Saturday, September 29, 2007

My favorite things at the moment...

So I just started selling Dripstiks about two weeks ago. I love them! One end holds a popsicle and the other end holds an ice cream cone. It has a little rim so all the drippings go into the rim and not on your child. They are on my website under Baby, then Accessories. I took my daughters to get ice cream last week and they both used their Dripstik and I was the one who made the mess. My yummy chocolate coating kept falling off. And not a drop on them, hmmm guess I'm be using a Dripstik myself next time:) So I gave a few out to family and friends cause I knew they would love them too and everyone has been calling me raving abut them.

Another one of my favorite items is for the women out there and it's called Mommy Makeup (under the Moms category). Applying makeup has never been so easy. It takes me maybe about a minute and a half to do my whole face. I love that it looks natural and feels natural. Goodbye cake face! Last night I went out and my cousin told me my face looked luminous.

Friday, September 28, 2007

Costume Shopping

I find myself saying this ever year, but I can't believe the holidays are just around the corner. I mean Halloween is just a little over a month away. So the costume shopping has started. Both my girls decided they wanted to be Daphne from Scooby Doo. Of course they don't choose a costume you can find at every single store. So after searching online and taking them to several stores as luck would have it I found it at Target and I found both their sizes. My youngest was at school, so when I picked her up I told her I finally found her costume and guess what...she wants to be Dora. Are you kidding me?! So needless to say I'll be returning her costume and getting her Dora. Even though the Dora costume is boring, I mean $30 for that, I'm kind of glad she changed her mind cause I want the girls to be something different.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Tip of the Week

A few weeks ago on my website I created a tip of the week, so I thought I'd post them here as well. So if you haven't seen the past few weeks tips I listed them below.

Tired of going to the beach and dragging all the sand in your car when you leave? Sprinkle your feet with a little bit of baby powder and the sand brushes right off. Mom tested, mom approved!

Problem: Your kids want popsicles all day out in this heat, but you don’t want them to have all that sugar. Solution: Poor yogurt into popsicle containers and freeze them. To make them more fun add food coloring to tint the yogurt and do layers.

Do you have a child in an outdoor sport and another who’s bored when you go to the games? Fill a clear plastic container with sand and play toys to keep kids occupied while at outdoor games.

Your going to have unexpected company come over for dinner and don’t have time to clean the house. Drizzle a few drops of orange-scented Pine-Sol on a clean cloth and hide it in a bookcase. It’ll give the room that just-been scrubbed smell minus the work.

School is going to start before you know it. A great way for your child to brush up a little before school is by going on sites like">">
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If your shopping for clothes and don’t have time to wait in line ask the salesperson who was helping you to put your items on hold so you can pick them up later. Another idea is try everything on and order them online when you get home. Shopping during the week and in the morning also helps beat the rush.

Don’t forget Grandparent’s Day is on the September 9th. Do you want to find a cute way to make a card that you can get your kids involved in? Print out a picture of your kids and glue it to a piece of cardstock. Then on the cardstock side your kids can write a personalized message. That way it’s a 2-1, picture of your kids, but also a card. If you do 4x6 they can easily store it in a photo album so they can look at it for years to come.

Do you take a lot of pictures and want to share with family and friends? A great way for them to feel like they live close by is to upload your digital pictures to a place like www.winkflash.come so they can view your pictures and order copies for themselves.

No matter how many times you tell you child to stop playing with their gum they still do it. And surprise surprise they get it in their hair. Put peanut butter in their hair and it will help loosen the gum up, then shampoo as usual. I used to do this all the time as a kid so it was no surprise when my daughter did it. And that trick still works, plus conditions your hair a little
*NOTE Do not use if your child has a peanut allergy*

Are you nervous about using cleaning chemical around your kids? Mix 1 part vinegar and 2 parts water in a spray bottle. Vinegar is a natural disinfectant and great for streak free windows. WARNING-May make you crave a saladJ

School has started and your child is bringing home tons of artwork. You don’t want to throw it out, but you also don’t have room to store it all. Here are two solutions for you. 1. Scan each picture on your computer so you’ll have a digital file for each one. 2. Video tape each one and have you or your child talk a little about it on tape.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Getting Started

So I thought I would give this blog thing that everyone is raving about a try. Seems like everyone has a blog these days. I know I am intrigued when I see sites that have blogs and like getting to know them better so I thought maybe someone would want to know more about me...or maybe!