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Headbands of Hope : Gives Hope to Childhood Cancer

Childhood Cancer is a real problem. And sometimes I think it  gets left behind and not thought of as enough as it should be. I am a mom of three and I can’t even imagine how I would feel if one of my little one has to deal with cancer. Especially my little princess. Every day I fix her hair she will tell me how many hair ties she wants me to use. She loves for me to fix her hair. I couldn’t imagine having to tell her I couldn’t do that anymore. Just the thought of that makes me want to cry. That’s why I feel in love with headbands of Hope.

For every headband sold $1 is donated to St. Baldricks Foundation to support childhood cancer research and a little girl battling cancer gets a headband. It’s a special way to make someone else little princess feel pretty. You honestly don’t know what you have until it’s gone. Not only does this support a great charity but the headbands are cute and well made. I received one with two little pink balls of fabric. My daughter didn’t even give me a chance to fully get it out the package before asking for me to put it on. My youngest has also worn this headband several times. She has pulled and tugged and the band and bows. Even with all the pulling and tugging there hasn’t been a single sign of wear or tear.


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My Little Princess

Please visit Headbands of Hope and just check out their store. They offer several different items, style, and designs. I am sure you will find an item that your little princess will like. Plus it will help out another princess!! It’s a win-win for everyone!

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