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OU MEDICINE | OU Medical Center | OU Physicians | The Children’s Hospital | OU College of Medicine

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Everything revolves around you.The information and care you need. Options for your childbirth

experience. Midwife or physician? Breastfeeding or not? One of

your first steps should be to find a great childbirth physician

and the perfect place to bring your little one into the world.

The Women’s & Newborn Center offers a safe, serene and

special experience you’ll remember throughout your life.

We deliver more babies than any other hospital in this

area. But to us, your baby is the only one. Call or visit

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get your moxie on!

The Shoppes at Northpark • 12036 N. May • Oklahoma City(405) 286-3760 • www.closetmoxie.com

[email protected] • www.facebook.com/closetmoxieMakeup by Sooo Lily

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get your moxie on!

The Shoppes at Northpark • 12036 N. May • Oklahoma City(405) 286-3760 • www.closetmoxie.com

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When it comes to finding a doctor, we’ve got you covered.From a simple stomachache to something more serious, you need a doctor you

can trust with the well-being of your family. Fortunately, Deaconess physicians

are here to help. With 52 providers in 24 locations across Oklahoma City and the

surrounding area, Deaconess physicians are dedicated to providing compassionate

care across generations – past, present and future. You can count on us for the well-

being of your family, close to home. To find a physician to meet your needs, visit

DeaconessPhysicians.com or call our physician referral phone line at 604-4444.

Relax.

Deaconess Hospital is directly or indirectly owned by a partnership that proudly includes physician owners, including certain members of the hospital’s medical staff.

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October marked the 86th anniversary of the little black dress. Rewind almost a century to 1926 when designer Coco Chanel unveiled a not so exciting,

basic, below-the-knee black sheath in Vogue. Fast-forward to today’s designers from around the world who are rocking the little black dress in everything from fabulously fierce fashion apparel, to everyday wear in modern, easy-to-wear styles and fabrics.

The little black dress – affectionately known as LBD – was once reserved exclusively for periods of mourning and considered inappropriate to wear in public. Today’s little black dress is predominately a wardrobe and an “after 5 p.m.” staple worn by women everywhere. It’s no wonder the LBD is in every woman’s closet. Not only is it fabulously timeless and essentially versatile but it also always looks amazing, and it can be worn to any occasion at any time. Not to mention it generally makes all

The Little Black Dress

The Little Black Dress

by Kay byrd dress from loabi Photo graPhy by rachel cleere

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women look younger, longer and thinner.The little black dress comes in a variety of

styles from off the shoulder, one shoulder and shoulder-less to halter, cap sleeve, long sleeve and sleeveless. It can be worn long, short or at the knee. Fabrics include, satin, silk, crepe, lace, velvet, jersey and damask, just to name a few.

The LBD has been the holiday “go-to” dress since its debut in Vogue with this year being no exception. Buy a brand new LBD in the latest styles and fabrics, mainly

peplum and off the shoulder, with all-over paillettes sewn on velvet jersey. Or make last season’s LBD spanking new again with a few added decorative accessories sure to dazzle. Here’s how:

• For formal gatherings or fancy dinners, layer an LBD with a fabulous set of pearls inspired by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Or add an antique-inspired, large vintage flower pin made of Swarovski-type crystals faceted in antique gold or hematite for added drama, a one-of-a-kind statement piece sure to initiate conversations and garner compliments from partygoers and friends alike.• Be memorable! Draw attention to

your beautiful face, glamorous smoky eyes, side chignon or other holiday up-do. Add the latest pop-on/pop-off jeweled, pearled or fur add-on removable collar available in stores for the holidays.• Want to achieve the coveted sculpted, curvy-licious look? Go with layers and layers! Add a razzle-dazzle sequined vest, velvet ponte cutaway jacket, or a silk/satin jewel swing topper for effortless, figure-flattering va-licious va-voom.

• Pass out the oxygen masks… You and your last year’s basic LBD will be touching the sky in a pair of high-altitude gaining glitter, sequined, metallic or crushed velvet platforms ranging from peep toe pumps to 1920s-inspired T-straps.• She’s got legs and she knows how to use them with pointelle sweater tights, lace stockings, zigzag, or this year’s “polka-hot” polka dot-patterned sheer tights in black or assorted colors. If you dare, turn on your inner vixen with back seam thigh high stockings; rev your man’s engine with an added garter belt!

