Eva Greene Wilson is a wife, mother of 3, author, illustrator, graduate of Howard University School of Law, and the owner and editor of SocaMom.com®.
Eva is known for creating fun videos for brands, having an engaged community, and being a trusted source for information on the Caribbean, parenting, and education. For the last five years, she has blogged about Caribbean American parenting, working on campaigns for companies such as Wal-Mart, AT&T, and Beaches Resorts.
She has won Best Parenting Blog and Best New Blog in the Black Weblog Awards, and she is a 2016 SheKnows/BlogHer Voices of the Year Honoree and presenter in the Long Form Video category.
Do you avoid traveling back home because you feel that you will have to bring a second suitcase full of things with you? When your family travels to your home country in the Caribbean, do you have certain expectations of them because they are coming from America, Canada, or England? See the tweets below to join the conversation.
Is it possible to really enjoy a vacation to your home country in the Caribbean if you are living abroad? On June 19th we discussed relaxation vs. responsibility when it comes to traveling to the country where your family lives.
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Click on the #CaribbeanMomChat hashtag, or type it in the search box, then click "latest" to get questions and see answers.
Jump in and answer questions. Make sure to number your answer. For example, we tweet, “Q2. How old were you the first time you traveled to your parents’ country. #CaribbeanMomChat” Then you tweet, “A2. @socamomdc the first time I traveled to Grenada, I was four. #CaribbeanMomChat”
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