Friday, October 30, 2015

From Our Families to Yours...

Halloween Wishes

Since this is the time for goblins and bats,
Halloween spirits, ghosts and cats,
Weird-happenings and witches brew,
These are the things I wish for you.

May the only spirit you chance to meet,
Be the spirit of love and warm friends sweet.
May the tricks that you are asked to do,
Be a trick to help you gain a friend or two.

So, by tomorrow, pick three friends sweet,
And give them all a Halloween treat.
You only have one day, so hurry!
Leave a treat on the doorstep, then flee in a hurry!


Thursday, October 29, 2015

What's The Deal with the Teal?

This Halloween you may spot teal pumpkins along your Trick or Treating route. So what is the deal with the teal? 

Well it's all about the Teal Pumpkin Project started by the Food Allergy Research and Education Foundation. The project goal is to raise awareness and give children with allergies a fun and safe Halloween experience. As a parent of a child with a severe nut allergy, this is such a great alternative. Usually when my daughter goes trick or treating she comes homes and cannot eat about 1/4 of her loot..

The idea is simple. Offer non-food treats instead of candy for those with allergies or those who can't have candy. (I am looking at you braces wearers!)

The FARE has a great list of non-food treat ideas that will cost you about as much as candy would.

Ideas for Non-Food Treats

Available at dollar stores, party supply stores, or online shops, these low-cost items can be purchased and handed out to all trick-or-treaters, or made available in a separate bowl from candy if you choose to hand out both options. Nearly all of these items can be found in a Halloween theme or festive colors.

  • Glow sticks, bracelets, or necklaces
  • Pencils, pens, crayons or markers
  • Bubbles
  • Halloween erasers or pencil toppers
  • Mini Slinkies
  • Whistles, kazoos, or noisemakers
  • Bouncy balls
  • Finger puppets or novelty toys
  • Coins
  • Spider rings
  • Vampire fangs
  • Mini notepads
  • Playing cards
  • Bookmarks
  • Stickers
  • Stencils
You can find more information on the Teal Pumpkin Project HERE

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Feeling Hungry for Bite-Sized Treats? Try These Muffin Tin Creations

There are so many great meal ideas on YouTube and Pinterest. Gone are the days that recipes came from cookbooks and dishes had to be labor intensive creations. Now you can whip up dinner using four ingredients and a muffin tin.

Try the following delicious muffin tin dinners for your next family meal. Do note: cooking times vary so the following cooking instructions should be considered loose guidelines, and don't forget to generously grease your muffin pan before stuffing.

1. Spaghetti and meatball bites:

Stuff pan with: boiled al dente spaghetti tossed with parmesan. Top each individual tin with: a spoon full of marinara, one meatball, more marinara, and parmesan/mozzarella. Bake: 375 degrees for 20-22 minutes until cheese melts. Garnish with fresh basil and red pepper flakes. 

2. Meatloaf cupcakes:

Stuff pan with favorite meatloaf recipe (ground beef, salt, pepper, etc.) Bake for 25-35 mins. at 375 degrees. Let meat bites slightly cool. Garnish mini meatloafs with mashed potatoes and chives.

3. Omelette Bites:

Stuff pan with egg yolks that have been mixed with salt/pepper, cheddar cheese, diced ham, and finely chopped spinach and chives. Bake for 15-20 mins at 375 degrees. Garnish with more cheese and a dab of sour cream.  

4. Broccoli Cheese Biscuits:

Cover each individual pan with a thin layer of your favorite puff pastry. Add to pastry a mixed medley of cream cheese, butter, chopped broccoli, cheddar cheese, and mozzarella. Bake as directed on puff pasty packaging.

5. Easy Mini Corn Dog Muffins:

Stuff pan with your favorite corn bread recipe and add to center of corn bread batter a bit-sized piece of hot dog wieners. Bake as directed on corn bread packaging. 

Which recipe will you try???

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

StoryCorps Animation

I have made my love for podcasts pretty clear over the years here on HerMamas! One of my favorite one to listen to real life stories from real life everyday people is StoryCorps. You may have heard of this or have even seen the StoryCorps van in your area.

Here is what they are all about...

