An inside look at some of the things I’m diggin this month:
This thing is cracking me up. We’ve all been there, watching a nasty nose get wiped across a perfectly clean shirt. The Sneeve (sounds like something out of the Lorax, doesn’t it?) is a soft, stretchy arm band worn over a shirt that reminds kids to sneeze right there and then catches the goop. It’s disposable and meant to last for the entire day. For snot-nosed kids aged 3-8. Made in the USA!
It’s January and you got what feels like 9,000 holiday projects back from school. I’ve written about this before (and even went on CNBC’s Power Pitch to talk about it.) Sign up, they send you a box, drop in months worth of artwork (even 3D stuff) send it back to Plum Print with a prepaid label. You’ll get a cool coffee table book back in return. Highly customizable. You can also chose whether you want the originals back or not. Click here to check it out. Made in the USA!
Did you know babies in the third trimester of pregnancy can hear and recognize the voice of their mother and fathers and remember them after birth? (Probably, because you Googled it.) This adorable book, Can’t Wait To Show You, molds to your pregnant belly as you read it to your unborn child. Bonus: cute baby shower gift topper idea. Made in the USA!
I’m always on the hunt for new
daytime pajamas yoga clothes that are different than what everyone else is wearing. (AH-CHOO! LuLu. Jessh. Excuse me.) This company makes their products in Massachusetts (Made In The USA!) The material is sa-weet (read, your ass looks good in ’em) and they’ve got fun designs to boot(y). I mean just check out this picture of me in them:
Disclaimer: This is not me.
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I went to a birthday party at a bouncy-house place this past weekend. I got burned so badly going down a 90 foot plastic slide wth The D Man on my lap I wanted to scream out loud. KidZone now owns a layer of my elbow epidermis. (Read how I feel about bouncy-houses places, here.) I’ve always been a fan of Maduka honey for medicinal purposes (my kids call it ‘Baduka Bunnies!) and this salve is the only thing that made me feel better:
I rarely put on lipstick. I like to be able to smother my babies in kisses whenever I can. But when I’m without them I like a little bit-o-color, especially in Winter. I’ve been loving Burt’s Bees lip crayon in Niagara Overlook. Just the right amount of color. I don’t even mind when Miss P. experiments with it because it’s made from all natural ingredients.
Did you know the new trend is hair tattoos? Neither did I until I read it in People Watch magazine over vacation. I picked some up the other day, and OMG they are SMF. I know. That’s not a thing. So Much Fun. These are so…much…fun.