Embracing a Healthy Family: Purple day
Showing posts with label Purple day. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Purple day. Show all posts

My Daughter's Mountain Wedding & Purple Day Awareness

She finally did it!  My oldest married her long time fiance and made it official on Friday. The wedding was very intimate and only included parents of the bride and groom along with my other two children and my grand baby.  It was a typical windy day but I think it delighted us with a bit more wind than normal much to our chagrin but we made the best of it.  The pictures didn't turn out as well as I had hoped due to the overcast skies.  I'm only sharing the younger girls pictures as I'm waiting for my daughter to post the pictures of her and her husband so I don't steal their thunder.

The dresses and shoes for the girls are from Adorable Baby Clothing who have not only casual clothing but the most beautiful selection of children's formal wear of the highest quality.  I have been a huge fan of Adorable Baby Clothing for years and have purchased many dresses in the past as I regard them as heirloom quality and am already passing them down to my grandchild and my younger daughter.

I even used the dresses for promotion an upcoming purple day for epilepsy as well as a new bear for my nine year old's non-profit, Angels4Epilepsy.  If you want to check out all the beautiful clothing for boys and girls, just visit AdorableBabyClothing.com.

*Disclosure:  This is not a sponsored post and the opinions are of my own.  I'm an actual repeat customer of Adorable Baby Clothing.

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Purple Day March 26: Wear Purple and Show Your Support

Tomorrow is Purple Day which is a day to raise awareness and support all the people with epilepsy both alive and passed on.  Purple Day is significant in that people are asked to wear purple .. isn't that easy?  There are many events going on throughout the world in celebration of this day.  Epilepsy is a disease that afflicts more people than you probably realize.  I never knew until my then five year old was diagnosed with it two, almost three year's ago.  It's a terrifying disease in that one has seizures which can be controlled and in many cases, not controlled.  Epilepsy even kills which is an even lesser known fact about it.  Seizures are the culprit but they really don't know why it happens but SUDEP is real and many children and adults have lost their lives to it.

This Saturday, please join in and wear purple and tell someone about why you are wearing purple.  My seven year old daughter, founder of Angels4Epilepsy.org, is delivering purple Pillow Pets to the local children's hospitals for any child currently hospitalized but mostly to support any child enduring testing or other procedure related to epilepsy.  We are also delivering small bags to drop off at the Ronald McDonald House for parents who are enduring a hospitalized child.

Check out the Anita Kaufman Foundation and learn more about epilepsy and Purple Day.
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