Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Good Judy Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



I love perfumes and smelling good. I think when a person smells good it changes everything about them. It's also nice to see what others perfumes are because it reflects on the type of person you are!

When I got the chance to review for Good Judy I had a hard time choosing what I wanted. 

I chose the Cupcake Frenzy Sugar Scrub and the Atomic Cheesecake, Harmony, Gazing Mirror, Love Potent, and Va Va VaVoom Whiffs

Cupcake frenzy sugar scrub is YUMMY smelling. It scrubbed me nice (that sounds weird) and left me feeling exfoliated when I got out of the shower.

As for the Whiffs. Atomic Cheesecake smells nice, but not sure I would want to wear it on my body out. Maybe for a day around the house, HOWEVER, Jon likes it :)
Harmony is real nice. It's got a nice sweet smell to it and I really like it! It's citrusy! 
Gazing Mirror is nice, but it's too old smelling to me. 
Same thing with Love potent. It has 2 smells I love them both, but not together. It smells old. It has Jasmine, Ginger, Rose, Spiced Musk, Bay, Violet and Gardenia... Together it's all kind of nasty and too much!
Va Va VaVoom Don't care for this one too much either. First of all It has tobacco in it. Blonde Tobacco, soft leather, Chantilly cream and Sourched Honey... It's okay, but weird!

So those are my opinions on the scents I tried. They are just that opinions and when it comes to perfumes EVERYONE is different, so you may like the scents I didn't care for!

Good Judy is a homegrown perfume business conceived in October 2007 and located in Leicester, NC (just outside Asheville). Good Judy perfume oils are made by meticulously and creatively hand-blending the finest essential oils, fragrance oils, attars, resins, and absolutes. Whenever possible, ingredients are organic and sustainable. Our products are always vegan and cruelty free. We will never knowingly use or purchase ingredients that are tested on animals.

Brainchild of a self proclaimed "smell-goodie" junkie, Good Judy was created to appease the artistic and imaginative persona of Gary Lodato, a.k.a Siggster. Self-taught (with generous help from experienced and accomplished friends) and motivated by a multitude of inspirational subjects (not to mention an addiction to the aforementioned precious smell-goodies) Good Judy's product lines grew quickly. With burning passion, determination, and dedication, Siggster's affectionately dubbed helter-skelter blending style rapidly transformed into focused and purposeful ingenuity…all without compromising integrity and creativity.

Good Judy's mission is simple: formulate enjoyable, customer-centric, cost-effective, and environmentally conscious products that make our consumers smell great…and have a blast while doing it. So, with our mission in mind and with hundreds of unique perfume blends to choose from, Good Judy makes a world of scents! 

Price: The full size bottles of scents are $15. Not bad when you consider that a Perfume is $50 or more sometimes! The small whiffs samples are 6 for $21. So not too bad either

Overall: **** Very good customer service. Fast shipping. And even though I didn't like the scents I'm sure his site has PLENTY that I would enjoy. I just chose the ones I didn't care for. Nothing against the site!

GIVEAWAY
Good Judy is offering one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win a $25 Gift Certificate
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
This is a little different You MUST sign up at Good Judy to be a free member and you will get a $5 coupon when you sign up! PLEASE Mention this blog when you sign up!
After you sign up you can then enter the giveaway
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Giveaway Ends April 10th at 11:59 PM EST
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WondaWedge Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



I love to read and I love reading in bed. Well when I contacted WondaWedge I was pleasantly surprised they said YES to a Review AND Giveaway. But I was very happy!

This unique little product is great for support. I use it in bed while I read for my back. I lean against it and it doesn't squish down like a pillow does. It stays firm and supports you while you do your thing.
 
It's perfect for the Beach for reading or just watching the kids. Jon has even used it under his legs at night. It's AWESOME for that sort of thing!
 It's inflatable. So you blow it up and go. It takes just a couple seconds. It's good for traveling and camping because it stores Flat and small. Then just blow it up when you get there and deflate it again before coming home. Same with the beach. Easy for storing because it's so tiny!

