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She Was Made To Stand Out!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Payless. All opinions are 100% mine. When I knew I’d be raising multiracial children, one of the things I worried about was that they’d constantly stand out. I was scared my babies would never fit in or have identity issues because their mom and dad chose to fall in love and have a family. It feels like forever ago,

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The Kindergarten Backpack: When Did We Get Here?!

Goodness, where does the time go? The reality that my baby is starting kindergarten hit while I was sitting in her parent orientation meeting a few weeks back. At that point, I could hardly hold back the tears. But when they made a point to say that kindergarten materials required “a regular sized backpack” (as in, not a toddler sized one), I really started to freak! We use backpacks from

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Dressing for Disneyland! Our Favorite Summer Resort Clothes

One of the first things we bought when we moved back to California were annual passes to Disneyland. It was a gift to the kids, having moved them out of their home and away from the friends, school and programs they loved. The passes have offered us so many opportunities for bonding and family legacy building over the last few months, so I know they were worth it. So when

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Big Boy, Big Shoes: How Important Are Toddler Shoes?

How important are your toddler’s shoes? While we have never turned our nose up at hand-me-downs, toddler shoes are items that we buy specifically for each child. Daddy D especially, having been (1) the last child of 8 kids and (2) a professional basketball player overseas, refuses to put his baby’s feet in anything less than quality, supportive toddler shoes. Along with his growing body and personality, my little big

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Warm Winter Clothes For Fast Growing Kids: Kids Fashion with #CookiesKids

It has been so very cold here in Vegas! Being from Southern California, cold fronts this intense catch me off guard and Alina’s Winter wardrobe wasn’t quite prepared for so much cold for this length of time. A few weeks ago, I took to the internet to find some cute and affordable Winter kids fashion option. I was bored with my usual shopping destinations, but didn’t want to overspend. I

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Family History: Baby’s First Hat

Call me crazy, but I like guys in hats. They’re in our family history, I guess you can say. Both my grandfathers wore hats. Even though I was young, I remember how my paternal grandfather would, with one sweeping hand, take it off to scratch his bald head, just to nestle it neatly back on. The mechanics of that movement took maybe 5 seconds flat. It was amazing. After my

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