Jazzed and bedazzled not your thing? No worries, wear your LBD plain and simple.

Kay Byrd, CPC, CSC, is Oklahoma’s Stylist, KJ103FM Beauty & Style Expert “Coach Kay” heard Thursday morning’s on the TJ, Janet & JRod show, and is the president

of the Oklahoma Modeling Academy ModelOMA.com, kaybyrd.net for additional

style & beauty related topics.

The little black dress looks fab without an accessory or embellishments, after all, when it has beautiful you. Not to mention, plain and simple was exactly how Coco Chanel presented the little black dress 86 years ago. She believed, as we too believe, that you – and you alone – are what takes the L-B-D to O-M-G!

Be fabulous!Kay Byrd, CPC, CSC, is Oklahoma’s

Stylist, KJ103FM Beauty and Style Expert “Coach Kay” heard Thursday mornings

on the TJ Janet & JROD show, and is the president of the Oklahoma Modeling Academy, ModelOMA.com. Visit kaybyrd.net for additional style and beauty-related topics.

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opposite pageCourtney is wearing Funky Monkey;Bardot Lace black shirt: $88Matty M Sequin antique skirt: $92

Brittany is wearing Blush;Ever dress chevron print black dress: $49.95Silver chandelier earrings: $12.95

aboveBrittany is wearing Anabelle's Galleria;Ryu velvet blazer : $94.95Sassy Bling black lace pants: $64.95

Kayla is wearing Blush;Cocolove high low red dress: $49.95Long black and gold necklace: $56.95

Courtney is wearing Funky Monkey;Bailey 44 Divorce Italian Dress black & turquoise dress: $152BB Dakota Zane black blazer with leather trim: $102

rightBrittany is wearing Closet Moxie;Parker beaded top zebra: $299Very J pleated skirt with leather trim: $54Gold/olive snake skin cuff: $35Gold rock crystal colored ring: $40Chunky wooden long necklace: $45Brown copper turquoise necklace: $55Black and gold earrings: $35 bragBOOK Magazine.com 3 1

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Kayla is wearing Anabelle's Galleria;Freeway Embellished dress: $68.95Mariana black and gold bracelet: $182

Kayla is wearing Anabelle's Galleria;Ina black and pink lace dress: $54.95Pink and gold bracelet: $16.95Black and gold bracelet: $16.95

Courtney is wearing Blush;Hommage pink and black feathered bottom dress: $49.95Gold long necklace with crystal rhinestones: $56.95Matching crystal rhinestone earrings: $20.95

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Courtney is wearing Blush;Black and gold necklace: $19.95Mystic green and black lace strapless dress: $49.95

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Courtney is wearing Anabelle's Galleria;Fond V black dress with beaded neck: $48.95Gold and black bracelet: $22.95Black and gold earrings: $13.95Johnny Swain clutch: $165

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HairJenny Hausam

MakeupSharon TabbOklahoma City & [email protected]

LocationGaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, home of the Oklahoma Heritage Association400 Classen DriveOklahoma City405.235.4458

FurnitureMood Party Rentals1012 NW 69TH StreetOklahoma City405.840.2081

Flowers Tony Foss7610 N. MayOklahoma City405.843.4119800.881.4119tonyfossflowers.com

Kayla is wearing Closet Moxie;Addison Colbalt sleeve dress: $253Silver Rocker bracelet: $50

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Most women know what it is like to face a closet full of clothes and absolutely nothing to wear. Such a

wardrobe nightmare comes true when women collect clutter, hang on to clothes that do not fit or flatter, keep old or outdated items, or buy items that look great by themselves but just do not seem to go with anything they own. Some women simply get stuck in style ruts because they are uncomfortable to step outside of their comfort zone and try something new.

One savvy fashion expert wants to be every woman’s secret weapon for style. She can transform any closet full of fashion fiascos into a dreamy wardrobe packed with a plethora of fashionable options tailored perfectly to maximize the individual fashion flair, body type, and lifestyle of each woman she rescues. Her name is Angela Crawford and her love and knowledge of all things fashion led her to open the boutique Closet Moxie in 2011. Crawford says it took a lot of moxie to get back into the fashion industry in the midst of raising five children, but a little bit of fate brought her back to her passion. “It is a struggle to manage a family and a business, but I love it!” Crawford says.

