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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Going Ape!

Last week we were blessed to receive 5 complimentary passes to Cedar Point. Although we had never planned on taking the kids to "The Point" at these ages (from a purely logistical standpoint), the Hubs and I decided to brave the waters on Sunday and take the whole herd! Yes, you read correctly...all of us. For those who need a reminder or are new to my little corner of the blogosphere, that includes a 6 y.o., almost 5 y.o., almost 3 y.o., and a 17 month old...crazy, right?

Fortunately, we all had a blast! First off, our choice of day couldn't have been better (aside from the 90 degree temps). Note to self, choosing a Sunday just after the return-to-school rush is a goooood thing! Secondly, as it turns out, all of our little munchkins are thrill seekers in their own right. No one had a fear of the rides, no one got queasy in the tummy, and everyone got their fill of fun, thrills, food, and good times. Even Little Miss Bean got to ride on some rides...usually accompanied by mama, but there was one ride that she could do alone (and boy was she mad when we finally pulled her off of that one!).

Having lived in Ohio all of my tween/teen life, I've had my fair share of Cedar Point adventures, but it's a totally different perspective to see it through a young child's eyes. It was very refreshing to slow down and ride the "little" rides just for the fun of it. To not spend the entire day waiting in ridiculously long lines only to finally conquer 4 or 5 of the "big boys" in a 9 hour day! That's not to say we didn't hit any roller coasters. As it turns out, Punkin' is quite the little thrill seeker and a bit of an adrenaline junky :) And it just so happens that he is already tall enough at 6 years to ride all but 3 of the big ones! My little Sweet Face would have been right there with him if it weren't for the 2 inches in height he is still lacking :(

However, this brings me to the point of this post. After 8 hours of fun at the park (and yes, they kept pushing us to do more!), the kiddos wanted to wind the day down by playing some games...and by that, I mean having mommy and daddy pay ridiculous amounts of money to win cheap, ugly stuffed animals! We started out ok. Punkin' decided he wanted to have the lady at the big wheel guess his birthday...$5 spent for 1 guess and bingo, she was way off. He snapped up a cute little red sea turtle that looks a lot like Crush's son, Squirt, from the movie Nemo. Then it was Micah's turn. He decided to bop the pirates on the head with the big squishy mallet as they popped out of the holes in the game board. Another $9 (because his big brothers wanted a shot at the pirates too), he grabs a pretty bugly frog with ridiculously long arms and legs (be he loves him regardless..bless his heart!).

Then came my Sweet Face....ooohhhh, Sweet Face. First, he wanted to climb the tippy ladder (the kind that flips over and spins around at the drop of a hat) to win a huge wolf. We were already walking toward the front of the park where the majority of the games are and the ladder was back at Camp Snoopy (too cute, huh?), so we convinced him to choose something else. In retrospect, we should have gone back to the ladder! The moment he spotted the big ugly gorilla, he had to have it. When I say this bad boy is huge, I mean up to my collarbone (I'm 5'4") 3 of me wide huge. And the game was had to throw a wiffle ball high into the air and barely graze this backboard to get it to fall just so into this little box at the bottom. And no hitting the bars at the top and bottom of the backboard. But Daddy had promised our little guy he would win it for him...and $40 later, he did!

Granted, we have a large SUV for hauling the herd around (3 rows is a must with 4 car seats), but you should've seen us trying to cram this sucker into the truck with the kiddos and our Bumbleride Indie Twin double stroller! Not a pretty sight. And pleased as we are that we conquered the challenge, I now have this huge, hideous gorilla invading my house with no real place to put him...Ahhh, the things we do for the love of a child!

Monday, August 30, 2010

If You Really Knew Me {Blog Hop}

My super sweet friend Tracy over at Sweet Harper has been doing a phenomenal series on Back To School from a former teacher's perspective every Monday throughout the month of August. I've really enjoyed reading her tips and insights, particularly because her area of expertise just so happens to line up fabulously with the ages of my little guys (Kindergarten and 1st Grade)!

