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Giving the Gift of You to Those Who Need it Most

This post is made possible with support from the American Academy of Pediatrics through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.All opinions are my own. “Let’s take a walk, Michelle.” Those were words that I could always count on at almost every family gathering. My favorite (shh! don’t tell the others) …

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Distance Learning Tips for Parents

Have you found yourself questioning just how you (and your children) will survive distance learning? Let’s be honest, finding yourself thrown into schooling your kids at home can be an overwhelming experience. It can also be rewarding. Whatever the reason you’ve decided to distance learn, it’s definitely an adjustment. The prospect of working from home …

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The Importance of Positive Childhood Experiences

This post is made possible with support from the American Academy of Pediatrics through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All opinions are my own. Throughout my life I have been blessed to have some wonderful individuals around me. They have provided safe and nurturing spaces for me to heal, …

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Learning Resources for Parents

Are you looking for learning resources for your student? Perhaps you’re on an unexpected extended break from school; looking for ways to supplement the curriculum they have at school; or want to find ways to challenge or stretch your student. We’ve got you covered! I’ve collaborated with a phenomenal group of bloggers to provide simple …

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All About Miko 2 – Better than an Imaginary Friend!

 Quick Note: This is a sponsored post. I am working with Miko 2 to review and share their product with my community. All opinions are mine (and The Lil’ Diva’s).  Miko 2 is your child’s at-home friend and teacher that uses playful, conversational learning to educate while entertaining and engaging. Miko is for children ages …

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5 Ways to Raise a Self-Confident Child

This past  school year I noticed my 3rd grader was struggling with believing in his capabilities to embrace and achieve new things. The simplest “no” or unsuccessful attempt would result in him being sullen and holding back tears. As his mom, of course I want him to be self-confident and willing to embrace the new and …

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Preparing For Summer Road Trips

Disclosure: This article on how we are preparing for our summer road trips is written in partnership with Bluff Road Auto Sales. Summer is quickly approaching and my children and I are counting down the days. We have declared that this summer we are getting out of the house and exploring our state. During Spring …

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But You’re My Super Hero, Mom

“But You’re My Super Hero, Mom” These were the words my 4-year-old that almost brought me to tears and melted my heart. We were having a discussion about super powers while watching cartoons and coloring. She asked me what my super power was and I said, “Mommy doesn’t have any super powers. I’m just regular.” …

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Self-Love For Children: Summer Camp At Home Series

This summer I am collaborating with a great group of Divas to bring your 7 Weeks of Summer Camp at Home. Each week we will be bringing you new books, snacks, recipes and activities to enjoy with your children. We focus on self-love and self-care quite a bit here at Divas With A Purpose and …

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