Thursday, October 31, 2013

Pampers Daylight Savings Sleep Tips and Giveaway #PampersSleepChat #DDDivas

Disclaimer: This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.

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Daylight Savings time is just around the corner. If you are anything like me, you know that the time change turns your families sleep routine upside down. If you have a child in diapers in your home, you also know that it means you need a quality diaper to make it through the long dark hours of Daylight Savings. With a child in home home that has diagnosed insomnia, I personally dread this time of year.

I really only wanted to provide a few tips to help other mother's out there. Unfortunately, I could not eliminate any of the ten tips, I think that they all have the potential to help mothers out there with children that are 5 months and older.  Not all of them will work for my daughter or son, but they may benefit you in some way. So here they are:

            10 Daylight Savings Sleep Tips for Baby

By Kim West, LCSW-C, Sleep Lady Solutions, LLC,  copyright 2013 

Daylight savings time ends on Sunday, November 3rd at 2:00 a.m. Most of us will be rolling our clocks back an hour, which can cause sleep problems, and in many cases, early rising. This is common due to the simple fact that once we fall back, 6:30 a.m. suddenly becomes 5:30 a.m., but there are things that you can do to adjust to the time change gradually so that your children do not need to make a large adjustment. Please note that the following advice pertains to babies 5 months and older. Babies younger than 4 months do not have fully developed sleep patterns. Older toddlers and preschoolers may be able to make that hour jump right away away IF they are well napped and already well rested, and therefore may not need to be gradually migrated for the time change.

To help your family make a smooth transition, here are 10 tips that you can implement starting now to make a smooth transition as we fall back one hour:

