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A big giant thank you to all of our customers for helping us give back

A few months ago during the Summer I announced that we would be setting aside $1 from every sale to go towards a KIVA loan for a mom entrepreneur in a developing country.  

One of my goals in opening the boutique was to support moms in business by helping to promote and sell their amazing mom-invented products.  I also wanted to make sure that I was *giving back* at each step of the way while growing the business and a KIVA loan to a fellow mother and entrepreneur felt like the perfect match this year!

This month, after reviewing our sales for the year, we were able to provide KIVA loans to 2 mom entrepreneurs!  So, customers and friends, here are the women (and their businesses) that you helped us contribute to this year:

Along with 34 other lenders, Ana's loan request in Ecuador has been 100% funded!
This loan will be used for the purpose of: 
to purchase perfumes, lotions, jewelry and clothing for her retail business.

Along with 7 other lenders, Esther's loan request in Uganda has been 100% funded!
This loan will be used for the purpose of: To buy more raw materials for making sponges for her business.

So I want to thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for all of your business and support this past year.  I feel blessed to have met so many amazing moms & dads through the boutique...whether they were the inventors behind each product or the hundreds of moms that visit the site daily to shop mom-invented products.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!  I can't wait to see what is in store for 2012!

48 Hour Giveaway: Bink'd Temporary Tattoo Earrings for Kids!

Bink’d is our latest mom-invented product at the boutique and truly the first of its kind- temporary earrings that do not require magnets, stickers, or glue! Plus, they are more than just “ear fun” as they can be used on nails, baby dolls, race cars and more!

Bink’d Temporary Tattoo Earring Designs are unique because they are made in the USA with only kid safe, FDA-approved, vegetable-based inks with collections specifically created and designed to be worn as earrings. The designs are made to fit perfectly on the ear and bink’d has collections for boys and girls.

Use as traditional earrings, double, triple piercings or positioned up along the side of the ear. Bink’d has no small parts to choke on and as bink’d says, no holes=more fun because kids (and parents) don’t have to deal with the pain associated with piercing and the risk of infection and/or tearing!

Even the packaging is fun. Sold in unique, durable plastic, jar like containers they stack easily so you can collect them all. Each container comes with a strip of 12 designs or 6 pair and a large cotton ball for your first application. Get bink’d! Not forever. Just for now.

One of our readers will win a bINK’d purse all in one set (child scissors/applicator) with ANY 2 bink’d designs of their choice. Design options include all available styles on the website.

HOW TO ENTER:  To enter this 48-hour giveaway for a Bink'd All-in-One Purse set please leave a comment below and tell us which designs you would choose.  To see available designs please visit the Bink'd product page at the boutique here:  Bink'd Temporary Tattoo Earrings for Kids.

EXTRA ENTRIES:  If you would like additional entries, please leave a separate comment letting us know you did any (or all) of the following:

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Our Christmas Decor from DownEast Basics and a little DIY Decor

I just love love love decorating for Christmas, especially now that the girls are old enough to help.  In fact, this year I was one of those crazy people that started decorating before Thanksgiving!

I was so excited to have been given the opportunity to do a review about the new DownEast Basics home line for Christmas.  Their selection is small but they have a unique style and are much more affordable than some of the other sites like Pottery Barn, etc.  I noticed that since I received my items, they have already listed new products as it looks like their selection is updated regularly which is nice.

For the review I chose the Trifle Bowl and the 52" Berry Garland.  I really love their vintage style clocks and bird cages too, so it was a tough choice!  Here's what I was able to do with them for the centerpiece on our dining room table (I already had the red ornaments):

I love the Trifle Bowl because I was able to use it for the Tiramisu that we made for Thanksgiving, too!

For the rest of the house we tried to go the Do-It-Yourself approach and Natty and I made a few wreaths which turned out great! 

I had been seeing yarn wreaths on Pinterest for months and really loved them, so we made our indoor Christmas wreath out of yarn, a straw wreath, ribbon and some pine cone garland.

