This is a really great sippy cup for transitioning from bottles, and so far it's the only sippy cup my daughter will drink from. I got one for my daughter from my local grocery store for around $5 which is a really great price compared to some of the other brands around here which are around twice the price for a single bottle.
I've always had to deal with dry, itchy skin, and so far this brand seems to be one of the better ones that I've found so far that isn't really expensive. The only con I have is that it seems to take while before the lotion sinks in and isn't so sticky/tacky.
I absolutely love these diapers. Not only are they a really great deal compared to other diapers, but they're one of the few brands that I can use that doesn't seem to leak. I also really like that you can get large boxes of them for a better price than most other diapers that have less in them.
I don't know what it is about this product, but my little girl absolutely loves them and funny enough, so does my husband. Anytime I get these things out, my daughter instantly crawls over to me and starts trying to shove her hand into the container to grab some.
Similac is one of the couple of formulas out there that my little girl doesn't spit up. The price is generally pretty decent, and it's really great for people who are transitioning from breastmilk to formula.
I got this in a monthly beauty bag and was pretty impressed with just how great it works. My lips are really dry and chap easily, but this stuff make my lips feel so moisturized and it seems to help heal them pretty quickly as well. I'm completely hooked.
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I really love how this foundation feels on my skin compared to others I've used and it's great at covering redness, however, it picks up all my texture and dryness so it doesn't look that great in me sadly.
From the start, Pampers was the brand I had intended to use for my little one but in the end I ended up having to go with another brand. For some reason, pampers seem to fit kind of small on my little girl. The other issue I had was that she seemed to have some sort of reaction to them, but this was the only brand she had issues with so I'm not sure what caused it. For the little time that we used them before realizing she was having a bad reaction to them, we constantly had issues with leaks as well.
From the start, my little girl seemed to have some sort of acid reflux and I struggled with her getting really fussy after eating because of it. Eventually I talked to her pediatrician and she was the one that recommended gripe water to me and it's been such a game changer for us and has helped our little girl a lot. Not only does it help with that, but it also helps her anytime she has a tummy ache or is a little backed up. I swear this stuff helps with just about anything.