Cloth Diapering, Pregnancy & Parenting Discoveries

December 11, 2018
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bINK’d Temporary Tattoo Earrings Review

bINK’d (see full line here), a “Mom” created company/product and truly the first of its kind offer temporary earrings that do not require magnets, stickers or glue! bINK’d is more than just “ear fun” because they can also be used on nails, face, baby dolls, race cars and more! Made in the USA with only kid-safe, FDA-approved, vegetable-based inks, bINK’d Temporary Tattoo Earrings are compliant with Consumer Product Safety Standards.  With collections for both girls and boys, they come in all sorts of unique […]
December 11, 2018

VTech Mobigo Touch Learning System Review

My Thoughts The VTech’s MobiGo (see it here) comes installed with the Touch & Learn Game pack which includes four games: Fantastic Forest, Shooting Gallery, Wild Fun and Ice Escape. For each included game, you get two modes of play – Easy or Difficult. You can download even more games by connecting the MobiGo to your computer using the included USB cable. The MobiGo’s system holds up to three downloaded games, or you can store even more games using the MobiGo Game Storage cartridge(sold […]
December 11, 2018

Writing To A Ghost Town? Whats The Point?

What’s the point, Jane?  Why did you start writing?  You know, I’ve asked myself this question hundreds of times in the past several months.  I’ve always been decent at writing.  I could always tell a good story.  I just never tried to write anything that wasn’t required by a class or that was going to be read by anyone other than myself.  I do not have a definitive answer to the question, just a few maybes. Maybe, it’s because I suck at taking pictures, […]
December 10, 2018

I Blame It On The Sweet Tarts!

After my recent car accident, I have some little nuggets of wisdom I would like to impart to you, my dear friends along with some general musings and probably a rant or two.  The kiddos and I were in a car accident a few months ago, thanks to some sweet tarts.  We are all fine.  The kids have been talking about it non-stop and it seems every five minutes, they feel the need to remind me that I endangered their lives, “Mommy […]
December 10, 2018

Strong Enough To Listen

Have you ever wanted something really really badly?  I mean really?  And I’m not speaking materially here.  I am speaking spiritually and whole life-ish?  I’ll tell you what I want and what I have been begging God for weeks to know. I want to know what my mission in this life is. I can’t help but feel as though I am destined for great things.  I hope that doesn’t sound grandiose or egotistical or any other non-flattering adjectives — great, non-traditional things.  I […]
December 10, 2018
“20 Cloth Diaper Laundry Detergents That Got Bad Reviews!” is locked 20 Cloth Diaper Laundry Detergents That Got Bad Reviews!

20 Cloth Diaper Laundry Detergents That Got Bad Reviews!

Here is a chart of my top 20 cloth diaper laundry detergents that got bad reviews! If you find it useful, please use the share buttons below so my many hours of hard work and research can be useful to as many cloth diaper mammas as possible. To See Other Specific Cloth Diaper Detergent Charts, please visit: Complete Alphabetical Cloth Diaper Detergent Chart Detergents Without Optical Brightners       Rating Image Detergent Brand  Name & Size Additives HE TEST ON ANIMALS […]
December 10, 2018
toddler broke my toilet

11 Somewhat Surprising Items Toddlers Break, Destroy, and Misplace

While my children have certainly slowed down their path of destruction as they have gotten older, there is still no shortage of things they have managed to destroy in their short little lives.  I’ve read numerous parenting magazines, and countless blogs, which are actually far more informative than those magazines but none prepared me for the random shit that toddlers can find and destroy.  At least my toddlers. 1.  Dual DVD players for cars.  You know, the ones that attach to the headrest? […]
December 9, 2018
Helping My Toddler Adjust To Older Sibling Starting School

Helping My Toddler Adjust To Older Sibling Starting School!

School: for some, a nightmare to even think about. For others, like yours truly, a prime opportunity to shove my extroversion down the throats of anyone within arm’s reach. That being said, from the time I found out what school even was, I couldn’t wait to go. The activities! The people! The socializing! It all sounded so fantastic to my three-year-old self. Unfortunately, though, my brother, only 18 months my senior, left me and went off to pre-school without me. I was […]
December 8, 2018

Marley’s Ghost and the Case of Mistaken Identity

I had the weirdest dream – EVER! So I’m sitting at home one night last week flipping through the channels, hoping against hope that I could find some program that wasn’t reality TV or the umpteenth rerun of a “Law and Order” episode. Having failed miserably at that enterprise, I reluctantly settled in to watch the rerun series “Dancing with the Levittown Stars.” All of a sudden I hear this rattling noise. It sounds like it’s coming down the stairs. My first […]