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[Review Disclaimer] Today’s post is provided courtesy of the Wrapy Baby Carrier.
As a baby wearing family, we’ve run through many different types of baby carriers, all working differently for each of our kids, our adventures, and our budgets. I’m really not tied to one particular type or brand, though I will say that those with straps and buckles seem to help me feel safer when I’m also chasing the older two around. The Wrapy Baby Carrier is one of the carriers that we’ve given a try.
Today’s post is sponsored by all free clear, but my love for the brand is all my own! Okay, I probably also should disclose to you that laundry is Greg’s thing around here…but writing this post inspired me to run a few loads and lighten the load on my teammate. *wink*
It took me a few looks at Samsung Galaxy S5 cases to find one that worked for me. I wanted something that didn’t make my phone too bulky but provided protection. That’s when Speck happened to email me about their holiday offerings and I decided to give one of the new Speck cases a try.
A sweet company is going to be a very helpful part of the upcoming changes in our lives – Kidecals! When I was asked to take a look at these labels and told that…
Kidecals are personalized labels that are dishwasher, washing machine, and dryer safe! Plus they stick to any surface! You can use these stickers on clothing, backpacks, tupperware, devices…you name it. If you don’t need any name labels, there are still plenty of options to choose from for both kids and adults! We offer keyboard stickers canning/baking labels, chalkboard labels, and much more!
Disclaimer: I was asked to review services at a local business. All opinions are 100% my own. I received services in exchange for this post.
Sundays are a great day for some me time (usually). Today I had planned on traveling out to Ross Park Mall (off of McKnight Road in Pittsburgh) to review Styleout Bar and get some me time. Arianna has been sick, so since she was finally feeling better, we made it a family trip instead. When we got there and she asked to stay with, however, family time had to come to an end. Ladies, if you’ve never had a blowout, set yourself up for one and be open to the hour of pampering. Trust me, you’ll just feel better.
Disclaimer: I received this book from Bethany House in exchange for an honest review. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.
Growing up in my own fishbowl, I really felt like eyes were always on me. What I didn’t think about is that I wasn’t alone. Other PK’s (Preacher’s Kids) were most likely feeling the same things I was. Reading Lost and Found, I got to hear the story of Sarah Jakes, daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes. (If you don’t know, he is a high profile minister and author…one my dad often mentions.)
Disclaimer: This post contains a review and giveaway – I received the product(s) reviewed below in exchange for my review. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.
‘lil Mister Willis (Evan) has been giving us a time when it comes to going to bed. A few weeks ago, we implemented an 8 o’clock bedtime. It helped for a while, but it was really over a month ago and included nights when Mama wasn’t home until after “bedtime” to police it.
Odds are, you have not only read Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon but also have read it to your children. A new book by Brown is being published this month, Goodnight Songs, and it is sure to delight you just as much as your other Brown favorites.
Disclaimer: I received product in exchange for this review and giveaway. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.
Oh, Love, Sweet Love. When I got the chance to work with See’s Candies, I took it. Remove preservatives and get me fresh candy straight from San Francisco and I am all about it. Shh, one can still be healthy and enjoy good candy.
Disclosure: I received the book discussed below in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Mixed-Up Love, written by a Jewish rabbi, Michal Woll, and her husband, Jon Sweeney, a prolific Catholic writer, explores their experience as an interfaith couple. Between deciding if and how to get married, how to practice religion, and how to raise their family, there were a lot of decisions to make.