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Friday, December 2, 2011


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Monday, November 28, 2011

Natural House Review

SO i just got finished with my free 30 day supply of Natural House cleaning products. Let me tell you, this revolutionary new way of cleaning WORKS! It really is amazing. My favorite was Trashy, a garbage deoderizer. I used it in my cans, and my diaper pail and they really stopped smelling.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Story Harbour Vol.1 Reviewand Giveaway

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this was such an awsome review. I really enjoyed sitting with the kids over some tea and listening to these children's audio stories. We got to have quality time together. These world folktales are easily understood and fun for my 4 year old all the way to me! I will def be looking into getting more of Zette Harbour stories. our family favorite was the little old woman who lived in a vinigar bottle. There is a moral story to them all. They really are just beautiful stories. here are my older 2 sitting and enjoying them. The storyteller is amazing, the voices are clear yet in character. This would make a great gift, especially for those who love audio stories!
You can visit their sight here:
Story Harbour vol. 1 is the inaugural collection of world tales for all ages performed by Zette Harbour. Stories travel the world and we can enjoy them when they visit our corner of it. Hear about Anansi, the half-spider, half-man who covets the stories of the sky god. Visit the British Isles and learn a thing or two. A poignant tale from Japan speaks to us all. From the deep reaches of the ancient city of Jerusalem, learn the meaning of poverty and of wisdom. Finally, test your cleverness against the innkeeper's daughter.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

A Letter to My Oldest

Dear my oldest,
You are my first born, you are who made me a mother. You have made me smile since i found out I was having a baby. ( all i wanted was a girl). I can not believe you are already 6.5. Seriously where did the time go. As a baby you only loved me, only wanted me, only needed me. You would cry the second i handed you off, your would cry the second i placed you down. You just wanted my arms, and my arms just wanted you. Your smile lights up the room, your humor fills faces with smiles. Ever since you were little, anywhere we would go, people would stop us and comment on your beauty. You are beautiful. Like the 1 flower in a garden that everyone wants to pick. I want you to know how proud i am of you. You are growing into the most perfect person. You are such an amazing sister to the other crazy 2. You have taken hair pulling from your brother, being told to hang on cause mommy has to take care of your sister. Through it all, you still continue to love them, even though they might have taken away some of your mommy from you. You have learned to share me, even though it is hard at time. I love our times together when they are sleeping and its just me and you again, reading, baking, and just goofing off. You are a holiday lover like your grandma and that reminds me of her since she has moved away. It like her holiday spirit is a part of you. You are an amazing student -over a grade ahead in reading...gosh i am so proud! I am sorry if i have ever let you down, and i am sorry when i make you mad -being a mommy isn't always that easy. We have learned to have an understanding of each other, something no one else can understand. You are my gift, and i will protect you till the end. I love you more than i could ever say, ever show. You are my everything, i just want you to know that. Thank you my first born, for making me a mommy, thank you for choosing ME to be your mommy.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Torani Flavored Syrup Review

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I was so excited that I was chosen from SheSpeaks as a blogger review for Torani flavored Syrup. They sent me 2 big bottles, one Sugar Free Vanilla and one Pumpkin Pie.
About Torani:

Since 1925, family-owned Torani has been crafting great tasting flavored syrups that coffeehouses use to make their flavored drinks taste so delicious. With over 120 flavors in regular and sugar free varieties, Torani flavored syrups are perfect for flavored lattes, mochas, coffees, cocoas, Italian sodas, teas, lemonades, cocktails and smoothies. Coffeehouse professionals choose Torani flavors because they are expertly crafted and made with the highest quality ingredients, like natural flavors and pure cane sugar. The sugar free flavors have no calories and are sweetened with Splenda. Now, Torani Flavored Syrups are widely available at retail so you can easily create authentic coffeehouse quality drinks at home.

I tried the pumpkin Pie in my coffee with a friend of mine, it was amazing! It taste just like a Pumpkin Spice Late from Starbucks, BUT SO MUCH CHEAPER! I also have used the sugar free Vanilla in my coffee and that was DIVINE! My son has been asking me to make him Vanilla Milk every morning. So i heat up his milk with some Vanilla Syurp and its DELIS! I really am looking foward to trying new drinks with these different flavors, not just in coffee. I think they would make a great desert drizzle or even in a nice Pumpik Pie Martini for the Holiday.