StoryCorps is America’s oral history project. Since 2003, StoryCorps has collected more than 60,000 interviews with over 100,000 participants from all backgrounds -- the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered. Recordings are archived at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress so that future generations can hear the stories – and the voices – of today. We share stories online and through our popular weekly NPR broadcasts, podcast, animated shorts, and best-selling books. StoryCorps is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Pretty awesome right? Well it's gets even better. I recently discovered that some stories are turned into animated shorts! This one is my favorite...

Their YouTube page is a great place to catch all the animated shorts and other great stories. 

Monday, October 26, 2015

Easy Last Minute Costumes

Spanish Dancer 
This is such a fun and simple costume. Wear a flower in your hair, a tube top, flowy long skirt and hold a fan in your hand and you're done!

Nerd Alert
Who can't do this costume. Where glasses, pens in your hair, suspenders, high waisted pants (flooding), and silly socks!

Baby Business
For this one, think accessories. Hold a bottle, suck on a pacifier, and carry a teddy bear. Wear an extra large t-shirt (worn as a onesie).


Dia De Los Muertos Calaveras
All you need is lots of face paint and draw on any skeleton face design from google images right unto your face. This has been a fan favorite a few years now.

Simply wear a suit and tie and slick back any hairstyle. To add detail: add a cheesy name tag, pin a US flag to your lapel, and hold a clipboard!

What are your go to last minute costume ideas?

Friday, October 23, 2015

Is the Aunt Who Sued Her Nephew as Awful As Her Actions Seem?

Did you hear about this? A week or so ago Jennifer Connell made headlines when she sued her 12 year old nephew for $127,000.00. For what? For hugging her too aggressively and breaking her arm that happened 4 years ago. The media blasted her, calling her The Aunti Christ. Soon the #Auntfromhell was trending.

When I first heard this story I was completely appalled. How could an aunt sue her own nephew for hugging her too hard. I have a nephew and I have to practically pay him to hug me.

She took to the news media to attempt to explain herself...

She claims that she had to sue her nephew in order for the home owners insurance to pay her medical bills. She says she was never comfortable with it. But here is the thing. If a lawyer came to me and said in order to get your medical bills (I mean how much could a broken arm cost?)  she would need to name her nephew in the case. Now if this was me as soon as the lawyer said that it would be over. I would never put my 12 year old nephew through that. I would never do anything that might lead him to believe that I did not love him, or like him. This women instead went ahead and dragged her nephew through court and a media storm. I think all the nicknames she has earned fit. 

Oh and she lost her case. 

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Disney Music for Moms

I am in my mid-thirties, I have three small children and am a far cry from that young woman who knew all the latest trends and music hits. I listen to the radio, but am often disappointed in its contest. These days Spotify is my source of musical entertainment.

Then, there is also the Disney channel.

My grade-schoolers have turned me on to artists and movies that are all Disney channel productions. Now, this wouldn't be too bad since I am usually with them watching and listening to their favorites: The Descendants, Teen Beach Movie, and Shawn Mendes. However, I now actually jam-out to Shawn Mendes at work and in the car when 90% of the time my kids aren't even around.

While I listened to Shawn the other day on my office computer, I wasn't sure if I should feel utterly self-conscious as a 34-year old mom listening to one of today's tween heartthrobs. Then it hit me, moms are perfect for Disney channel music because they keep it pg-13 while still fun!  Moms don't have to worry about f-bombs or resort to annoying toddler tunes to make sure that happens.

Take Shawn Mendes for example. His songs are about believing in your dreams, being the life of the party while taking risks and making mistakes, and of course, he's got a ton of songs about love (but when you listen to these lyrics the love doesn't only apply to a boy loving a girl and vice versa). These "love" tunes can be for parent and child as well as friends. More importantly, the lyrics are often positive. 

So the verdict is in: tweens actually shell out music moms and kids can both enjoy. To that point, I say moms should embrace Disney artists or tween music fads. Doing so is a win-win for everyone. 

Now, check out Believe by Shawn Mendes and tell me if you agree? 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015


Huffington Post has really stepped it up when it comes to covering things that important to the Latino community. If you don't already "like" their HuffPost Latino Voices Facebook page, click here and give them a thumbs up. They fill my newsfeed with great relatable and fun articles. The last one I read was all about  Latino inspired Halloween costumes. You know the non-offensive ones.

