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Teach Kindness


This post is sponsored by Sesame Street and HBO, in collaboration with Bloggin’ Mamas. Although I received compensation to share this information, all thoughts are my own. 

Becoming a parent means you need to lay the foundation for your children’s future. It may seem scary, but there’s always help.

You know the saying, “it takes a village”? Well, it really does. It takes all the help you can get to raise your children to reach their full potential. When you turn on the news and hear about sadness and suffering throughout the world, it can make you cringe at the thought of raising your little ones in this world.

Here’s something you should remember, you have control over your child’s perspective on what’s going on around them. The world has a lot of good in it, as long as you choose to see it.


That’s why Sesame Street is hosting its K is for Kindness Tour, a free, mul­ti-city expe­ri­en­tial tour timed to and inspired by the new, 47th sea­son of Sesame Street.

The K is for Kindness Tour was created for preschool fans and their fam­i­lies and fea­tures hands-on dig­i­tal learn­ing fun, par­tic­i­pa­tion from local libraries in each com­mu­ni­ty. Activities include “meet and greets” with the cos­tumed char­ac­ters, a 15-min­ute inter­ac­tive live stage show star­ring walk-around ver­sions of the series’ beloved char­ac­ters Elmo and Abby Cad­ab­by.

We were so excited to hear that the tour will be stop­ping our local mall — the Pem­broke Lakes Mall — this Sat­ur­day, Jan­u­ary 21st between 11am and 4pm.  You can click here for more details on this upcoming event.

The new Sesame Street season will feature our long-time friend Elmo in an updated and fun version of “Elmo’s World”. With 25 of the five-minute installments, the new season will highlight lessons taught through pre-school relevant topics, live action films, and interactive thinking games.

Family & Lifestyle blogger who is passionate about life & being social. You can find me on the beach or at a local park with my family -- pups included.

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