Then we felt adventurous and wanted to make a wreath for the front door with the trimmings from the Christmas Tree.  I had remembered a monogram wreath that was for sale at Pottery Barn a few years ago (for well over $60) and wanted to see if we could make a similar one.  I do think ours looks much more "hand made", haha, but it's cute!

What were some of the DIY Christmas decorations you did this year or in the past?  Feel free to link to posts or pictures in the comments!

* I was given free products in exchange for this review of the DownEast Basics home collection. However, all opinions were my own, as always :-)

My Ribbon Barrette Maker Review & 48 Hour Giveaway!

Hi mamas!  I was recently sent one of the new My Ribbon Barrette Makers for Natty to try out. After a little practice she has become a pro at making herself (and all of her friends and aunties) these retro 80's style barrettes.  C'mon, you remember making these back in school, right?

Well...along with all the other styles from the 1980's, these barrettes are making a huge come back among our school aged kiddos.  I have to admit, it brought back lots of fun memories while making them with Natty...except now it is WAY easier with the new Ribbon Barrette Maker

The set comes in these nifty bins with ribbons, barrettes and beads (which makes for a super cute gift idea!)

Nat was super excited about this and she still has piles of ribbon on the table separated for each barrette she is going to make for every friend and/or family member she knows.

After a little practice she was able to do most of it herself (she's only 3 and a half so older kids would probably not need much help at all).

She always loves new hair accessories, but she was even more thrilled that she made this all by herself. She has worn it every day for the past week!

This product really fits in to the wonderful products that I like to promote because, believe it or not, it was invented by a grandfather after his granddaughters were asking him to make friendship bracelets with them one day.  They took a while to make and he thought, as do most inventors, "There has to be a better way!"  Because he had invented some pretty amazing products in the past he was able to enlist the help of many engineers, graphic designers and web developers in Detroit that had recently found themselves unemployed. 

The exciting part?!  Well, you have a chance to win one for that little girl in your life...and just in time for Christmas!  

:::HOW TO ENTER:::  MYFBM are the makers of both the My Friendship Bracelet Maker and the My Ribbon Barrette Maker.   Please visit their site and decide which product you would like to win.  Tell us why in the comments and you're entered!  Easy peasy!  One winner will be chosen via on Wednesday, December 7th at 10:00am GMT.

:::ADDITIONAL ENTRIES:::  If you would like additional entries then feel free to do any of the following (or all of them!) and leave an additional comment below for EACH additional entry that you do.  

Become a Follower of this blog via Google Connect

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Book Review: Arizona Way Out West & Wacky

For those mamas, grandparents, educators and/or homeschoolers from Arizona...this post is for you!

I was given a copy of the new AZ WOWW history and activity book for kids last month and have thoroughly enjoyed reading it with Nathalia.  Although the book is targeted towards grade-school children there were still many activities and stories in the book that were very entertaining for her (at age 3.5) and educational.  In fact, I will admit that Arizona history is not my forte since I'm not from this neck of the woods (er...desert) so it's been quite an interesting read for me, too!

Arizona Way Out West & Wacky (AZ WOWW) was designated as an official Arizona Centennial Legacy Project and is full of humorous, gross, interesting and "wacky" stories and facts about Arizona.  The book is around 100 pages and has over 60 fun activities including word searches, crossword puzzles, coloring pages (Natty's favorite), games, recipes and crafts!

One of the wacky facts that Natty thought was *hi-la-ri-ous* was this one about the Grand Canyon:
"The deepest point of the Grand Canyon is 6,000 feet.  The average female teacher is 5 feet, 4 inches tall.  That means it would take about 1,125 teachers standing on each other's heads to go from the bottom to the top!"
She laughed...a lot...and then we looked through some of the pictures I had taken when we visited the Grand Canyon a few years ago when she was a baby.  She was able to look through the photos and color a picture of the canyon in the book while I read her the rest of that chapter.

Another chapter that we look forward to is one about the early pioneers and how they canned and stored their food to keep it fresh.  Natty saw the picture and remembered how we had canned apple butter last month and how she has seen Grandma can salsa for us when she visits.  Another memory that will help her understand these little bits of history.  Also, we're definitely making the recipe for Dutch-oven green chile cornbread in that chapter for sure!

