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My goals for 2014? Getting healthy, drinking more water, saving money, looking fabulous – they’re all in full swing with the help of our new secret weapon: Tervis tumblers!
Wait, what? Plastic cups? Yeah, I know. I don’t do much plastic. I was hesitant to try Tervis tumblers, but when it comes to water, I like a clear cup. My stainless steel bottles always leave me guessing about how clean they really are inside, plus Tervis makes a great looking cup that’s fun to carry (and I need all the help I can get staying hydrated.) Continue reading
I have clear childhood memories of browsing the holiday selection at my local Hallmark Store. As soon as they were unveiled for the season, I would go in and marvel at the ornaments, carefully choosing which ones I would put on my wishlist. Since I always wanted to be a baker, I usually chose the ones that featured holiday cookies or kitchen utensils. And the Barbies…oh, the Barbies. Continue reading
If I had to choose a favorite moment of the day, it would have to be that time of night when the dinner is done, the sun is down, and I get the kids changed into their PJs. For our little girl, that means a sleepsack almost every night. I started using HALO wearable blankets because they ensure safer sleep for baby, but I fell in love with them because they’re just so darned soft and snuggly. Continue reading
A babywearing story for you.
There once was a family with 2 tiny boys. They loved to wear their babies in carriers, but they lived in New England (Brrr!) and ran into a problem when they wanted to hike, ski or just walk outdoors. So they got creative and invented a warm, comfy way to bundle baby in a carrier and called it Kowalli! Continue reading