I love finish powerball! First, its easier to use than powders or liquids and there is less mess. The plastic casing inside the box closes back up to keep the packets "fresh" and all in one place (won't be spilling around in the cupboard). We live with very hard water and finish powerball is the only detergent that doesn't leave a terrible white film on our dishes. The rest of the dish detergents cannot stand up to finish...or to the hard water here. Great product
Tide pods are super handy. Its so easy just to grab one and throw it in the wash. And that little pack seems to do the trick. I love the container they come in too. I only rated it a b because my clothes didn't smell amazing when coming out of the wash (clean yes, but not freshly washed smelling) and my husband felt his clothes weren't as clean). So I liked them and how easy they were to use. My husband prefers liquid tide.
I love downy unstoppable. They really do add a lot more scent to your laundry and keep your clothes smelling better longer. I hate doing laundry to find my clothes don't smell like they have been washed (odor free maybe, but they need to smell washed too). And you can add less pellets if you want it not to be so strong.
We have 3 of these floating around. I haven't set them up yet in our new home but I can say we do love them. The cans last about a month and are decently priced. They will chew up batteries every couple months, but you can use rechargeable batteries! I am a vanilla fan, my husband is more of a flower fan, but there are so many choices that we can always settle on one.
Yet another great product from Gerber. Helps baby to learn to self feed with a food that easily dissolves for babies just learning to chew as well. Plus they taste good. The zippered bag is easy to reseal and is the perfect size to stow in the diaper bag for outings. Can't complain about these!
I really dislike pull ups of any kind and these are no different. I prefer to just use diapers and help my child until we are going well enough to try underwear. They have a tendancy to hang off the rear of a child. They don't fit well. So if your child does have an accident, chances are its running down their leg or going up and out the back anyways. And if your child #2's in them while training...they will make such a mess and are not easy to roll up and secure like diapers. I say skip the pull ups. They are way too much money for the little bit of protection they provide. I wouldn't allow them in NY daycare because they are so unsanitary due to not fitting well and allowing waste to exit too easily
We used these for my daughter a lot in her infant days. She was constantly fussy and gassy. I'm not a hundred percent sure if they work, but its a relatively safe product and I didn't feel terrible at least trying to help her tummy with this product.
I love this! Its got the same advantages of being tear free as the original yellow soap. But it has an amazing calming scent. I'm not sure if it helped my babies sleep, but hey its worth a shot. It smells great and gets babies clean. What's not to love?
I do like these diapers. They are mostly leak free, they stay "closed" and the tabs don't let go easily. But from time to time the absorbent material finds its way out of the diaper and onto baby's bottom, which is never fun. They are priced very well, not too expensive, and work just as good as the more expensive brands