Crawford soon realized that she could help women of all ages find their moxie with an inspired new wardrobe makeover service called “Closet Innovation: The Moxie Way.” Crawford says it is fashion education 101. “It equips women with the tools and knowledge that they need to dress, look, and feel their best.” Closet Innovation is not a cookie cutter plan, but rather a service that provides a unique experience of discovery for each woman that reveals her most flattering individual style.

The plan is a five-step process that Crawford personally perfects and tailors for each client. The experience begins with a free consultation. Then, Crawford executes a closet cleanout to get rid of worn out, never worn, and outdated items. During this step, Crawford reviews everything from clothing to accessories and shoes. “I believe an outfit is a total package,” she says. “It doesn’t make sense to have a great outfit and then ruin it with the wrong accessories or shoes.” Clients model the items so that Crawford can examine their fit and look. She pulls items that she can put some moxie into and separates any items that can be salvaged

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with some mending or an alteration or two. Clients can feel good about a revitalized, de-cluttered, organized closet as well as the knowledge that Closet Moxie donates their clients’ discarded items to the yWCA and the Junior League’s Dress for Success Program. Clients always have the option to donate their items to any charity they wish.

Next, with the remaining items in the closet, Crawford creates brand new outfits by mixing and matching different pieces together that clients would never have thought of wearing. Crawford’s goal is to see how many new outfits she can create with a client’s existing wardrobe. “On average, I can usually put at least 20 new outfits together out of the client’s existing wardrobe,” she says. “Now that’s a bang for your buck!” Crawford says that once she even put 80 new outfits together for a client. “One of the biggest benefits of Closet Innovation is getting a new wardrobe without buying a whole new wardrobe.”

Crawford says that not mixing and matching the items in your wardrobe is one of the biggest fashion mistakes you can make. That is probably why she believes every woman should own layering pieces, jewelry, and accessories to extend and maximize a wardrobe’s potential. “That is the whole purpose of Closet Innovation,” Crawford says. “It is making the most of what you have and adding pieces to compliment and complete what you already have.”

Clients discover those complimentary pieces with the undivided attention of Closet Moxie consultants during a personal shopping trip at Closet Moxie. This is the step that completes the wardrobe makeover. Closet Innovation clients receive a credit from the price of the service to spend at the Closet Moxie boutique. The boutique truly has fashions

for every female. Crawford selects pieces for her store

that add moxie to any woman’s closet, no matter her age or style. She looks at how every individual piece can be worn differently to compliment women in their 20s as well as women in their 40s and beyond. “I think looking good and wearing the right clothes for you makes you feel better and boosts your confidence,” Crawford says.

The biggest benefit of shopping at Closet Moxie is that through the closet cleanout process, Crawford becomes familiar with each client’s wardrobe, body type, and fashion style. She can easily fill the holes in their wardrobes with the perfect pieces that they need. Knowing a fashion expert you trust, such as Crawford, makes shopping simple and fun but she says that she does not require her clients to purchase anything from her store. “Although I would love for all women to shop at Closet Moxie, that is not the goal of the Closet Innovation service,” Crawford says. “The goal is to assess what you have, get rid of what you don’t need, figure out what clothes are right for your body type and lifestyle, and then make the most out of your wardrobe!”

Once a client’s wardrobe is fashion focused and dripping with their own

unique moxie, the task of putting all of the outfits together rests with her. That is why clients may select an optional personal wardrobe guide filled with pictures of the outfits created during the Closet Innovation process. The guide makes getting dressed and staying on track with their newfound fashion sense simple and enjoyable.

That does not mean clients say goodbye to Crawford for good. The final step of the Closet Innovation service is to review and revamp each client’s closet, preferably twice a year, so that clients maintain their moxie. undoubtedly, her clients build a relationship with Crawford and trust her fashion expertise. She says that they contact her even after the service is complete to consult with her about putting new outfits together. Luckily, Crawford maintains photos of her client’s closet collections so that she may refer back to each client’s personal style and clothing needs. Crawford believes that it is important to provide a service with which women can rely on a style expert to help them look their best. “Closet Innovation gives you a new grip on your life. you look better. you feel better,” Crawford says. “I think every woman should have her own unique style.”

