Champions for Kids

champions for kids

From the time they are born, our kids are learning everything from us.  How to walk and talk.  How to eat and choose healthy foods.  How to feel empathy and show compassion for others. Often times, it isn’t easy to find philanthropic agencies that will allow whole families (especially those with small children) to donate… 

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The Facts Up Fronts Label Is Here To Help

Facts Up Front Infographic

It’s hard to be an adult these days and NOT be aware of the fact that a more healthful lifestyle is a must. Shows like Dr. Oz, The Doctors, and The Biggest Loser all focus on helping groups of people be more mindful of healthy eating and exercise. We know we should read labels, eat… 

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Seattle’s Best Giveaway … for COFFEE!

Seattles Best House Blend

A month ago, a mystery box showed up on my doorstep… and inside, I soon discovered, a truly wonderful, precious gift. Coffee. Fragrant, black, rich, coffee. The nectar of life. For meeeeeeeee. A New House Blend Seattle’s Best Coffee sent their new House Blend ground coffee, a sample of their new House Blend K-Cups, and… 

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The Importance of Dinner Time

When the Little Lady first started eating solids, the Husband and I made two simple decisions: (1) dinner-time would always be around the table and (2) we would always make sure we looked at every family member during that meal. No TV distractions. No meals on the couch in the living room. Each family member… 

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The Many Faces of Silk

Many Faces of Silk

If you have a 4-year old boy — the son of a well-documented Class Clown (ahem, Husband) — then you know what happens when you bring out a camera of any kind. Silly Faces.  Fierce Faces.  Milk Mustaches Galore. I never knew a world that didn’t involve Cow’s Milk … until the arrival of Mr…. 

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Walk Off Those Wintertime Blues

Omron Alvita Pedometers

I’m tired of being house-bound. Yes, I said it…. House-Bound.  Our mild Texas winter, with it’s crazy above average number of cold fronts, ice storms, and rain, has kept me indoors. A. Lot. Has kept me stuck indoors with children who are stuck indoors.  And, the Kidlets without their outside time to burn off energy?… 

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