Five, completely unrelated, favorites
#wiggydiggy only had bottles (of breast milk) at daycare. We nursed otherwise. When he hit 10 months, I was able to visit his daycare when he normally nursed and bottles went to the wayside. We tried a few other sippy cups, but he wanted to drink like a big boy. I bought these on a whim and never looked back. #wiggydiggy has never taken a bottle since.
If you're between sizes, size up. It'll shrink in the wash. (so in other words, learn from my mistake!)
Easy, breezy, perfect for summer.
I know, I'm super late to the dry shampoo game. BUT! I have never been able to use it before. My Ph was not compatible. (What I'm trying to say is I produced oil like it was my J.O.B.) As I've gotten older, I've noticed a change in my skin/hair/nail and decided to attempt second day hair. So far, I'm doing pretty good.
I tried every single brand that offered a travel size. Batiste and TiGi Rockaholic Dry Shampoo are the best. I prefer the price of Batiste over TiGi.
This oil came with my starter kit and I had no clue what to do with it.
My neighbor told me about using Frankincense in her face lotion to combat wrinkles and fine lines. Man, SHE'S RIGHT! I put about 30 drops in my Cetephil bottle, stirred it all up and apply as usual. The scent is so so faint, but after a week, I can see a difference in the texture of my skin. Smoother and easier to apply make-up. I'll keep you posted on more long term results.
Over the past few months I've stopped carrying my big purse and now use a small cross-body. While we go out and about, I leave the diaper bag in the car. The only time we really bring it in with us, is when we go out to eat.
But man, I love this bag. This was J's pick and he loves it as much as I do. It holds EVERYTHING and then some. This is now my carry-on when we fly. I wears like a cross-body, is washable and durable. As an everyday bag, this sucker is probably too big. Even we we've outgrown the diaper bag stage, this bag will be used often.