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The Heart of Giving
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January 13, 2016
EcoParent

The holidays can feel like a very consumeristic time of year with a focus on stuff rather than substance. This year when you’re stealthily making lists of gifts your child will love, perhaps consider what your child is passionate about and tie that into giving as a part of your family gift tradition. Maybe their magical friends from the animal kingdom? What about helping people they see on the streets? Or, maybe they love learning about world cultures or really love water…


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