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Revisiting my Childhood Idol

If you’ve known me since I was a kid, you know I love Hilary Duff. If you met me as an adult, you probably still know I love Hilary Duff. My idolization of the childhood star began when I saw her in “Casper Meets Wendy,” which came out in 1998 when I was 2 years old. Then, my infatuation was solidified when she landed the starring role in the iconic Disney show “Lizzie McGuire.”

I remember it perfectly: My mom told me the girl from “Casper” was going to get her own Disney show, and I couldn’t be happier. The rest is basically history. I was obsessed. I swore I was her No. 1 fan. And to be honest, going through my Hilary Duff collection gave me the confidence that I may actually have been. And honestly, there’s a good chance I still am to this day. I am really lucky to have chosen such great female role models in my life (Hilary Duff, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood). Hilary is what started it all for me, though. I honestly believe she helped shape me into who I am today, and I could not be more thankful that I latched onto such a positive role model.

In this video, I revisit my collection of “stuff” from Hilary Duff: clothing, bedding, accessories, and so much more. I have kept all my Hilary Duff memorabilia for no other reason than the fact that she meant so much to me as a kid. Now, I invite you all to take a trip down memory lane with me. Enjoy!

1 thought on “Revisiting my Childhood Idol”

  1. Absolutely unbelievable! I knew that you liked Hilary Duff oh, but I had no idea of the degree of your obsession! Can you imagine the extent of your parents investment in all of that gear? The collage that your mom made is awesome! You are awesome!!

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