We received one in Lime Green and we just love it. We love the color because if we're at the beach or something we'll remember where we were at because it stands out and doesn't blend in so easy. I see us using this WondaWedge quite a bit this summer!
Here's all the colors available
And we chose the Green
It says it would be good for Sleep Apnea Sufferers as well because of the incline. Well Jon suffers from Sleep Apnea so I should tell him that. Plus you can scoot down a little more on the wedge so you're not on so much of an incline. Awesome! 

Outdoor Recreation
1. Beach lounger
2. Fishing back support
3. Camping lounger
4. RV accessory
5. Outdoor concert seating
6. Picnic seating
7. Boating lounger
8. Gaming/television floor seat
9. Soccer sidline seating
10. Outdoor plays/movies
11. Stargazing
12. Pool lounger


Health
13. Recuperation back support
14. Reading in bed
15. Relaxing on the floor
16. Meditation lower back support
17. Meditation workshop seating
18. Sleep aid for GERD, Acid Reflux, respiratory problems
19. Pregnancy sleep aid/breast feeding back support
20. It's deflatable! Take it with you when you travel! 

Price: ONLY $24!!! WOW! Cheap! 

Overall: ***** I received one WondaWedge and it deflated very quickly. So I casually let them know and without even asking she said she was sending another one. Got it a few days later. And it works fantastically. So GREAT customer service. 

GIVEAWAY
WondaWedge has been kind enough to offer one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win a WondaWedge of their own. CHOICE OF COLOR
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Head over to WondaWedge and let me know which color you'd pick!
Please include your e-mail address in format name @ domain dot com. Otherwise a new winner will be chosen! 
 
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Giveaway Ends April 10th at 11:59 PM EST
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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Car Seat Safety



We are huge on Car Seat Safety. Avery Rearfaced until she was 18 months old and she will be extended harnessed. MI law is harnessed until 40 pounds AND 4 years old and then you can switch to a Booster, and her car seat goes to that, but I will be buying a Graco Nautilus and will be Harnessing her until 65 pounds.

Please read through these, you could save a child's life!

Not using a safety seat consistently

"We were only going to the grocery store ..." "He hates to ride in his car seat, so just this once I didn't make him ..." "She was having a meltdown, so I took her out of her seat for a minute to calm her down." Safety experts hear these words all too often from distraught parents after tragedy has struck. Remember, a one-time lapse can result in a lifetime of regret.

In any case, using a safety seat consistently and correctly is the law. All 50 states require that children up to 3 years of age (or 40 inches tall in Kentucky) ride in car seats in private vehicles, and many have laws requiring car seats or booster seats until a child is considerably older.

There's good reason for that. Every year, more than 90,000 children under age 8 are injured in car crashes, and more than 1,000 are killed. In fact, auto accidents are by far the leading cause of death for American children.

Safety seats dramatically reduce the risk of death or serious injury in a collision. Stephanie Tombrello, executive director of the nonprofit passenger-safety organization SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A., urges all parents to get a safety seat that's convenient to use, and to make buckling your child into it such a habit that you don't even have to think about it.

Using an old or secondhand seat

That safety seat you scored at a garage sale for a fraction of its original price may seem like a bargain, but it could cost your child his life. The same goes for that older-model seat your sister gave you after her child outgrew it.

Not only are used seats unlikely to come with the manufacturer's instructions (vital for correct installation), but they could be missing important parts, have been involved in an accident (even unseen damage can affect the seat's functioning), fall short of current safety standards, or have been recalled due to faulty design. Moreover, plastic gets brittle as it gets older, so a seat that's too old could break in a crash.

If you must use a secondhand seat, make sure it has the original instructions (or contact the manufacturer for a replacement copy), has all its parts (check the manual), has never been involved in a serious accident, and hasn't been recalled. (Check your seat's recall status here.)

