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Originally featured on Corporate.target.com

08/5/2016

The loving mother of three stopped by her local Target to stock up on cool supplies for her kids. Some school list highlights? Goodies from the new Bethany Mota line of notebooks and desk items, exclusive Puma backpacks, Cat & Jack clothing and so much more!

“My kids are all different with their style—anything sparkly or aqua colored for my daughter, and the boys are into outdoor-looking gear. Items like the glitter plastic pencil pouches and assorted notebooks, and all of the gear with camouflage designs, are right in line with my kids’ style,” Camila said.

“Packing a nutritious school lunch is really important to me, because I know that will affect their performance throughout the day,” Camila said. “Of course, I love to include Yummy Spoonfuls pouches in their lunches, from the new line of frozen organic baby and toddler food I helped create at Target. They are great for any age, my kids especially love the apple, banana and blueberry flavor.”

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