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What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag: 3 Must-haves for Mom!

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Hair and skin care samples were received to facilitate this review. I was not compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. When my second baby was born, I was about 99% unprepared. She was a full three weeks early, and I was working so much that I hadn’t even washed a onesie yet…. [read more]

3 Ways to Limit Clutter Using Unlimited Talk, Text and Data #MyDataMyWay

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This spring cleaning post about unlimited talk text and data has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #MyDataMyWay Few things feel better than those first sunny spring days, except maybe for the feeling you get after the accompanying spring cleaning is done. Cleaning out… [read more]

Pelvic Floor Weakness? Solve it with Apex (Giveaway)

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Many woman find that before having children they can run up and down the stairs, do yoga, bounce on a trampoline and more without any problem. But after childbirth? Well, some of those activities can result in embarrassing “oops” moments. Not that I know anything about them… (Ok. I lie. I know all about them.)… [read more]

Donate $5 to Support Playtime, Get an Exclusive Kiwi Crate (and Gymboree giveaway!)

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Disclosure: I received a promotional item to facilitate my review, but all opinions are my own. Hey, did you catch my post about Hop ‘N’ Roll, Gymboree’s new line of playwear for boys and girls? Well I have a little more news, and I think you’re going to like it. Do your kids love crafts?… [read more]

New playwear that keeps up with your kids: @Gymboree #HopNRoll

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Disclosure: A complimentary gift card was provided to facilitate this review. What I already knew about my children was only reinforced last weekend as we tried to go outside and take some photos of Gymboree’s new Hop ‘N’ Roll line of playwear for kids. I believe it goes something like, “A child in motion tends… [read more]