Here are a few other ideas for their Syrups
Popular Drink Types for Syrups:
•Flavored Coffees/Espresso Drinks (Most popular drink type for flavored syrups)
•Italian Sodas
•Flavored Tea (Hot and Cold)
•Flavored Lemonades
•Flavored Sodas (Coca-Cola, Mountain Dew, etc)
•Flavored Energy drinks (Red Bull

Distribution/Where to Buy Torani Flavored Syrups: Torani syrups are primarily used at coffeehouses and restaurants in over 40 countries. Within the retail flavored syrup category, Torani has a dominant market share exceeding 60%. At US retail outlets, Torani is available at stores such as:
•Cost Plus World Market
•Smart and Final
•Most major grocery stores
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Burts Bees Natural Skin Solutions Review

I ususally get very dry and irritated skin from cleaners. Especially in the winter and cold weather months. It was so refreshing to fin a cleanser that actaully seemed to put moisture back into my face, while cleaning it at the same time. I use it daily and its great for removing makeup as well. For the moisturizer, it goes on very smooth and non greesy. This is something i will def be investing in and using in my routine of facial hygiene.

I recieved free producta for review through
The thoughts are my own and i was not paid for this review

Monday, November 7, 2011

My Caring Cross Giveaway

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I was so thrilled to be chosen to review a My Caring Cross. When i received my cross, it was much bigger than i had expected, but in a good way. It really fits into your hand with comfort. The cross is smooth and soft, and the craftsmanship is amazing. I gave my cross to my 4 year old right away, and this was 2 weeks ago, he still carries it with him everywhere. For him, it is comfort, and closeness with God.

The story behind the Caring Cross is amazing.

Issa is a Christian living on the outskirts of Bethlehem and has been carving crosses and religious items his whole life to support his wife and three children. Twenty years ago Angus Reid's mother met Issa on a visit to Bethlehem and began importing his olive wood handicrafts. With the decline of Bethlehem tourism, Issa and other Christian Artisans are struggling. The main goal is to support them by providing a market for olive wood crosses direct to Christians in America.

These crosses come in a beautiful velvet bag, along with an extra white velvet bag that would be great as a Wedding Favor.  They make wonderful gifts for all ages, Baptism, Birth, Confirmation, Christmas, really anyone can enjoy the beauty this cross has to offer.

There are to specials going on right now, at The first one is 8 crosses delivered priority mail for just 36.00 or 4.50 oer cross or 2 Caring Crosses for 12.00 delivered.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Life without Power......

So, this past saturday we were hit with a snowstorm. YEP snow before Holloween. Its was nice, Luz had a soccer game in the snow, the kids got all new snow gear.
Ever notice when it snows, no matter how much of a pain it is to clean, snow slows life down, even as an adult, there is that magical feeling that I thought only children get.
We built a fort, made a VERY leafy snowman, and had a snowball fight. I had so much fun playing with the kids....


Usually i dont care, but it was cold, I have the baby....and it was COLD!

Night 1 wasnt too bad, I bundled Luz up and she slept fine in her crib. The other 2 were in our bed (like always). I actually started reading a book....and was enjoying it. The kids talked to each other, played, read books, and just continued on....without tv, or video games.

The house got down to 52, which isnt Terribly bad, but it was cold. After the first n night and second day, we realized we had to get going. We left to go to my inlaws. The kids were thrilled for them its a sleep over with their cousins that live there. For me, i wanted my house, my space. I LOVE MY HOUSE! but i could not be selfish and have the kids cold, in danger sleeping with candles lit, so off we went.

2 nights and 3 days we spent there. I came home and cleaned up one day and it was freezing in the house. Outside all i could hear were generators running. Holloween in most towns was postponed till today (Wed.) go figure!

So last night (monday night ) we were back home, in our warm house, back to normal life..... AND THE POWER WENT OUT AGAIN!!!!

It was out for about 2 hrs and returned....

I have found a new appreciation for no power. really i did enjoy the reading, the ways the kids kept busy, the candle light talking,....i hope it happens again, but for 1 day and night.....not 4 nights 5 days :)

Here are some photos from the storm!