CLOSET MOxIE 12036 NORTH MAy AVE. OKLAHOMA CITy, OK 73120 (405) 286-3760 WWW.CLOSITMOxIE.COM

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Pretty skin is a year round endeavor. Just because the thermometer doesn’t rise above 90 degrees does not

mean you can let down on protection. Cold brings out the best and the worst in skin. Here are a few tips to maximize the best.

The problems we deal with are dehy-dration and sun exposure. Dehydration is due to a variety of factors. Environ-mentally the air is dryer, even outdoors. Indoors the situation is even worse because of turning on the heater. We also tend to not drink as much water in the winter, which can contribute to dry skin. Even folks with oily skin need to take care because if the top layer dries out, the dead dry flakes can clog pores and contribute to pimples and blackheads.

Sun exposure is still a major factor. UVA rays, which are the wrinkle and brown spot rays, are just as prominent in the winter as they are in the summer. You still must protect against that con-

stant chronic assault against your skin’s DNA.

The good thing about winter is that it can bring out the best in your skin. Of-ten the color becomes more even and the pores appear smaller. Play this up with foundation that has slightly more pigment giving you a flawless skin tex-ture.

The number one thing you can do to take care of winter skin is to rehydrate it. Drink lots of water. Choose water over tea, coffee or soda because the caffeine can add to the dehydration. Set up a cool mist humidifier in your bed-room so your skin gets bathed in more humid air all night long. Of course, use moisturizers. Many times in the winter, you can use a heavier cream than you would be able to use in the summer. You can use your regular night cream with just a touch of Vaseline if you aren’t prone to acne. Keep using your retinol and definitely use your daily scrub, just make sure you moisturize well morning and night.

CoolFreshFaCes

Finally, don’t forget daily sunscreen, especially with a good UVA screener such as avobenzone or zinc dioxide. Body care involves rehydrating, too. Af-ter bathing or showering, keep your skin wet and apply a light oil, like sesame, to the skin, then towel off. Neutrogena makes a bath oil that is par ticularly nice with sesame oil in it. I would not rec-ommend putting this in the bath water, though, because of the mess it makes in the tub. Just get out and leave your skin wet and rub on to prevent a mess.

Feet need a little extra care. There are feet preparations that have salicyl-ic or glycolic acids that help to soften that dead callus. Put these products, or even just plain Vaseline, on under socks at night. You will wake up with much softer feet.

If all else fails, there are some won-derful products and procedures for re-moisturizing skin. Your skincare doctor can help you with that or email me with questions at [email protected].

By Dr. Lor i Hansen

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David Anderson was only 6 years old when he asked his father, John, about feeding a family in need over the holidays. Little did John know

that his son’s innocent question would turn into a fast-growing phenomenon that would not only feed hundreds of needy families physically, but spiritually.

At first, John thought David, or Davo to family and friends, was asking about a family the Andersons had helped the previous year. But Davo had something else

By KANDACE TAyLOR

The Anderson Family of Ada created a holiday tradition. From left, David, John, Grace, Kiah and Matthew.

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in mind, asking, “When are we going to help a bunch of families?” After much persistence, it became apparent Davo was on to something.

John thought about what his young son said for several days. When Davo came home from his grandparent’s house with $30 in his pocket, he still had the mindset of wanting to help others. Davo wanted that money to go toward a family, any family in need.

After much prayer, John realized how he could act on Davo’s giving spirit to help feed families over the holidays. With that goal in mind, Davo’s Diner was created in 2009.

The Andersons had called the First united Methodist Church (FuMC) of Ada their church home for many years. John started out this new venture by talking to the FuMC pastor and visiting with several other local churches. Family and friends were eager to help. After this, word spread quickly and a coalition of eager volunteers was formed.

Preparations for the first event started shortly after Thanksgiving that year. Despite a Christmas Eve blizzard that coated Ada in

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snow and ice, Davo’s Diner was able to feed around 500 people.

John recalls one family who walked two miles in the snow in order to enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner. Another man showed up who had no place to sleep, so the volunteers banded together to provide him a hotel room.

During their second year, Davo’s Diner served 900 meals. In 2011, they were able

to serve 1,000 meals. John says this year they hope to serve 1,200.

“Whether we have one person or 1,200, the ones that need to be there will be lead there,” John says.