As the grand finale of this series, Tracy has invited all of her readers to join her in an "If You Really Knew Me" blog hop, patterned after the show of the same name on MTV. See deets HERE to participate. The basic idea is for us mamas to lead our kiddos by example and open up about things others may not know about us, much the same way we as parents hope our children would feel comfortable opening up to us. So here goes...

If You Really Knew Me...

You would know that, despite all of my many successes in life, I have always had a deep seeded fear of failure. Many things have seemed to come easy for me: academics, sports, making friends, speaking in public, putting plans into action, writing/expression, etc...I have often been complimented by teachers, friends, co-workers, and superiors on my positive attitude and confident character, but very few know that in the recesses of my mind, I am constantly second guessing myself.

I constantly struggle with decision making...always questioning whether I've made the right choice. And this challenge has plagued me since my earliest recollections. From choosing how to dress and wear my hair in school, to what words to use in a speech, to choosing which movie to see or restaurant to frequent, to whether to get married, to whether to leave my job to be with the munchkins, to what school to send my children...some questions are big and some seem infinitely small, but answering pretty much all of them comes with some degree of difficulty on my part. And, truth be told, it's incredibly frustrating!

The ironic thing is, in the end I am always at peace with the decision that has been made, whether the outcome is what I had hoped for or not. I do not seem to have trouble accepting the results of a poor choice or seeing the silver lining in's getting to that point that is exhausting! Fortunately for me, one of my strong suits is the ability to realize that I am a work in progress and that everything will work out in one way or another if I ultimately trust in my relationship with God and listen to His direction. I know that I am in no way perfect and will make many more mistakes in this lifetime, but as I've grown older I've been able to find a peace in knowing that I cannot control everything (and that I don't have to!).

So, what's something I should really know about you? Click HERE to find the linky :)

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Struttin' My Stuff

Just had to share some quick snaps of Little Miss Bean struttin' around the house yesterday in her girlie gear...a beautiful pillowcase dress from Sweet Tea Dresses and her Love Bug tennies from Monkey Toes. Granted, the shoes don't exactly match, but you can't tell her she doesn't look adorable!

Sweet Tea Dresses "Shades of Pink and Red"

Monkey Toes "Luv Bugs"

Friday, August 27, 2010

Dryel Starter Kit Review

Back before the wee ones came along, when it was just DH and me, I must admit that I had my fair share of dry clean only gear. Not intentionally, mind you, I just possess a fashion sense that always seems to draw me to items with the ominous dry clean only label. It's funny how a house full of little ones changes your perspective a bit! Not that my tastes in clothing have changed, but my sensibilities definitely have. It's really not practical or financially feasible to send out/take in mountains of clothing to the dry cleaners. For the most part, I am now strictly a wash and wear kind of gal as is my family (fortunately for me, even some talented higher end designers have jumped on the band wagon and helped me out with more fashionable machine washable options!).

However, despite me best efforts, there are still those must have items that need to be dry cleaned. That's why I was excited to give the Dryel Starter Kit a try, which contains everything I need to dry clean up to 8 garments using my own dryer. The kit comes with a reusable fabric protection bag (good for up to 50 loads), 2 ultra concentrated refill cloths (to be used in combination with the bags), and an On The Go Stain Pen. Dryel does not contain any phosphate, PERC, or Trichloroethylene and uses dryer activated technology.

Here's how it works: Place your dry clean only items in the fabric protection bag, throw in a refill cloth, zip the bag, and set your dryer for a 15 minute cycle. That's it! The bag is a very generous size and I found that I could do a favorite dry clean only quilt in it with no problem. For delicates and special care items, you can also steam clean them in the dryer using a 30 minute cycle.

You can purchase your own Dryel Starter Kit at stores like Target, Walgreens, and Walmart. Even better, if you wait a week or so, your local Walmart is set to offer the Dryel Starter Kit and refills free of charge via a mail in rebate! Check your local store for the deets.