A tote of fruit and veggi out in the snow

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Baby Basics Month 7

I cant not believe my baby girl is 7 months old. Where did these 7 months go? I mean, she is closer to being 1 than a newborn now. Officially has hit babyhood. Makes me sad, yet i love this age so much. She can play independelty, giggles at everything, loves to cuddle, she is just amazing.
* She is not crawling yet, which i am surprised because my older 2 crawled right after turning 7 months, and Bonita crawled the day she turned 7 months. ITs bound to happen any day, but I am not in a hurry. That just means i need to REALLY check the flood!
* She is eating pretty good, sometimes alot sometimes a pinch. Really its up to her.
*She has 2 teeth, that came through together!
* She loves her Teta (breastmilk)
* In the course of a day she mastered her pincer grip and is loving the Happy Baby Organic Puffs (which i dont think melt like the gerber)
* She signed "more"

Oh and her stats, about 16lb and 9oz. not sure for her height.

And my crew, because together we are complete!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

My Good Morning Promise

My typical morning,
5:30-Hop outta bed to either the husband in the shower or a baby awake,
5:40- Change diaper, make sure coffee was programmed the night before and is brewing
5:50-start breakfast for my husband, usually a healthy smoothie, vegi omelet, something good.
6:15 - kiss him goodbye and indulge in a HOT CUP OF COFFEE.

I usually don't put anything healthy or substantial in my belly until well after 11. Once my husband leaves i start breakfast for the kids. After school drop off i start cooking dinner and cleaning, and feeding the baby, and laundry. There is just so much going on for me, i never take time FOR ME to eat. So.....WE GOT A JUICER!

My new morning promise is to have a cup of fresh veggi/fruit juice before i take a sip of coffee. I am loving it! Its crazy how much fruit and veggi is actually needed to make a decent cups worth. But I figure its a good way to wake up my body

I am loving trying all the combos. Lets see, this am I did 1 pear, 1 apple, 1 carrot, 1 big chunk of cucumber and 1 celery. It was heaven. I also have been trying to eat more salads, and overall have a healthy diet. My next problem is to drink more water. I am a horrible water drinking, i know, so easy to do, but i just don't do it.

So are you a juicer? ( i feel like its a cult!) Share your favorite juice drinks! I will try them all. I really wanna try one with fresh ginger! YUM!

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Apple Carrot Bread

So with my vast amount of apples, I was going to make an apple bread. I have always loved to make differnt healthy snack for the kids, and always try to have a fruit AND a vegi in each one. So I revamped my Apple Bread and made a VERY LOW suger, BUT SO YUMMY Apple Carrot Bread. This would make great muffins too!

The goods that make it:
2-3 Shredded Apples (skin can stay on!)
1 large shredded carrot
1 1/2 cup flour
1 teaspoon of cinnamon (use more if u want!)
1 teaspoon of nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon baking sode
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg
1/4 cup applesauce(i used my homeade applesauce but you can use oil or butter too
1/4 cup of sugar (thanks to the apple and carrot you dont need alot!

In 1 bowl mix the dry (baking soda and power, flour, cinnamon, and nutmeg

In the second bowl beat the egg sugar shredded carrot and apple, and the applesauce together.

make a well in the dry and add the wet, mix. it will be clumpy like this!

Put in a well greased bread pan

Bake 350 for 50 mins.


Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Red in the Flower Bed Blog Tour

Red in the Flower Bed, written by Andrea Nepa is one of the most beautiful, well written childrens stories I have ever read. MY daughter and I had the privilage of reading this one evening together, and when we were done, we sat in a silence, just thinking about the book.
Every child grows up wondering why they look different, why their hair is differnet than others in their family, why their skin color might not be a perfect match. Most time, we can explain this by simply saying "you are a mix of mommy and daddy"
The author of this book Andrea Nepa is the mother of an adopted Vietnamese daughter named Leah. Anyone who has gone through adoption knows the journey a child must take, not only to enter a new family(in the story's case a seed journeys to a new flower bed) but when that child has settled, they might not look like the all the other members of their family. The book goes on to show that even if you are different, you still complete your families rainbow, and are just what the family needed.

This is such a well written, simple story with so much meaning to it. I would reccommend this to be on every childs bookshelf.
If you are interested in buying this story, please visit Tribute Books

To read more about Andrea and her family, you can visit her facebook page.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Super Undies WInners!

Congrats goes out to -

You are my 3 winners for superundies!!!! I will contact you via Email shortly.

And the Bonus 20.00 giftcard for one of the 3 winners goes to #3, KATIE! CONGRATS

I hope you all enjoy your superundies as much as i do

Monday, October 10, 2011

The boy who takes me by surprise.....