In addition, to avoid the dangers of aging plastic, SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A. recommends sticking with car seats that are ideally less than five years old and definitely less than ten years old. You can usually find an expiration date stamped somewhere on the seat.

Turning your child to face forward too soon

Children have large heads and comparatively weak necks, so in a head-on collision (the most common type of crash) a child's head can jerk forward suddenly and violently, resulting in spinal injuries. For this reason, keep your child rear-facing position as long as possible.

The "12-months-and-20-pounds" rule that many parents cite when turning their child forward in the car is actually the minimum size and age requirement. If your child can still ride comfortably facing backward at more than 12 months and 20 pounds, leave him that way. Just be sure the seat is designed to hold children of his weight.

Moving your child out of his car seat or booster too soon

Though safety-seat laws vary from state to state, all require that children under age 3 ride in a safety seat. Experts are unequivocal in their recommendations for safe riding beyond that age:

• Your child should ride in a safety seat with a five-point harness until he weighs at least 40 pounds, or until his shoulders no longer fit under the harness straps. You can use a convertible rear- and forward-facing car seat until your child hits 40 pounds, or the harness system of a car-and-booster-seat combo from as little as 20 pounds up to 40 pounds.

• Your child should ride in a booster seat from the time he weighs 40 pounds and is at least 3 years old until he's 4 feet 9 inches tall and at least 8 years old.

Not installing a safety seat correctly

A safety seat won't do its job if it's not installed correctly. Among the most common mistakes: Not buckling the car seat in tightly enough, and not using the right type of seat belt to secure your child in his booster seat. Check to be sure that car seats don't tip forward or slide from side to side more than an inch, and that boosters are secured with a lap-and-shoulder belt.

Better yet, use an anchoring system if you can. By law, all car seats and vehicles manufactured since September 2002 must be compatible with the LATCH system — or "lower anchors and tethers for children."

This system combines the previously existing top tethers with lower anchors, built into the rear of the car. Some cars built between 1999 and 2002 also have the system. Toddler/booster combo seats are required to have both the upper and lower attachments; booster seats are not required to work with LATCH.

Owners of earlier model cars may want to consider having their car retrofitted with the LATCH system. Check with your local auto dealership for information on cost and feasibility.

You can also have your seat installation checked by a professional. Find a child seat safety inspection station near you.

Not using a locking clip or using it incorrectly

If your car is a pre-1996 model, chances are the lap-and-shoulder belts don't lock unless you come to a sudden stop. This means you need a locking clip — a small metal device that looks like an oversize paper clip or capital I — to hold the seat belt (and thus your child's car seat) tight in the event of a crash.

After you buckle your child's seat tightly in place, see if you can move it more than an inch toward the front or sides of the car. If you can, install the locking clip about half an inch above the buckle — not on the other side of your child's car seat, which pinches the shoulder and lap belts together before they're threaded through the appropriate slot in the car seat.

If you've misplaced the locking clip that came with your car seat, get in touch with the manufacturer to order a replacement or buy a new one at a store that carries car seats and other safety supplies.

Not securing your child in the seat

To make sure the car seat harness straps are snug enough to hold your child firmly in the event of an accident:

• Buckle your child in, making sure the harness straps aren't twisted, and then use the mechanism on the front of the car seat to pull the harness tight. You shouldn't be able to pinch any harness fabric between your fingers.

• Slide the plastic retainer clip that holds the two straps together up to armpit level before securing it. If the clip is too low, your child could be ejected from his seat in a crash.

Not buckling a car seat into the car

Believe it or not, many parents who are cited for car seat violations have their child buckled into a car seat — but have not buckled the car seat to the car. This may be the result of confusion about how the seats work or just of switching a seat from one car to another on a hectic morning.

To avoid this mistake, when you're putting your child in his seat, double-check to be sure that the seat is buckled tightly to the car.

