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Here’s An Easy Way to Feel Great About Back to School Shopping!

This story was written in collaboration with JCPenney. Thanks for supporting the brands that support our voices! They are #SoWorthIt! Back to school season has become a time of year to reflect on the growth and maturity of our babies; how much they’ve learned, the subjects and topics that interest them and how we, as parents, can help  them feel confident and empowered. As my baby girl enters the first

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The Things We Tell Our Daughters In The Way That We Dress

Getting dressed. It’s a thing that has to be done, but often lacks my enthusiasm. In recent years especially, as my focus has been on rearing awesome kids and not my full figured wardrobe. If you’ve met the women in my family, you’d know that fashion is kinda a big deal. My Latina grandmother is the pinnacle of “always put-together”. She wears bright colored clothing that flows perfectly against her

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Our Silly Holiday Tradition That Makes No Sense At All

This is a sponsored story written by me on behalf of Payless. All opinions are 100% mine. When it comes to holiday traditions, I say the more the merrier. Any opportunity to celebrate the season with my family is a good enough reason for me. However, there is this one holiday tradition that makes me chuckle every year. Truly, it makes no sense at all. Have you ever celebrated the

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Adorable & Affordable Kids Holiday Outfits at Walmart

Dressing the kids up in fancy threads for the holidays is one of my favorite holiday traditions. Noche Buena is mandatory fancy attire, actually! The last couple years while living in Las Vegas, Daddy D’s coworker would hand down his kids’ fancy Christmas outfits, which was great because, though I love to see my babies all dolled up, I don’t want to spend a ton on clothes that won’t be

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Cold Southern California Weather Must Haves For Kids

Dressing the kids for school with cold Southern California weather can seem like the ultimate guessing game. Our 1950’s bungalow is sooo cold each morning and during our walk to school, we’re all shattering from the chills. However, by miday, we’re sweating out of our parkas and running for a day at the beach. It’s a strange land here in SoCal! When I send my babies off to school each

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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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