Overall this book has been a great educational tool and will definitely be used by our family for years to come as a fun way to teach our girls about Arizona's history.  If you're thinking of taking a look for yourself and getting this book for your children, then just visit for more info.

BUT, if you want to try to win a free copy (who doesn't love free stuff?!?!) then visit their facebook page today and enter their new sweeps!  Details below:

AZWOWW wants you to have fun counting down to the Centennial! From now through the official Arizona Centennial date – February 12, 2012 – AZWOWW will be running a contest to help you enjoy all that Arizonahas to offer! They’ll be giving away 25 copies of AZWOWW, offering gift cards to local restaurants and adding in some fun for tourists and visitors to our great state as well – including a free pass to the Grand Canyon State Park! After entering yourself, be sure to share the link with your friends. 

Visit AZ WOWW on Facebook to enter!

Starting Traditions: Our New Thankful Journal

It's November 1st...already!  I can't believe it.  This year I am trying to slow down during the Holiday Season and focus on what really matters most as well as starting family traditions with our girls that will help instill a spirit of giving and thankfulness during these busy months ahead.  

One of the first new traditions we are starting this year is our Family Thankful Journal.  A few weeks ago Andy Lopez (coach of the U of A baseball team) spoke at our church about how the Israelites in the Old Testament would collect stones and pile them in certain places to remember what the Lord had done there.  They would do this so that future generations wouldn't forget. 

“We will not hide them from our descendants; we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the LORD, his power, and the wonders he has done.” - Psalm 78:4 
He told us about how his family had started a Thankful Journal years ago as a way to remember God's answer to prayer in their lives.  That same day I saw a promotion on for a free custom journal so I snatched it up!  

I added some cute pics of the girls to the front to make it the cutest journal EVER ;-)

We added Psalm 78:4 to the inside cover, too.

We're about 11 months behind in this year's journal, but there have been so many answers to prayer this year that I don't think I'll have a hard time I look forward to sitting down as a family this month and jotting down each one of them as reminder of God's hand in our lives.  In fact, I'll probably start with this one:

February 28, 2011:  We are thankful that daddy is still alive after a horrible car accident that doctors and rescue workers all agree should have taken his life.

Do you have a family tradition that you would like to share with other busy mamas? Simply send the idea with your bio to: thebusymomboutique{at} I would love to hear from you!

Wallet Friendly Ways to Beat Year Round Boredom - Guest Post

Submitted on behalf of Primrose Schools: Preschool services and early childhood education by Emily Patterson (@epatt1062)

Children have powerful imaginations that can create whole new worlds to play in. But there are days where despite all that creativity and imagination they just sit around the house complaining that there is absolutely nothing for them to do. So how do you as a parent find a way to harness all that imagination and keep everyone entertained without spending too much money?

Here are ten ideas to help get you through boredom year round:

1. Go For a Scenic Drive: Pack everyone up in the car and take a sightseeing trip in your own area. This is great during the fall when the leaves are changing colors, or around holidays when people decorate their houses. If you live near an area with farms or stables go take a drive to see the horses and cows as they spend time in the pastures.

Natty overlooking Tucson on our most recent scenic drive

2. Wildlife Hunt: Find a website that talks about the wildlife that is found in your area and print out a list of some of the more commonly found ones and head out to a local park and see how many you can find. If you are looking for birds a pair of binoculars will help you identify birds that might fly off before you get close enough to see their markings.

3. Take a Craft Class: Check at a local craft supplies store to see if they hold workshops for children. These are usually free or have a small fee for supplies as the stores want to attract new customers to their stores. This is a great way for a child to try out a new craft that might otherwise need a large investment in supplies to start out.

4. Satellite Search: The Internet now lets us view any spot in the world by just searching for it. It's fun to look up your house and see the satellite image of it. You can turn this into a scavenger hunt by bringing up a town or city and seeing if you can find landmarks that are important to your children.