Recently HuffPost launched the site  Latinos Break the Mold . This is a gorgeous website where Latino's who are making an impact in the world get to tell us their stories about what it was/is like for them to be Latino. The site is divided into 5 different categories...
  • Artists
  • Game Changers
  • Storytellers
  • Thought Leaders
  • Unapologetically Proud
From reporters, business executives, actors, dj's, writers, athletes, social workers and even professional skateboards all get to discuss how being Latino affects their identity, and even careers. 

This is a very well-done website and a really great read and reminder at how awesome it is to be Latino. 

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Oprah and Weight Watchers

It's no big secret Oprah Winfrey has struggled with weight issues most of her life. Recently, her best friend Gail King very publicly began a Weight Watchers (WW) plan and Oprah's used it off and on for years. Now, it turns out Oprah's taking using it to a new level.

Oprah is now part owner, investor, and board member of the weight loss and weight management company. Talk about taking matters into your own hands. If this doesn't symbolize being serious about her weight loss goals, I don't know what would.

Today, Oprah took to her own FB account to share this exciting news. She looks to evolve WW and support all people in the process of healthfully controlling their weight. To me, everything this woman touches turns to empowerment gold. What a great time to get on the WW bandwagon. 

For interested readers, here's the WW diet regimen in a nutshell: 

•You're able to attend in-person support group or online meetings.
•You're able to tailor your fitness goals to your target needs
•You're about to eat foods from a long list all itemized by a point system; this system in essence is a simpler way to track nutrition and count calories using single digit points. 

Could you survive the weight watchers point system long enough to see results? Oprah sure thinks many can and plans to  revamp WW under her leadership. Can she save the giant weight lose company by association and part ownership or will it become just another diet fad that  eventually went away?

Monday, October 19, 2015

Monday Memes- Pumpkin Edition

This cooler weather has got me all cozy and comfy and of course sipping on a PSL. 

Have a great Monday all you HerMamas out there! 

Friday, October 16, 2015

Lamar Odom and the power of prayer...

Whether you followed him as a basketball superstar or a reality TV character, Lamar Odom is all over the news today. He remains in a coma and unresponsive after being found unconscious in a Las Vegas brothel. It's thought drugs played a role in his demise and the entire Kardashian clan (his former in-laws) have rushed to be by his side. Say what you will about the Kardashians, I find their current dedication to Lamar truly commendable.

The story of Lamar's health is plastered across countless news outlets along with an outpour from those surrounding him urging others to pray for his recovery. When I read every comment via social media and websites insisting we devote a moment of our lives to pray for this man who many of us do not know, I am driven to tears. So many of us turn to prayer and believe in miracles which is a powerful indicator that faith is real.

We've all heard of the many tales of individuals coming back from near death experiences. Some people even claiming they've died, "seen the light", and somehow returned to this world. Doesn't matter your religious background, I am confident we've all heard remarkable tales like these and must ask ourselves if prayers changed the outcome. I know I've wondered that!

I don't follow much reality TV and I surely didn't follow Lamar's basketball career, but I jumped right on the prayer bandwagon for this man. Faith is a powerful, powerful belief. Do you believe in praying in times as these when a perfect stranger needs a miracle? I sure do and I hope Lamar comes out of this as everyone around him prays. I also wholeheartedly pray that all who struggle with addiction and depression find inner-peace without having to leave this world for the "next."

Do you believe in the power of prayer? 
Or could miraculous recoveries simply be explained away by medical science?  

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Watching Debates

Nothing makes me feel more like an adult than watching political debates and enjoying them. I am apparently at a time in my life where the issues directly affect me and my family. Last Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nevada a Democratic debate took place with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Jim Webb, Lincoln Chafee and Martin O'Malley.

A lot of topics were covered through the 2 hours event, hosted by the silver fox Anderson Cooper. Things like climate change and environmental issues, legalizing marijuana, post-college debt and the rising costs of education, immigration, planned parenthood, and of course, Clinton's email scandal.

Why is it important for voters to watch these debates? Well I feel that these debates are one of the best ways to educate ourselves on each candidate and where they stand on issues - especially issues that are important to each American citizen. You cannot assume that just because all individuals are from the same party that they stand on the same side of issues. For example, most democrats are for funding alternate energy sources, but Jim Webb is very much pro-coal, pro-nuclear energy and oil energy. I also feel that debates are a great way to watch a candidate in action. See how they react to opposition. Are they cool under pressure?

