Birthdays are opportunities to reflect, hold your family and friends close, celebrate and gain perspective. It’s these moments that remind the Dolls to cherish their time together, the life they created, and to give back to those in need. For Caitlin’s birthday she’s asking you to donate to Save The Children to help little girls and boys reach their next birthday.
Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the U.S. and around the world, the organization works to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. Whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.
As Hurricane Dorian strengthens and churns toward the southeast United States, destructive winds and flash flooding threaten vulnerable children and families. Save the Children’s emergency response teams stand ready to help children and families bracing for the treacherous storm. Donate to help Save the Children protect vulnerable children and provide desperately needed relief to families.
We both believe that 33 is a very special birthday. Danielle was the first to turn 33 and I’m following shortly after. Why does 33 feel so significant? We both feel that we’re at a point in our life where we’ve come to understand and accept our roles on this Earth.
In the study of numerology, all numbers have a certain meaning, a vibrational pattern that they radiate. Numbers are divided into groups of odd and even numbers, core numbers and master numbers.
The three master numbers are 11, 22, and 33, and their special meanings come from not being reduced any further.The most prominent of these master numbers, 33, is a highly spiritual number.
The number three is significant in all major religions. There is a Trinity for Christians, and a Triple Goddess for the ancients. The number 33 was important to secret societies and is often concealed within significant literary works.
The Celts believed that everything happens in threes. The Triskele is an ancient Irish symbol, over 5,000 years old that stands for unity of the three. In the case of Celts, this is the physical, mental and spiritual. It also symbolizes the eternal life, the flow of nature, and spiritual growth.
Shorts: Free People, Floral Onesies: Forever21, Pink Lace Kimonos: Merezco, Shoes: Sam Edelman, Doll Earrings: Gifted from our friend LuLu
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