Monday, June 27, 2011

Monday Mommy - Nicole

Here is this week's Monday Mommy...Nicole.  Thanks, Nicole for participating in our Monday Mommy Series!  So great to hear your story! ~Laura~

Hi all, this is my first time writing a blog post, so please be nice :) My name is Nicole, I'm a stay at home mom to a 7 month old baby boy, Jimmy and a Navy wife to my amazing husband James. We are origionally from New Jersey but are currently stationed in Norfolk, VA. I have been married for 2 and a half years, to my middle school sweet heart :) I am a breast feeding, cosleeping, cloth diapering mom and I love it!

I couldn't decide on a topic to write about, so here's a little of everything. Originally I was going to talk about military and deployment, but even though my husband missed the birth of our only child I consider myself lucky in that area since he was only deployed for 4 months compared to the 7 months to a year that others are gone. But it was still extreamly hard for us, I moved to Colorado to be with my mom while he gone. For the most part my labor and delivery was an amazing expierence and I even got to talk to my husband while I was pushing and he heard Jimmys first cries! :) Brings a tear to my eye when I think about it. We were also featured on the Lifetime show "Coming Home" (episode 5 if you would like to watch me cry like a baby the whole time haha).

But I'm going to focus on diapering, I have been exclusivly cloth diapering since my son was born. I started researching it when I found out I was pregnant. I had never met anyone who used cloth and I really don't know why I thought about trying it. I mainly use pockets and AI2s, my favortie brand and most of my stash is Smartipants, I love that I dont have to pull out the insert but I find that now that my son has started solids I pull the insert before rinsing the diaper anyway so its not a big deal anymore.  I also love that they are made in the USA. My second favorite is gogreens. I like that they are less expensive ($8-$15) but I dont like that they aren't made int he USA. I also love tring WAHM diapers. I like most of the diapers I try but my least favortie has been Cutey Baby.

My husband is very supportive of cloth diapering, he's told all the guys he works with and has actually gotten a few of them to consider switching, or starting with thier newborns. I have had a few people in the family with negative comments but most of them think its very cool especially when they see thats its not pins and plastic pants. I haven't had anyone refuse to change him because he's in cloth, but for some reason my mom doesn't understand that if the white part (insert) is sticking out that his outfits will get wet lol. The whole expierence of cloth diapering so far has been positive and like most people who cloth diaper I am an addict! haha I have about 40 diapers in my stash and I think I have 5 diapers I'm expecting to receive this week :) They are mostly pockets 4 AI2s, 4 fitteds, 2 wool covers, 1 fleece and 1 PUL cover.  Hope I didnt bore you gals :) Thanks for reading!!

~I hope that you have enjoyed this week's Monday Mommy!  If you have questions for Nicole or any comments, please leave them below!  Remember, Monday Mommy is an outlet for Mamas to speak freely about their experience as a mama.  Questions and comments are encouraged, but please do not post negative comments as they will be deleted immediately.~

Wholesale Costume Club Review and Giveaway

A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to review a costume from Wholesale Costume Club.  I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to review this item since Miss A is into dress up right now.  She just cannot get enough dress up!

After a long debate with Mr. TMG, we decided on the Supergirl costume in a Size 2t-4t.  We were both so excited and could not wait for it to arrive and see how Miss A would feel about it.

When the package arrived, I ripped it open immediately to see what the costume looked like.  My first impression was how absolutely cute and adorable the costume was.  My second impression was the amazing quality of the costume!  The local super-center just does not have this quality of costume!

The top (navy blue) part of the costume is made from a plush velour feeling polyester.  It is so nice and soft to the touch!  The rest of the costume and shoe covers is made from a soft shimmery laminated polyester similar to that found on many cloth diapers!

And how do you get this get-up on a squirmy toddler?  Easy!  The maker of this costume designed it to easily go on to a child!  Simply pull the dress over the kiddos head, then Velcro the neck shut, Velcro the cape on, and Velcro the belt shut.  The shoe covers are an easy pull on with Velcro to secure the strap across the bottom of the shoe.