Elections are important and this upcoming presidential election is mega-important. Do you research and then vote!

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Scary Thrills Are Here

It's October and folks who love all things fright enjoy everything that comes with the season. I'm not one to embrace all things scary, but I do see the thrill, especially among teens. There are great ways to get your spooky thrills on with your teenagers.

Try these between now and Halloween (if you dare):

1. Visit theme parks with Halloween theatrics. These are commonplace this time of year and whether it's a haunted boat (Dark Harbor at Queen Mary) or a classic like Knott's Scary Farm, these Halloween themed attractions are perfect to stir up a season of horror.

2. Stream the Scary! Want to get in the mood at home? Stream any and every online show based in terror. American Horror Story is perfect for this. That show has everything from haunted homes and asylums to the murderous circus theme: freak show! The new season centered in a haunted hotel and is starring Lady Gaga. It just started last week so it's the perfect time to jump in. Great actors and guest spots sprinkle the terrifying story lines.

3. Visit adrenaline pumping entertainment venues! The latest craze in LA is escaping a pitch dark maze. Yes, this is done for fun! The Basement in LA is all the rage, and based on reviews, horror-junkies would love the experience of being trapped in darkness and doing everything possible to escape a fictitious asylum. 

4. Scary movie marathon! Classic scary movies often return to theaters this time of year. Checkout local listings and get to watching! Who wouldn't want to relive the classic horror films of our childhood with today's teens? I know the teens in my life would flip with classics such as It and Nightmare on Elm Street!

5. Play the Ouija ("wigi") board (game). Okay, I am totally too chicken to try it, but they say this is a fun one to set a spooky mood. Play with your teens. Make sure you're in a dimly lit room with music for the ambiance. Warm up with a round of ghost stories to really get your crowd shaking in their boots!

What else do you do to set the mood for Halloween and all things frightening?

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Some new Santa Cecilia to get you in the October Mood!

Now that October is in full swing we are starting to think of all things spooky. We have Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos right around the corner. Now if the weather can start to cooperate we can really get into that cozy fall spirit.

Until then, the Grammy award winning band from Los Angeles, La Santa Cecilia just released a new song called "Calaverita". The song is amazing (like everything this band does!) and the video is a perfect way to get into an October mood.

Check it out....

We know this song is going to be on repeat all season long! 

Monday, October 12, 2015

Never mind Columbus Day, celebrate this instead...

"(CNN) This Monday, instead of celebrating Christopher Columbus, some cities and schools are honoring the people he encountered in the "New World" and their descendants!"

It's called Indigenous People's Day (IPD). 

My office still has Columbus Day on our list of observed holidays. It's my first year as CEO and something about observing this "holiday" just doesn't sit well. I personally don't know how we ever came to celebrate a legacy of violent exploitation. Then, I heard about IPD. 

This year, I will observe the legacy of Native Americans and take this Monday as an opportunity to educate my children on Native American culture, influence, and history. More importantly, I will clarify that the Italian explorer, Christopher Columbus didn't discover a new world. Our country was rich with native roots before he arrived. Plus, because of Columbus, a violent genocide ensued. There's nothing about his legacy worth honoring and it's wrong to teach children otherwise. To that point, my children have school on Monday which works for me.

Finally, as CEO, this January I will replace Columbus Day in October with Cesar Chavez day in March. This way, our office is truly honoring the legacy of a person who fought for good and did so without violence. Besides, observing Cesar Chavez Day is much more relevant to today's evolution as a transformative and multicultural society. 

Do you get Columbus Day off? How about observing it by celebrating Indigenous People's Day instead?

Friday, October 9, 2015

20 Year High School Reunion

Tomorrow is my 20th High School Reunion.

 Yup it's been 20 years since I stood in a yellow cap and gown on the football field of my high school. Sometimes it's doesn't feel possible.

Other times it feels like a lifetime ago.

Back in 2005 I opted out of attending the 10 year reunion. I had just had a baby and was not feeling it. My life had taken some drastic changes at the time and I wasn't really ready to have to talk or explain myself and my life to people.