According to John, one of the things that keep families coming back to Davo’s Diner is the fellowship. Anyone is welcome to enjoy the free meal, but the Andersons hope to also feed the body and soul of those who are

alone or just want someone to talk to. “The idea is to feed the hungry,” John says.

“But, there are many people out there that have no family or their family is not around on Christmas. Davo’s Diner is as much for them as the ones who need the food.”

In addition to the hearty meal and conversation, Davo’s Diner offers two bags of groceries to the first 400 families in attendance. For the children who finish their meal before their parents, there is a play and craft area under supervision of volunteer teachers. The Prepare for Tomorrow Foundation provides coats for those who need one. There are also photographers on hand to snap family portraits that are then framed and delivered to the families.

“Pastors are there for anyone who has prayer needs or wants to pray with someone,” John says. “As prayer requests come in, there is a group of prayer warriors that pray right then for that person’s concerns or hurts.”

The annual event wouldn’t be possible without the help of the many volunteers who start helping the weekend of Thanksgiving through Christmas and beyond. This year, John says there will be around 200 volunteers who will work in two shifts.

“We are very blessed with the amount of volunteers that want to work,” John says. “It is amazing how many will make this a ‘must do’ each Christmas.”

In addition, merchants are eager to donate food, paper products and more. The church community and individuals also help out with cash donations and prayers.

“It’s hard work but a lot of fun to prepare,” John says. “We have a race each year to see how quickly we can pack the groceries. Last year, the record was 59 minutes thanks to some tremendous help from the county jail inmates!”

Davo’s Diner has flourished from a traditional Christmas dinner for some to a place of refuge and renewal during the holidays for many. As the popularity of the event has grown over the years, so has Davo.

John and his wife, Kiah, say nowadays Davo is a “regular kid” who wrestles with his younger brother, Matthew, and loves to tease his older sister, Grace. He also enjoys baseball, riding bikes and hanging out with friends.

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Matthew is wearing from uptown Kids; Sierra Julian Duvio Beige Tee Shirt: $67Little Marc Jacobs sweater : $146Scotch Shrunk Chino Pant with Leather Belt: $103

Grace is wearing uptown Kids; Anthem of the Ants Cooper Slim Corduroy pants: $71Anthem of the Ants Concert Shell Feather Print top: $71

Kiah is wearing Anabelle's Galleria;young Threads red sweater : $66.95Carrie Allen gold tank: $16.95Cult Teal skinny corduroy pants: $98

David is wearing uptown Kids; Sierra Julian Dabo Beige tee shirt: $67Scotch Shrunk relaxed slim classic chinic pants: $88Scotch Shrunk blue check dress shirt: $89

John is wearing Threads; (New store in Norman owned by Amanda @ Blush!)Baldwin the reed fit jeans: $179Penguin black sweater : $79Penguin Daddy-O classic fit red polo: $55

“He is blessed with empathy,” John says of his son. “David is always on the lookout to see how he can help friends or even strangers. He is a peacemaker and very seldom puts himself first, always asking questions and wanting to lend a hand or help anyone who comes near him.”

The Andersons would love to see Davo’s Diner continue to grow. Eventually, John would like to help people in different capacities such as education, jobs and housing.

“I love helping and serving others,” he says. “I really hope to encourage other people to identify their unique gifts and use them to love each other.”

It is that kind of love that the Andersons acted on to create Davo’s Diner. And it is that giving spirit that makes it so evident that Davo’s Diner is much more than a warm meal.

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Visit Amy at Heenan’s Home Furnishings. The store offers complimentary design advice and has been providing superior

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Bing Crosby has had us dreaming of a white Christmas for as long as you and I can probably remember. Also, for as long

as I can remember, winter snow’s white hue has been one of the traditional colors of the season, along with red, green, silver, and gold. Well, forget the Christmas color wheel this year. It’s going to be a “Blue Christmas.” Amy Williamson, owner and treasured designer at Heenan’s Home Furnishings in Oklahoma City, says that blue is everywhere, right now. It is the hottest color of the season. “It looks fantastic with bright pops of yellow and orange or you can mellow it out with creamy neutrals.”