Now, the real test…what did Miss A think?  Well, let me put it this way…it has been hard to get her OUT of the Supergirl costume!  She loves it!  She comes down in the morning and immediately grabs it out of the bin and wants me to put it on.  Then I about have to tackle her to get it off for naptime and bedtime!

I have hand washed and line dried this costume 2-3 times.  It is still in perfect shape, with only a few loose threads here and there.  Stains and food washed off easily and it seems to be very well made!

Overall, I was very impressed with this costume from the Wholesale Costume Club!  It is well made, stood up to washing and wearing well, it is adorable, and best of all Miss A absolutely loves it!  I do feel that this costume is sized well (Miss A is a 2t/3t) and there is room to grow in the costume!  Also, since it is quality construction, I feel confident, that the costume will still be perfect shape come Halloween time.  Provided Miss A is still into Supergirl, this costume would be perfect!!

Total Stars:  ★★★★★

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Quiet Week

Hey Guys!

I do have one review and giveaway that I hope to get up this week...but don't expect too much noise from me this week!  Miss A's second (sniff) birthday is this week and birthday bash this weekend!  I have so much to do and I feel completely behind in getting everything ready!

On top of that, I have family coming from out of state to stay with us, so the house must be clean!  They are it will not be spotless!  But let's the get the food off of the kitchen floor!!!  I am really excited to see the out of state is actually my husband's family, but they are my family too!  Through a series of crazy events and just plain life, we haven't seen them since January!  YIKES!  So it will be nice to see them!

Please pray that the weather stays nice as we have an eventful weekend planned and Miss A's party is at a local park pavilion with a playground!  It will be long as it doesn't rain!!!

So if you are wondering why I fell off the planet...that's why!!!  (in my best terminator voice)  I'll be back!


Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Rearz Reviews and Giveaway

This post contains TWO Rearz reviews (the Flair and the Velour Fitted) and one giveaway!

Rears Flair Review

Small Fits 6-13 pounds and is 4-6-4 layers
Medium Fits 14-26 pounds and is 4-8-4 layers (this is what I tested)
Large Fits 27+ pounds and is 4-8-4 layers

Price Per Prefold:  ★★★☆☆  Depending on the size you need, the price does increase a little.  If you wish to purchase directly from the Rearz store, a price for 6 of these prefolds ranges from $29.99 to $39.99.  Which comes out to $5.00 per small, $5.83 per medium, and $6.67 per large. 

Absorbency:  ★★★★★ Like most prefolds, these are supremely absorbent and made of 100% unbleached DSQ cotton.  Paired with a cover (PUL, fleece, or wool) this made for an extremely absorbent and leak proof diapering solution!  When used at night, this prefold did hold with no leaks.  Although, the prefold seemed as though it was ready to burst at the seems with pee.  So I did end up putting an organic cotton booster between the folds just for added absorbency because who wants to have a wet kid in the morning!?  With the booster, I had no worries!

Ease of Use:  ★★★★★  My gosh this is an awesome prefold!  No more fiddling with pins or searching for your one and only snappi…this prefold snaps!!!  I LOVE that this diaper has snaps for easy on and easy off and you do not have to use another closure device!  It really takes a lot of the difficulty out of using prefolds!  This is where we all say in unison “why didn’t I think of that!?”

Overall, I really love this prefold!  The may be a little bit pricer than other prefolds, but not by much!  Plus, you are getting the added bonus of the snap closure!  I love the snaps!!

Total Stars 13/15

Rearz Fitted Velour Diaper

Small Fits 6-16 pounds
Medium Fits 14-24 pounds
Large Fits 25-42 pounds (this is what I tested)

Price Per Fitted:  ★★★★☆  I had to do a little bit of math on this one.  I could only find these fitteds for sale (here) in a package of 5 with a PUL cover for $68.23.  The PUL cover retails for $9.99.  That makes each individual fitted $11.65 – ish.  This is a great price for a fitted, and that is an even better price for 5 fitteds and a cover!

