Last year was a roller coaster ride for us (what, you too?!?) as nearly every family here on the New Jersey coastline was affected, in one way or another, by the devastation left behind by Hurricane Sandy.
So, truth be told, I'm not very sorry to see 2012 go and am totally ready for a fresh start. You, too?!? EXCELLENT!!! Let's go :)
I am very honored to once again partner with the Kelloggs Champions of Great Starts 2013 Program in helping to initiate and participate in conversations about how to get families (like yours and mine) off to the best possible start, every day.
Why?!? Well, at our house, we are big fans of Kellogg. My pretend pantry (i.e. outlived its usefulness as a linen closet, since kids never seem to want to make their beds anyway) is filled with Kellogg's products and, as my kids get older (me, too) the brand continues to be a staple in our every day life.
I'm looking forward to introducing you to the rest of my fellow KChamps (moms and dads, who blog, like me) as we get to know each other a little better, by sharing an important part of our lives: nourishing and nurturing our families.
To kick-off 2013, I have accepted to participate in Kellogg's January Photo-a-Day Challenge and here's why:
I love sharing pics with my online family and friends, via social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+ and Twitter, so participating in this particular photo-a-day challenge is also a really fun way to start thinking about fresh family starts for the New Year.
I have included links to my social media profiles (highlighted above) so, I really hope you follow along in our journey and maybe even join me in this photo-a-day challenge to help get 2013 off to a great start.
In the meantime, I wish ALL of my online friends (pssssst, that's you!) peace and much happiness in the new year...and beyond!
We'll leave the porch light on for you, just in case.
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Disclosure: I am honored to partner with Kellogg's in helping families (like mine) achieve great starts to their days. I am being compensated for my services for the length of the program.