Boogie Wipes Review

From the Website: Boogie Wipes are made with saline to dissolve boogies (mucus) caused by the common cold, allergies or otherwise booger-filled kid moments.  Extra soft, alcohol, phthalate and paraben free, Boogie Wipes are available in Great Grape, Fresh Scent, Magic Menthol and Simply Unscented. Recommended by pediatricians as a gentle effective alternative to a dry tissue. My Take: If you are a mom, then you deal with boogies... no … [Read more...]

Mother’s Guilt… x 4

  Do you ever have one of those days that is filled with mom guilt?  Multiply that by 4, and you have my day today (and it's only 10 am).  x 1... Let's start at wake up. I come downstairs a little late this morning to find my two oldest getting their lunches together and ready to walk out the door. I find that my 13 year old son forgot to make his lunch and the bus will be here soon... mom mode sets in and I run downstairs for more … [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday… Monkey See Monkey Do

The babies noticed Daddy was looking under the fireplace for something and they needed to know what...  … [Read more...]

Pink Princess Review

If you have a little princess in your life, you need to know about Pink Princess!   Our company has been in the children’s clothing business for over three decades, spanning the entire spectrum of kids’ apparel, from casual play wear to black tie formal wear. In the early nineties, in response to very high customer demand for formal wear, we shifted our focus to the special occasions market. A decade later, we are now an industry … [Read more...]

Wilton 3-in-1 Cake Caddy/Cupcake Decorating Review

  I have always loved decorating cakes. I can't say I've always been good at it, but I loved it :O). Last year I finally decided it was time to learn the correct way to decorate, so I took a few Wilton classes at the local craft store. I was hooked...   I was more than thrilled when Wilton agreed to a review. They generously sent me the Ultimate 3-in-1 cake caddy, the 12 piece cupcake decorating set, and a set of blue pleated baking … [Read more...]

Little Looster Potty Stool Review

If you've potty trained, then you know... big people toilets and little bodies just weren't made for each other. Then along came the Little Looster!   Who is Little Looster? (from the website): Little Looster LLC is a Portland, OR based business. The Looster itself was conceived and designed by Monica Mylet, a mother of 3. She came up with the design and need after parenting 3 kids through the potty training process.Just about every aspect of … [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday… Somewhere Over the Rainbow…

We had a nice little rain shower the other day and I wanted to share my rainbow pictures with you! It's not often I actually capture one on film (digital) … [Read more...]

Word Girl: Tricks & Treats DVD

The Word Girl series from PBS Kids, Scholastic Media, and Paramount Home Entertainment is released just in time for Halloween!  From the press release: The superhero with the super vocabulary, WordGirl, and her sidekick Captain Huggy Face battle quirky ill-mannered, uniformed villains with her super power… knowledge!  WORDGIRL: TRICKS & TREATS introduces sixteen new vocabulary words and reinforces their meanings in a variety of fun and … [Read more...]

Tag*a*long Review

  Have you heard of a tag*a*long? It is a must have, especially if you have two toddler/pre-school age kids!  From the website: "this is how it all started- with an idea to make strolling with our walking little man a little easier. a prototype made with supplies found at our local hardware store and testing done in and around the city of brotherly love. we were so excited by what we found- we made more of them. these went to … [Read more...]

Zoodles Child Safe Internet Browser

Have your pre-schoolers and younger crowd been bugging you to use the computer? Mine have! My instinctual reaction was to say NO! Now we can say YES! Zoodles has games for ages 2 through 3rd grade! From the website:   Zoodles Kid's Browser Our goal is to give kids a safe place to play and learn online. We knew that we couldn’t just give kids a typical browser and send them off to explore. Most sites today are way too complicated for … [Read more...]