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We Think Pink 365 began after we discovered that our third pregnancy was going to be a girl. After already having 5 and 6 year old daughters, the title seemed to fit perfectly. Everything in our house revolves around make up and fashion. Dressing up and changing clothes 20x a day is nothing out of the ordinary. With that said, we do know how to get down and dirty. You may very well find us exploring at Lake Erie or one of the Metroparks, but even when we play in the mud we're wearing a tutu and glitter shoes! I have left the classroom to become a Stay at Home Mom (SAHM). We delivered our third daughter in October and are set up for breastfeeding, cloth diapering, and babywearing. Breastfeeding and Babywearing are nothing new to me, but I'm expecting cloth diapering to be an experience! Although I left the classroom on an 8-4 daily basis I spend many hours a week volunteering at our daughters school and creating experiences to enhance their individual learning experiences to take them above and beyond state grade level standards. I believe that learning must begin at home and therefore use every opportunity I can as a "teachable" moment. I look forward to sharing the excitement and experiences of a new baby as well as the learning and growing of our elementary aged daughters.
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