Now another 10 years later I am excited to go back. At this time in my life things are good, comfortable and happy. Is my life the one I dreamed about back in high school? Nope. I never would have imagined my life ending up the way it has. I was going to go to college forever. I wanted degrees on degrees. I did not want children. I had never imagined living so far from home. But this life I never imagined is good. Really good.

Today I am much more comfortable in my own skin. I am content with where my life is right now and I am happy with the person I am. I went to high school with some really awesome, kind, good-hearted people and I am excited to catch up and see all of them.

Of course I colored all my gray hair. I am not going to be that "real".

Did you or will you attend your high school reunions?

Thursday, October 8, 2015

What the VACATION pictures don't tell you!

I recently visited Guatemala with my entire family (and then some). The pics were amazing, more importantly, our vacation was beyond memorable. From us doing handstands in front of Mayan temples, diving into natural spring pools, feeding giraffes, to zip lining and having an overall wonderful time. 

What the photos don't tell you is what it is really like to travel with three children: 9, 5 and 3. To be honest, it is total and complete chaos. My children are wonderful human beings, so before I rag on them, I must admit -- I'm utterly grateful for their existence and the memories of our amazing journey abroad. 

Now, here's where things get real. There was a fair share of sibling squabbles, yelling matches, and tantrums everyday of our trip -- yes, everyday. Kids will be kids so there was a lot of bickering and even the hubby and I got into a spat. Tensions, even on vacation, can be high as we wrangle 5 people and traverse plenty of ground. I'd do it all again in a heartbeat, but I wanted to warn all parents venturing out to plan ahead to minimize the chaos.

Helpful tips to travel with a big family:

1. Pick hotels with breakfast included (there's one less decision to think of daily). If you can afford all meals, go for the all-inclusive deals, but read reviews to make sure meals are suited for picky eaters/kids' palettes. We stayed in a family home so we made sure to prepare meals all could agree on. We ate a lot of the same meals, but this kept our tribe generally happy.

2. Pack a "fun travel bag" per child. Make sure they can carry their own load (by the way). Include snacks, books, art supplies, headphones, and electronics. 

3. Pack dark colored shoes, sweatshirts and anything else that will get repeatedly used. You don't have the ability to necessarily wash over your break and so darker tones are best. I'd also travel light, but who are we kidding, that's too hard with a large group. And on that note, dress in layers. We froze our butts-off on an overnight bus ride to the Mayan ruins. Lesson learned!

4. Ask for discounts. Don't be shy and ask everywhere. Kids of course get discounts routinely, but even when not specified some patrons may agree to reduce fares for children. 

5. Take time to regroup. There's so much running around on vacation, ironically. So make time for peaceful quiet reflection. This is essential to balancing the energy of the daily hustle and excitement that is vacationing!  

Share your family travel tips, too! Comment below!

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

That's Not an Art Collection...THIS is an Art Collection!

If there is anything that I am truly passionate about it's art. More specifically Chicano Art. Over the last few years my husband and I have been collecting pieces by artist that we like. Our collection is tiny - maybe 10 pieces. And they all fit on our dining room wall. We would love to continue to add to our collection. We like the idea of surrounding ourselves with the art we love. 

Recently a friend posted this vimeo video on her Facebook page and my jaw dropped to the floor....
                                               Enrique Serrato: A Life Amongst Art from Patrick Kennedy on Vimeo.

I don't know if I love art enough to sleep on the floor every night?

I hope that eventually this collection is cataloged and finds a space where it can be displayed and people like me to spend hours admiring it all. 

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Cocktails for Fall

It may not feel like fall in So Cal, but soon enough winter will have to show its "gloomy face". During the fall/winter transition I embrace all things cold weather: folky music, hot lattes, scarves, boots, and movie marathons buried under bedroom covers! Those are only some of the fun things we can expect this season, but there's also the good ol' fall cocktails that are perfect this time of year.

• Hard Apple Cider: spike your usual hot cider and poof! It's that simple. Rum works well with this mix. And wouldn't some Fireball Whiskey be so good in this! 

• Mexican Coffee: who doesn't love coffee with their liquor? Add a splash of tequila to any premium cup of coffee for that special zing.