1.      Many parents dread this time change as their children will be waking up even earlier, and previous early rising issues can become big problems. To help make ensure that your baby’s sleep doesn’t go completely off the rails, make a slow transition.  Make a point to slowly adjust your child’s bedtime and naptimes an hour earlier, just 15-30 minutes a day for a few days before daylight savings ends. This way, your child will already be adjusted to the time change.  While you’re adjusting naps and bedtime, make sure that you also adjust mealtimes in 10-15 minute increments to help ease the transition.
2.      For children under 4 years old,  its essential that  we  make naps a priority this time change. Quality nighttime sleep is dependent upon good daytime sleep. Make sure that your children are well-napped during the day so that when the time change takes effect having a later-feeling bedtime isn’t as much of an issue. Between naps, make sure that your children are exposed to plenty of natural light; open the curtains, take an afternoon walk, or just play outside. To help your children adjust, about 30-45 minutes before naps and an hour before bedtime. Close the curtains, dim the lights and follow your soothing sleep routine. If you find that your baby is still having trouble with sleep even after a good day of naps, you may need to temporarily add a third late-afternoon nap, of no more than 45 minutes to help make sure that your baby isn’t overtired at bedtime.
3.      To help your baby sleep more soundly, consider installing blackout curtains and using a sound machine. Although the days are getting shorter, there may still be some natural light present, especially in the morning as well as noise when you put your baby to bed. To mitigate these, install blackout curtains and use a sound machine to help buffer outside light and sound. Black out shades are great for children with early rising issues, which is often a problem after the fall time change, especially if your child was already getting up before  6:00 a.m.
4.      While preparing for the time change (and after), use dramatic wake up to help your children adjust to the change. It’s entirely possible that after the change your baby may be waking earlier than normal. If this is the case, keep your baby’s room dark and quiet, and use a gentle method to encourage your child to go back to sleep; you may need to check on your baby and reassure that all is well, and remind them that it’s not quite time to wake up. At this point, you can either sit on a chair near the door or leave the room and do timed checks. If your child is over 2.5 years old, I recommend that you purchase a toddler clock or wake up alarm that signals them when its time to get up and start the day, as this will help your toddler stay in bed (and hopefully fall back asleep) until  at least 6:00 a.m., at which time you open the blinds and make a big deal of “good morning”. Make sure that you expose your baby to lots of natural light first thing in the morning to help reset his circadian rhythm to coincide with the new time.
5.      Watch your baby’s wakefulness windows. Children have a limited window of wakefulness (the time that they can be awake and alert without meltdowns) between naps and bedtimes. Make sure that you watch your baby for sleepy cues carefully. Make sure that you’re changing your baby’s diaper right before your child goes into the crib for naps or bedtime. Keeping your child dry will help to prevent unnecessary night awakenings, and help to ensure a happy, well-rested baby the next day.
6.      Get outside. It’s getting colder, so bundle everyone up and take a morning walk, just 20 or 30 minutes to make sure that you and your baby get some sunshine, which will help your circadian rhythm adjust to the time change. If you can’t manage a morning walk, make sure that the blinds are open as you start your day, and keep them open up to 45 minutes before nap and bedtimes to help your child adjust to the time change.
7.      Stick to your flexible schedule. If you always have breakfast at 8:00 a.m., then keep your schedule, but make sure that you are following it according to the time change. You can start slowly adjusting your daily schedule forward in 10-15 minute increments 4-5 days before the time change. So if you normally have lunch at 11:30, on Wednesday, have lunch at 11:40, on Thursday, move lunch to 11:50 and so on. The same goes for naps and bedtimes. The idea is that when the time change takes effect your child’s circadian rhythm, or internal clock will already be in sync with the change.
8.      The end of daylight savings is a good time to make sure that your child’s bedtime is age-appropriate. Infants and babies do best with a bedtime between 7:30 and 8:00 p.m. Later bedtimes have shown to have a negative effect on children’s attitudes and their ability to focus, and can result in instances of early rising. If you find that your baby has been going to bed too early or too late, take advantage of the time change to gradually shift bedtime (back or forward in 15-30 minute increments over the next week).
9.      To ensure that your children know when it’s time to sleep, rely on your established soothing bedtime routine. Routines are comforting for children, so make sure that you keep your baby’s routine the same, although you will be starting it a bit later due to the time change. Make sure that you are changing your baby’s diaper right before you tuck them into the crib to help prevent wet diapers at night and unnecessary nighttime awakenings. If your baby often has diapers that leak during the night and require a change, please make sure to use overnight diapers that can keep your baby dry for up to 12 hours to help limit your baby’s sleep disturbances.
10.  If you do have  a child who is getting up before 6:00 a.m., make sure that you respond to early risings quickly and consistently. Although you may sail through the time change, some babies will have trouble with early rising for a few days. Respond to these awakenings quickly, gently resettling your baby so that sleep comes easier. Be careful to make sure that your baby is actually awake before you go help, however, as you don’t want to create a new sleep crutch which would cause your baby to rely on you to get back to sleep. Remember to utilize dramatic wake up once 6:30 a.m. rolls around!

If you do nothing else to prepare for the time change, make sure that your children have had adequate naps in the days leading up to the time change, and help to prevent unnecessary night awakenings by putting your baby into a clean, dry diaper right before you settle them into the crib for the night.


Here are some facts about Pampers Baby Dry Diapers:

_ Pampers Baby Dry are available is sizes 1-6
– An “Ultra Absorb” core to cover up to 95% of overnight loads.* 
_ 12 hours of overnight protection
– Our most absorbent Baby Dry ever (sizes 2-5) with a 15% increase in capacity.
– Three layers of absorbency vs. two (the amount found in ordinary diapers).
– A longer absorbent area and new, fun graphics.
– Snug, stretchy sides, colored tabs and a belted design to reassure parents that the diaper will hold up.
Join the PampersSleepChat on Twitter 11/7/2013 and chat about how the end of Daylight Savings Time can affect sleep patterns & get tips on easing the transition from The Sleep Lady, Kim West.
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Saturday, October 26, 2013

Infant/Toddler costume Review

Disclaimer: I received the product described below free of charge to facilitate this review. All opinions are by own.

