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Thursday, October 28, 2010

3 AM Naturals review

If you haven't heard yet, you will quickly learn that I have a huge wool fetish when it comes to diapering!  When I started wool I used left over lanolin cream from breastfeeding for cleaning but when it comes to really getting them clean it would take awhile.
So when I heard that Audrey from 3AM cloth diapers started making her own wool bars I had to try them!  They are so simple to use, even for those who are still hesitant on using wool.  You fill your bathroom sink with cool water, dip in the wool, turn it inside out and scrub.  If you have any deep dirt spots on the front, feel free to give them a little rubbing as well.  Them place them back in the water to sit for 10-15 minutes, drain the sink and towel dry your wool.
The scents are wonderful and light so that if you have a sensitive baby like mine it doesn't bother them.
The lanolin is already in them so it is a one step washing and lonolizing that will baby your hands while it babies your favorite woolies!
The bars also come with these cute wet bags so you can easily store your bar away from wondering hands.
I have 10 samples for the first 10 woolie orders starting the 1st of November!  Hurry and get yours before they are gone.  I've also been told some of the samples have discount codes inside them...I haven't checked to see which ones so it will be a mystery to me as well on who gets them!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Princess Supplies Review

My daughter standing next to it to show scale. 
I've known Lynnel for awhile now and she makes the cutest hair bows.  One of the things she makes are tutu bow holders...which with my daughter is turning out to be a necessity!  So I had to order one and try it out.  She was wonderful to work with and customized a design to fit my needs.

There are loops on the tutu section to hang the many headbands, which are easy for her to get in and out, but not so easy her 1 year old brother can get them out (which is awesome!)  The top has ribbon wrapped to allow for many styles of hair clips to hang so that all can be seen during decision time. 

She also makes them with the tutu area being just for the hair clips and the top plain, and can make them in any color combination you desire! 

Check her out on facebook: Princess-Supplies

*I was not paid for this review nor did I receive anything for free.  This review is my complete unbiased opinion. 

Sunday, October 17, 2010