Loco, my non stop moving boy.He wakes up ready to go, and he continues to go till he crashes down. I mean it there is no down time.
He is a computer game genius, At 3 he learned to work the Xbox, just for netflix. Then one day he found the video games, learned how to download just the demos, and off he went. He has completed all of the Lego game demos he could get his hands on. He just turned 4 a month ago. The kid is amazingly latented.
I figured it was time not too long ago to try to get him to sit and learn, handwriting, reading, the good stuff. But he wouldnt sit. I couldnt teach him anything, so I gave up. I mean he has been able to identify his letters and knows their sounds since 2, but i want to teach him to read before Kindergarden and be able to write.
Everyone said "boys just arent ready" and i accepted it.


I sat him down with a book the had pictures and a place for for him to write the letter that it began with. Not even knowing he could form letters, i left it with him and walked away.
I came back just 5 mins later and found this complete with a smiling little boy.

I was so proud, so shocked. I mean WHEN did this child learn to write letters??? He continued to work in his book and we are going to complete the Explode the code primers over the next month or so and then i would like to move foward with book 1 and really getting this little man reading.

I will be sure to post our updates.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Friday Wrap Up

Its been such an amazing week here. The mornings are cold and cuddly, the afternoons are so warm and beautiful. Really just amazing weather. It was national walk to school day this past wednesday and of course me and the kids walked to always :)
There has been lots of time spend on the swingset this week also. Other from the bees that need to just be gone, there is nothing to complain about.
I went apple picking with Loco and Luz. We have SO MANY apples. So far I have made crockpot applesauce, which isnt amazing. I made apple bread and that is DELICIOUS! I was thinking of making a pie and maybe some apple jam? Really I still have 2 huge bags full.
I made a Foccacia bread last night and me and Bonita have been devouring it. We are complete bread lovers. It was so nice with the fresh rosmary from my garden (that the frosty mornings has been killing)
So with such a great week I thought i would wrap it up with some pictures from our amazing time! Have a great Weekend!
Oh and also, my birth story was featured on a blog! Be sure to check it out!
Be Your Best Mom

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Amazing Fall Weather!

I have not posted alot latley because the weather here has been amazing. Most days i spend outside with Luz and Loco on the swing set. ITs cool, yet warm, just perfect and sunny. IT so nice now to have Luz at the 6 month mark. She loves to go on the swing next to her big brother. ITs these moments that make being a stay at home mom so wonderful. I feel so blessed!
I also want to thank my followers, I made it to 100!!! It is very exciting for me :)

BrytonPick Review

I believe that dental care is very important. But I will admit that I am not up to date on the latest dental products! I was thrilled to review this no type of flosser, since I still use the good ol' string in a box flosser. Not anymore, the BrytonPick works even better, and is reusable!
BRYTONPick – FLOSS In Seconds Advantages:

• Convenient & faster interdental cleaning

• Reusable - up to 30 days, less waste, less environmental impact

• Germ resistant - flexible & thin stainless steel edges

• Portable – go anywhere credit card size carry-pouch

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Free From Origianal Sin

Yesterday Luz was baptised. It was a very nice ceremony, short, sweet, just us and small amount of family in the church. Baby girl tried to steal the book from the preist, had no problem with the holy water on her head. I bet she would have been happy with she could have sat in it! Anyways, here is a pic from the day. It was so nice too that she was able to wear Bonitas baptism dress.

Friday, September 30, 2011

My Signing Baby

Have you ever wondered how much your baby knows? I mean they come out as this little tiny living bean. What does their brain know? What does it understand?" Luz took my by surprise yesterday when she signed "milk" back to me. She just turned 6 months old, and i am in shock. I am so proud. We call it teta or tetita in our house (this is our nursing word) and you can even see after she does the sign, she TRYS to say TETA and she mouths it perfect, but now sound comes out. I know more signs are in the making! I am so excited for this journey with her.

Sams Club Pink Promotion Giveaway

I love to see big stores giving back. My aunt had breast cancer and I can not believe what a scary time it is for families. It is companies like Sams Club, and shoppers like you that can make a big difference. I am ready for my next trip to Sams club and will be looking for pink packaging so i can be sure that my money is helping to make a difference. I hope you will to!

Give back by purchasing your favorite cereal or snack! This October, by making simple everyday purchases at Sam’s Club, you can help support breast cancer education and research. Beginning September 19th, Sam’s Club stores will feature exclusive pink packaging on some of your favorite participating General Mills products in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

-For 5 years, General Mills has partnered with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Foundation to bring breast cancer support to local communities, and this year they are making their annual donation of $2 million to the foundation to advance breast cancer research and support education and community outreach projects.

