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  • TRASH THE CAPE!! Guest Blog post by Photographer Lindsay Williams

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    When I first discovered Pip and Bean on Etsy a year ago, to say that my kids and I fell head over heels in love with the company and amazing capes would be a major understatement.  Since then, my sons Gavin and Finley have filled their closets with incredible capes and rarely does a day go by that I don’t see one of them running through the house,...

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  • 5 Reasons You Should Let Your Kids Explore Their Imagination

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    While it’s important for kids to play with their peers, it is just as important for parents to get involved in playtime with their children as well. This one can be painful sometimes. There’s only so many times I can be the bad ogre that gets stomped by the dinosaur and his panda bear friend before I’m going to go insane. Sometimes I set a timer. Seriously. It helps...

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  • Not Girl Capes. Not Boy Capes. Just Superhero Capes.

    2 comments / Posted by Alyssa Wolfe

    Somewhere in my parents basement is a box full of VHS tapes with hours of commercials from the 80’s. From micromachines to Barbie and the rockers. I painstakingly taped them all to do my 6th grade science fair on the topic of gender biasing in advertising. Even at 12 years old I got that there were entire sections of my mom’s sears catalog that were bright pink, or that...

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  • What?!

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    In my humble opinion the classic pregnancy book “what to expect while you are expecting” left out a few chapters. Maybe you disagree with me. Maybe the book had all the answers you were looking for. If it did then you are one lucky parent that can own baby books and never be surprised at all that there is not a chapter on: “when your kid eats their own...

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  • The Road to Mosey [part two]

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    A blog post about how we struggled was hard to write….even harder to post. Letting the world know how much we struggled and that we needed help was not easy. It took me a long time to get up enough courage to put that out there. What drove me to share was seeing all the other people at the Oprah show in March that were going through some of the same...

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