Imagine these colors enhanced with ambient lighting, hints of shimmer, warm, rich textures, and the smell of evergreen. That is Amy’s vision of a beautifully decorated home for the holidays. “I love a home that looks, feels, and smells like the holiday season,” Amy says. It is enough to put anyone in the spirit of the season. It isn’t always easy, however, making our beautiful visions come to life. Luckily, we can happily take a few cues from Amy’s years of exceptional experience and style. She graduated from the university of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture with a bachelor’s degree in interior design and has since worked as a designer for over a decade. Amy knows all of the hottest trends and styles in interior design.

First, updating your home décor with this season’s blue hue does not require you to redecorate your entire home. Amy says that accessories are always a great way to update any space. “Fresh pillows, pottery, and art will refresh any room instantly,” she says. “They allow you to introduce new colors and patterns to your space without replacing everything.” One of the trendiest pieces you can find to splash some life into an outdated room is vibrant art on stretched canvas. “They are generally inexpensive and make a huge statement.”

Art can add serious style to a room whether it is making a statement on your walls or even on your floors. Cubes, in a variety of leathers and fabrics, are small works of art that Amy recommends you invest in if you are purchasing just one new item this season. Cubes also offer extra seating and they can be used in every room. “Very practical and posh!”

A work of art or home accessory selected with care and purpose can alter the style, mood, and feel of a room, giving you the atmosphere you desire. Select textures, colors, and designs that reflect how you want yourself, your family, and your guests to feel when they are inside your home, whether that feeling is cozy, enchanted, comfortable, or of the moment. Amy says that creating the right ambiance is as simple as creating a room that truly reflects your personal style.

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Maleigh is wearing Closet Moxie;Amour Vert Pamela basic tee: $58Mustardseed Leatherette skirt: $45CTarantola Pointelle pullover: $136

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Margo is wearing Funky Monkey;Wild Fox Lennon sweater fox seafoam: $208

Rich & Skinny Mullen Legacy jean: $122Report Footwear woods dark brown boot: $158

Maddyson is wearing from Loabi:Wish tank: $54

Collection Costa Blanca sweater: $55Miss Me skinny: $99

Margo is wearing Funky Monkey;Juicy Couture bracelets: $98

Brightly Twisted modal scarf: $78

Druzy Pendant necklace: $18

Rich & Skinny: $178BBDakota Hugo

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Tori is wearing Blush;Nine maxi skirt: $36.95PIXD jean top: $46.95Joia scarf: $14.95

Margo is wearing Blush;Innovations DCLS dress: $36.95JustUSA jean vest: $44.95Rach boots: $54.95

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Maleigh is wearing Funky Monkey;Parker Zig Zag blouse: $196

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Maddyson is wearing Funky Monkey;Black laser shorts: $48

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Vintage havana orange leather trim plaid: $68BCBG Haley boots black stud: $186

Margo is wearing Loabi;Elan USA sweater: $62Nomadic Traders tank: $31.50Miss Me skinny jean: $99

Maleigh is wearing Blush;Mine jacket: $34.95

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Tori is wearing Funky Monkey;BBDakota Maya Oatmeal sweater: $84

Parker Leather skirt cream: $286Fashion acrylic triangle necklace: $18

Street Ahead laser cut cuff: $48Report Footwear woods dark brown boot: $158

Maddyson is wearing Funky Monkey;Black laser shorts: $48Bracelet: $148BBDakota Kayla Burgandy shirt: $88Vintage Havana orange leather trim plaid: $68BCBG Haley boots black stud: $186

Makeup & HairLaurel [email protected]

LocationJim & Donna Sander's RanchAda, OK

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Scotch Shrunk Chinco Pant with leather belt: $103

Auburn is wearing uptown Kids;Scotch Shrunk animal theme ragian tee: $53Scotch Shrunk basic blazer : $149Anthem of the Ants cooper slim green cord: $71

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Vintage Havanna Ivory Sweater Star : $54

Joes Jeans Brown leopard jegging: $66

Zane is wearing Funky Monkey; LA Miniatura rugby stripe sweater : $58Joes Jeans 2okt shirt

indigo: $48, LA miniatura crayon denum burnt pumpkin: $52

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Sam is wearing Tulip Tree;Mayoral Kaki pants: $26.95

Mayoral zip up sweater : $34.95

Mia is wearing Marissa's Room;Le Top 3-D Flower sweater dress: $50Le Top Snow Day