5. Superfluid Science: A superfluid is a substance that changes thickness under different situations, and there is one you can make out of stuff you probably have in the kitchen. All you need is a bowl to mix it in, corn flour, water and food coloring if you want it. Mix water into the corn flour until it forms a thick paste and add the food coloring if you wish. That's it, you have a superfluid! To show off the changes have your child stir it slowly at first and then fast, then have your child slap the surface of the superfluid. It should be easy to stir slowly, but when you stir fast it will thicken up and be more resistant. When you slap it, it should react like it were a solid.

6. Picnic Walks: Walking is a good way to stay healthy and a great way to enjoy beautiful locations. And with just a few sandwiches, snacks and something to drink, you can turn your walk into a picnic.

7. Fort Box: If you or someone you know is getting a new appliance, save the box! A large box can be any number of things to a playing child: fortress, cave, skyscraper, spaceship or whatever your child's imagination wants it to be. For an added bonus cover it with contact paper to help strengthen the box. When buying contact paper you can buy a patterned paper, or there are varieties that work like a dry erase board, allowing your children to decorate the box however they want and change it when they need to.

8. Inside the Story: Reading to your younger children is a great way to encourage good reading habits. And a great way to keep a child interested in the stories they love is to encourage them to think about what they'd do in the story. There are a number of ways to do this, putting on plays about the stories, making scenes from the story in building blocks or writing their own stories about the characters and situations they enjoy the most.

9. Share a Recipe: Many families have certain recipes that are passed down from generation to generation and now is a great time to share one with your children. If you don't have a family recipe already, there's no reason not to start a new family tradition. This is not the time to go for a perfect looking dish, this is the time share the joy that you get from making a tasty dish to share with loved ones. Let your child do as much as they safely can when they help you so that they learn as much as they can about cooking.

10. That's How They Do It: There are a lot of places where you watch things being made before you buy them. Many pizza places make their pies near the register, next pizza night take your kids along and watch them make your food while you wait.

What are some successful boredom busters YOU have used with your children lately?

Do you have a guest post or article that you would like to submit to The Busy Mom Blog? Simply send the article with your bio to: thebusymomboutique{at} I would love to hear from you!

Like Ice-Cream Only Healthier

Last Christmas the girls and I received that book "The Sneaky Chef" from my sister Jess (also the owner of - check it out if you need pet supplies, wink wink).

The book lists tons of recipes for kid-friendly type food but with added healthy ingredients that they won't detect!  It's awfully fun to read through the book and see how this mom had used cauliflower in her home-made Mac n' Cheese without her kids ever knowing!  Hence the name "Sneaky Chef".

I've been excited to try some of the lunch and dinner recipes but this week I let my oldest pick and she decided to go with some "breakfast ice-cream".  It's so super simple and only requires some fruit, honey and yogurt!

We chose strawberries and raspberries since those are Natty's favorite and they were on sale (haha).  You just throw about 1.5 cups of fruit into the food processor...

Then add 2 tablespoons of yogurt and 1 tablespoon of honey:

Then simply blend it up until it's nice and smooth and place in a glass dish and then into the freezer.  Natty was super excited to help and even more excited to eat it!

It definitely doesn't get as thick as ice-cream (or maybe I did it wrong) so you may want to have a few SmartSeat Chair Covers on hand when you go to serve the kiddos.  However, it tastes sweet and fresh and both girls loved it.  

Grab an Undercover Mama and Ditch the Big Expensive Nursing Wardrobe

I am so excited to be adding a Nursing Wear category to the boutique!  One of the first products that I knew we had to offer was the mom-invented "Undercover Mama" nursing tank.  In my opinion, it is one of the coolest inventions EVER.

This strapless tank top attaches to the nursing bras that you already own and love to essentially turn your ordinary nursing bra into an full undershirt!  Wear it underneath cardigans, shirts, sweaters, shawls or vests as a cute undershirt...and now when you go to flip down your bra to nurse, your belly and back are completely covered.

Skip the pile of expensive nursing shirts and simply buy one or two of these undercovers to make ANY top a nursing top!  Just look at how cute they are one of our mom reviewers & photographers, Jennie:

We have them in lots of available colors and sizes so the possibilities are endless mamas!  Now you can wear any of your favorite non-nursing shirts with an undercover mama tank underneath and still be ready to nurse while you're on-the-go.  