Friday Food For Thought

People seldom notice old clothes
if you wear a big smile.

~ Lee Mildon
A smile is a curve
that sets everything straight.

~Phyllis Diller

* Loved these so much I just had to share both! Have a wonderful weekend!!

Image by Mokoto

Thursday, August 26, 2010

A Gift of Gratitude for Teacher

I always like to start the school year out with a simple gift of gratitude for the time and care the teachers of my children will invest in them over the upcoming year. As I see it, if we expect our teachers to give our children their best, we need to let them know how much they are appreciated throughout the year...not just on Teacher Appreciation Day (which comes toward the end of the school year).

This year, I wanted to do something creative, yet functional. Having my own bath & body line makes for easy go to gift ideas (and our teachers have really enjoyed receiving sudsy sweets in the past!), but this time I was looking for something different. As I browsed the web for ideas, I came across a great little tutorial for an acrylic Post-It note holder. I changed it around a bit, and here's the result...

Start with an inexpensive acrylic picture frame (easily found at Target, Walmart, Michaels, and various dollar stores). I chose a 4x6 frame for this project, which fits with the standard Post-It notepad size nicely. Using the standard frame insert as a template, mark and cut a piece of decorative paper to size and insert (scrapbook paper or card stock work well).

Center your Post-It pad on the lower half of the frame and affix using your choice of double sided craft tape or a glue gun (the hot glue yields a stronger hold and can be removed/replaced to apply a new pad once the notes are used up).

Next, choose your embellishments. I decided to make my own paper flowers using some pre-cut petals and fabric covered buttons. Determine your placement on the upper portion of the frame and affix with a hot glue gun.

Here's the finished product...easy peasey! After snapping this pic, my 1st grader decorated the top note with a self-portrait smiley face and his sweet!

A big thanks to Dawn's Stamping Thoughts for the inspiration behind this sweet & stylish Post It note holder. Her original design was made using stamping techniques rather than paper flower embellishments, but I really think this alternative came together nicely!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Happily Ever After!

Just wanted to share a few pics of a bridal towel cake that I made for a wedding we attended a couple of weekends ago. It was constructed of 2 luxe spa bath sheets, 2 luxe spa hand towels, and 6 luxe spa face cloths. Hidden inside I included a 24 oz. hand poured soy candle in glass, a 16 oz. Italian Linen Spray, 1 bar each of Ellia C. Naturals Shore and Love Ya' A Latte shea butter soaps, and 8 oz. of Ellia C. Naturals Milky Way Creamy Milk Bath. I topped it off with plenty of beautiful white silk and organza flowers and a sweet pair of silver bells. The colors for the wedding were blue and gray (which can be very challenging to translate into a soft looking design), but I'm really happy with the way it turned out.

The reception was beautiful and it was so nice to get away with my DH for an adult night out. Seeing the bride and groom sweetly dancing their first dance brought back so many memories. It's hard to believe that we celebrated our 10 yr. anniversary almost 2 months time flies!

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

More Gifts to Grow from Pampers

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Allergy Approved Goody Box

Our little big man, Moo, turns 3 at the end of this September and has been chomping at the bit to go to school like his big brothers (ages 4 and 6). So, after much deliberation, we decided to enroll him in the "Young 3s" class at the private preschool and kindergarten his brothers have attended. It meets 2 days per week for 3 hrs. and is focused around child-centered learning activities...right up our ally. However, with any form of school comes birthdays and other in-school celebrations involving sweet nothings and yummy small thing for a wee one with a host of severe food allergies.

Because of the severity of Moo's allergies, I have a strict understanding with the school that he is to consume only those items which are sent in from home. This goes for both regular snack times and celebrations alike. In order to keep my sweet munchkin from feeling like an outcast at special celebrations in school, I created for him an "Allergy Approved Goody Box". I packed it full of sweet treats that he doesn't have regularly so that it would be special when he is allowed to have something from it. The idea is that whenever there is a party/celebration involving food brought in by someone else, Moo will get to go to his goody box and choose a treat that I can rest assured is safe for him.