Navy Dot tights: $14Le Top 3-D Flower Dot

sweater hat: $22.50

Auburn is wearing uptown Kids;Scotch Shrunk tunic dress: $126

Scotch Shrunk thin leather belt: $42Scotch Shrunk knitted legging red mix: $41

Scotch Shrunk Chunky knitted hooded poncho: $130

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Sam is wearing Funky Monkey;LA Miniatura plaid black shirt: $70IKKS Gilet small waistcoat black: $66Scotch Shrunk Chino Pant with leather belt: $103

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Jagur is wearing Tulip Tree;Mayoral Denim: $29.95

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LocationSorghum Mill Christmas Tree & Blackberry FarmEdmond, OKJohn Knight7121 Midwest Lane, Edmond405.340.5488

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Kim is wearing Closet Moxie;Karina Grimaldi Gianna mini brown striped dress: $228

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2 lbs ground beef1 medium onion

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Dice onion and garlic, set aside. Sear ground beef over medium-high heat in a dutch oven. Once meat is cooked mostly through,

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Warm Winter Ciabatta Bread2 cups warm water1/4 teaspoon dried yeast2 teaspoon salt4 cups bread flourolive oilrosemary

Sweet Sugar Cookies2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour1 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon baking powder1 cup butter, softened1 1/2 cups white sugar1 egg1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C). In a small bowl, stir together flour, baking soda, baking powder and set aside. In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugar until smooth, then beat in egg and vanilla. Gradually blend in the dry ingredients. Roll dough to a quarter-inch thick and use your favorite cookie cutter shapes to cut out cookies and place onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 8 to 10 minutes in the preheated oven, or until golden. Let stand on cookie sheet two minutes before removing to cool on wire racks.

Measure warm water into a large bowl and add dried yeast, stir briefly. Let sit for 5-10 minutes for yeast to become active. Add half of the salt and mix lightly. Stir in flour and mix into a stiff, sticky batter. Cover the bowl loosely with cling wrap and leave it in a warm place for about 12 hours. After 12 hours, preheat oven to 400°F (200°C). Move the shelf to the top half of the oven. Liberally sprinkle a baking sheet with flour, rosemary and salt. Remove cling wrap. Using a drywooden spatula coated in flour, scrape and pour dough onto the floured baking sheet shaping it roughly into an oval shape with the spatula. Sprinkle olive oil over dough along with pinches of salt and rosemary to taste. Put the baking tray in the pre-heated oven and bake for 30 minutes, or until cooked and golden brown. Cool for 5 minutes on the baking tray before moving to cool completely on a cooling rack.

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EEmory Anne Interiors15020 Bristol Park Place Edmond, OK 73013(405) 753-446610% off one item per visit with Brag Card Extreme Animals Inc.

www.extremeanimals.org405-413-3174$10 off with Brag Card

FFashion Boutique104 S. BroadwayEdmond, OK 7303www.fashionboutiqueedmond.com405-330-335720% off one regular priced item with Brag Card

Funky Monkey14101 N. May Ave., Suite 113Oklahoma City, OK 73134www.shopfunkymonkeyclothes.com405-748-706620% off one regular priced item with Brag Card

HHeenan’s Home Furnishings 3841 N.W. 63rd

Oklahoma City, OK 73116www.heenanshomefurnishings.com405-949-2461

IImpact Dance Studio1512 South State Street Edmond, OK 73013www.impactstudio.org405-202-5682

Integris3300 NW ExpresswayOklahoma City, OK 73112888-951-2277

New Edmond location at:4801 INTEGRIS ParkwayEdmond, OK 73034integrisOK.com/womenshealth405-657-3000

JJump Zone10400 S. Western Suite 15Palagio Shopping CenterOklahoma City, OK 73139www.jumpzoneparty.com405-200-1691$2 off admission during open play hours with Brag Card *one child per family

KDr. Kevin McMullen M.D.11011 Hefner Pointe, Suite A Oklahoma City, OK, 73120www.kevinmcmullenmd.comVein Clinic – 405-749-8346(VEIN)Skin Care – 405-749-2273 (CARE) Hair Restoration – 405-751-484710% off Botox, 20% off Radiesse/Juvederm, 30 % off Laser Hair Reduction/Laser Tattoo Removal with Brag Card

Kindermusik-OCu Performing Arts Academy2501 N. BlackwelderOklahoma City, OK 73106www.okcu.edu/music/academy405-208-5410Waived registration for new member $20 for individual $30 for family with Brag Card

