friday faves 17

friday faves 17

  • I would like to live in this outfit this summer.
  • The girls have been big into wearable art lately, so I’m thinking we might have to make some flag t-shirts for the Fourth of July.
  • After seeing Kind bars on one of my favorite healthy living Instagram accounts (I just can’t remember which one), I tried them out and am in love. They’re gluten free, have a short ingredient list, and are made mostly of whole nuts and fruits, which make them the perfect snack to stick in my bag.
  • Um, can I get this shirt in my size?!

Around the interwebs:

  • Leave it to a picture of a breastfeeding momma to bring out the crazy commenters.
  • Why (and how) to stop multitasking.
  • This four-year old superhero/detective is the cutest.
  • Angela&Roi just launched The Ribbon Projectwhich delivers hopeful messages and positive energy to people fighting cancer and other diseases. Just visit this page, leave a comment, and it will be turned into a handwritten message delivered to the fighter. Pretty fantastic idea, if you ask me.
  • Speaking of fantastic ideas, I mentioned this one on Facebook this week but wanted to mention it again here for any of you Hudson Valley mommas: Have you heard of The Pigskin Princess Project? It’s an empowerment program for 3-6 year old girls that combines football and a love of princesses as tools for learning about leadership, teamwork, positive self-image and self-esteem. They’re having an open house in Fishkill this Sunday—check it out!
  • Mom World Problems made me laugh out loud.

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Written by Jennifer Garry

Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she’s not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.