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Tips to Make Sure Your House is Ready for Winter

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Can you believe today is the first day of winter? Here in Michigan we've experienced extremely warm weather compared to the usual over the past several weeks. We've only had one snowfall and the rest of the time we've seen temps between 40-60 degrees.  Normally by this time in December we've had several snowfalls, the temps remain below 30 degree and the kids have been sick a few times. It's been a rare month or so, for sure. Now that winter … [Read more...]

Gear Up for Cold and Flu Season with Boogie Wipes #NannyNoseBest

Cold and flu season is here whether we like it or not. My girls have been sick twice in the past three weeks. It's not been fun. One must have item in this house for cold and flu season is Boogie Wipes. They work amazingly well and keep the kids from ending up in tears because of sore noses! Check out the #NannyNoseBest video and enter the contest hosted by Boogie Wipes!   After you've checked out the video enter for a chance to win … [Read more...]

Keeping Baby Warm and Safe with Merino Kids Baby Sleep Sack

Baby Sleep Sack

When it comes to winters here in Michigan it can get pretty cold. This winter and last winter have been two of the coldest winters I can remember. With Annie being only 11 months old I still won't put blankets in her crib so I am thankful for Merino Kids Baby Sleep Sacks that we were sent for review to keep her warm and safe! The Merino Kids Baby Sleep Sack is one of the best sleep sacks I've ever come across. The inner is made from … [Read more...]

Warm Up This Winter with Caza Trail Coffee #MC

Caza Trail Coffee

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Sturm Foods, Inc. I received a promotional item and product samples as a thank you for participating. We just got our first big snow of the year here in Michigan this weekend. Hubby, the coffee drinker in our household while I'm pregnant, was outside clearing not only our driveway and sidewalks, but he also did two of our elderly neighbors' driveways and sidewalks. I had the … [Read more...]