Be Like a Girl + Infographic on Girls and Confidence #LikeAGirl

Why is the phrase “Like a Girl” a negative thing? I’m a girl and I’m proud of it. When kids are toddlers, they don’t know the difference between being a boy or a girl. One they learn which one they are, they are proud to be what they are. If you ask my 3 year… Read More »

It’s a Princess Revolution! (Holiday Gift Guide 2012)

Do you have any little princesses in YOUR house? If your little daughters love pretending to be princesses but maybe you are sick of all the traditional princess characteristics (dainty, catered to, delicate etc) than you might want to take notice of this music CD. Princess Revolution does not contain your average songs. Now you… Read More »

REVIEW/GIVEAWAY: My Friendship Bracelet Maker and My Ribbon Barette Maker (Christmas Gift Guide)

I have the COOLEST toy for the school age girl on your Christmas list! What girl doesn’t like to make friendship bracelets or wear pretty barrettes? Well okay I’m sure there are some girls not interested in this but my girls sure are! Now your child can make friendship bracelets with ease and without putting… Read More »

Be The Voice: Instilling Values in Our Girls #BarbieICanBe

I deal with the challenge of showing girls that they are important, smart and special all the time. Not only do I have two daughters of my own but I am a Girl Guide Leader. I work with Sparks (Ages 5-6), Brownies (ages 7-8) AND Guides (Ages 9-11.) In fact the National Service Project for… Read More »

World Thinking Day 2010

I’m a little late in posting this but today is World Thinking Day. The founders of Scouts and Girl Guides, Lord Robert Baden-Powell and Olave Baden-Powell had a joint birthday today. On this day we remember our Guiding and Scouting friends around the world and participate in fun events to celebrate. You can find out… Read More »

Discover Your Daughter – for parents of girls ages 8-12

The creator of Discovery Girls magazine has created a website called Discover Your Daughter. It’s for parents of girls ages 8-12 and the girls themselves. There are articles of interest to parents and tweens. Parents can register for the site themselves to leave comments on stories or to ask or answer questions in a format… Read More »

New Moon Girls

I was introduced to New Moon’s new site, New Moon Girls which is a safe, advertising-free online community for girls ages 8-12. For the price of $29.95 they get 12 months of unlimited acess, 6 issues of New Moon Girls print magazine, they can share poetry, artwork, video and other creations, exclusive member extras, fully… Read More »