country my family really is! I was born & raised in the same location where the movie Deliverance was filmed - we were very indigent and bucolic in upbringing.”

  •  542  20  24 January, 2020
  • The couples that are meant to be, are the ones who go through everything that is meant to tear them apart. And come out even stronger 💪🏼💪🏿
#couplegoals #myman #love
  • The couples that are meant to be, are the ones who go through everything that is meant to tear them apart. And come out even stronger 💪🏼💪🏿
    #couplegoals #myman #love

  •  504  24  13 hours ago
  • “In our community, there are a lot of interracial relationships, but a black woman with a Korean guy is extremely rare.
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Joe: It’s shown me how close-minded & ignorant my Korean friends & acquaintances are towards black people & the culture. They love the products that derive from black culture (i.e. music, fashion, slang), but do not seem to consider black people as a real option for marriage. Cultural appropriation is a real issue. Being married to Alena has brought awareness to even myself as to why I didn’t really date a black girl sooner.
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Alena: For me, the experience has been pretty normal, just like any other relationship. There are always race related issues that come up, some things I have to explain to Joe about our culture & things he has to explain to me. I definitely eat a lot more Korean food than I’ve ever eaten in my life now. I’ve learned that some people put too much emphasis on interracial dating just for ‘show’. For me it’s more important about the blending of two cultures, for our children’s sake. Making sure our children learn the Korean language & etiquette, while also having pride in their African roots & traditions.
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When we go out, no one stares but people always seem to think that we aren’t a couple. If we walk in a store together, they would ask us individually the same question assuming that we are separate customers. This happens often when we dine at restaurants as well. When we are at the Korean grocery store, people seem to be more intrigued & stop us to ask questions.’’
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Alena + Joe are a black & Korean 🇰🇷 married couple who documents their travels & experience of being a blasian, multicultural & blended family on their Youtube channel MAZELEE & on their Instagram @as.maze. Alena & Joe are openly talking about their challenges, successes & cultural differences they face as a married blasian couple who lives with their interracial kid & 4 children from Alena’s previous marriage.
  • “In our community, there are a lot of interracial relationships, but a black woman with a Korean guy is extremely rare.
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    Joe: It’s shown me how close-minded & ignorant my Korean friends & acquaintances are towards black people & the culture. They love the products that derive from black culture (i.e. music, fashion, slang), but do not seem to consider black people as a real option for marriage. Cultural appropriation is a real issue. Being married to Alena has brought awareness to even myself as to why I didn’t really date a black girl sooner.
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    Alena: For me, the experience has been pretty normal, just like any other relationship. There are always race related issues that come up, some things I have to explain to Joe about our culture & things he has to explain to me. I definitely eat a lot more Korean food than I’ve ever eaten in my life now. I’ve learned that some people put too much emphasis on interracial dating just for ‘show’. For me it’s more important about the blending of two cultures, for our children’s sake. Making sure our children learn the Korean language & etiquette, while also having pride in their African roots & traditions.
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    When we go out, no one stares but people always seem to think that we aren’t a couple. If we walk in a store together, they would ask us individually the same question assuming that we are separate customers. This happens often when we dine at restaurants as well. When we are at the Korean grocery store, people seem to be more intrigued & stop us to ask questions.’’
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    Alena + Joe are a black & Korean 🇰🇷 married couple who documents their travels & experience of being a blasian, multicultural & blended family on their Youtube channel MAZELEE & on their Instagram @as.maze. Alena & Joe are openly talking about their challenges, successes & cultural differences they face as a married blasian couple who lives with their interracial kid & 4 children from Alena’s previous marriage.

  •  1,306  34  22 January, 2020
  • okay, finally got my fiancé to appear in a sit down YouTube video with me 🥰 ... we filmed a story time all about how we met + how we got engaged!! 💍 #heputaringonit ... this video is kicking off the wedding series on my channel! I’ll be documenting the entire planning process as I’m going through it! Up next? Finding my dress! 👰🏾🤍 link is in my bio + stories
  • okay, finally got my fiancé to appear in a sit down YouTube video with me 🥰 ... we filmed a story time all about how we met + how we got engaged!! 💍 #heputaringonit ... this video is kicking off the wedding series on my channel! I’ll be documenting the entire planning process as I’m going through it! Up next? Finding my dress! 👰🏾🤍 link is in my bio + stories

  •  3,003  221  21 January, 2020
  • Guess what guys? We aren’t perfect.

We are two individuals with very unique personalities and interests and that is A-OK. Can we get a little real with you today? Cool. Every day we get so many messages from you guys telling us how inspired you are by us and how much you love seeing a bit of our journey and the content we are putting out. That is extremely flattering to us and we absolutely LOVE knowing that we inspire other couples, singles and individuals to live their best lives and to seek and have healthy happy and, FUN relationships. .

And today we want to discuss the topic of “perfection” or the desire to be perfect. We’ve found that we can lead an extremely joyful and adventurous life without seeking perfection. Ryan and I understand that we are imperfect.  In fact, we find comfort in knowing that we bring a certain balance to one another’s lives and can help fill certain deficits with our differing talents, interests, and strengths.

We embrace our differences and are kind of wildly entertained by the others’ personality quirks. Basically, we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We allow room for authentic expression while also seeking to learn from one another. This basically allows us to trust that we are being met exactly where we are and HOW we are, which breeds an environment of continual growth individually and together. 
If you made it this far let us know if you’re more of a perfection seeker or go more with the flow?! I’ve been both! 🙋🏾‍♀️ So no judgement here. .
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#Relationshipgoals❤️ #relationshipadvice #relationshipgoal #relationshiptips #marriagequotes #iloveus #marriagebootcamp #marriageworks #marriagematters #marriagetips #coupleadventures #marriage365 #lovehasnocolor #swirllove #mixedlove #wmbw #loveinspiration #interracialromance #beating50percent
  • Guess what guys? We aren’t perfect.

    We are two individuals with very unique personalities and interests and that is A-OK. Can we get a little real with you today? Cool. Every day we get so many messages from you guys telling us how inspired you are by us and how much you love seeing a bit of our journey and the content we are putting out. That is extremely flattering to us and we absolutely LOVE knowing that we inspire other couples, singles and individuals to live their best lives and to seek and have healthy happy and, FUN relationships. .

    And today we want to discuss the topic of “perfection” or the desire to be perfect. We’ve found that we can lead an extremely joyful and adventurous life without seeking perfection. Ryan and I understand that we are imperfect. In fact, we find comfort in knowing that we bring a certain balance to one another’s lives and can help fill certain deficits with our differing talents, interests, and strengths.

    We embrace our differences and are kind of wildly entertained by the others’ personality quirks. Basically, we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We allow room for authentic expression while also seeking to learn from one another. This basically allows us to trust that we are being met exactly where we are and HOW we are, which breeds an environment of continual growth individually and together.
    If you made it this far let us know if you’re more of a perfection seeker or go more with the flow?! I’ve been both! 🙋🏾‍♀️ So no judgement here. .
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    #Relationshipgoals❤️ #relationshipadvice #relationshipgoal #relationshiptips #marriagequotes #iloveus #marriagebootcamp #marriageworks #marriagematters #marriagetips #coupleadventures #marriage365 #lovehasnocolor #swirllove #mixedlove #wmbw #loveinspiration #interracialromance #beating50percent

  •  619  33  23 hours ago
  • The man who heard it the most (me complaining that I’m too scared to cut my hair lmao)
  • The man who heard it the most (me complaining that I’m too scared to cut my hair lmao)

  •  593  25  19 January, 2020