Huami For Kids Magazine Feb./March 2024

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Feb./March 2024 VOL. 1 /ISSUE 6 Joy’s Delightz, LLC

From Our Guest Editor

I’m a talented 7th grader who wants to be a lawyer. I like a lot of things. However, I want to be a lawyer. I want to be a lawyer because I’m interested in crimes, and I like solving them. Being a great debater, going back and forth, and being passionate about my opinions will make me a good lawyer. My favorite thing about lawyers is I get to help people and make good money while doing it.

If I could change the world, I would try to change it by helping to change people’s perspective about how to treat people and try to put themself in their shoes. I just want to help them love themselves overall.

Would I like to President of The United States one day? I would not like to be the President because it seems like being President would have to try to give everybody what they want and tell them what they want. It seems like a lot of stress because not everybody is gonna have what they want and then your gonna have to deal with so many opinions.

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C o N t E n Ts FEBRUARY 2024 6 14 30 26 22 18 10 On The Cover Jocelyn & Madison Joy’s Delightz, LLC Journey Madisyn Mia Starr Burss Caleb Rayley Maddy’s Charm Chest MKC Creations Amazing Rocks Rayley Royalty LLC Thyme4Spice Music Performer 5

Jocelyn Madison

Joy’s Delightz, LLC

Alone, they are a force to be reckoned with, but together, they are something really special!

Jocelyn and Madison are loving sisters and two phenomenal KidPreneurs. They are the owners of Joy’s Delightz, LLC. This bake goods company offers chocolate chip cookies, red velvet cookies, lemon sugar cookies, butterscotch oatmeal cookies, double chocolate cookies, a variety of cupcakes, mini bundt cakes, specialty cakes, brownies, and chocolatecovered pretzels. They also produce and sell Maddie’s lemonade.

Jocelyn is a freshman in high school who enjoys baking, science, and hanging out with her friends. She enjoys being a member of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Future Farmers of America (FFA). She has expressed interest in one day becoming a forensic scientist, along with baking for her business.

Madison is a sixth grader who enjoys baking, playing softball, hanging out with her friends, and all things fashion. She also enjoys participating in FBLA at school, where she helps plan events and school activities. For Madison, it’s all about fashion. She hopes to one day become a fashion designer, along with continuing to, of course, bake for her business.


Jocelyn and Madison have been cooking with their parents since they were very little. They recall, “On our family vacations, we would ride in what we call the “Think Tank” and talk about business ideas. It somehow always came down to baking and cooking in some way or fashion.”

What they love most about owning a business is the chance to have their own money and meet new people. The also enjoy getting to see the smiles on the faces of many when they try their treats. “We like to hear people tell us how proud they are of us when they find out that we help run this business,” says Jocelyn and Madison.

What do they not like? Jocelyn hates it when they mess up a batch of whatever we are cooking. That is waste, and waste doesn’t amount to profit. Madison said that sometimes it gets a little messy and the cleaning part is not so fun.

Of course, Jocelyn and Madison only do some of the work. Teamwork makes the dream work, and they have two supporting parents who are great business coaches and advisors. “Our parents helped set us up and handled all the behind-the-scenes work. They continued to find all the vendor booths and gave us money to start everything. When we get tired, our parents stay up extremely late to finish anything that

was started and ensure we are ready for our events. They worked with the health department to get us the right paperwork to be able to operate. They talk to us about savings and not spending all the money that we earn at one time.

Jocelyn said she would like to one day own their own bakery and see Joy’s Delightz items in stores. Madison said, “At some point, I would like for our products to be on the shelves in stores and maybe even have our own food truck.” That’s thinking big and is very possible! h kids

Madison Jocelyn

My name is Madisyn. I am 10 years old. I am a Kid Business Owner and the owner of Maddy’s Charm Chest. I sell handmade accessories for girls of all ages. February/March 2024
Photos Provided Maddy’s Charm Chest


I became inspired to be a young entrepreneur after attending a kids’ expo in my hometown of Virginia Beach. My vision came from my love for accessories and feeling confident and pretty when wearing them. You can dress up any outfit with the right accessories. February/March 2024

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I love being my own boss and seeing people’s reactions when they see my products. I hope to one day open my own store, where people can come shop. My family is my biggest support system.


MKC Creations

Mia Cromartie is a resilient go-getter kind of girl. She works hard for the things she wants, and no matter what gets in her way, she keeps pushing and doesn’t let anything stop her.

Mia is also a young businesswoman (KidPreneur). The name of her company and brand is MKC Creations. She offers trendy beaded bracelets in a variety of colors and designs.

When asked what she loves most about being a KidPreneur, she says, ‘Interacting with people and seeing people’s faces light up when they see my products. What I like least is trying to juggle my work with school.”

If Mia could change something about the world we live in, she says she’d make there be equality everywhere and have a world full of love. So what’s next for Mia? Her career goals are college, etc. “After high school, I plan on going to college to become a Forensic Psychologist. I also want to continue running my business with major growth.” h kids

Hi, my name is Caleb. I’m 13, and I like soccer and football. I am also a business owner, a KidPreneur. The name of my company is Amazing Rocks.

With Amazing Rocks, we sell dough for play therapy. So I do aromatherapy therapeutic like play dough stuff. I make homemade play dough, and I make it scented.

