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Working Mom Stereotypes Redefined

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Amy

Leominster, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I put out a fire that had started in a dryer at work.
Why are you participating?: 

Labels should not be used to pigeon-hole people. I have two young sons with developmental disabilities... Don't tell me what they can't do!

Effy

North Grafton, MA
United States
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My first child was born prematurely, so I know first hand how scary the first few months are of your child's life. One thing families are especially unprepared for is clothing a premature baby. I decided I was going to save all my clothing and I was able to donate the clothing to another family in need. I know how helpful it was and it was one less thing they needed to worry about.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe it is important for people to be mindful that our visible labels shouldn't define us and that people are much more than what is visible on the outside.

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