"If you love a particular nursing bra, it's perfect because you can layer it with the tank without having a bunch of straps everywhere. Because the less straps going on, the chic-er, ya know?"  -Maryam,

We recently had the Undercover Mama reviewed by Maryam over at, a style guide for hip nursing moms and moms-to-be.  Check out her awesomely awesome video review below:

Don't forget, you can use the code "MilkMama" when checking out to receive 10% off of our Undercover Mama Nursing tanks.

Ostriches might be mean, but their eggs are sure yummy!

Ok, so that statement might be a little misleading since I myself did not eat ANY of the ostrich egg written about in this post.  I hate eggs.  All eggs.  However, my girlies love them and so the "ostrich eggs are yummy" comment came from the mouths of babes...not me!

I promised I would share the story about our weekend fun at The Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch and so here it is!

The family was in town and we were running out of things to do so we thought, "Hey what could be more fun than heading down to the Ostrich Ranch and hanging out with some really giant, mean birds for the day?!"

I think they wanted to eat Ellie...but she has the last laugh later...keep reading.

So the ostrich's were evil, but the rest of the animals at the ranch were so cute and the girls LOVED feeding the deer and the donkeys so it was a really fun time!  

On our way out we saw that they had real ostrich eggs for sale and since Uncle Jim has always wanted to try one, he bought one for us to cook for breakfast the next day...for the super low price of $20.00.  Ha! They're not cheap but apparently 1 ostrich egg is equal to 24 chicken eggs so, needless to say, we had a lot of leftovers.  

Natty helping Uncle Jim make an ostrich egg breakfast

Ellie and the Egg

Ellie wanting to "eat" the egg whole

Aha! Take that evil Ostrich!

What's the best part about an Ostrich Egg?  Ellie is able to eat them!  She's allergic to chicken eggs so typically can't enjoy eggs for breakfast like everyone else.  But ostrich eggs are often an alternative for people with egg allergies.  So cool!

Have any of you had an ostrich egg before?  The rest of our family seemed to like it.  Apparently they are better for you than chicken eggs too...and for $20 bucks, they'd better be! 

Baby Undersocks are the Baby Socks that Stay On

Baby Undersocks are new to the boutique and they totally rock! My 18-month-old has had a vendetta against socks for as far back as I can remember. I would normally give in and just let her run around without socks on (especially in the summer) but because of the eczema on her feet, I'd rather keep them covered if at all possible.

Baby Undersocks are the baby socks that actually stay on! After having my little one use them for the past week, here are my 3 favorite things about them:

  • They can't take them off! They are attached to soft thermal pants that can be worn by themselves or as a warming layer under clothing.
  • The socks have a non-slip grip on the bottom to help prevent little walkers from slipping (which happens often with toddlers wearing socks on tile or wood you know).
  • They are made from super comfy & breathable bamboo thermal fabric that is snuggly and warm, but not too thick and cumbersome.

Here's my munchkin wearing her Baby Undersocks in Pastel Pink (the socks are colored, not the thermal pants):

We have them in pastel pink (shown above), lake blue and natural white.  The sizes range from 0-18 months...and if you buy one, you'll get the second pair half off so you can stock up for the Fall and Winter months ahead!  

And...since it took me forever to get Ellie to sit still for these pics, here's another!

And here's what they look like without a baby attached:

Have questions about Baby Undersocks? Ask away!  And don't forget to "Meet the Mom Inventor" behind this product by reading her story on the product page.  :-)

Bobee Diaper and Wipe Dispenser, a Nursery Essential

It's no surprise to our followers that I personally LOVE the new Diaper Dispenser and Wipe Holder from Bobee, Inc.  It is actually on my husband's list of top baby gear products since it miraculously keeps the baby's room so much more organized and gives us a whole drawer back on her changing table for storage!

My oldest and I had tons of fun decorating the Bobee as soon as we took it out of the box.  It comes with 2 decal sheets (your choice of color) that are similar to the wall decals you can buy at Target, etc.  You can also paint the Bobee to match the walls!

