• growing up glad, moving, talking to your kids about moving, kids confidence, mom blog, mommy blog, fashion blog, parenting blog, girl power, inspiration, motivation, 2016
    Parenting

    When Kids Move

    My daughter came to me one evening and said she wanted to write a blog post for kids who are moving and switching schools. This is something she is experiencing this summer before entering 3rd grade. I was both pleasantly surprised and proud of her. She took the initiative to write this (well, dictate this to me as I typed). We worked…

  • growing up glad, metamorphosis, growing up, shy kids, kids confidence, mom blog, mommy blog, fashion blog, parenting blog, girl power, inspiration, motivation, 2016
    Fashion,  Kindness,  Parenting

    Metamorphosis

    I had the opportunity to guest blog for Hooligans Magazine again. This post can also be read on their blog. Hooligans Magazine is a quarterly print publication featuring children’s fashion, art and design.  The first image that comes to mind when I hear the word “metamorphosis” is a butterfly. I think of the transformation it goes through from its stage as a caterpillar. I…

  • growing up glad, kids confidence, kids swimwear, mom blog, mommy blog, fashion blog, parenting blog, girl power, inspiration, motivation, 2015
    Fashion,  Parenting

    Baby, I’m Worth It

    To me SELF worth means knowing your value and believing that you deserve to be treated with respect, kindness and love from YOURSELF (first) and others. It’s how you think about yourself intrinsically. Self-worth guides your judgment on relationships and your view of the world. I think we, as mothers need to make a conscious effort to focus on our self-…

  • growing up glad, wear your confidence, mom blog, mommy blog, fashion blog, parenting blog, girl power, inspiration, motivation, 2015
    Fashion,  Parenting

    Wear Your Confidence

    As you may have read in my previous post, we started our Instagram this summer after months of Ella telling me she wants to model. I couldn’t wrap my head around how such a shy girl could do it. So after several times of her bringing it up, I had to get creative. I wanted to nurture her interests while…