Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pink it Up

Type: Craft, Advocacy
Age: Over 2

I can't tell you how happy I was to open my email and find the following article sent to me by a reader. Thanks to Jeanine for sharing this inspirational story about some school-age children getting involved with breast cancer awareness. While the kids featured are a bit older, the idea of supporting Race for a Cure is certainly one that can be done with our little hearts. Universally recognizable, by decorating pink ribbons with markers, stickers, glitters or any other bits, you and your child can do your part to raise awareness for this most important cause.

So get crafting - and send pics! We'd love to see your creations :)


Cynthia said...

Oh my goodness!! I LOVE your blog!! How PERFECT!

My best friend is currently fighting for her life. She has breast cancer that has spread to her brain. My 3 year daughter loves her and prays for her too. She's also doing a local Relay for Life. Oh I love your blog. Glad I found it!

Following you from MBC. Please come follow me too :) I'm going to post your blog button on my blog right now!!

Debbie said...

Found you on the MBC Midwest group. Now following you! I live outside of chicago in the suburbs. Hope you have a great weekend.

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