Now, before you judge the selection of goodies too harshly, let me remind you that these have to be able to compete with cupcakes, brownies, cookies, and more! They are not all-natural yummies and yes, they do have some artificial this-n-that in them, but he does not eat them all the time and they are intended to be out of the ordinary. And, of course, I must point out the ever important Epi Pen Jr. located at the upper edge of the box (as well as a medication administration plan in his file in the school office) can never be too careful when it comes to anaphylaxis.

If you have a little one (or not-so-little one) attending school this year, I would highly recommend talking to his/her teacher and administrator about having a goody box on hand for similar occasions. It certainly has helped to give me a sense of peace about letting my sweet Moo spread his wings and go to school.

Monday, August 23, 2010

A Brand New Lather Look!

Last fall I introduced Orange Ya' Clover to the seasonal lineup of hand crafted shea butter soaps at Ellia C. Naturals, and it was a huge success. A custom blend of sweet orange, spicy cloves, nutmeg, ginger, and the slightest hint of cinnamon and wallah...autumnal bliss!

This year, I decided to bring it back with a slightly updated look...soft peaks and swirls of cream amidst a dark and earthy back drop. I decided to top it off with a stripe of fragrant hand ground cloves down the center. The shots above are of the makeover (my apologies for the lack of clarity...another story, another time!). Sadly, due to issues with one of my zip drives, I no longer have pics of last year's version. It was more of a layered look with stripes of burnt sienna, orange, and cream. Needless to say, I'm very happy with this year's "model"...what do you think?

I'm In Love!

A while back I was blessed to win a fabulous Island Girl Bag in a giveaway hosted by the super sweet Maggie of Gussy Has a Lot to Say & Sew. The best part? I got to design my very own bag! My first big decision was which of Mary Beth's fabulous bag styles to choose. After a lot of deliberation, I decided on the Sassy Satchel.

Then, it was off to select my fabrics. I had a blast browsing through her spring selections and finally chose a super sweet palette of dark & light pinks and beautiful shades of green.

I love the way the contrasting fabrics really blend together to give the bag a very finished, professional look...not to mention a certain sassy flair! The seams are all reinforced and incredibly sturdy and Mary Beth's attention to detail in her stitching is some of the best I've seen. I'm certain my Island Girl Bag will serve me well for many years to come!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Neutrogena UltraSheer® Liquid Daily Sunblock SPF 70 Part 2

A few weeks ago, I posted a preliminary review of Neutrogena's UltraSheer® Liquid Daily Sunblock with an SPF of 70. Having used the product for the past 3 weeks I am happy to report that it meets this mama's approval in the effectiveness category.

I applied my sunblock daily following my morning face care routine and I must say, I gave it a run for its money, so to speak! I tested it at the water park, the playground, the ball games, the family walks, the beach, and more and can say that I honestly did not pick up any noticeable sun coloring on my face.

I was able to wear it both alone and under makeup without any unpleasant odor or residue (as has been a problem with a number of facial sunblocks I've tried in the past). The one downside I found is that it is, as the name implies, just a sunblock. If your skin typically requires a moisturizer (and let's face it, most of us do in some form or another), you will still have to apply one. As a busy mama, it's always nice to find products that do double (or triple!) duty, so it would be convenient to have a moisturizer built into my sunblock. That being said, most combination products are moisturizers with sunscreen, an important distinction. Sunscreen does not provide the same broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection as sunblock. Therefore, I don't really mind the extra step given the overall benefit received and I will continue to use this product on a regular basis to protect my face from the glorious rays of the sun!

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review. I was provided with a sample by the makers of this product in return for my honest opinion of its performance. The views expressed in this review and others related to this product are my own and based on my honest experiences with its use. No other compensation was received for this review.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Friday Food For Thought

Prayer is when you talk to God.
Meditation is when you listen to God.

