Biankha’s Journey

Biankha’s Journey

Designing and creating our own doll hasn’t been easy.
There have many times I have nearly given up and many tears shed for all the difficulties along the way.
The time, effort and financial strain has often had me contemplating whether I have done the right thing as well as all the hours not spent with mini CEO whilst building our empire.
However 2 years ago, as I sat down to design the first few dolls , with my daughter next to me , I told her that I was designing a doll to represent her and that is now what she is expecting.
I have a duty to show her that hard work pays off.
I am responsible for encouraging her to chase her dreams no matter how big and scary they are and see them through.
I am the person she looks to as an example and I can’t let her down.
So despite all of the tribulations, I am so proud that in a couple of weeks, I can stay true to my promise to her and finally launch our doll business πŸ’«πŸ’« Thank you for all the support and encouragement, keeping us going along the way πŸ‘­πŸΎπŸ’œ, it’s meant so much during the difficult times.
We will be sharing some exciting news about the launch date very soon 😍. #representationmatters #raisingqueens #wakandaforever #melanin #nubian #afro #curlslikeus #raisingqueens #happyfroday #kinkycurly #mixedkids #blackkids #curlyhair #natural #royalty #blackdolls #biankhaandfriends #afroart #mummydaughtermission #iam #ebony #ankh #biankhaandfriends #rolemodel #mummypreneur

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