•Whiskey Chai: we've spiked your cider and your coffee, so you know we had to also spoke your chai. This is a delicious mix for a warm fall evening.

• Spiced Cranberry Vodka: this is a twist on an old favorite. Add a sprinkle of hot seasoning and lime to a classic cranberry vodka. For an added touch garnish as you would a Bloody Mary: add celery, green olives and a thick slice of crispy bacon.

• White Russian: combine milk, kahlua liquor, vodka, and ice to make this this perfectly smooth drink! Have this while watching the cult classic: The Big Labowski (Google the reference).

• Finally, enjoy any cocktail recipe that includes Bailey's Irish Cream liquor (hot or cold). Delicious!

What are your favorite fall cocktails?

Monday, October 5, 2015

Living in a Scary World

A few weeks ago a horrendous thing happened where I live. 2 random people where murdered, another was beaten and a Mom stopped this person from carjacking her car with her 2 children inside. This monster was caught and arrested but this literally hit very close to home, work, school. I am talking just blocks away. We were lucky that we were out of town when it all happened but it still leaves me very anxious. So much that I have been having nightmares and waking up in an almost panic state.

I remember feeling this anxiety after horrible events like 9/11, Columbine, Sandy Hook, and the Colorado movie theatre shootings. As I am writing this I am hearing news of another mass shooting at a community college in Oregon. That is the 45 school shooting in 2015. Yup in 10 months. That is an average of about 1 a week.

There is so much debate about what the solution to this horrible problem is. Some want more gun control. Other want more people to own guns. Some feel it's a mental illness issues while some think it's a white privilege issue. I am also dealing with being a parent and the anxiety that it brings. At the same time I need to keep a brave front so that my children are not anxious and scared.

This Huff Post Parents article...

14 Tips for Managing Anxiety After the Shootings

...has great helpful tips for dealing with anxiety like these.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Bucket List for Travel

Sometimes you just have to do something that's a little crazy! Gives life the jolt it needs. For me, crazy happened last night and I can thank my Travel Bucket List for that!

After diligently researching Mexican reports for two weeks to decide on a winter vacation at the beach, I changed my mind in a matter of minutes, and instead booked a dream vacation to a beach resort in Bali, Indonesia.  Felt crazy just after I did it (both because it's expensive and because a place like Indonesia will likely pull me out of my everyday comfort zone). Elephant safari anyone? Plus, during this vacation I'll celebrate two big milestones: reaching 10 years or marriage and turning 35. Getting to both isn't assured and I've been blessed to be almost there. The perfect celebration in my personal opinion is TRAVEL!

Do you have a travel bucket list or simply a bucket list that inspires you? Everyone needs one. Doesn't mean we're constantly marking things off, but it does mean there's a plan that could come to life one day. The next travel destination for me is Africa. This way I will have done a least one trip to Africa, Europe, Asia, Central and South America, Canada, and the Caribbean. 

Having a bucket list for travel is something that stretches us beyond the daily bubble of life, even if only every couple of years. Last summer while I was on my third vacation to Guatemala I made a conscious effort to see a different part of the country, do something extreme, and keep myself towards an experience that only comes when a person encounters a new culture and way of living. I am humbled every time I learn about new cultures and I come to appreciate my own roots all the more. It's what travel does for me.

Travel doesn't have to be your bucket list theme. It could be adventures such as skydiving and race car driving. Heck, a bucket list can include experiences, foods, or even, hobby exploration. For one person learning to play the piano could be as impactful as first setting eyes on a foreign beach covered in black sand. All in all, a bucket list is that itemized plan to gives life a jolt to our lives reminding us there's more to it than habit and routine. Sure, we all have different lives and budgets.

Whatever the considerations and likes may be, I wonder, what would be on your BUCKET LIST for travel, or otherwise???

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Awesome Girls

My kids and I have been big fans of Kid President for a while. This kid really knows how to liven up a room and bringing positivity into the world. And did you hear? He even kissed Beyonce once.

Recently Kid President posted a new video all about a new series he is going to be doing. This series is called Awesome Girls and its going to be about girls out there making a positive difference in the world.

I love the idea of a young boy, despite his fear of the opposite gender, will be highlighting how awesome girls can be. Once again Kid President is out there doing some good in the world!