I’ve been hunting for the perfect bedtime cuddle pals for my little ones, I wanted to be able to warm them up and have them be cute, soft, and play friendly. I found the adorable line made by 4i1 Group and am so excited we get to introduce them to you today! Watch the video below and the twins will tell you all about these darling Warm Pals and why they love them! Thank you to 4i1 Group for giving us the opportunity to share about these darling little cuddle pals! We are BIG fans! <3 Check them out by clicking here: Warm Pals
Thank you SO much to Lollipop Baby Camera for giving me the opportunity to review and feature their fantastic monitor system!
Check out my video tutorial and review below and then keep reading for all the Lollipop Baby Camera stats and why I love it!
I received product in exchange for this post, but my husband AND I have used DERMA-E for yearrsssss and I jumped at the chance to share about their amazing and ethical products and company!
So I’ve struggled and prayed for days over whether to share this, honestly it can be a little terrifying to share things that I know might cause people to have powerful reactions, but I feel my heart being led to share, so here goes. I read a post in a mom group the other day, and it broke my heart into shards. The thread started by a mama pouring her heart out that she didn’t know how difficult it was going to be having kids, and that basically, she’s utterly miserable.
My heart BROKE. Broke for her, broke for her kids, a miserable mama does not make for a happy home for growing little ones. This mama was not prepared for the reality of motherhood. And her and her children are paying the price.
Before I start in, this post isn’t to shame anyone who isn’t a SAHM. It’s to share my personal and turbulent journey in becoming a SAHM in the hopes that it can be relatable and helpful to others who walk a similar path.
I recently was given the opportunity to review the TushBaby carrier and am honestly so excited to share about it with you today! I fully admit I was skeptical, like, how useful could this thing be, right? Turns out, it’s freakin amazing. I am personally shocked how much I use it! The TushBaby carrier is a compact, stylish and easy to use carrier that saves your back and hips from strain, is comfy for you and baby and can carry a shocking amount of STUFF! Because, we all know, as parents you don’t leave the house without stuff! Keep scrolling to check out pictures of it in action and to see my video review and tutorial! Click here or any picture to shop and learn more about the TushBaby carrier! Use code happy20 for 20% off your own TushBaby! Continue reading TushBaby Carrier Review and Tutorial
Sponsored post, but as always, I only share things I love and give my honest opinions every time!
I have recently realized two things:
- It seems that I will be nursing indefinitely.
- My wardrobe…had become pitiful, one might even say pathetic. I have been desperately needing to revamp my closet and am THRILLED to be partnering with PinkBlush as I do so! (but like literally, anybody else still have t-shirts and leggings from high school?! Just me?! Please say it’s not just me! Haha!)
As I’ve been breastfeeding for nearly four years, I have definitely had the time to find what I do and don’t like, and the things I do really need to support myself as I nourish my children. A good bra is a non-negotiable! All three of my children have been solely breastfed and I have pumped and donated (and still do!) so it is important to me that my bra can both be used as a pumping bra and easy to use to breastfeed (ain’t no mama got time to be changing bras through the day!). Today I am featuring the Ollie Gray Everywhere Bra in The Bitsy pattern. Shop Ollie Gray Anywhere Bra and use code Olliegraybras10 for 10% off (valid until end of October)!! Read on for closeups and info!
This weekend I succumbed to my first cold of the season. I hate being sick, we rarely are but when we are I want it gone as fast as possible! I’ve been diligently using these tips and I can tell it is on it’s way out the door for me, and my hubby and kiddos seem to have avoided it completely. Thank God. As always, I am not a medical professional just sharing what helps me as one mama to the other so always check with your doctor first.