Welcome to the Fall Fashion For All Giveaway Hop hosted by Lindsey Blogs and Viva Veltoro. What better way to celebrate the upcoming Fall season than with a Fall Fashion Giveaway Hop? A group of your favorite bloggers have come together to offer the best Fall Fashion Giveaways for the entire family – so be sure to hop around to them all below my giveaway and don’t miss that AMAZING Grand Prize from the hosts.
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The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are starting to cool off, which can only mean one thing… It’s Fall Y’all! Let’s celebrate this popular season with a giveaway hop, hosted by Lindsey Blogs and Viva Veltoro. That’s right, a great group of bloggers have come together to offer you giveaways, so be sure to hop around to them all in the linky at the bottom of this post.
In the meantime, let’s talk fall. I spent two of the past four fall seasons on maternity leave, so fall reminds me of my babies (and Pumpkin Spice Lattes). Keeping with the fall/baby theme, I have something up for grabs for the wee littles – a Hugaboo.
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We’ve been toying with the idea to get Little Man a bike but thought he might be too young. He watches Bear, now 4-years-old, ride her bike, longingly, wishing he too could pedal in the park with her. As a Joovy blogger, I was recently introduced to the new Tricycoo 4.1 and knew it would be a perfect introduction to riding a bike.
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It feels like just yesterday we were saying goodbye to the school year, yet here we are. Next week we’ll be saying hello to a new teacher, new classroom, new “grade” (Pre-K counts, right?), and new friends.
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At just 3 years old, soccer camp was more about socialization and less about soccer skills and team structure. The camp lasted 5 days, one hour per day. Her “camp” consisted of one coach and 3 other toddlers, ready to run around, burn off some energy, and have fun.
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It was April 16, 1999 when I first saw 98 Degrees live. Jessica Simpson was their opening act and signed a copy of her cassette tape for me. It was that concert that marked the beginning of my teenage love for boy bands.
I remember playing their CD on repeat. I memorized nearly all the tracks from their 98 Degrees and Rising album. But as time passed, the songs and lyrics that accompanied them became a distant part of my life; a memory that I filed away, until the MY2K Tour.