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I am a cloth diapering enthusiast. And that’s a nice way of saying I’m a cloth diapering super addict in need of a 12 step program! I’ve tried pretty much every name brand of cloth diapers. I love each diaper for different reasons, but wanted to share with you the diaper that I think is the best of the best. In trying to narrow it down, I just couldn’t pick one. I had to pick two. They are both very different, but equally amazing. I tried to consider everything each diaper had to offer, from ease of use, appeal to dad or day care providers, cost, materials used, and so on and so on.
The oven makes quick work of browning these beef meatballs.
I’m not sure about you but when it comes to doing dishes, I’d much rather cook than clean. In other words, I’d much rather make the mess than have to clean it up. However, if I do have to clean it up, I like to have a good dish soap handy to make things a bit easier. I like dish soaps that have pumps, so I can use my wrist if my hand is not free. I don’t want to take the time to put a sponge down, pick up the dish soap, open the cap, squirt it on the sponge, put it back. I found Method Dish Soap at Target and have been hooked ever since. Not only does it smell good, it’s non toxic, biodegradable and pretty safe for the environment. See their website for details on what’s in it.
If you cloth diaper, you may have heard of this product. If not, then let me introduce you to your new favorite cleaning product! If you have kids, pets, carpets, tend to spill like me, own a car, or basically live and breath then you should have some Bac-Out. So what is it? It’s an environmentally friendly, non toxic enzyme cleaner. This stuff gets any organic stain out of anything. Seriously. I bought it to use on my cloth diapers to get rid of stains, and also to help keep odors down. After seeing how awesome this stuff worked on the diapers, I got curious. My kiddo loves blueberries. She would eat them all day long if I let her. As you know, blueberries create the mother of all stains! I rank it with red wine, and beets. I had tried all the typical stain fighting remedies before, with little success. There was always a faint stain left behind no matter what. Until I tried Bac-Out! The proof is in the pictures:
I recently came across this video (thanks to hubby!) and thought it brought up interesting questions regarding our current education system. As someone with a background in Early Childhood Education I am haunted by the discrepancy I see between how research shows children learn and how our education system chooses to educate. At no fault to the many dedicated educators out there, we must admit that there is something funky going on in the classrooms across this nation.
I’m a deal-seeking junkie. Seriously. My husband is always asking why I am constantly on “those deal sites” again. I am forever on the hunt for the best deal and the biggest bang for my buck. I stumbled upon Cheap Mama Chick during my pregnancy with my youngest son. I can not tell you how many times a day I visit her Facebook page. She is constantly on the hunt to help fellow mom’s find the best deals out there. Got a question? She is quick with her responses. If you are looking for great deals on your kids items, stop on by to Cheap Mama Chick. She is your online source for deals on DVD’s, food, clothes, accessories and more!
What do they want?! Your baby is crying, looking at you to help them and the routine starts.
Not sure about you but The Reef is a new favorite around here.
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“Mom, you have to check this out! This orange sounds really really funny!” If you don’t know what I’m talking about, google “annoying orange”. Don’t even get me started on the “barney” videos on youtube. Is it really barney when they show him laying in a pool of blood? The stuff people put on the internet.. right?
My Preschooler loves make-up, unfortunately. She will stare at me while I apply my chapstick & blush and say “Can I have some too?”. I’m always pretty hesitant about it because half the time, the chapstick will end up more in her mouth than on her lips. It was always something I took into consideration and most of the time, it was a deal breaker. I don’t want chapstick that has words I can’t pronounce as the ingredients… to end up in her mouth.