With Halloween right around the corner, there could not be a better time to test out costumes, so when I was given an opportunity to review an infant/ toddler costume, I jumped at the chance.

Costume Discounters has an extensive choice of infant and toddler costumes.
I chose to review the Pinky Winky Infant Costume since I have a couple of little monsters running around my home.Once the costume arrived, I immediately opened it and started to play dress up with my 5 month old. That is what everyone does right?

Once I pulled the costume out of the package, I was immediately impressed with the quality. Some of the costumes that I have seen lately in retail stores have been just simple T-shirts and thin pants or tights. The Pinky Winky Infant costume is not either of those. It is made of a nice fluffy material and was decorated as I expected. The only thing I noticed, is that the costume needed a good shaking before actually putting it on my child to get off the loose fuzz, but that was quick and easy to resolve.

The feet of the costume are designed to look like little monster feet but the actual pads on the bottom are made with gripping material to keep your young child from slipping.  I think my favorite feature of this costume is the velcro openings. The back has a smaller velcro piece that opens up to allow for easy application over a child's head. There is also velco pieces along both legs to allow you to easily put the costume on a child or quickly change a diaper without removing the entire costume. 

Did you know monsters had dimples?
The Pinky Winky infants costume is just as cute on my child as it is shown on the website directly. I could not have asked for or picked a better costume to fit my little girl's personality.

Just in Time for Halloween Build-A-Bear Lucky Kitty

Disclaimer: The item specified in the post below was provided at no charge. All opinions are my own.

 Who doesn't love to go into a Build-A-Bear with a young child to allow them to create a build a new friend of their own. Just in time for Halloween, Build-A-Bear Workshop has released a new line of characters and costumes for your child's special friends.

One of the new characters is Lucky Kitty.  She is a soft and furry black cat that is wonderful for any occasion, but made even better for the fall Halloween season. You can dress up Lucky in many new costumes or purchase her directly from Build-A-Bear with special accessories for the season.

I received the Wonderful Witch Lucky Kitty and was so surprised to see her accessories. I knew that she would be perfect for Halloween, but she is so adorable with her little kitty purse and sequin shoes. I was almost afraid to pull her out of the box. Then I decided to play kitty dress up!

Look at Lucky Kitty is her witch costume! She is now cute, fluffy, and in a witch costume. I am now convinced that Build-A-Bear was designed for kids of ALL ages. I have had so much fun dressing up my lucky kitty.

All of the items that came with my Wonderful Witch Lucky Kitty are high quality. The cute little sequin shoes have paw prints on the bottom of them. 

The new Wonderful Witch Lucky Kitty Accessories include:
  • Black and Orange Wig
  • Black Cat Tote bag
  • Sequin Shoes
  • Witch Dress
  • Headband with witch hat

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Chance to win $250 From Invino Inclub

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Invino for Markerly. All opinions are 100% mine.

After a long week of working two jobs and taking care of my kids, I look forward to a little quiet time to relax and unwind. I also look forward to some social interaction with my friends. Even though my everyday life does not allow much time for myself, I manage to squeeze some time in once in a while.

Enjoying a nice glass of wine is one way that I have found allows me to unwind a little from my bust schedule and socialize with my friends. What I have found is that I am not the best at picking out high quality wines that my friends and I all enjoy. With so many blends and years, I often find myself at a loss in the wine aisle.

Here is where the inclub comes in. Invino inclub is a wine club with a twist. You can set up a budget and a delivery schedule. The best part, you can change your preferences at anytime! There is a quick easy quiz to help guide you through some of the wines that you may enjoy.

When you sign up to choose your delivery and budget options, you can also select the varieties that you would like to include in your future shipments. You can choose by color, variety, and region of the world. If you are unsure, like I am, you can just select them all. Then just sit back and wait for your shipment to arrive. Don't worry, you are covered under a Palate guarantee. If for any reason the quality or taste of the wine is not up to par with your expectations, just contact Invino and they will issue a credit to your account for the cost of the bottle.


