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Rachel O'Toole Mar 23
Replying to @treasadovander
Watched it with my son too and he asked the same!
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Saskia Jun 12
Who run the world? Really enjoyed this inspiring story of the girls who thought they could, so they did. And of the fathers who encouraged them, speeches on geese flying in formation and all.
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WeSit Aug 21
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DERO Jan 26
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Candace A Morgan Dec 13
Tonight my heart hurts for my Kallie girl, she is such a light in my life.. I hate that people can be so cruel. I wish everyone could see and know you exactly as I do.
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Kenneasha Mar 8
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gymboreeofsi Aug 22
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beachcleangirl Mar 30
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Let Us Communicate May 27
Replying to @LUC_autism
Our world doesn't need more adults who blindly serve the powerful because they've been trained to obey authority without question. Our world needs more adults who question and challenge and hold the powerful accountable.” L.R. Knost
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Morgan Michalowski Jan 15
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Erin Levine Jan 23
me: Happy Birthday, Zoe. You are 7! zoe: (deep in thought) me: Whatcha thinking about? zoe: peaceful ways to take over the world.
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Yours Humanly Mar 13
Replying to @YoursHumanly
We’d love to hear about some of the books that positively impacted your lives!
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Lacey Christensen Mar 7
If I could give my daughter 3 things it would be the confidence to always know her self worth, the strength to chase her dreams and to know how deeply loved she is. 💗
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RDKara Jan 1
What is really important in our homes? What will our children remember years from now?
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PieceofCakeParenting Aug 6
In a world where you can be anything, please always chose to be kind ❤
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Jules PR Jan 15
Education Secretary calls for schools to go single-use plastic free by 2022 via
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Showgirlmom Jan 20
Today I showed my 3 sons the . It's important for them to understand how they can help make the world a better place.
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Gemma McCall Jan 15
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Aussie Earps Mar 7
On this im teaching my daughter about how us girls need to be supportive and not bring each other down.
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Stacey Diederich Sep 15
Jeremy’s on his nintendoswitches I’m playing @ Windermere Village
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