It took about 8 minutes to install and look how super cute it looks on her wall!  It's so practical and convenient...I wish we had this for our first daughter as well.  Everyone who comes over asks about it and I'm sure it will definitely make it on the top baby shower gifts list on the web for 2012.

Parents change over 2,000 diapers in the first year alone (umm...and if you have twins, just double that) so having your diapers and wipes stored in a quick and convenient place when you're changing baby's diaper is really helpful.  Not only that, it gives you more space in their rooms for other much needed baby gear and supplies.

We made a great demo video which is featured on the Bobee product page at the boutique if you want to learn more.

PROMO:  You can buy the Bobee at the boutique until the end of August and get FREE SHIPPING which saves you $8!  We'll announce these promotions regularly on our Facebook page as well.

Happy Breastfeeding Awareness Month - Here's a Deal Worth Pumping For

Happy Breastfeeding Awareness Month!  Sometimes I miss my nursing days when every few hours I had snuggle time and great bonding moments with both of my girls. 

And then I remember trying to pump, and I'm so happy it's over...for now anyways.  At least my girls are oh so generous and often leave me cheerios in my bra so that I'm still the go-to-place for snacks. 

This month only (for Breastfeeding Awareness Month) you can buy some hands-free pumping accessories for you and your breastfeeding friends...because "Friends don't let friends pump with both hands!"

Pump-A-Pair are 10% Off and ship FREE because we want you and your friends to be hands-free! 

Eczema, Food Allergies and Mommy Guilt

My sweet little monkey Elle has had severe eczema since birth.  Now that she's running around and getting dirty, it's just constantly getting worse and flaring up, to the point that she has multiple open wounds on her feet and hands that are now causing infections. 

Her skin has always been so sensitive that we didn't take too much notice the first time she received a few hives after touching peanut butter.  The second time was a bit worse and now last week she was diagnosed with a severe peanut allergy...which of course, like most peanut allergies, can result in anaphylaxis. 

I know I still have to get on with life.  I know this is not the worse thing that could happen.  I know.  I know.  But I feel that strong protective mama wave coming over me and I just want to yell at everyone around me. 

How can I leave her to play when she is walking around on her tip toes because of the cuts on her feet?  How can I work and sleep at night knowing that she's constantly scratching at her skin?  How can I leave her with other people knowing about this life-threatening food allergy when peanuts could be anywhere?!  How can I do anything knowing that she's uncomfortable?! 

This is my baby!

For now, we have a steroid that will eliminate the eczema for about 2 weeks.  Then it will be back, as always.  I have until the next outbreak to get some work done and feel like myself. But once it strikes again, the mommy guilt will be back something fierce. 

Do any of your children suffer from food allergies, eczema or other ailments?  Besides being way more in control of the situation than I am, how do you cope?  Do you have sad days? Guilty days? Strong days?

Giving back through Kiva loans to support mom entrepreneurs

I hope everyone is having a great weekend!  I want to officially announce something that I am so excited about in tonight's post.  We have decided, as a family, to set aside $1 from every sale at The Busy Mom Boutique to use towards supporting mom-entrepreneurs in developing countries through a Kiva loan.  The mission for us has always been to support moms in business by promoting and selling their mom-invented products.  Now we have decided that the profit that we make through this site can also help moms in less fortunate, developing countries, to make their dreams a reality and play a role in the battle against poverty. 

It's funny because every time I think about this or talk about it, I smile.  I feel this overwhelming sense that this is exactly what I need to be doing.  Have you ever felt that way about a decision?  I know that our loans will start small since the business is still at the beginning stages, but I know in my heart that we'll still be making a difference in the lives of many women...and because of that, I'm pretty content in this decision. 

My goal is to post about each loan that we make here on the blog so that our customers and followers can read about each of the women that YOU are supporting with us.  So stay tuned for all of that!

