Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mirum but all opinions are my own.
One of the thing I always want to be sure is that my girls can do anything they set their minds to. Whether it’s learning yoga, taking a STEM class or even learning to ride a new bike. Growing up I spent hours upon hours playing with my sister and our Barbies. One of the things I’ve always loved about Barbie® is how it inspirited my own creativity. With Barbie you can be anything and that’s why this Christmas my girls have Barbie on their wish lists!
You really can be anything it’s true with the Barbie Careers doll two packs like the Barbie Builder Doll and Playset, Barbie Careers Restaurants and Cooking Doll 2-pack and the Barbie Careers Space Exploration Doll 2-Pack . Girls can imagine they’re blasting off to space and helping to program the launch coordinates or they’re baking a gourmet meal for royalty. Playtime is endless with Barbie for my girls just like it was for me.
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My girls have had so much fun creating and exploring with Barbie. I like to think that they’re really inspiring their own futures and helping them to learn to love science and math. It’s all about inspiring my girls to be their best and having fun along the way I want the dolls they’re playing with to inspire that same sense of wonder.
You can find the Barbie Builder Doll and Playset, Barbie Careers Restaurants and Cooking Doll 2-pack, Barbie Careers Space Exploration Doll 2-Pack and more for great prices at your local Walmart stores. Walmart is your Barbie headquarters this year with all the latest and hottest toys in stock.
One thing I know is that raising three girls hasn’t been all glitter and rainbows. lately it’s accepting that each of my girls is different, each one has their own strengths and each one learns differently. I not only want them to be their best and always try their hardest but I also want to reflect that in who I am. Inspiring my girls that they can be anything from a gymnast to an astronaut.
All of the little lessons in life is what we teach them that help guide them as they get older. Patience, perseverance, persistence, gratitude and fortitude. It’s all in the little moments like struggling with math homework but working hard and being pertinence has lead or third grader to find great success. And there’s nothing better than seeing your child be proud of themselves and know that they can do anything.
How are you inspiring your kiddos to be anything?