Absorbency:  ★★★★★  If I could give this fitted more stars for absorbency, I would!  My very heavy wetting daughter never once (not even at night) peed enough to leak.  Only at night did she even come close to filling the entire diaper.  Most mornings there were still dry areas!  This is seriously an amazingly absorbent fitted!  Of course this fitted (like all) is not completely water-proof and does require a cover.  I used this fitted with PUL, Fleece, and Wool covers…no problems or leaks with any of them!  This fitted it made of a luxuriously soft 100% cotton velour/terry that you just cannot believe how soft it is!  Even after many washes, this fitted is still the softest fitted I have come across!  Luxurious does not even come close!  Also, this fitted is made from Oeko Tex 100 certified dyes and fasteners so you can be assured that what touches baby is chemical free.

Fit:  ★★★★★ Since this is a sized fitted with aplix closure, there is nothing to adjust and you get the perfect fit every time.  The diaper has elastic around the waist and leg openings to fit nicely to baby and contain any leaks or messes.

Ease of Use:  ★★★★☆  As I said above, this fitted is a cinch to put on since it is an aplix closure and there is nothing to adjust.  The only complication that I found trouble getting all of this fitted under my OS covers.  I was sent a size large since my daughter is somewhere in the 25-27 pound range.  The fitted itself fit her wonderfully with room to spare, but because it is such a large size, OS covers just seemed to be too small to go over it.  I found that sized PUL covers, fleece, and wool fit best.  I would assume that the smaller sized fitteds would not have this problem.

Washing:  ★★★★☆  The fitted itself washes perfectly.  No matter what my daughter did, it washed well and all stains came out.  My only concern was that the laundry tabs always came undone in the wash and would of course create the dreaded diaper chain.  No matter what I did, the tabs came undone every time.

Overall Performance:  ★★★★★  I really loved this fitted.  It is extremely absorbent, luxuriously soft against baby’s bum, extremely well made, and fit well.  As long as you don’t mind the laundry tabs coming undone (or find a better way to stop them) and you have covers that fit over it, this is a dreamy fitted!

Total Stars:  27/30

See how the fitted just doesn't fit as well under the OS cover?  The Flip covers were better than other OS covers, but still.

To purchase direct from Rearz, please go here.  Or, Giveaway below!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Bamboobies Review and Giveaway

I did not realize when I started cloth diapering that a whole new world would open up to me.  I was living my life as normal, using disposable diapers, disposable nursing pads, paper towels, maxi-pads, tampons, etc and not thinking a thing about reusable anything.  Then I became a stay at home mom wanting to cut costs and my daughter became allergic to certain disposable diapers.  The world of REUSABLE opened up to me!  It all started with cloth diapers, but along the way I have found other reusable items that I would have otherwise never though of!

One of the items that I researched and came to love are reusable nursing pads.  What a wonderful idea!  Washable, reusable, soft, and let’s face it…it is just spilled milk…who could possibly think that is disgusting to wash?

One such maker of reusable nursing pads is Bamboobies.  First off, what a perfectly succinct and wonderfully descriptive brand name!  I love it!!!  Plus it is fun to say “I’m wearing Bamboobies!”

Bamboobies were created by a mom (who else could have thought this up!?) and were designed to be the most eco-friendly, invisible, and cost effective nursing pads on the market!  There are two kinds of Bamboobies, the regular and the overnights.  I was fortunate enough to be able to use the regular nursing pads.

Right from the package, I was amazed at the ingenious design and the amazing softness of these nursing pads.  They feel very “high class” and very well made.  It seems almost a shame to put something so nice under your clothes where no one will see.  The pads are made of three different layers; a bamboo and cotton velour layer (which is OH SO SOFT), a hemp layer to absorb, and a milk proof outer layer of Polyester with polyurethane to prevent leaking.

Also, you notice immediately that these nursing pads are a different shape than the normal round pads; these are an adorable heart shape.  While this does make the pads very cute, they are designed in this shape for a very important function.  By not being the traditional round shape, these pads are able to sit in your bra without bunching, sliding, and most importantly, without showing.  I always hated walking through the grocery store and some little old woman would point out that I needed to adjust my nursing pads that were bunching, rolling, etc.  Gone are those days (and so are my disposable pads).

