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iCandy Peach Stroller: Modern, Sleek, Stunning and Simplistic.

World, Meet Stunning Stroller. Stunning Stroller, Meet World

This stroller will blow you away. Modern sleek curves combine with stunning fabrics and simplistic styling. We consider this stroller a “must-have” for any mom! The convertible features are absolutely amazing. The bassinet not only offers a lie flat position but it is easily removed with one hand! Perfect for that sleeping baby. It’s not just a rumor either, we tried this out for ourselves! This stroller is very easy to put together and take apart. Perfect for the busy mom who does not have time to fiddle with a bunch of stroller parts while wrangling little ones as well.

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The New Facebook – “Like” or “Dislike”?

Oh man, I have been panicking about the “new look of Facebook.” Don’t judge me. I know you have been too! I use Facebook for work and play, so when I logged in to see it all ruined,  I was understandably upset. Who wants to keep re-learning how to use a website? If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, right?! Well, before we all get our panties in a wad and head over to some other social networking site or –gasp– abandon social networking entirely, let me tell you something…


Sometimes being pregnant isn’t all glowing and roses!

Being pregnant wasn’t exactly the easiest thing for me. I was so excited in the beginning, but it wasn’t long before all the excitement faded and I began to dread the 9 months I had ahead of me. I actually hate to say that, but it’s the truth! A very small percentage of pregnant women are affected by a much more severe form of morning sickness called Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG). If you are one of them, you might feel alone and like no one really understands how you feel! This is much more serious than your typical morning sickness, and there can be serious complications if it isn’t treated. Be sure to see your doctor if you feel that your morning sickness has gone beyond what you feel is normal. Though less than 2% of pregnant women experience this intense and severe disease, it shouldn’t be taken lightly.