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Kids today seem to be much more conscious of the world around them and how they can make a difference. In fact many kids today are coming up with great ways to help combat social and environmental issues through charitable acts, and The Kid Coalition is on a mission to help make the dreams of […]
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This post contains affiliate links to products we use as well as links to charities I support for your consideration. My 4 year old daughter has entered a new phase of life. In the past few months she has shown us a sense of generosity that makes my heart melt, and I want to encourage […]
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I participated in this program on behalf of Champions for Kids and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own. The National School Lunch Program provides free and low-cost lunch and breakfast to children who meet income guidelines. But, when school is out, that’s two less nutritious meals or no meals at all. There’s a way […]
I’ve probably written about Myasthenia Gravis month 5 or 6 times. But, it is important to teach people what MG is and to ask for help in the form of donations or sharing. Myasthenia Gravis and Me I have had Myasthenia Gravis for 11 years now. My diagnosis happened when my daughters were 4 and […]