~Diana Robinson

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Whatcha Think?

We went to the bloggy spa and got a much needed, long over due makeover!
We were going for a fresher, cleaner, more organized looked...
so, whatcha think?

Acknowledgment: Photo by Drew Hadley

We Have a Winner!

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Friday Food For Thought

A joy shared
is a joy doubled.

~ Anonymous

Total Pillow Giveaway Winner

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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Get Your Floral Fix!

Craving your next floral fix? We have a fresh batch of Glee Shea Butter Soap that will be ready to ship 8/17!!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Good eats of summer!

49 Printable Coupons Available from Target!

Target, one of my favorite shopping hot spots, has just released 49 printable coupons...whoo, hoo! And remember, you can combine Target store coupons with manufacturer coupons for the same products and enjoy additional savings! Get yours HERE.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Stepping Stones Together Review

I was recently given the opportunity to review a wonderful reading program created by Erika Burton, Ph.D. called Stepping Stones Together. This particular program was created as a valuable parent-child resource for developing beginning reading skills and is designed for children between the ages of 3 and 7. My husband and I firmly believe in encouraging a love of books and learning from a very early age and have used many different techniques to do so with our 4 little ones. Although reading came very naturally to our oldest son (now 6), I was anxious to try the Stepping Stones Together program with my 4 year old to see if it would be another effective tool to add to our teaching arsenal (Note: Although our children do attend school outside of the home, we believe that learning starts at home and are always looking for ways to supplement what they receive in the formal classroom).

The Stepping Stones Together program teaches children to read using high frequency words that are used every day (often referred to as "sight words") and have been found to make up 58-75% of all words in children's books . One thing I really like about this program is that your child can choose the particular reading topic in the series that peaks his/her interest, whether it be animals, sports, fairies, superheroes, or a whole host of other subjects. As with all learning, when a subject matter, in this case words, is learned in a meaningful context that the child enjoys, it happens faster and easier and tends to be retained with increased accuracy.

Once your child has selected the topic that interests him/her, you can print the black & white formatted 8-9 page book from your computer. With 4 little ones, I love that the books can also be saved in PDF files for future use! For optimal retention and to help develop fluidity of reading, it is recommended that you spend more than a few days on each book with your child and that each reading session take roughly 15-20 minutes. I used a progression format in which I read the entire book to my son the first 2 times (as he followed along), he assisted me with familiar words the next 2 times, and finally, he tried sounding out the less familiar words on the final day or two (we chose to spend a week on each selection). The program also comes with flash cards, comprehension questions, and writing prompts, which seem to be quite helpful.

We had a wonderful time trying out the Stepping Stones Together program, and I look forward to not only continuing to use it with my 4 year old once the school year starts in a couple of weeks, but also using it with my other children in the future.

Try it for yourself: Stepping Stones Together is offering this program in 2 very affordable options. For $19.99 you can purchase their 60 Day Program (which actually gives you access for 90 days) or for $39.99 you can receive unlimited access for a whole year! Not sure if your child is ready for reading? Check out their helpful FAQs for some guidance.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review. The makers of this program provided me with access to the 60-day program in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are based upon my own experiences and those of my son. No other compensation was received for this review.

God is So Good!

For those of you who have been following with me for a while, you know the struggles we have had with our sweet little 2 year old and his host of allergies. To say he has food allergies is putting it fact, he was diagnosed with 7 of the "Big 8" at only 9 months of age (he wasn't tested for seafood/shellfish because he was so young). Fortunately, we've been able to keep his eczema under control (by making his soap and cream from scratch!) and his seasonal allergies (which we suspect he has) have been relatively mild this year. However, the foodies have landed us in the emergency room once this summer and have led to 1 or 2 near emergency admissions. In all cases, the offending food has been unknown...nothing new, nothing he hasn't eaten before without incident, and nothing to which we could directly relate the rapid downward spiral of his respiratory system during each event.