So…the real test…they may be cute and soft…but do they work?  The answer, a resounding yes!  I did not have the pleasure of using these pads earlier in my breastfeeding journey when I was leaking more, but even at the end of my breastfeeding, there were still leak issues from time to time!  These pads performed wonderfully!  They absorbed well, did not feel moist against my skin, and were able to hold what they needed to.  If you are a heavy leaker, you may want to try the overnight pads!

As I said before, these pads are quality fabrics and quality construction.  After many washes, they are still just as soft, just as absorbent, and have held up perfectly.  Since the pads are not extremely dirty (it is just milk) and I wanted to make them last, I only hand washed and layed flat to dry.  I did not put them through the washing machine as I was afraid they would get lost or caught on something and ruined.

Overall, I am extremely impressed and in LOVE with my Bamboobies!  I think it is time for baby number two, so I can start this journey all over again…and I will definitely be buying more Bamboobies!!!

Total Stars:  ★★★★★

You may purchase direct from Bamboobies here and use coupon code “Goods20” for 20% off, or Giveaway below!

Monday, June 13, 2011

Monday Mommy - Harmony

Here is this week's Monday Mommy!  You may recognize her as one of the sponsors from our Facebook 1500/500 Fan giveaway a few months back!  Thank you Harmony for contributing to the Monday Mommy series!

My name is Harmony, and I am mom to 1 boy named Seth who is 3, and 1 girl named Abby who will be 1 on June 17 (*sigh*--they grow SO fast!).  I have been married to my husband, Dave, for 6 years.  We live in Western MA (right where all the nasty tornados hit last week--but thankfully we are all ok), and in addition to being a mom, I work a full-time job as a dental hygienist and also own Bobbles & Peanuts.  It is a very busy day, but I love every minute of it!

Oddly enough I write this on my last day of nursing Abby.  She is almost 1, and she has led the way in letting me know when it was time to stop breastfeeding.  It is bittersweet, but over-all I am happy that we were able to get in a whole year formula-free.  I wish I could say the same for the experience with my son.

Seth was born on May 21, 2008.  My husband and I could not have been any happier to be first-time parents.  I had made up my mind a long time before Seth was born that I wanted to breastfeed, but the reality of it and the thoughts about it are very different!  I did have some support, but none of my friends had nursed their babies, and the only other person who had a baby at the time was my sister-in-law who lives in California.  Everyone thought it was great, but no one really had any practical advice to be able to share with me.  What started off as me wanting to give my son the best nutrition I could and have a special bond with him turned into the most difficult thing I have ever been through.

Seth had acid reflux and a little bit of colic.  He would cry from sun up to sun down (thankfully he slept great, but it was a very long day) and was often in pain.  It took months to get him the right medication so he could be comfortable.  He never took to nursing.  We tried everything we could think of, read about, or were recommended by the lactation consultants.  What I know now and did not know then, is that some babies just do not take to breastfeeding--Seth was that baby.  To make things more difficult, I did experience some post-partum depression after he was born, and there were many nights that I just burst into tears for no reason.  The first few months are a haze to me, and that is still hard for me to digest.  I feel like so much of his early days are lost in my mind.

We spent many nights with both of us in tears.  I was so upset that my best intentions of having him on only breastmilk were failing, and he was upset because he was hungry and sick almost all the time.  He would not stay latched on, he fell asleep all the time, he always choked because I had so much milk it was shooting down his was awful for both of us.  After 4 long months I decided to stop nursing.  It was best for both of us.  I did pump for 3 more months, until I had so little milk left that I knew it was time to stop.  He was fed exclusively breastmilk for 5 months, a combination of breastmilk and formula for 2 more months, and formula only for 5 months.  My original goal was to get to 6 months of nursing, and after all the battles we had, I was happy that for 7 months he had at least some breastmilk--but as I fed him his last bottle of mommy's milk, I cried my heart out---I felt like I I realize that is not true, it is just how some babies are.  We still have an incredible mother-son bond, even if breastfeeding was not our "thing"!

We had our second child, Abby, on June 17, 2010, and again I made up my mind to breastfeed.  I had the same goal of wanting at least 6 months of nursing, but I had far less pressure on myself this time around.  I had a lot more information, a lot more support, and I knew that if she did not nurse, she would still be just fine (and so would I!).  I took the pressure off myself, and that made all the difference.  I also think that contributed to not having the same post-partum issues (at least that is what I tell myself!).

