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Last night, my family and I were able to attend an advanced screening of When The Game Stands Tall (Rated PG) sponsored by Ford TX. What an enjoyable evening! They introduced us to a few Ford representatives who were there and presented a couple of local charities, such as Boys And Girls Country, with donations! It was […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Last night, we had the pleasure of attending a VIP Advanced Screening of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 courtesy of Fandango Family! I was excited about the film, but didn’t expect for it to be anything more than “cute.” And I would have been perfectly happy for it to be just “cute” simply for the […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
As a kid who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s, I’m a huge fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In fact, my brother and I actually had 4 Box Turtles as pets and guess what we named them? You guessed it! Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael So, I am pretty stoked to see […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
It’s definitely Summer here in Texas. Temperatures in the South reach above 100° pretty easily these days. We’ve all seen the horrible news stories lately about children who have been left in the car and either die or suffer severe heatstrokes. It’s especially sad because it’s so preventable. Did you know that today (July 31) […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“ThinkBIG” is how Sienna and I autograph each of the children’s books we sign. You may think you know what it means, but I have a different twist on it. I recently explained this when I was able to speak at Speaker’s Night at the Little People of America Conference in San Diego this year. […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Update on “Is There Something Wrong with Me, Mom?” Last Thursday I posted about Sienna’s experience of rejection at The Little People of America National Conference. I had no idea that post would get as much attention as it did. It was viewed over 3500 times! The number of people that reached out with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It sure does suck to watch your 15-year-old cry and ask “Is there something wrong with me?” because she doesn’t even feel like she fits in at the Little People Conference. I posted that on my FB on Monday night and I wanted to expand on it. I want to spread the word. I want […]Continue Reading... 76 Comments.
The last several years have been very reproductive years for many of my friends. It seems like at any given time, at least one of my friends was having a baby. In turn, this means a majority of the conversations I had contained at least one phrase uttered by the new mom indicating that she […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Looking for a way to make easy Summer lunches? At the grocery store today, I ran into several moms who were frantically buying food for their kids now that Summertime is upon us. They were talking about being overwhelmed at lunch time now that the kids are home. Since my kids are home schooled, my […]Continue Reading... 6 Comments.
I’ve seen several blog posts from parents of Little People who talk about how sad or devastated they were when their child was diagnosed with Dwarfism. I just don’t relate to that. It’s not that I’m saying they shouldn’t feel the way they fell; I’m saying that I have a very different take on it. […]Continue Reading... 8 Comments.