Last Friday, I took our sweet angel to his first visit with a new allergist. Long story, but let's suffice it to say that I never took him back to the former allergist who, despite being the head of the Department of Pediatric Allergies for a prominent medical center, did not impress me at all (1 of his many ridiculous recommendations was to feed my son "nothing but potatoes...mashed, chopped, sliced in order to play with texture, but nothing but potatoes"...can you imagine?!). He also refused to order an Epi Pen Jr. for Micah, despite the fact that he tested highly reactive to many of the offending foods (the highest score possible on milk, casein, egg, and peanut/tree nuts).

Fortunately, I adore her new allergist, who is equally credentialed on paper and has a much better bedside manner to boot! We now have an Epi Pen Jr. and an allergist I trust to give my son the absolute best care possible. And the best part, following a skin test in her office, we learned that his soy allergy has resolved, wheat is barely perceptible, and egg (though still significant) has decreased measurably in reactivity. She also believes there is a strong possibility that he could out grow his milk allergy, leaving us with peanuts/tree nuts as the biggest offenders...that I can handle!

We still may not know exactly what set off the 3 episodes this summer, but I am much more comfortable with the way things stand. In the end, I am happy to now have a medical provider that I can trust to have my son's best interests at heart and I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the healing he has experienced so far is no mere coincidence...I am above all else thankful that the Greatest Physician is watching over my son and working to heal him day by day...God is Good!!

Friday, August 6, 2010

Friday Food For Thought

Being happy doesn't mean
that everything is perfect.
It means that you've decided
to look beyond the imperfections.

~ Anonymous

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Catch Up on the Latest Giveaways!

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Back to School Savings from

It's so hard for me to believe that my oldest will be starting first grade this year, not to mention #2 being in Pre-K and my little #3 desperately wanting to be in the "Young 3s" class. Although I'm still trying to wrap my head around the idea that the start of school is right around the corner, the signs are everywhere...Back To School sales signs, that is!

I can't go through some of my favorite hots spots (and yes, I'm a Target girl!) without being bombarded by the plethora of school supplies. And not just in their own section...they're everywhere! On end caps, in the office and general school supplies section, in the art section, in the clothing aisles, and, of course, in the creme de la creme Back To School seasonal section.

Being someone that doesn't mind going to a few different stores if it means getting some great deals, I began my hunt online to find the specials at my favorite stops. In doing so, I stumbled on this great little site called Deal Taker. It's a handy little one-stop-shopping kind of site with everything from Back To School to groceries to travel. Registration is free and members can spread the wealth by posting their own fabulous finds (similar to the other coupon site I posted about HERE).

While many mamas are counting the days until the little ones are back in the classrooms, I must confess that I'm going to miss my little men and am having a hard time with it (another day, another post!). Nevertheless, I need to "woman up" and face the music that school is coming and I need to be prepared. I'm just glad to know that I have multiple resources at my disposal for getting some awesome savings on supplies, even if I am wiping away the tears as I shop for them!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Digital Room Greeting Card Giveaway

Get a leg up on the Holidays with this incredible giveaway from Digital Room! Who says you have to wait until fall to prep your Holiday greeting cards? Why not use this customary exchange to allow your family and friends the opportunity to reminisce over a fabulous summer vacation scene or picnic in the park with the munchkins? Also great for creating personalized thank you notes, there's no need to burn out your favorite greeting card printers this year when you can let Digital Room do the work for you.

Up for Grabs:

50 7x5 Folded Cards with Plain Envelopes
14 pt Card Stock Gloss
Outside Print Only
4 Baronial Blank Envelopes
Half Fold (scored only)
Limited to US residents; 18 years and older

How to Enter:

Leave a comment telling me what kind of card you would love to use this prize to create...that's it!

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Monday, August 2, 2010

Pampers Gifts to Grow Freebie

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