Are you interested in using an “okay to wake” clock for your preschooler or toddler? Here’s my review on the gro Clock, after one year of use. This popular children’s clock turns into a Starrett sky at bedtime and each star disappears one at a time to count down to a scheduled wake up time! Your preschooler will learn valuable time concepts related to sleeping, and you might just get more sleep yourself.
Regardless of how and when you are planning to potty train your children, you may be considering Cloth Training Pants< . If so, I'd like to present this review of an amazing brand that I absolutely love! Mme & Co is a Quebec company that designs and sells reusable products like cloth diapers, trainers, cloth pads, family cloth and more! They keep costs low so that taking the plunge into a more reusable home life is affordable. Instead of expensive, disposable pull up training pants, consider these washable Mme & Co cloth training pants.
Let’s talk about reusable cloth pads! I went green with my period last year and it’s one of the best decisions that I have ever made. Honestly, I am not sure what took me so long! I’m a cloth diapering advocate, so switching to cloth pads seemed like a no-brainer, but I guess I was held up by the stigma of it all. Now, a year later, I’m well established in my green period routine. When Mme & Co. approached me to review their cloth pads, I was very excited! I am familiar with the brand already, since we have…
It’s Amazon Prime day! Basically, the most exciting day of the year for us Amazon Prime members. But, it is also good news for people who aren’t using Amazon Prime yet because you can sign up for it for a free 30 day trial. You can take a whole month to see why it’s so awesome, and even take advantage of prime day deals today all for free!
When Bummis reached out about a review for their new Bummis Pure AIO, I could hardly contain my excitement. I had never used a Bummis diaper before and I was eager to test out this beloved Canadian brand. Bummis has been on the cloth diaper scene for practically ever, and has earned a pretty great reputation for awesomeness. Let me say, this Bummis Pure AIO lives up to the hype- in spades!
Have you tried this Canadian cloth diaper brand yet? It is pretty a pretty unmistakable diaper, with it’s gathered leg ruffles and recognizable logo. I am relatively new to the AppleCheeks brand, and this is my first experience with their Inserts. AppleCheeks sent me their One Size Bamboo Bundle to review, which includes the AppleCheeks One Size cover (min is in the colour Mint To Be) and one 2 ply bamboo insert. The Bundle can be purchased seperately as well.
I am currently nursing my 1 year old son, Littlest. He is at that stage where he really just nurses before and after naps and for comfort throughougt the day. Our goal is to self wean, and so I want him to nurse on his own terms. For that reason, I like to wear nursing apparel to make breastfeeding as accessible to him as possible. I have a small collection of nursing tops so when Belly Bedaine reached out to me and offered some of their products to try, I was thrilled! Trying a new brand is always an exciting…
I love my IKEA Cloth Diapers! Wait, Ikea makes cloth diapers?? Yes they do, but they probably don’t know that they do. The “Himmelsk” cotton muslin squares at Ikea are marketed as burp cloths and sold in packs of 2 for about 6.99. Cloth diapering moms everywhere are using them as Flat Diapers and here’s why!
I love fitted cloth diapers and have several brands in my collection, so when Olivia at This West Coast Mommy asked me if I’d like to review the new Oriön fitted diaper for Omaïki, I jumped at the chance! Fitted diapers are great for both daytime and overnight use, and they work under all types of covers. I especially enjoy using them under wool pants that have been lanolized to use as diaper covers. This particular fitted is new on the market, and is definitely one to consider for both its quality and price point.
As a Mommy Blogger who focuses on natural parenting, I love to bring you reviews of Baby Carriers. If you are one of my regular readers, you’ll know that I’m disabled and use a wheelchair. I babywear using various baby carriers out of necessity, and sometimes the waist belts can get uncomfortable. My able-bodied husband has also expressed that he would be more comfortable while using a carrier that didn’t use a waistband. He prefers back carries and for these reasons, I started looking into Onbuhimo carriers.