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Autism Hasn't Beaten Us...

For the more colorful post...http://www.oneblondesramblings.com/2011/03/autism-hasnt-beaten-me/

As you all know my Little Poptart ~ Kalya was diagnosed with Autism. It was on Nov 17, 2007. It still amazes me that I remember that date so exact yet I can’t remember what the hell I did last week. Anyway… we, like so many others in New Jersey, were referred by her amazing pediatrician Dr. Mabagos to… Continue

Added by Kelli on March 31, 2011 at 7:28pm — 2 Comments

The Purple Find: Organix Acai Berry Shampoo

The Purple Find: Organix Acai Berry Shampoo

Yes that’s right, purple shampoo!  It smells sooooo yummy, and its good for your hair too!   Its a blend of antioxidant rich acai berry extract and guava to instantly nourish and enrich your hair while…

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Added by Kelli on March 3, 2011 at 3:47pm — No Comments

Yoga Enthusiast...Next Generation

So I found a new way to stick to that New Years Resolution to "actually do" (not just think about doing) exercise.  Get your kid into it!  If your kid is anything like mine, she WON'T take No for an answer.  She's worse than a personal trainer, them you can hide from lol.

So one day she saw my yoga supplies (sitting in a corner collecting dust) and asked  "what are these mommy". Naturally I explained their purpose and took them out for her to see.   Needless to say she found it…

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Added by Kelli on February 28, 2011 at 5:56pm — No Comments

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