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World IBD Day

May’s a big month in our house for awareness. Which translates to me writing about all sorts of serious things in the Felt So Cute house that aren’t pink and green and don’t involve shopping or traveling or much silliness. … Continue reading

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May is Pediatric Stroke Awareness Month

I’ve talked before about Big Cutie and her stroke story, but if you’ve missed it, here you go! And now she’s all super high-tech and wears a Walkaide device instead of a DAFO brace, which is extra cool.  Seriously.  Like … Continue reading

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What the What

I know. My World’s Worst Blogger Award is prominently displayed on the mantel and I’m wearing the cone of shame. But I’ve been up to my ears in all sorts of things and decided blogging had to go on the back burner so … Continue reading

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Three Years

Today is the 3rd anniversary of the Great Japan Earthquake and the Tsunami that followed.  There are still so many people displaced from their homes and in need.  News is still evolving about the effects of the disaster both short … Continue reading

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Why I’ve Been MIA

I’ve got Blogger Guilt for not writing in over a week. It’s not you, it’s me, I swear. We’ve simply entered that end of the school year craze where the calendar is beginning to resemble a rainbow of appointments, social … Continue reading

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Remembering March 11

There are many amazing links out there with photographs and writings about that fateful day two years ago in Tohoko.  I urge you to spend a few minutes checking them out today {or tomorrow if you’re in America}. Being here, … Continue reading

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Spread the Word to End the Word

Today is the annual day of awareness of the use of the R-word. The Spread the Word to End the Word campaign has a pledge you can sign stating you pledge and support the elimination of the derogatory use of the r-word from … Continue reading

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