Monday, August 1, 2016


As a parent you know how important it is for your child to feel confident and accepted but you also know that not all kids are. I recently discovered Breadcrumbz which was started by two moms and it teaches kids ages 6 to 12 years old the value of self acceptance. Breadcrumbz has four characters Samantha Sourdough, Rachel Rye, Penelope Pumpernickel and Whitney Wheat. I was sent some items to review from Breadcrumbz a book which is a great way to get to know the Breadcrumbz is by following their trail. Their activity book is filled with poems, puzzles and projects. Penelope teaches how to have fun with the letters in your name. Whitney shows you how to make stationary with things that you can find in the great outdoors. Rachel introduces new ways to make exercise fun, and Samantha is always providing some fun with fashion. The book has activities tailored to multiple age ranges; there is something in it for everyone to enjoy. Order one today to begin your journey following the Crumbz!

Breadcrumbz Pop Inz Charm Bracelet with all four characters Rachel Rye has charms of soccerball, hightop sneaker and catcher’s mitt. Whitney Wheat has charms of peace sign, flower, and water pitcher. Penelope Pumpernickel has charms, pencil, scissors and book. Samantha Sourdough has charms of purse, Mirror and cat. It also includes a little pouch that has a tag that says trail mix: as you blaze your trail always remember. 1. Be confident in who you are.
2. Love you, and your world. 3. Be sweet along the way a little package of candy nerds, a pink shaped heart stone, a small piece award that says confidence on that and a quote.

My Opinion: I think this is great for kids ages 6 to 12 as you know school is a tough time they do have no bullying in school the kids still lack confidence in this will help them be more confident in love themselves. I hate to admit but as an adult I lack confidence as I am overweight and feel like I should had this when I was in school and may have changed how I am today.
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