By Terry L. Watson- Photos Provided Amazing Rocks

I started this journey in 2019 by collecting rocks and trying to break them to see what was inside them. Then, I tried to make my very own scented rocks. The recipe for making rocks is similar to making dough for play, so we made the change because it was easier, and people liked it.

The vision came from my boredom and curiosity. With the help of my parents, it continues to grow. What I love most about my company is seeing the smiles, joys, and surprises on faces when they smell the dough.

In the future, I plan to go to high school to study engineering or entrepreneurship. I also plan to go to Old Dominion University and study Mechanical Engineering. I am still making up my mind. I also plan to expand my product line to include complementary products and merch.

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My name is Rayley. I’m an 11 year old youth entrepreneur. I like to spend my free time skating and going out to eat.
The name of my business is Rayley Royalty, LLC. I offer handmade vegan cosmetics and hair products.

My business began in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. I started making lip gloss at home due to being quarantined because of how bored I was just sitting around the house. My vision came from other kids’ inspiration to create a business out of my hobby.

What I love most about my business is being able to socialize with other peers and having the ability to have a positive effect on someone’s life.

I am inspired mainly by seeing other youth entrepreneurs like myself creating a business for the future.

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“I was Born a Star with a Burst of Energy”

Her name is Starr Burss. She is a 10-year-old female Hip Hop and Pop Artist from Norfolk, Virginia. She is an Honor Roll Student and very involved in her community.

Starr is also a business owner who sells merchandise, including candy, t-shirts, toys, and accessories. She’s also an Actor, Songwriter and Model.

The name of her company is Starr Burss, “It’s My Starr Burss Mind”. Her company offers girly things and crafty things. Starr also performs at Special Events, Community Events, and Music Concerts. She’s also a youth motivational speaker.

Starr Burss’ father retired from the Navy and received his deal right after. Her Dad, (Doe Boy Cutty) dropped one single, and after he got signed, his vocal cords were paralyzed, causing him to lose his voice. Starr Burss was age seven a month before her 8th birthday. She had a dream, and she heard God’s voice. Starr ran into her mom’s room and told her mom she got her Dad’s voice. She told her mom she could finish her Dad’s music career. Starr prayed that her Dad could get his voice back so one day they could do a duet together and Make a classic together!

Photos Provided Starr Burss

Starr visited a studio in Hampton, VA, where she recorded her first song, “It’s My Birthday.” Her family was impressed. Her mom and father are her manager, producer, and songwriter. Starr’s vision of being a singer came from God, her dream, and her Mom and Dad!

Starr says she loves meeting new fans and customers and speaking from her heart through her music. She loves to be able to create items to represent her songs, such as “L.o.v.e Yourself”.

Besides her mom and day, Starr is inspired by Missy Elliot, Beyonce, TLC, and Mary J. Blige.

Moving ahead, she plans to create more positive music for all generations. She also plans to act, model, and do voiceovers. “I’m interested in being a Horticulturist, Nail Tech or Artist. Oxford or Harvard College Major Medical field,” she says.

Starr has two dancers, her sister Summer Rosa, and Infinity. She is blessed to have them both. “I’m very shy. I like to perform, but it takes a lot of courage to be on stage at my age in front of cameras. After performing on 20 different stages, it prepared me to get better and better at my craft and continue to keep going.”

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It’s all about the flavor.

Journey is a 10-year-old 5th-grade student. She is spontaneous, fun, energetic, caring, nurturing, adventurous and observant. Journey is also a young businessperson and the owner of Thyme4Spice.

Journey’s parents say she has always been a special little girl, and everyone loves being around her. She has an old soul and is not afraid to take risks. Journey’s motto is “Thyme to taste the Difference”, and she is definitely “the difference.”

Her company offers canned jalapenos, canned banana peppers, canned sweet green peppers, habanero vinegar, jalapeno seasoning, habanero seasoning, basil, parsley, and dried Kung Pao peppers. Sounds Spicey!


Journey’s business voyage began when she and her sisters were sad during the COVID-19 pandemic. They were sad because they did not have a lot to do at home. “My mom won a Garden-to-Go kit, and we started growing vegetables and fruits in a pot in our sunroom. I started watering the plants with my mom and loved touching the soil. My mom started creating community gardens in different areas. My dad started building the garden beds for my mom, and I loved going with her to plant different vegetables, fruits, and flowers. I even started a garden at my elementary school with tires,” Journey shares.

Journey was selected to join Hampton Roads Select Entrepreneur for young entrepreneurs in Virginia Beach through the Bennett Center with Alasha Bennett. At camp, Alasha taught her what she could do with all the vegetables and herbs that she was growing. “She showed me how to make my business creative.

I started canning my vegetables and bringing them to class so that others could taste them. Ms. Alasha kept pushing me to create more, so I tried making seasonings after I dried a couple of my herbs,” Journey says.

Journey says she loves meeting new people. She also loves growing new herbs and mixing them to see if they taste good in different foods. She shares a desire to help kids feel like cooking superstars at home by inspiring them to become creative chefs in their kitchens. The mission of her business is to give people awesome spices that turn bland meals into tasty ones.

Journey is inspired by her mom. She says her gardens in different places make her want to have her own gardens. Journey also likes what her mother does with her gardens for the community and plans to do the same with her spices.

Journey says she plans to expand her business in the future and would like to go to new places to sell her products. “I want to collaborate with other people. I want to go to an HBCU when I get older also,” she says.

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