Kids/Baby, Reviews/Giveaways

Guide Craft Flower Match Garden Patch Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

  I was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Guide Craft.  They have been making children’s furniture for 45 years.  Their products have also been used in classrooms for years and years.  They build great products that are safe, reliable and last for years.  Guide Craft not only has furniture but they also have great toys that are mind stimulating…

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Kids/Baby, Reviews/Giveaways

Money Savvy Generation Money Savvy Pig Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

  “Money Savvy Generation develops innovative products to help parents, educators and others teach kids the skills of basic personal finance. We strive to empower kids to take control of their financial lives and, in turn, their futures.”   Don’t you just love it that our kids just think we have all kinds of money?  “Mom, can I have this?”…

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books, Kids/Baby, Reviews/Giveaways

See Hear Do Company Alphabet Flip Chart and CD Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

  I remember when our 9 year old daughter first began reading like it was yesterday.  It all starts with learning how to sound out letters which was confusing at times.  I couldn’t figure out how to sound out certain letters correctly so she would sound them out the wrong way herself.  This made reading some words a little more…

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Beauty and Wellness, Health and Wellness, Kids/Baby, Reviews/Giveaways

MD Moms Baby Silk Cleansing Towelettes Review

  Diane Truong and JJ Levenstein are both pediatricians and moms that got their inspiration from their patients and their own kids to come up with their Baby Silk personal care baby products.  How great is that?  We have pediatricians that know what our babies need and they are both Moms that know what Moms know!  Not only have they…

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Kids/Baby, Reviews/Giveaways, Sports and Outdoors

{Everything Summer} Strider PREbike Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

      When Ryan McFarland became frustrated with traditional bikes for his son, he bought him a bike and took everything off including the pedals.  It then became pretty much like a running bike.  He really wasn’t planning on starting a company – he just wanted a bike that his son could ride without the fear or being frustrated. …

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