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn Munch and Movie MommyParty

 Disclaimer: I received free Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn in order to host the Werther’s Original®sponsored MommyParty. All opinions are my own.

I love to have my friend's over for a day of fun. So when I was offered a chance to host a Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn Munch and Movie MommyParty I was super excited.

 I do not know many people that do not like caramel popcorn or movies. I was thinking the combination of both should be a big hit. So all of my invites were sent out. In order to get ready for my MommyParty, I needed to make sure that I had everything prepared for party-goers of all ages.

For the kids, I used the Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn recipe for chocolate caramel clusters. It was super simple and adding chocolate to anything makes it taste even better!

The recipe (provided by MommyParty and Werther’s Original®)
Chocolate Caramel Clusters

12 oz of semi-sweet chocolate chips (*I used milk chocolate chips)
4 Cups of Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn
Sprinkles, shredded coconut or other toppings (optional)

1. Line mini muffin pans with paper cups.
2. Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave or on the stove top, stirring every 30 seconds until melted.
3. Place the Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn in a large bowl and pour the melted chocolate on top. Stir until well-coated.
4. Place spoonfuls of the mixture in the muffin tins and decorate with sprinkles or other toppings as desired.
5. Refrigerate for 20-25 minutes, or until set.

 Watch out for this recipe, it will cause you to eat chocolate covered caramel corn without even thinking about it! Now it is time for movies and Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn!

As all of my friends piled into my home and got settled into their seats, the popcorn treats were brought out for enjoyment. With the kids in a giant bean bag and the adults happy with a sugary treat, we all watched Soul Surfer. If you have not seen Soul Surfer, it is a very inspiring movie that is family friendly and worth while!

All of the guests at my party loved the Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn. It has a light buttery taste and that classic Werther’s taste that we all know and love. In fact,  we started the day with 11 bags of Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn (the 12th bag was used for the chocolate treats) and ended the day with a few little crumbs in one of the bags. Werther’s Original® Caramel Popcorn was a HUGE hit with my mommy friends and the children!

Friday, October 18, 2013

Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale Review

There is one item I usually do not have in my home... a bath scale I find that I am too chicken to buy one. I know that I am not overweight, I have the exact opposite problem. I have been told for years that I am too thin, so I am afraid to know. When I had a chance to test out the Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale I figured I might as well try it.

Since it has been a while (a long while) since I have jumped on a scale this was a pretty new test for me. I opened the box and was very surprised. The scale is very light weight and made of a thin piece of tempered glass. So thin that I was nervous to step on it.

Once it was on the floor I hesitated. Then I took the plunge. Even though the glass appears thin when looking at it, to my surprise, it is very sturdy. There was no need to hit a button and wait for a zero to pop up saying that it is okay to step on. Just step on, and your weight is posted within a couple of seconds.

The real test came with my husband. He stops every day while at work and steps on a scale. He tends to be very picky and loves to find flaws in everything. He loved the features of the scale. In his own words he said, " I like that it is sleek and does not look bulky." He also stated,  " I like that I do not have to trigger the scale and that I can just step on it to get my weight." Coming from my husband, those are very nice compliments.

The Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale has a nice digital display and can hold up to 400 pounds. For those of you that prefer to have your scale set to kilograms instead of pounds, you can change the units with the simple touch of a button.

If you are in the market for a nice high quality scale that is easy to read, accurate,  and easy to look at, I would definitely recommend the  Ozeri Precision Digital Bath Scale.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Win A Shopping Spree for Mom

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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Genie Bras Review

Disclaimer: I received items at no charge to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

For the last several years my daughter has struggled with finding a bra that fit and is comfortable. When I was offered a chance to review the Genie Bra, I was actually a little excited. I figured I would have my daughter test one and I would test the other. Boy was I wrong!

