Before Your Story Begins Tomorrow

Jennifer Wilson

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February 26, 2014

Before Your Story workshop at Big Picture Classes

Before Your Story is a six-week workshop held at Big Picture Classes. Inside of their beautiful classroom area, you’ll receive new materials each week to create an album that tells your (or someone else’s) growing up story.

Class begins tomorrow, February 27, and I’d love for you to participate if you’ve been wanting to tell these stories, but didn’t know how. If you’re still on the fence, I’m happy to answer any lingering questions in the comments below.

Click here to register for the workshop.

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1 Comment

  1. Agyeman

    i’ve never understood the anti-princess metltniay that so many mothers try to instill. My daughter had a princess phase and I encouraged it. They don’t stay in the princess phase forever and she is almost through it. Plus, the princesses are all very scrappy, resourceful and have to adversity or tragedy. They have to overcome. Maybe it is the idea of the princess that mothers want to avoid. I love watching the strong princesses that are in the movies especially the new ones but the old ones too. Belle, Arielle, Snow White, Cinderella, Tiana. I think they are good role models for my daughter. Disney has an ad right now about what a princess is and it is promoting strong girls and leaders. That is what a princess is to me and what I hope a princess is to my daughter.

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