Month: November 2009

The Good Night Lite

This product is one of those items that makes you wonder “What took so long?” The Good Night Lite is an adorable nightlight that provides behavioral modification to guide your young child to stay in bed at the appropriate time and show them when it’s time to get up. For those that have very active

Percy, The Perfectly Imperfect Chicken

To make a good children’s book you need illustrations that catch the reader’s eye and an engaging story-line that holds the child’s attention. It seems an easy formula but it doesn’t always work out that way. There are those books that are just magical. All the elements are just right. Recently I was given the

Clementine Art

Clementine Art has shared some colors with Lily to see what she thought of their Soy Crayons. A set of 6 contains the colors of the rainbow; red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. The shape of the crayons conformed easily in her 8 year old hand and the side ridges helped her grip while

Ecostore USA

I’ve had the chance to try products from Ecostore USA. No Nasty Chemicals is their tagline and that drew me in. Do I want to wash the dishes my family eats from with soap containing nasty chemicals? No way. This dish soap contains Palm and coconut based ionic, non-ionic and anionic surfactants, Mineral hydroxide and

Five For Fighting

A tough day at work was swept away. A rough day with the kids was forgotten. And a couple was brought closer together. All this while at a Five For Fighting show. While waiting for the show to begin I was taken with the crowd. I’m used to seeing couples enjoying a night out, but

Oceana

If you would like your Holiday gift to continue to give after the wrapping has been recycled and we roll into a new year please consider checking out Oceana’s “Adopt A Creature” program. Oceana campaigns to protect and restore the world’s oceans. Recently they held an Ocean Heroes contest and found an inspiring story of

Busy People's Fast & Frugal Cookbook

It’s no surprise to anyone that really knows me that I am not the cook in our family. When I met my future husband, his love of cooking, and his wonderful ability with food, made him the clear winner in the kitchen wars. Now we’re married with 2 children, and he still does a majority