My daughter ate this daily from 6 months to 18 months. She liked it plain, or mixed with fruit. It's a good source of iron, which is important for babies' growth. You can mix it with breastmilk, formula, or whole milk, etc as they get older. A can would last us a couple weeks. It's a bit more than Gerber, but I felt it was worth it as it's organic.
These have been a great way to get my picky eater to get some veggies in, without her knowing it. And it's great for my toddler to eat on the go when we are out running errands. They range around $4.00 a box, and with only 4 in a box, they don't last long in my house. But most stores have bogo from time to time, and so we stock up! I love that it's all fruit and no added sugar.
As a mom, I am mopping our floor A LOT! I am sensitive to chemical smelling cleaning products, so this one with lavendar has been great. People compliment me on how great my house smells every time they stop by. And it gets my floor clean!
These were the first cloth diaper brand that I tried. They were very easy to put together (I googled how to prepare them for use, you are supposed to wash them before using) My child never had any sort of rash, or seemed uncomfortable. For overnight, I'd just add an extra pad inside the diaper. Plus the designs are adorable!
Sally Hansen nail polish is a good deal for the money. There are a variety of colors to choose from. We use the clear top coat before applying, and after, and that seems to really help the nail polish from normal wear and tear.