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Meet King Khalid – Photos of Kodak Black’s Son With Baby Mama Jammiah Broomfield

by ecelebmirror12 days ago

The rapper Kodak Black has got a 4-year-old son named King Khalid Octave. The cute King Khalid Octave was born on the 13th of March, 2014. Kodak had his first child King Khalid with his ex-partner Jammiah Broomfield. For a while, Kodak Black didn’t have a clue that his son even existed. His baby mama Jammiah Broomfield had kept quiet of their son until the little King Khalid was one. It was only after that that Kodak knew that he had a son. There has been a long-term battle going on between Kodak Black and his baby mama Jammiah over the custody of their son King Khalid.

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Kodak Black's son King Khalid Octave

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10 Wonderful Life-lessons you learn from Dad

Dads – they’re full of love, fun, and a whole lot of wisdom. This Father’s Day, we are celebrating Dads by taking a look at some of the best lessons we picked up from the man we look up to the most!

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1. It’s okay to fallHe didn’t always lift us up immediately when we fell, but what he did was even better. He taught us to pick ourselves up and keep trying until we succeeded. He taught us to learn from our failures, instilling in us a never-give-up attitude.

2. Laughloudly and laugh oftenHis loud, booming laugh has and will always been infectious, and he showed us the importance of learning to laugh at one’s own self as well.

3. Reach for the starsRight from the start, he taught us that no dream is too big and no dreamer too small. He’s our biggest cheerleader and greatest supporter and believes in us, no matter what.

4. Naps and (corny) jokes are absolutely essentialIf there’s one things Dads love most, it’s corny jokes. And deep down, we love them too!

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Why I Believe In Organic Baby Clothing!

Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture.

Another reason for buying organic baby clothing is that just like mainstream food, mainstream clothing is engineered to be longer-lasting and resistant to stains, but this is done at a heavy price – some of these clothes can actually release toxins into the wearer’s skin.

When it comes to babies especially, I hate the thought of any type of toxin coming in touch with their delicate skin, so try – budget permitting – to buy organic baby clothes and organic baby blankets whenever possible.

Non-organic fibers are often treated with pesticides, and this could pose a risk for babies’ still-developing respiratory system. In addition, these harsh chemicals can cause skin allergies and reactions, including eczema. In fact, many kids who suffer from skin issues get much better when they switch to organic clothing.

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