Monday, February 27, 2012

Udder Covers

Udder Covers is giving away one free cover! All you have to enter is "ONEFREE". It bring the $32 price to 0! You do need to pay for shipping, which is $11. That's still and steel for a very pretty nursing cover.

They have more selection on their site!

Carter's Has Some CUTE Things!

I love my boys! I do have to admit that looking at Carter's Bodysuit:

Makes me want to have a girl. It's so cute!

Mom Spotted is giving away a $50 Gift Card to Carter's. I never realized that Carter's sells things for kids going up to size 7! I thought it was just a company for babies. Such a great company!

Shoes for Toddlers

I liked soft soled shoes for my babies. Robeez stayed on their feet really well. When they get a little older and walk around more, you need shoes that can withstand rocks, sticks and cracks in the sidewalk.

UMI Shoes are durable and high quality! I didn't hesitate money wise with my oldest child; because I know the shoes I bought would be used twice. Now they are being used a third time with my nephew and they still withstand wear.

Mom Spotted is giving away a $60 Umi gift card!!!

Umi Bodi 35003 kids ankle boots

Thursday, February 16, 2012

I play. winterwear

New Age Mama is giving away a coat from i play. Winner gets to choose their favorite color and size.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Boobie Beanie

If you are not in a rush, these hats are very fun, funny and made by hand: Boobie Beanie.

Breastfeeding Campaign

I just love these ads found here. They are not in your face, but get the point across: Breastfeeding really helps.

Economic Stimulus Packages - June/July 2009 Fit Pregnancy

The ad relates to the economic stresses.

The ad copy reads:  “Breastfeeding boosts your bank account and your baby’s immune system, saving you on hospital visits, doctor’s bills, medicine and missed days of work.  It could also save billions on health care costs.  Is your hospital, physician, employer and insurer doing their part to help you succeed?  Let us help you find out at” 

August 2009 "Life Saving Devices"
Life Saving Devices - August 2009 Mom & Baby Magazine
The value of breastfeeding and donor milk. In the hospitals they refer to breastmilk as liquid gold. It is preferred for infant emergencies.
The ad copy reads:  "Every day and in emergencies, breastfeeding saves lives. Planning on nursing? The night crew can make for smoother sailing. Get a support group. Get expert lactation help. Make sure your hospital, physician, employer and insurer are doing their part to help you succeed. We'll show you how at"
The Miracle Isn't the Bra - June 2010 USA Today's Pregnancy and Wellness Report
The ad copy reads:  "The miracle is you and the milk only moms can make. Whether you breastfeed, use donor milk, or neither, finding the right support can make all the difference. Best for Babes will cheer you on and help you navigate the "Booby Traps" – the barriers that keep moms from achieving their personal breastfeeding goals. We'll also point you towards trusted WHO-Code compliant resources that protect your feeding decisions. Let us help you get started at"
Click here to order any of  the posters above.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Guest Post - Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog

Hi! I’m Heather. I am a mesothelioma cancer survivor (one of the 2%). I guest blog on the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog

When my daughter Lily was just 3 ½ months old, I was diagnosed with mesothelioma.  As any mother would, I knew I needed to fight to be part of the 2% of people who survive this disease. It took a lot out of me, including having the most extensive treatments, and missing the 6th month of Lily’s life while I was in Boston for surgery.

The reason I blog about my experience is to help other moms who may be going through a similar situation to my own.  It is important to me to serve as a means of inspiration and hope to those who need it. 

Visit Heather's blog to learn more about Mesothelioma Cancer. 

Mesothelioma victims can get help with their legal and compensation options at Mesothelioma Lawyer Center

For more help call: 800-793-4540.