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Tag Archive: summer

Summer Babywearing
July 15, 2014 6:25 pm | by

Babywearing has been a lifesaver for me since my little one was a newborn. It has made my shopping trips smoother, has freed up my hands, and has allowed me to create a bond with my little one that is like no other. With that being said, babywearing during the summer months can sometimes be a little difficult. With high temperatures and humid weather it’s important to not only keep your little one cool, but yourself as well. Here are some tips for summer babywearing. Keep Cool. If you live in a rather warm climate investing in a lighter material

 
Thursday Giveaway: Fun and Free
July 2, 2014 5:56 pm | by

Flip is the ultimate summertime cloth diaper.  It’s convenient, easy-to-use and provides parents with more FREEDOM and flexibility on the go. With a one-size cloth diaper cover that’s compatible with three types of absorbent inserts (stay-dry, organic or disposable inserts), you have more options when it comes to cloth diapering — anytime, anywhere. This Independence Day, let’s celebrate cloth diaper freedom with Flip. We’re giving away a Flip One-Size Diaper Cover and a pack of Flip Inserts (in your choosing) to FOUR lucky people. To enter this week’s giveaway, just comment below and tell us how Flip Diapers provide your family with more convenience.  a Rafflecopter giveaway Eligible entries must be posted

 
Real Mom Talk: Homemade Orange Berry Yogurt Popsicles
June 23, 2014 7:44 pm | by

Homemade popsicles are on of my favorite things to make during the warm summer months. They are perfect for cooling off, yummy to eat, and a great way to get fruits and veggies into your littles one’s diet. We are avid homemade popsicle eaters around here, and today, I’m sharing our latest frozen popsicle recipe that we like to call Orange Berry Yogurt Pops. These pops are a great source of vitamins and antioxidants. You can find popsicle molds at almost any grocery store and online.  Ingredients: (This recipe makes about 6-8 popsicles)  1/2 c. Fresh or frozen blueberries 6 Whole

 
Real Mom Talk: Fun Family Activites
June 3, 2014 5:50 am | by

We recently went on a family outing and I spent so much energy, money and time planning this special event.  My expectations were so high of how much the kids would love it, but the reality was the trip was filled with a lot of drama. From getting everything organized and packed and all the kids dressed, by the time we got there, my husband and I were so exhausted.  It was a bummer trip.  On our way home we decided to stop at Starbucks and a local hair salon because my husband wanted a quick haircut.  I sat outside on

 
Thursday Giveaway: Go Free this Summer
May 28, 2014 7:29 pm | by

Summer is only three weeks away, which means VAY-CAY!  After spending weeks and months trapped indoors, there’s finally enough warmth and sunshine to spend time outside! But, if you’re stuck inside stuffing cloth diapers, it’s hard to find a few minutes to get out and enjoy yourself. With bumGenius Freetime, you will have more time to kick back and have fun this summer! bumGenius Freetime is an all-in-one style cloth diaper with built-in inserts, so you can say goodbye to stuffing! While summer is not quite here yet (we wish), you can get a kickstart on your relaxation with this week’s

 
Real Mom Talk: Springtime Activites
April 1, 2014 7:27 pm | by

Hopefully it’s starting to warm up a little bit wherever you are! Spring is finally here in most parts of the U.S. and winter is sticking around a little longer in others. I’m sure everyone is looking forward to the beautiful weather to get outside and have some fun! Here are a few fun ideas for spring: Visit a local park. You can have a lot of fun at the park around the corner! My husband and I each have a bike with baby seats on the back so we enjoy going on the bike trails with our kids. If

 
Real Mom Talk: Swimming with Cloth Diapers
July 30, 2013 11:12 am | by

If you’re anything like us, you might live near the pool, splash park, or sprinklers! As a cloth diapering mama, the thought of having to switch to disposables just for swim diapers grated against my conscience. But never fear, you don’t have to change your reusable diapering habits just because the weather is warm and you want your baby to stay cool in the pool! Here are my two favorite ways to cloth diaper for swimming season.  Cloth swim diapers. The Imse Vimse brand cloth swim diaper is not only reliable, but also comes with the option of buying a

 
Real Mom Talk: Celebrate Summer
July 9, 2013 9:03 am | by

Summer: the word evokes memories of long hot days filled with sprinklers, bike rides, day camp, and ice cream cones. And although the season may be reduced to mere nostalgia for us grown-ups, that doesn’t mean it has to lose its magic for the kiddos! Beat boredom with some of the activities below, before the lazy days of summer pass by! Take advantage of what your community has to offer. Many smaller municipalities offer summer concerts, movies in the park, kid’s fishing derbies, and other family-friendly events for the community. Check your town’s website or newspaper for a calendar of

 
Here Comes the Sun!
April 8, 2013 4:30 pm | by
Prepping Cloth Diapers

Spring is here and that means one thing – it’s time to freshen your cloth diapers with a little sun. Has your little one been trying new foods this winter and spring?  Blueberries and other foods can often leave a mark on your cloth diapers.  In winter, it can be difficult to remove stains inside your cloth diapers.  Sunning cloth diapers not only removes stains, but is a natural way to sanitize your laundry.  With spring upon us and more sunshine in most of our forecasts, now is the perfect time for your cloth diapers to catch some rays. To

 
Gardening With Toddlers
April 3, 2013 4:36 pm | by

It’s already warmed up enough here to start re-planting our garden. It wasn’t much of a success last year, but that doesn’t stop us from trying again! It’s been really fun to get outside with my kids now that they are both mobile toddlers who don’t need help walking. Their favorite activity when we’re outside is to watch what I’m doing and “help”. Fortunately, gardening is something that toddlers or preschoolers can participate in and even learn a little! Here’s how they helped me plant our garden and flowers: SeedsThe kids had a lot of fun looking at seed packets