Kim McMullen created Girl in the Wild to empower teenage girls, help them find their inner strength, and develop confidence.
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Playgrounds and unstructured free play have always been my go-to options for my two boys’ exercise and entertainment. But as they’ve grown in height, they’ve also been growing apart in terms of their interests, as well as their physical and social skills. Despite their five-year age difference, when they were younger both would happily play … Continued
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