This was a whole different experience for me!  Abby took to nursing like she was an old pro!!  I was so relieved and a little thrown at how easy it was this time around vs. with Seth.  We never struggled!  She breastfed, she took the bottle when I returned to work, she never choked or had problems latching on---we never even had to think about going to a lactation consultant!  It was a wonderful thing to experience being able to feed my baby and have that different bond with her! 

She started cutting back on nursing at 10 months, when we cut down to 3 times a day.  She quickly dropped to only nursing at night, before bedtime.  The last 3 weeks she has been taking in next to nothing and just more cuddling than anything.  I think it was her way of telling me it was time to end our breastfeeding journey.  I am very happy to throw out my nursing bras, and I am thrilled that I can have a glass of wine with my dinner if I want, but I will miss that special time we had, and that look in her eye.  She always had a special smile while she nursed--she was so content to be there with me.  I know we will find something to replace that time in our own special way, and I hope I can find something to bring out that same content and peaceful smile.

~I hope that you have enjoyed this week's Monday Mommy! If you have questions for Harmony or any comments, please leave them below! Remember, Monday Mommy is an outlet for Mamas to speak freely about their experience as a mama. Questions and comments are encouraged, but please do not post negative comments as they will be deleted immediately.~

Monday, June 6, 2011

Monday Mommy - Jessica B. Part Two

Here is this week's Monday Mommy!  This is Jessica B. (you met her through Monday Mommy a few weeks back) and here is she is with her breastfeeding journey with her first child.  I love sharing breastfeeding journeys since everyone has a different experience; the good, the bad, and the ugly!  New mamas are nervous about breastfeeding and want so badly for it to be perfect.  Life is not perfect, in fact it is messy!  Sharing our breastfeeding experiences will help new mamas not be so concentrated on being perfect and know that being messy is perfectly normal!  Breastfeeding has its ups and its downs, and we need to be able to speak freely and support one another through those downs!  So here is Jessica with her Breastfeeding experience!  Thanks Jess!

My daughter was 14 months old when we weaned.  It was a sad but happy day. I was ready to have my body back.... I wanted it all to myself.  But oh how I was going to miss those days of snuggling and providing her something that ONLY I could give her.

I don't remember much from the first few weeks of our time together.  I do remember that she never nursed off of both sides in one sitting.  She would only nurse for about 10 minutes and then fall into such a deep snooze that there was nothing I could do to wake her up.  And thus I started pumping within days of coming home because I did not want my supply to be off.

Because of this my supply was always great and at least once if not twice a day my poor girl would get covered in a milk bath because she couldn't drink fast enough... hee hee  I remember the first time trying to nurse her in public.  My husband and I were shopping and I went into a fancy restroom in one of those fancy stores where they have couches.  It was an EPIC FAIL.  I remember trying to get her to latch on and she refused but was screaming with everything she had so of course I 'let down' and when I say sprayed, I mean I sprayed that girl with breastmilk.... trying to get her to latch on, holding her screaming body, trying to cover myself as other women were staring (some with sympathy, others with amusement, and others with disgust), and finally got myself put back together, picked everything up and rushed back out.  The look on my husband face was priceless.... it obviously did not go well since I was out in 5 minutes, my daughter was soaked from head to toe, and we were both still crying.  From that point on - we only nursed in the car where it was quiet and I had much more privacy!

That is one my one piece of advice for new moms, whether you will be staying home or returning to work.  Start pumping as soon as you can - you will be thankful for it later.  When you're having a bad day or end up sick - the baby will have breastmilk and you will not have an ounce of worry or stress in your body which will help you out in more ways than one.  When I returned to work my daughter was 4 months old and I had a huge supply of milk frozen and ready for her.  She drank frozen breast milk until she was almost a year and half because I had so much frozen.  It helped with transitioning her to whole milk as well because we mixed them together.

Don't be afraid of pumping which ever way suits you best.  I bought this very fancy expensive pump for over $350 dollars. And it's being sold at my yard sale this weekend for $25.  The thing just did not work for me, I had no suction, and cried more than I care to admit while using it.