LLoabi454 W. Mainyukon, OKwww.loabiboutique.com405-494-744715% off one regular priced item *excludes furniture

Lindsey Brooks Photographywww.lindseybrooksphotography.com405-408-862510% off your print order with Brag Card

Lori Hansen, MD13313 N. Meridian Suite A-3Oklahoma City, OK 73120www.LoriHansenMD.com405-753.9600$1500 for DOT co2 laser (regularly $3000) \with Brag Card

MMarissa’s Room3224 S. Broadway Suite 124Edmond, OK 73013www.marissasroom.com405-285-777710% off entire purchase with Brag Card

Mercy Hospital4300 West Memorial RoadOklahoma City, OK 73120www.mercyok.net405-755-1515

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Midwest Regional Medical Center2825 Parklawn DrMidwest City, OK 73110www.midwestregional.com405-610-1196

NNaifeh Fine Jewelry9203 N. Pennsylvania Ave.Oklahoma City, OK 73120www.naifehfinejewelry.com405-607-4323

OOccasions PaperCarriage Plaza2001 W. Main St., Suite 119Norman, OK 73069www.occasionspaper.com405-217-846720% off of baby memory albums and free printing on note cards with Brag Card

Oklahoma Center for Implants & Periodontics9112 North May AvenueOklahoma City, OK 73120www.okperioimplant.com405-947-0486

Oklahoma Foot and Ankle Associates (2 Locations)600 W. 15th StreetEdmond, OK 73013405-340-9251

520 S. Mustangyukon, OK 73099405-936-5905www.okfootandankle.com

Ou Medical Center- Children’s Hospital1200 Everett Dr.Oklahoma City, OK 73104www.oumedicine.com405-271-7900

Ou Medical Center of EdmondOne South Bryant AvenueEdmond, OK 73034405-341-6100

PPaint your Art Out100 N. Broadway, Suite 160Edmond, OK [email protected]$5 off adult painting session with Brag Card

Peanut Butter and Jell Daycare11223 NW 10th

yukon, OK 73099405-354-4604 $20 off enrollment fee with Brag Card

Pink Sugar Shoe BoutiqueNow located in North Park Mall!12224 N. May AvenueOklahoma City, OK 73120www.pinksugarshoeboutique.com405-359-004410% off one regular priced item with Brag Card

Pink Swirls1232 West Main StreetOklahoma City, OK 73106www.pink-swirls.com405-471-788810% off event packages held at any pink swirl location with Brag Card, Spend over $1500 for off-site catering and receive free unlimited yogurt with Brag Card

Primrose Schools1520 SW 119th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73170www.PrimroseSWOklahomaCity.com405-793-6000

6101 NW 139th StreetOklahoma City, OK 73142www.PrimroseNWOklahomaCity.com405-721-2200

RRachel Cleere Photography100 East Main StreetOklahoma City, OK 73104www.rachelcleerephotography.com405-584-149115% off of any print collection with Brag Card

SSeyoung Kim, DC5583 NW ExpresswayOklahoma City, OK 73132www.kimchiropractic.com405-773-3131Free examination and evaluation with Brag Card

Skinny WrapsMelissa Henrywww.skinnywrapokc.com405-501-0430

Sterling's Home Décor and Gifts105 S. BroadwayEdmond, OK 73034www.sterlingshomedecorandgifts.com405-844-746520% off one regular priced item with Brag Card20% off of one regular priced item *excludes Sid Dickens

Stefanie Shaw PhotographyFacebook.com/stefanieshawphotography405-205-1830stefanieshawphotography@gmail.comTwo free digital images with your Brag Card

Studio Art PhotographyRose Coleman13316 South Western AvenueOklahoma City, OK 73170www.studioartphotography.com405-735-3765Free 8x10 with Brag Card

TThe Tulip Tree360 24th Ave. NW, #100Norman, OK 73069405-329-1060

9999 S. MingoTulsa, OK 74133918-250-1060www.tuliptree.biz15% off one regular priced item with Brag Card

uuptown Kids5840 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 3Oklahoma City, OK 73118www.uptownkidsstyle.com405-418-888115% off one regular priced clothing item*not valid with any other offers

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15% off one regular priced item with your Brag Card at both Loabi and Blessings and Bloom *excludes furniture

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