We believe that everything that happens in the world around us causes other things to happen, good or bad. We believe that little things, big things and all things in between, matter. How we treat people, matters. We believe that we can say something unkind, and that it might hurt someone, though we can’t measure … Continue reading Let’s Redefine Normal – 1yr later
I'm back with another QUICK & EASY holiday recipe! This one is fun because you can make it to suit your tastebuds & involve your messy, little chocolate stealing children! Shopping list: Melting chocolate (can be found in baking aisle! You can use something like CandiQuik or just chocolate chips) Parchament paper Decorations: anything your … Continue reading EASY Easter Bark Recipe
Acceptance is a hard thing to accomplish. When we're young, sometimes we have our whole life planned out. In middle school, my friends and I used to day dream about what our lives would be like when we were in high school. We'd make timelines of when things were going to happen - go to … Continue reading Katie’s Acceptance Story
Easter is coming quick as a bunny and we are here to lend a helping hare...I mean hand. We've created a list of our favorite goodies to put in those baskets that you & your kiddos will LOVE! And pay close attention to the VERY bottom of the post for a little treat! The Helper Hare - … Continue reading Easter Basket Must Haves + GIVEAWAY!
This past November I (CS) had the esteemed privilege of talking in front of a bunch of amazing women at an annual function for my High School. Most of the ladies attending already knew my family's story, so I really wanted to focus my speech on living positively. Luckily for me, CB came in town for it and … Continue reading Love what you do.
This is Keira. Keira is a 10yr old little girl who loves pandas, soccer, painting and being with her family & friends. Keira also has cancer. On May 16th, 2014, Keira was diagnosed with a rare form of Rhabdomyosarcoma and has fought a battle no child should. We first learned of Keira when her younger … Continue reading K is for Keira. K is for kind.