Wife and Mommy to my boys. Casual foodie who enjoys reading Food Network Mag & Rachael Ray Mag. Obsessed with all things Joanna Gaines and recreating my version of her style in my home. Love watching make-up tutorials on Youtube. Drinks Sonic Diet Cokes on the daily. Dry shampoo is one of the best inventions ever. Pinterest is my favorite time-waster :)
The price point is nice and I bought two boxes once because Target had a sale plus were offering a gift card with purchase. I returned the second, unopened box. My son was five months, size 2 diapers. We would put a fresh diaper on and put him in his bouncer/exersaucer toy and he would leak out and onto his clothes and toys. These diapers can't hold any liquid, my son would wake up soaked after sleeping six hours at night after a six ounce bottle. We had been using Huggies brand and immediately switched right back.
LOVE LOVE LOVE my Ergo. Absolutely worth the money. I had a Moby wrap for the first four months but at that point I felt like my son was sagging in the wrap so I splurged on the Ergo. I wore my son for every errand and excursion we went on until he was about 13 months and started enjoying his stroller. A must-have for airport travel- so much easier to put the baby in or take the baby out than a wrap (especially if you're traveling by yourself) and they actually stay asleep through the transition. The Ergo was an absolute life saver.
Love these; my son got one in the hospital and I was gifted a few more; it always worked for my son to calm him down. At three months we bought the 3-6 month paci (thicker/tougher silicone) and he loved that as well. At four months he gave up the paci but continued to chew on them till almost a year old due to teething. Baby registry must have item.
My son is almost two; I've never bought the Gerber Puffs in any flavor. My MIL has (she watches my son while I'm at work) and I asked her to throw them away and stop feeding them to him. The reason is that the 3rd ingredient on the majority of Gerber brand snacks I've seen is sugar or corn syrup. I'm not a healthy food guru but I want my son to eat well and there are too many affordable brand puffs with all natural and healthy ingredients out there to buy Gerber. As a first time mom I found it very disappointing; you're lead to believe that Gerber is a mecca of all things good for baby.
I like the way this smells (clean, but not overpowering). It works but I've tried brands I liked better. I would only repurchased if my preferred (Batise) brand wasn't available. I only wash my hair 1-2x a week and I used this on my 2nd, 3rd, 4th day hair to make sure my roots don't look greasy. I do need to say that my hair isn't what I would categorize as greasy so I could probably go without it until the 4th day of unwashed hair. I also use it for updos to give my hair more grip.
Love Gain, get stains out and smells awesome. I like that they offer scents beyond just "Clean" or "Cotton" since I'm never really a fan of those scents. There are cheaper detergents but I don't think they work as well as Gain.
Used this for about a month; there was nothing wrong with it but there wasn't anything special about it that made me want to keep using it. I didn't feel like it made my skin any better. Honestly, it is a forgettable product.
I love the range of Essie colors; they have the best nude and pale pink shades. What I don't like about Essie is that it is very thick but requires 3-4 coats to be completely opaque on the nail. I buy Essie time to time when they have a color I can't live without; but they aren't my go-to brand.
Worth the money; I use this palette on a daily basis. The last four shades I haven't used much because I don't really ever go for a dark or dramatic look; I have used them to go over an eyeliner and/or to add shimmer to eyeliner. I've never experienced fall out with this product and the shades last all day. I've had this pallet for six years. The "Virgin" shade I reached pan on after about a year- it's the perfect color for inner colors or highlighting.