Nano Clothing Review

Shopping for clothes for two cool little dudes can be tricky. Everything I find for my 2-year-old has trains or puppy dogs on it, and everything for my 9-year-old has sports brand logos or gaming stuff. While that’s all fine and dandy, we prefer something a little cooler, a little trendier, something with a little more ‘chill’ style – and that’s just what I found from Nano.

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7 Tasty & Healthy Road Trip Snacks For Kids

Doesn’t it seem like every time you hop into the car for a long drive or road trip, the kids are suddenly hungry? It doesn’t matter that they just had lunch, they’re going to want a snack. Instead of falling into the trap of going through the drive-thru at the nearest fast food joint, do a little planning ahead. By doing so, you’ll ensure healthy and delicious snacks are on hand – and you can make sure they won’t ruin the upholstery!

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6 Cleaning Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier

Cleaning is just. so. fun. I get that there are people out there who do enjoy it, and that’s cool, but I’m not one of them. There are a million other things I’d rather be doing. Fortunately, I’ve come across some clever little cleaning hacks that will make getting the room spic and span much simpler. Here are six cleaning hacks that will make your life easier.

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What is Breast Milk Jewelry and Keepsake Jewelry Anyway?

When someone first hears that I make breast milk jewelry and keepsake jewelry they often have questions. While many women are familiar with this type of jewelry and understand how special it is, there are others who aren’t and are intrigued. But when they learn about it, they fall in love with the idea…and I’m one of those women. What started as simply wanting to make a piece for myself, turned into an opportunity to make these mementos for other moms too through Milk Vine Jewelry. So what is breast milk jewelry and keepsake jewelry, who buys it and why do I make it? Let me explain…

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7 Ways to Trick Your Kids Into Eating Veggies and Meat

When you have picky eaters on your hands, it can be a difficult task to ensure they eat all the food groups. My toddler happens to be one of those picky eaters. While he loves cereal and most fruits, he seems to have this aversion to meat and veggies. Because of this, I knew I had to get creative in how I served his meals. In fact, I had to be more than creative, I had to be downright sneaky. My brain went into overdrive as I created ways to infuse his food with added nutrients. Here are six of the ways I’ve found to sneakily add veggies and meat to his meals.

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Review: Kids Learn Colors and Morals with the Fun Tales of Oliver Poons

Reading is such an important thing to do with your kids. Not only does it teach them, but it also helps their imaginations to grow as they are whisked away to magical worlds. That’s why I was delighted to have the chance to review two lovely books: The Adventures of Oliver Poons Dreaming in Color, and Oliver Poons and the Bright Yellow Hat.

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14 Bath Toys You Probably Have Around the House

My kids love bath time. Playing with bath toys is a great way to build fine motor skills and dexterity. The great thing is that you don’t have to spend a dime on them, as you likely have many around your house already. There’s also a simple trick for storing them that will keep your bathroom from looking like a toy tornado hit it. Here are 14 bath toys from around the house, and a simple and clever way to store them.

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Messmatz Creativity Mat from PlaSmart Makes for Easy Cleanup and Saves Your Sanity

As any mom of a toddler will tell you, these kids are messy. It doesn’t matter what they are working on, they will be messy. So, when PlaSmart asked if I’d like to review their Messmatz Creativity Mat, I quickly jumped at the opportunity. By the looks of it, I thought this nifty mat could save a lot of cleanup time. And boy was I right!

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