Teaching Girls to Embrace their Unique Style

Written by: | November 16, 2016

From an early age, we knew our daughter would stand out from the crowd. Even as a toddler, she would gravitate towards clothes that were shades of blue, red or black amidst the typical pinks and purples. By the age of three, she was giving unsolicited fashion advice to...
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Body Image and Your Young Girl

Written by: | March 14, 2016

I’m on the brink of tweendom with my young girl (almost 8) and it won’t be long before we embark on the awkward adventure of puberty. Oh, I’m sure it will be a few years before “the changes” occur but if I’m going to prepare my girl (and myself)...
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Raising Brave Girls In A Self-Centered World

Written by: | August 26, 2014

It’s important that we raise young girls that are brave. Bravery can take on many forms. Being brave might look like being adventurous, not caring about a particular outcome, or even pushing aside anyone that gets in our way on the path to our dreams. This isn’t the bravery...
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