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Sporty Girls Are AWESOME!

Posted by Monica Williams on

We attended the Sporty Girls Conference Saturday (3/16) in Atlanta Georgia, and we were inspired by the 250 girls registered learning how to become better athletes in non-traditional sports and by the vendors most of whom were also woman owned businesses. We found some potential groups we can work with to achieve our ultimate goal of making all girl's first and subsequent experiences better.  We talked to alot of middles school girls about their preference and many moms who were excited about having everything delivered directly to the house. It was another really affirming day in the challenging life of...

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Sporty Girls!

Posted by Admin Reddrop on

We will be at the Sporty Girls Conference this Saturday (3/16) at Washington High School in Atlanta GA! https://sportygirlsinc.org/ RedDrop is really excited to support Rashan Ali and her vision to help young female athletes become leaders, we will have samples onsite and Middle School Kits for sale. Hope to see you there.

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We Love the Love!!

Posted by Monica Williams on

It's fun to feel the love!

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Nightmare First Period

Posted by Monica Williams on

My sixth grader and I are working together on her SSAT prep. Somedays it goes great, and somedays...not so great. Her favorite part of the prep is the essay portion. The practice gives them the steps to a good essay and then practice prompts. She has gone through all of the practice essay prompts. So today she made up her own. She enjoys creative writing, and she has been walking the RedDrop journey with us all, so I wasn't surprised with her subject matter. But I definitely wanted to share - our mission is truly that this won't happen to...

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Welcome to RedDrop!

Posted by Dana Roberts on

  You have probably been researching first-periods, what made us write these blogs is that we found a lot of information, but not many places to get all of the information you may need in one place. It is mind boggling to us why girls are still left to “figure things out themselves.” We think that’s not fair. We are here to help. We have talked to men who are single dads when their daughter started their period, brothers whose parents were incapacitated either by drugs or illness when their little sister started their period, and moms who were completely...

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