If you haven't heard of Kiva or microfinance then keep reading below.  I have put some basic information that can also be found on the Kiva website if you're interested in learning more.  Here you go:

What is Kiva?  A non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.
What is Microfinance?  A general term to describe financial services to low-income individuals or to those who do not have access to typical banking services.  Microfinance is also the idea that low-income individuals are capable of lifting themselves out of poverty if given access to financial services. While some studies indicate that microfinance can play a role in the battle against poverty, it is also recognized that is not always the appropriate method, and that it should never be seen as the only tool for ending poverty.
Thank you all so much for your support!  I hope you have a blessed week ahead.  I'd also LOVE to hear from you in the comments...I'll be totally looking for some adult conversation this week since my husband is away for business and I'm home with all little people under the age of 3 all week.  :-)

Win a FREE bottle of Baby Fresh Cleansing Spray! - CLOSED

Ok ladies, Facebook has come up with a laundry list of rules about in an effort to not get shut down, I am doing this next giveaway over here on the new blog instead. 

Starting today, Baby Fresh Cleansing Spray will ship FREE for the entire summer!  {U.S. Shipping only}  I'm so excited about this promotion because it will give so many of you the opportunity to try this amazing organic diaper changing spray!  Here's a little info about it:

Baby Fresh Cleanser is an 88% organic diaper changing spray cleanser developed by mom, Marli Sysum in Portland, OR. Baby Fresh Cleanser helps to eliminate the odor causing bacteria that using just wipes leaves behind and helps moms to wipe bums easier and cleaner! It then leaves a protective barrier on baby to help prevent future diaper rash. It will leave your baby feeling and smelling baby fresh!
Quality organic ingredients to help baby’s sensitive skin:
Aloe Barbadensis (organic Aloe) leaf Juice- It is nature’s finest body cleanser, helps to promote would healing and moisturizes and softens baby’s sensitive skin.
Kosher Vegetable Glycerin- It is derived from palm oil and has a soothing effect and acts as a natural protective agent against future diaper rash.
Tea tree oil-Has beneficial medical properties when applied topically, including antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral action, which aids in the cleaning of baby’s sensitive skin.
When you use Baby Fresh Cleanser during each diaper change, you will reduce the amount of wipes needed by 1-2 wipes. Let Baby Fresh Cleanser do all the work. With average use one 8 oz bottle of Baby Fresh Cleanser will last you 1- 1 1/2 months.  

So we're also doing a giveaway this week.  If you'd like to win a FREE bottle of Baby Fresh Cleanser to try out, here's how you can win:

1.  Become a fan on Facebook and leave a comment here to let us know!
2.  Become a follower of this blog and leave a comment here to let us know!

You don't have to do both, but if you do, make sure to leave a comment for each so that you DOUBLE the chances of winning.  Also, if you repost or tweet about this giveaway, leave a comment for extra entries as well.

Win a TextHook and other amazing prizes in Living My MoMent's 2nd Anniversary Giveaway!

The TextHook tightly secures your smartphone to your stroller, grocery cart or bike while still providing access to the touchscreen or keyboard. With the touch of a finger, you can text, talk or e-mail. Multitasking is easy with texthook! Wishing you had this innovative new mom-invented product for your smart phone? Well, you're in luck!  We're giving one away in Living My MoMent's 2nd Anniversary Giveaway!  There are 64 other products listed as well, with a total value of about $4,000 in giveaways!  Don't miss out, head on over and check out the entry page to learn more!

Here's a sampling of some great things you can win:

New mom-invented product: Pump-a-Pair hands-free pumping accessory!

I do want more babies sometime in the near future, and I will definitely be using this fantastic new mom-invention during those early months of dreaded breast-pumping.  I love that these work universally with just about any breast pump and any nursing bra!  They are the new Pump-a-Pair hands-free pumping accessory!  We have them in a single-set or a double-set at a discounted rate.  Check them out and let us know what you think:

TextHook featured nationally on The Today Show!

The TextHook smart phone holder was featured on The Today Show with Kathy-Lee & Hoda!  There are some other great products in this featured segment as well, so take a peak!  If you are wanting to see the "shout-out" about TextHook, then you'll have to scroll to minute 4:00 in the starts there.  Then be sure to visit the boutique, we have the TextHook in both black and white.

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