I allowed my daughter to pick the color that she wanted. So she grabbed them all. I had to chase her around to ensure that I received one to facilitate my honest review. After a few days, my daughter stopped me and said, "I hope you don't think that you will see any of these bras again." Um, what? She was so in love with the comfort and fit of the bra that I gave to her that she went and took mine too. So in all fairness, all of the opinions in this post are a combination of mine and hers and put into writing by me.

The Fit: The sizes are super easy to choose. The sizes are set to Small, medium, large, etc. Now if  you are a woman, you know that is not how we have shopped for bras....ever. Don't worry. They sizes are broke down in a way that is easy to understand. I ordered the size that I knew would work for me. When the bras arrived, I was a little scared since they appeared too small, but to my surprise, they did fit and fit well.

The Style: There are a couple of different looks to a Genie bra but the color offerings are expansive. The new fall color line has some great choices that will blend well under your fall wardrobe. The cut of the bras that I received has an appearance that is similar to some sports bras, with a pull over feature and wide straps. For my daughter, the wide straps were a plus because if they showed under a shirt, it just appeared like she was wearing a tank top under her shirt. Layering is in, right?

The Benefits: One of my biggest fears with a sports style bra is the lack of any lining. Genie has added a liner to the inside of their bras to ensure complete coverage. They have also managed to design the cut of their bra for full support without under wires that dig in under your arms or anywhere else for that matter. The color line is also a big plus. You can never go wrong with a color to match everything you own, right ladies? Finally, my favorite feature. They are washable! No need to hand wash, and lay flat to dry. That is heaven in itself.

If you need a comfortable bra or know someone that does, Genie has it. They are relatively inexpensive and in my opinion, well worth the cost.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomato Bruschetta Review

Disclaimer: I received the product in this review at no charge. All opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

I am always looking for ways to create a meal that is unique, simple, and relatively healthy. I recently had an opportunity to try Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomato Bruschetta and I was trying to find a creative way to use it that would look good in photos too.

I chose a nice simple way. I added the Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomato Bruschetta to a freshly baked loaf of rosemary sourdough bread. How could I possible go wrong by putting sun dried tomatoes on rosemary sourdough bread?

First I opened the jar of Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomato Bruschetta. As soon as the seal was broke, I could smell the sun dried tomatoes and my mouth started to water. I had to wait a few minutes after opening the jar to ensure that i could cut the fresh sourdough bread.

When I spread the bruschetta onto the bread, it went on like butter. The consistency of the bruschetta was ideal for putting it on bread. The olive oil soaked into the hot sourdough bread and the sun dried tomatoes spread easily on the top of the bread.

Then came the real test. I got to eat it! The flavor is a true Italian bruschetta. The sun dried tomatoes are distinct and flavorful. I was prepared to be overwhelmed by the sun dried tomatoes, but it never happened.

After trying the bruschetta, I immediately started to think of other ways that I could use it. I decided that my next endeavor will be to spread a thin layer on a focaccia and add a little parmesan or other light cheese and some sausage, pepperoni, or mushrooms.

Overall, I was very happy with the flavor, the aroma, and the consistency of the bruschetta. I know that not everyone like sun dried tomatoes, but if you do, this is a brand that you can feel comfortable picking up for a test drive in your favorite recipes.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Personalized Stationary Review

Disclaimer: I received the product discussed at no charge to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and have not been influenced by another party.

Over the years writing has become a lost art. When our children start school, we have to put in extra hours teaching them how to write their name and spell simple words like cat. As our children get older, we tend to give them laptop computers and iPads and writing personal notes becomes lost.
There is now a personalized kids stationary that will help keep your children writing.

I loved the designs that were available on the site and had a hard time choosing one.  I chose to review the monkey thank you cards for my 5 year old. First, he needs to learn to say thank you when he receives a gift and a hand written note is a great way to teach him that. Second, he loves to act like a little monkey when he runs around the house. These were perfect for him.

