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Baby Jogger: City Mini Stroller

There was something about this stroller that drew me in. I wasn’t sure if it was the attractiveness, the numerous amounts of accessories you can attach or the fact that Baby Jogger is such an outstanding and reputable name in the industry. It wasn’t until the moment I opened the box that I knew it wasn’t just one of those reasons but ALL of them… and more! This stroller seriously rocks my world. Everything from putting the stroller together to folding it for storing has been so easy.

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Diaper Dude – Diaper Bags Aren’t Just For Women.

“OH..MY..GOSH” were the first words out of my mouth, followed by “I NEED ONE!” That was my reaction to the Yellow Submarine diaper bag collection by Diaper Dude. My husband and I are HUGE Beatles fans. Even my five year old loves their music. I mean how could he not with songs about octopuses, using funny words like “obladi oblada” and even hearing “Here Comes the Sun” on one of his favorite movies, A Bee Movie.

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Recaro ProRIDE Convertible Car Seat Review

If you drive, or plan on getting in a car with your baby, a car seat will probably be one of your most important purchases. There’s a lot to think about when picking out a car seat. Lots of research, trial and error, and of course you need to consider your budget. There’s a lot that goes in to picking the car seat that you feel is best for you, your car, and most importantly, your child’s safety! I’m going to tell you about a car seat I love, and think you will love too.


Super Cool Mudpuppy Flashcards

My girls love science.

From everything to paleontology to astronomy, they can’t get enough! My oldest takes every opportunity to tell everyone she meets that solid, liquid and gas are states of matter – duh – and the Euoplocephalus (dinosaur) had a club-like tail. While it borders on snobby sometimes, I figure maybe its that classy, “I’ll-be-a-scholar-someday” snobbiness that can’t be too bad. Right? (Oh geez, I’m just lying to myself, aren’t I?)