Holding your child on your lap

It's tempting to lift your child out of the car seat and hold him in your arms when he's having a tantrum after hours on the road, or when you're making a quick dash from one place to another with a gaggle of friends and it's easier for everyone to pile into the same vehicle than to take separate cars.

This might seem safe enough. After all, you'd hold your child tight if anything happened, right? But the truth is that even if you're belted in, your child could be ripped from your arms by the force of a collision. And if you manage to get the seat belt around both of you, your weight could actually crush your child to death.

So as much as your child may scream — and as inconvenient as taking your own car is when the two of you could just hop into someone else's — never let your child ride in a moving car unless he's safely strapped into an age-appropriate, correctly installed car seat or booster.

Letting two kids share one seat belt

Don't do it. Crash tests have shown that when two children ride buckled into one seat belt, in an accident their heads can knock together with potentially fatal force.

Letting your child ride in the front seat

Although your child may whine and plead to ride in the front seat with you, the backseat is by far the safest place for him. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that all children under age 13 ride in the backseat every time they get in the car.

Other tips on safe riding positions:

• If possible, buckle your child into the middle of the backseat, where he's best protected from side-impact collisions. (Of course, if you have more than one child only one can ride in the middle!) If your child rides in a booster seat and your car has only a lap belt in the center back (which is fine for car seats but should never be used on its own with a booster seat), position your child's booster on either the right or left side of the backseat and buckle him in with the car's lap and shoulder belts.

• If you have a passenger-side air bag in your car, that's all the more reason to keep your child in the back. Air bags are designed to reduce injuries in adults, but they can cause serious head and neck injuries to children when they inflate, especially if the child is in a rear-facing car seat. To find out whether your car has air bags, look for a warning label on the sun visor or the letters SRS or SIR embossed on the dashboard, or check your vehicle owner's manual.

• If putting your child in the front seat is your only option (for example, if the backseat is full or your car is a two-seater), check to see whether your car's air bag has an on-off switch. If so, turn it off. If not, have one installed. The NHTSA maintains a list of companies that install air bag on-off switches.

If you can't turn your passenger-side air bag off and you need to transport a child in the front seat, put your biggest or tallest passenger in the front, in an appropriate safety seat, and move the seat as far back from the dashboard as possible.

Find more car seat buying advice from the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Chic Clips Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



I've said it MANY time before, but I want to make sure everyone hears it this time! WE LOVE HAIR BOWS. Very much. Every day Avery has something pretty in her hair. When I received this pretty little number. From Chic Clips, I was EXCITED to get it on Avery and see how it looked. Although I didn't get pictures. BAD MOMMY I know!


But it's so pretty. So much ribbon went into making this bow and it took her a lot of time and I know that. I make bows myself so I can only imagine how long it would take her to make this Beautiful Birthday Princess Cupcake bow. It's just gorgeous! An HUGE.
She's got some gorgeous bows from the Euro Bows like I received which are multiple bows in one, To the Boutique Bows, to the Flowers. They are all just divine!

She's also got Birthday and Holiday sections.

She's got a LOT more bows listed on her Etsy.
Price: These beautiful bows range from $4-$6... with a few exceptions. I know how expensive that ribbon can get so I say this is a GREAT price!

Overall: ***** Great momma to work with and just an awesome all around company. She puts so much time and effort into each one of her bows.

GIVEAWAY
Chic Clips is offering one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win a $15 Gift Certificate. You can easily get 2 bows with this!!
ENTRY REQUIREMENTSHead over to Chic Clips and let me know what you'd spend your $15 on!!
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Susan Brown's Baby Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



Avery isn't really a baby anymore so I was a little leary to contact Susan Brown's Baby. But I'm happy I did. She sent me a mommy product instead!! She sent off the Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer. She also included a few samples as well.

This bottle is the perfect size. It's not too big so it could easily stay in the diaper bag or car. But it's not too small so it's easy to find. It's a just right 4.17 oz bottle!