I loved that the cards came in a small bag to keep them neat and organized. It is a nice way to receive a personalized item. Much nicer than the typical plastic wrapping that you normally see on a set of cards or stationary.  These come packaged the way I believe a personalized gift should be wrapped. It looks less commercial and more personable. 

The card stock on the thank you cards is very nice. It is high quality and is ideal for a thank you card. Sometimes the cards that I find in the store are thin and somewhat flimsy. The Amy Adele cards are not flimsy.

Amy Adele stationary is the perfect way to have stationary items made for someone with a name that is unusual or that person that needs a creative way to send a personal note. 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Wicked Good Seafood from Gorton’s Review and Giveaway

Disclaimer:I was given coupons to try 5 products for free and review with my family. All opinions are my own and may vary from your own.

With kids running around and always needing food, I am constantly in search of something quick and healthy that my kids will eat. I know that I cannot make fish in my home unless it doesn't look like fish when it is cooked. My kids pick up on it right away. But they are totally okay with fish sticks. So I though that I would try a battered fish fillet to keep the kids and the adults happy.

Gorton's Seafood is a name known in most households. Most of us know them for their fish sticks and fish fillets but now they have added new and creative products to their line.  Their new line up now has tilapia, salmon, and shrimp. You can even find a grilled variety if you don't want a battered fillet.

I tried the Gorton's Beer Battered Fish Fillets. They were easy to prepare by placing on a cookie sheet and baking for 25 minutes. This made me very happy. All I had to do was remember to turn them half way through cooking to ensure an even browning of the batter.

They came out of the oven crispy, nicely browned and very hot. The bonus. they were not greasy at all. I set them at the table with some homemade coleslaw and the kids dug in. I was in shock! Ofcourse, they did smother their piece of fish in ketchup, but I cannot complain. They ate fish!

Gorton's is an easy way to add a little variety to your daily family meals without killing your budget and right now Gorton’s is running a Wicked Good Seafood Sweepstakes with the chance to win a family trip to Boston! If you are interested in entering then please go HERE to check it out.

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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Key Ingredient Recipe Reader #Review and #Giveaway

I recently was give the opportunity to try a Key Ingredient Recipe Reader at no charge in exchange for my honest review. Since I have a family full of food-o-holics this was the perfect item for me to review.

Not only does my entire family' s social content revolve around food, but we all believe that allowing kids to help in the kitchen is not only educational, but fun. Yes it can get messy, but what better way to keep your children involved in what you are doing and what they eat.

The Key Ingredient Recipe Reader is a great way to allow your kids to help. I know the last thing I want in my kitchen is a tablet since my kids are prone to spills and sticky fingers, but the Recipe reader is designed to be wiped off with a damp cloth. It also sits at an angle that keeps you from having to pick it up to see what the next ingredient is.

The recipe reader easily connects to the internet so you can add new recipes at will. You can even type up your own personal recipes on your Key Ingredient account to ensure that they are on your device when you want them. We have been having the best time finding new recipes to add to our Key Ingredient Recipe Reader and then testing them out in the kitchen.

If you have a family member that enjoys cooking but does not like all of the cookbooks piling up in their house, this is a great gift idea. It takes some getting used to, just like any new electronic device, but once you have it set up, it is the perfect kitchen gadget for any household.

Some features of the Key Ingredient Recipe Reader are:
  • Stores all of your recipes in one convenient location
  • Easy search feature to locate your recipes
  • Screen rotation for easy screen viewing
  • Ingredient substitutions 
  • Timer
  • Conversion calculator for proper measurements
  • Easy to wipe sticky finger prints off 
  • AC adapter for easy charging

I have an opportunity to give one Key Ingredient Recipe Reader away to a very lucky reader. This would make a great addition to your kitchen or the perfect Christmas gift for a loved one. You can enter to win using the Rafflecopter form below.

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