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Have a Lovely Weekend!



What are you up to this weekend? Allie is in Atlanta for the weekend with her dad for a work trip and Christmas party.  We lived there for a while and we loved it.  The south, the warmth, the trees…Oh I am ready to go back!  We finished up our Christmas decorating as it is our FAVORITE time of the year!  Have you all decorated?  We always put up the tree the day after Halloween.  Yeah, we are those people.  Hope you have a good weekend, and here are a few fun links from around the web… 

This made me cry uncontrollably…what a man Carson Wentz is!!  Grab your tissues.

This movie looks hilarious and at times reminds me of some exchanges with my sweet Grace.

The secret to happiness is helping others.

Hot toys for Christmas 2017

The most unique Christmas traditions from around the world

24 stories about the touching kindness of strangers that’ll make you tear up

Living with Asperger’s Syndrome: A sister’s story

If you don’t follow @celestebarber on Instagram…you are seriously missing out.  She is HILARIOUS!

6 strict rules the Royal family (and now Meghan Markle) must follow  

The three most recent blog posts on transPARENTcy that you may have missed:




NEXT WEEK POSTS:
Introduction to The Beauty in Everything Tour…the event that will inspire and empower girls
Christmas Gift Guide for spirited girls!

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