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March 21, 2018

Tonaliztli Mitohtiani Parra Cano was born at 9:02 am on Tuesday, February 20th, 2018! 

After our experience with Ayocoyani, Brian and I had many conversations about how we felt and how to heal from our grief. We spoke to family members local and out of state who shared...

February 18, 2018

Looking forward to sharing the birth story of our last little one, Tonaliztli Mitohtiani. Stay tuned!!! 🔥❤️

February 18, 2018

August 2016, Brian comes home one night with a pack of pregnancy tests asking me to take one. I refused and laughed, I wasn’t pregnant. He told me he could feel it and that I need to take a test. A few minutes later... a positive!!! 

I don’t know how he knew or felt it...

February 17, 2018

In July 2014, I decided to begin my MBA at Grand Canyon University. A few weeks later, we suddenly lost my mami unexpectedly. As a family we didn’t know what to do or how to heal from such a tragic loss. The only thing that helped us move forward was her unconditional...

February 16, 2018

As our family prepares for the arrival of Baby number 4, I have been reflecting a lot on our journey as parents and how each of our pregnancies and births have transformed us.

Our first born is Yolehua Luna Parra Cano, born on April 26, 2013! Our much anticipated chiqui...

September 6, 2016

Thank you to all the mothers, little ones, compadres, comadres y el pueblo (our familia/community here in Arizona y Califas) that have been in support of Indigena since the very beginning. Perla Farias Portugal & Justine Garcia have been such a support when it comes to...

May 12, 2016

Indigena Mami was created as a way to heal/cope from the sudden passing of my mother, Maria Cristina Parra Martinez. She was a tailor for over 40 years who was born and raised in Texcoco, Mexico.  

 

My mami birthed nine children and worked at home to raise her kids...

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