Want to know how I pumped?????

With my hand.... into a cup.  *blush* It shocked me but it worked so well, I was getting twice as much each time I pumped then when I was using my electric one.  Go figure huh. :)

I missed nursing but it was time - I let my daughter lead the weaning.  We were down to bedtime nursings and it just felt right.  Because I did it slowly I had no pain or issues from engorgement.

But I did miss those sweet moments, the pure hunger in my daughters eyes and then the amazing contentment that came over her as her belly was getting filled up.  Breastmilk induced stupors are the best!

Happy Breastfeeding!

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~I hope that you have enjoyed this week's Monday Mommy! If you have questions for Jessica B. or any comments, please leave them below! Remember, Monday Mommy is an outlet for Mamas to speak freely about their experience as a mama. Questions and comments are encouraged, but please do not post negative comments as they will be deleted immediately.~

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Envibum Diaper Review and Giveaway

Fits:  8-40 pounds

Price Per Diaper:  ★★☆☆☆  This diaper can be bought directly from Envibum and retails for $22.99.  For an AIO diaper, this is an average price plus you are getting the benefits of 100% unbleached cotton against baby’s bum, soft minky outer, and the Envibum guarantee to back their diaper.

Leaks:  ★★★★★  This diaper is made from 100% unbleached cotton with a “channel” design to absorb and pull moisture away from baby.  There is also an attached 100% cotton absorbency pad that tucks into the pocket for added absorbency.  The diaper is lined with PUL making it waterproof!  I was also given an additional absorbency pad to stuff in the pocket, this made this diaper bullet proof for nap and night!  There are also natural leg gussets to hold in leaks and mess.  This diaper is very absorbent and we had no leaks with this diaper!

Fit:  ★★★★★  When you look at this diaper, you think “how is this a one-size diaper?”  There are no rise settings or ways to adjust this diaper.  Envibum ingeniously designed this diaper with an elastic/stretchy front to the diaper.  This automatically adjusts the rise to fit your baby without having to adjust those pesky snaps!  Brilliant!  This is an amazing design if you have more than one child in diapers, no having to change the rise between changes and kids!  The waist is secured with Velcro giving you that perfect waist fit!  And even cuter, the adorable leaf appliqué enables you to cross over the tabs for newborn fit!  Due to the design of this diaper, it is very trim as well.

Ease of Use:  ★★★★★  Honestly, it does not get easier than this diaper!  It is an AIO, but is also stuffable if necessary.  There are no rise adjustments.  It is a Velcro closure which is as simple as can be!  It fits nearly any body type well due to the naturally adjusting stretchy front.  It is made from 100% cotton inner that is easy to wash and stains come free easily.  It is cute, eco-friendly, and a cinch to use!

Washing:  ★★★★★  We really put this diaper to the test!  My daughter had a nasty stomach bug while we were testing this diaper.  While it was difficult to put this pretty diaper on her when I knew what she was going to do to it, but it was an amazing test!  This diaper washed perfectly!  I did nothing extra (no extra rinse or wash) and it came perfectly clean with no stains!  This diaper is easy to wash too since there are no removable parts (unless you have the booster).  Easy to wash, easy to dry, perfect!

Overall Performance:  ★★★★★  I was concerned when the diaper first arrived that the channel design would be rough and uncomfortable for baby, but she didn't seem to mind and it works SO well.  I love this diaper!  It is super soft, super adorable, and super absorbent!  The last being the most important!  I was thought when it arrived that it would not be absorbent enough, boy was I wrong!  This diaper far succeeded my expectations and I would highly recommend this diaper to anyone looking for a great diaper!

Total Stars:  27/30

Daddy’s Thoughts:  Easy to use, soft, and absorbent.

Envibum is a WAHM and WAHD Christ Based Business.  They created Envibum to do God’s work to help aid those in need.  Envibum is committed to giving back…and here is how they do it!  You can purchase their products here and help them give back while being eco-friendly at the same time!  Also, giveaway below!

Every time you purchase an envipolka diaper, we help support mom4mom ministries!
Every time you purchase an envi
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