The Frame Family.
Oman and Naimah. Oman first saw Naimah in a prolific dream after a legendary ritual at Lover's Lake in Bermuda.
The couple actually met in Nashville, at a National Association of Independent Schools for People of Color conference in 2000.
Oman and Naimah married overlooking the ocean in Martha's Vineyard.
In African tradition, the family waits to observe the baby before naming. After a month of being called Little Foot, their daughter was named Suriyah Ngozi.
Oman says, "The coolest thing about Suriyah is her laugh and creativity."
Suriyah and her tattooed teacher dad. "She weaves these incredible stories about what her dolls are doing: if they're cooking or going to dinner. It's great to see her play out relationships she sees."
What's the coolest thing about your parents? Suriyah: "That they're very very very very very nice."
Naimah and her kindergartner in play mode: "I like to dress up as a fairy bride," says Suriyah.
Getting their New York Giants on here, the Frames spend lots of quality time together. "We walk every morning into the town of Oakhurst and we get coffee. Suriyah gets hot chocolate," says Naimah.
Frame Family Techniques. "We have this thing in our family: look, touch, affirm. It's hilarious, but it works. It instantly breaks a situation down. For me, it makes me listen. And for Naimah, it gets her out of her head. And Suriyah is in on that too."
The Frames are expecting. Naimah is six months pregnant. "Motherhood has made me relax in a lot of ways," she says. "I'm a planner, maybe a bit of a control freak. But motherhood made me lighten up."
Naimah says, "A successful family has the ability to listen to each other, to be reflective and be able to compromise."