-Purchase specially-marked General Mills products like Cheerios and Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies at your local Sam’s Club and help decide how half of that contribution will be donated by voting at from now until April 14, 2012.

-General Mills’ donations will be divided between two important Komen programs: the Treatment and Assistance Program, which assists women in securing care they otherwise may not be able to afford, and Prevention Research, which helps unlock the keys to preventing breast cancer. Voting results will be announced on Mother’s Day 2012.

Sam’s Club and General Mills through MyBlogSpark ia giving one of my readers a $25.00 giftcard to Sams Club! Contest end 10/20/2011

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Cloth diapers - 6 months later review

So I began cloth diapering at birth for Luz. I took pictures of her in various ones and now 6 months later, i have done it again to show everyone how they are. I the pictures together so you can see how they fit on a newborn and a 6 month old.
All NB pics are taken when Luz was first born or within a few weeks. She was not over 8pds in any photo
All 6 months shots were just taken at 15lbs 8oz and 25 3/4in

I will start with the Softbums. Alot of diapering mommas LOVE softbums. They can rave and use this as their only diapering system. For me, it didnt work. I always had leaks, adjusting the inner drawstring was a pain and I made a nice trade for some beautiful longies instead.I also did not like that the cover had a fleece inner. I like the option of wiping down my covers, rather that getting stinky fleece. I can honestly say I was going to make this my whole stash before luz arrived, and I am VERY happy i didnt!

GMD Orange Edge Prefolds for the newborn ROCK! I LOVE LOVE LOVE them. I have since sold them, but I now use the yellow edge and Those are amazing as well. Soon it will be time to upgrade to the Red edge. GMD are perfect width for the snappi. We were able to fit in the orange edge for 2 months or so and then i started to make the switch over to the yellow edge.

Here is the Yellow Edge GMD. These are my go to diaper at home. Luz still lays still for me to change her, which i am sure will change soon and then i might have to change my options. But for now i can get a really nice fold and they contain nicely, especially with a thirsties cover

This is a small Fluff and Stuff fitted. I dont use this much but I wanted to say it is awsome and has a great fit still. Its super trim, and after just pulling it out for the updated picture, I will probably keep it in rotation.

Newborn Muttaquin. If you are going to use fitteds i couldnt recommend these any more. I absolutley loved them. This was actually Loco's diaper from when he was first born. They have a snap down for the cord stump. This fit till about 12pds, but was as absorbant as i needed it to be.

This is the Grovia System. I have mixed feeling about it, but i guess I like it enough that I havent sold it yet. I like the look of the covers. They work great with their pod system or with a prefold underneath. I do not like the cotton on top, it leave the baby wet all the time. BUT i do think they have just came out with a stay dry top, which if they did is very awsome. They system is a bit bulky on a NB, but its a cloth diaper so dont expect more! I used the covers with a prefold more at the nb stage, and now we use the snap in inserts. I love that i can go out with 2 covers and 5 pods and i have enough diapers without filling my diaper bag.
Grovia WITH snap-in

Grovia as cover over orange snappi'd GMD

Grovia with Snap-In

Grovia with GMD prefold

Here is the Grovia AIO. These are nice. They are so cute to see under dresses. Again, I have mixed feeling. I do take them as a go out diaper as well, but still, I dont know if I LOVE them. They are not stay dry either and i have had a bit of leakage.

Thirsties covers. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the thirsties cover! They are perfect for newborn and baby alike. I NEVER get leaks and trust them to the fullest. This is the size 1. IT still fits luz 6 months later. Cant beat that. I have to say that i DO NOT like the snap covers. they really just sit in the drawer cause i can never get a decent fit with them

Both are taken over a gmd orange prefold.

6 months later, still size 1. Now over a GMD Yellow Edge

Now to sum it all up. I use the prefolds at home and the grovia for going out. I have a Sunbaby on the way which i cant wait to try. They are so cheap and get great reviews. I would also like to get my hands on some Fuzzi Bunz. I use to LOVE them when Loco was a baby so we will see. I am not sure what i will buy when i sell my Yellow edge PF, since that time is comming. I do like that for the money i can get 12 prefolds....12 diapers. BUT when Luz starts crawling it isnt always easy to snappi a prefold on a baby. I will have to try some more out. I wont be adding to my Grovia system, and will have to see how some more diaper trials go. I really am considering switching to a nice set of Fuzzi Bunz.I have never tried the one size but would like to.....