See Adorable Photo 'Good Bones' Star Mina Starsiak Hawk Posted of Daughter Charlie
HGTV star and mother-of-two Mina Stariak Hawk continues to steal her social media followers’ hearts by posting snapshots of her baby daughter Charlotte, known as Charlie.
36-year-old writer, realtor, and reality TV star Mina Starsiak Hawk once again delighted her fans with a beautiful snapshot of her adorable little girl to promote a partnership with the lounger brand Snuggle Me.
On January 26, 2021, Mina took to her Instagram feed to post a picture of her 4-month-old daughter Charlotte Drew Hawk wearing one of the brand’s loungers to offer a giveaway and discount for a hundred and three lucky winners.
ANNOUNCING A GIVEAWAY
Charlotte had a lovely and happy facial gesture as she gave the camera a look while laying on a Snuggle Me lounger in pale pink displayed over a carpet in Mina’s home. Mina wrote this about the loungers in the post’s caption:
“They’re super soft, have colors that actually look good in my house and Charlie obviously digs chilling in it.”
After explaining to her many fans and followers how to be eligible for the prizes, Mina informed them that the winners of both the giveaway and discounts would be selected randomly within 48 hours.
The post was well-received among Instagram users, and it received nearly 40,000 likes in the first 24 hours of its publication. Nevertheless, the entire comments section is filled with people tagging friends to opt for the sale.
HER UPCOMING BOOK
Apart from her partnership with Snuggle Me, Mina has been busy promoting her first picture book for children, titled “Built Together,” to be released on February 2 by Zonderkidz.
As Mina shared in a recent interview with People, the upcoming book celebrates non-traditional families. It is inspired by her own family, which taught her that there is no one correct and fixed way of being a family.
"My family is very non-traditional, with this whole idea of whatever works for you is what's right for you," Mina told the magazine in an interview for the current week’s issue of it.
The book follows Mina’s own story of creating Two Chicks and a Hammer, the home renovation business that made her a success, which she developed with her mother Karen E. Laine and on which she collaborated with her stepfamily.
Barbara Bongini illustrated the book. It uses construction as a metaphor for building a family, which is not limited to what is considered a traditional family with a married, straight couple and children.
As Mina said, it is important that other kinds of families –divorced couples, same-sex couples, and family arrangements that might include friends and pets- are represented on content created for children.