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Happy Holidays from Mamanista!

This has been an exciting year and we hope you have enjoyed our posts.  In 2010, we will continue to bring you reviews of cool baby gear, fashionable children’s clothing and accessories, educational toys, and other finds for mom, baby, and the whole family.

We also want to highlight more charitable efforts as part of the Bloganthropy project. Because looking at stuff is neat, winning stuff is fun, and giving stuff to people in need is truly fabulous.

This December, we were delighted to work with some of our favorite toy companies, LeapFrog, Corolle, and Steiff, and publishing companies, Scholastic and Klutz, to bring gifts to children at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Schneider Children’s Hospital.  Veronique Christensen of Little Elephants, Sarah Peppel of Genesis Moments and DIY Frugal joined us in delivering the donation and learning how volunteers and community donations keep Child Life running.

If you are part of social media networks (blogging, facebook, twitter, forums, whrrl, anything that involves interacting with others online), will you pledge with us to use our influence as part of the online community to build a better world?

There is a whole lot of good going on in this blogosphere, let’s shine a bright light on it!

From all of us here at, Happy Holidays!

Art Credit: Candace’s daughter, aka “Diva the Kid”

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Candace is the co-editor and co-founder of Mamanista. She is an educational consultant and writer.

Filed under: Chanukah, Charity, Christmas, Featured

6 Responses to "Happy Holidays from Mamanista!"

  1. Naomi says:

    Happy Holidays to you and yours! I already signed on for Bloganthropy and look forward to spreading the voluntarism this year…

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