1.) Best Party Ever
Abigail was so happy with her birthday party at the Walnutgrove Pool this past Saturday. We were worried she wouldn’t enjoy it as much as she has her parties we’ve had at home, but it was better, apparently. Next year she says she would like her birthday to be at Disney Land. Better start saving our pennies now if we are going to make that happen! I choose not to bring my camera to the pool for safety reason but did get some of her opening gifts at her family party. ps…I still can’t fathom that she is six!
2.) Music Class
Elizabeth has had such a great time going to music class each week. I love that she has something special to do that is just hers. Every so often they have share days, which she LOVES. Having her brother and sister there makes it that much more special to her. She’s so proud to have them there and me as well.
3.) A new partnership
I am so stoked about my new partnership with Osea Malibu! They are a cruetly free, eco-friendly, toxic free skin care company. I’ve been following them for about a year and also have been using thier products, that I was lucky enough to win last year! Stay tuned for a review coming really soon on some of these amazing products!
I have loved doing this. Last night I had the opportunity to hand deliver some more packages! I’ve been waiting for all the products to come in the mail and everything finally did this past week. I just want to say how thankful I am to all the brands and small buisnesses that have donated items or given me a discount. Shout out to From the Seeds, The Soup Solution, Run Like a Girl, Hidden Garden Foods.
Show them some love on thier social media sites!
Also a shout out to family and friends who have donated to help me out with purchasing items.
5.) Finally seeing this family
In 2015 my friends daughter was diaognosed with child cancer, AML. My heart broke when the news was told and I have been aching to go and visit them ever since then. However, for Blake’s sake I stayed away while my kids were cycling through colds and even myself. Amanda contacted me a week or so ago and asked if I could come and take some pictures of all of them. We were all finally healthy so I headed out yesterday. It was soooo very good to see them all. To finally embrace and have a few tears together. I literally cried all day after I left and cycled through being completely heart broken to angry. At the end of the night my final thoughts were, F YOU CANCER!
Even though you might not be able to help this particular family, there is something that you can do! You can register to be a donor for bone marrow transplant along with donating blood! Please click here, you could save a life! If there is one thing that you get out of this post it’s this! It’s in you to give!