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Review #108: Fisher-Price Baby’s First Blocks

Fisher-Price Baby's First BlocksThe Fisher-Price Baby's First Blocks Shape Sorter is one of those toys that you feel like every child should have. My 2-year-old son has been behind developmentally for fine motor skills, so we purchased this shape sorter to help with those skills. I was amazed that even though he had some issues the… Continue reading Review #108: Fisher-Price Baby’s First Blocks

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Review #107: Suave Kids Conditioner

Suave Kids ConditionerMy 7-year-old daughter has beautiful long curly hair down to her butt. She loves it, except when it gets tangled. Luckily we found Suave Kids Conditioner when she was 3. She cannot wash her hair without using conditioner. This product has saved many an after-pool tangled mess. And it even smells really really good!… Continue reading Review #107: Suave Kids Conditioner

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Review #105: Melissa & Doug Hide and Seek Wooden Activity Board

Melissa & Doug Hide and Seek Wooden Activity BoardMelissa & Doug puzzles never let me down and the Hide & Seek puzzle at my in-laws house is no different. We purchased this over a year ago for my son to use when visiting his grandparents. Nanny says its always his favorite and he sits and… Continue reading Review #105: Melissa & Doug Hide and Seek Wooden Activity Board

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Review #103: Kidoozi Garden Fresh Fruits & Veggies

Kidoozi Garden Fresh Fruits & VeggiesMy daughter always loves playing with Kidoozi garden fresh fruits and veggies. They are super fun to pretend with since you can "cut" them and "peel" them as they are made in velcro attachable pieces. Each piece is made with so much detail. The peach has the pit on one side,… Continue reading Review #103: Kidoozi Garden Fresh Fruits & Veggies

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Organizing a “Home Base” for the School Year

 Organizing a “Home Base” for the School Year With the start of every school year I find myself overwhelmed with how to organize everything. There are homework papers, classroom newsletters, school memos, fundraisers, party invitations, spelling words, etc etc etc. The list seems to be never-ending. Over the summer I came up with the idea… Continue reading Organizing a “Home Base” for the School Year

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Review #100: Sage Spoonfuls Reusable Food Pouch

Sage Spoonfuls Reusable Food PouchWe were so excited to get these reusable food pouches from Sage Spoonfuls and the Guidance Guide last week! It has been crazy hot here over the last week so we made some fruit slushies to help keep my son cool. To say he loved them is an understatement. The pouch… Continue reading Review #100: Sage Spoonfuls Reusable Food Pouch