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You have always been my shining star - then, now and always! I'm so proud of who you were and who you've grown up to be. Don't ever change.

My Shining Star – Then, Now and Always!

This post is sponsored by the Center for Parent and Teen Communication.  All opinions (and memories!) of My Shining Star – Then, Now and Always! are my own.

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I’ll never forget the first time you picked up a baseball bat, you were 3, they were teenagers. You walked right up to them in the middle of their pick up game and asked if you could play. Your confidence was ten times bigger than you were and you showed it.

Constipation can be a tough subject to talk about. First consult your doctor and then check out these 5 ways to help ease constipation in children.

5 Ways To Help Ease Constipation In Children

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Constipation is a tough subject to talk about, especially with young children who don’t understand what is happening. When it’s time to go back to school, young children may be too shy to ask to use the restroom and avoid going altogether, which leads to a common, but uncomfortable, issue: constipation.

Join the #EGGBaby Twitter Party to learn all about the new gender neutral line from Egg by Susan Lazar on 10/9 at 9pm EST. Must RSVP to win prizes!

#EGGBaby Twitter Party 10/9 @ 9PM EST RSVP To Win!

Your baby deserves the best, which is why EGG by Susan Lazar was hatched in 2003. Egg is designed around the needs of stylish mothers and their children with natural fabrics and clean modern designs at an affordable luxury price point. The result is fashionable, yet timeless, baby and children’s clothing of the highest quality. And now they have a gender neutral line! During this sponsored hour we will be chatting about the benefits of gender neutral baby showers, clothing and toys.

My love of cooking started at my local community center at their Teen Cooking Class. Learn how to inspire your kids to do through hands on learnining!

How To Inspire Your Kids To Do Through Hands On Learning!

This post was sponsored by the National 4-H Council as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
My love of cooking started at my local community center at their Teen Cooking Class. It was so exciting to be able to make a banana nut bread for the first time! That love of cooking has stayed with me, and it’s one of my favorite things to do. Naturally, any chance I get to cook with my girls we DO.

Empowering your childen with life skills to a last a lifetime benefits not only them, but also those closest to them, including their friends and community.

Empowering Your Children With Life Skills To Last A Lifetime

This post was sponsored by the National 4-H Council as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
The first time I didn’t go to summer camp was at the end of 5th grade. Before that, my mother had enrolled me in camp every year, and looking back, I wish I hadn’t talked her out of it that year. I gained a lot of weight over that summer due to inactivity – and unfortunately it just kept coming on.