It has such a nice smell to it, and it doesn't dry me out like sanitizer does. It's nice and moisturizing and goes on more like lotion then sanitizer. It's not as wet and it's much more creamy! I really like it. Mine is in my purse right now and we use it often. I like that there's not a lot of alcohol in it so it's okay for Avery to use. But that also means it probably doesn't remove as many germs as regular sanitizer either. 

It has Vitamin E and jojoba beads in it. They are both GREAT moisturizers and they know how to do their job.
Price: This bottle is just $6. Which I don't think is too bad!

Overall: **** The bottle could be a little bit bigger. And the shipping took a while. Like almost 2 weeks from contact until it was in my hands!
GIVEAWAY
Susan Brown's Baby is offering one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win this same bottle of Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Head over to Susan Brown's Baby and let me know what else you like
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Pacific Jewelry Designs Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



I love jewelry especially necklaces. When Pacific Jewelry Designs told me they would send me the Beach Glass Necklace I was floored. It's gorgeous!

 When It arrived I couldn't wait to open the package and see it. It is even more beautiful in person. I like it because it's simple yet so pretty at the same time. It's something that I could easily wear daily or to a special event. I really like the color as well, it's not over bearing.

I LOVE their new necklace. Simple Elegance Mixed Gemstone


In love with that necklace. It's gorgeous!

I haven't gotten any compliments on mine yet, but I haven't worn it a whole lot out. We stay home most of the time!
Paula has been designing and making her own jewelry for many years. Several years ago she decided to share her love for jewelry with others. Using her background as an artist and painter she uses her artistic talents to create fine quality, beautiful pieces that are meant to become lasting treasures. "Purchase my jewelry with confidence in the beauty and quality knowing that I use the finest materials available at affordable prices. I take great pride in my jewelry and my customer service."

Price: That necklace is just $20!! WOW. Talk about a steal. That's like Target prices right there!
Overall: ***** Shipped super fast, Very unique and it's gorgeous!

GIVEAWAY
Paula has offered one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate. Enough to buy the Beach Glass Necklace or towards something else. Maybe that $45 necklace up there!
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Head over to Pacific Jewelry Designs and let me know what you'd get with your certificate
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Giveaway Ends April 10th at 11:59 PM EST
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Monday, March 29, 2010

Can't Wait To Start This New Chapter...



My mom is an obsessive compulsive hoarder. YES just like the t.v. show on A&E. I haven't been to her house in 3 years. Well Jon had an appointment today north of her house, and we stopped by on our way home. She wasn't there... I saw her house and started crying. It's 10 times worse than when I was forced to move out, because it wasn't fit living conditions for a child. 

It used to just be the inside, but now there was stuff on the outside as well. A chest of drawers on her front porch, tables leaning up against her tree. I want more than anything to take Avery over there and let her stay with grandma... I can't do that. There's no place to walk in her house.

I called her tonight to tell her that until she gets help I can no longer speak to her. I know that sounds harsh, but I absolutely can not keep trying. I always try and help her, I tell her how to get help and what to do, but It's never been enough. So I threatened Myself and my daughter today on her. She can no longer call OR see us until she proves that she's receiving help and cleaning up her house. It HURTS me to see her house like that... I can't believe how much it hurts me.

I feel free of this burden and feel like 100 pounds has been lifted from my shoulders. I can't wait to see if she actually gets help, but she probably won't. I even pushed her in the right direction and told her what she needed to do and who she needed to see. 

Thankfully Jon has his master's degree in Psychology and he has told me that I've done the right thing. He DID NOT hinder my decision in any way. This was all me! I can't wait to start this new burden free chapter in my life and I KNOW that she will probably never get the help. So I feel Mother Free now and I actually feel good about it. I love my mother, but I just couldn't do this anymore.

IsaBooties Earth Day Savings!



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And, help IsaBooties reduce landfill waste by choosing our new "NO PACKAGING" option at checkout... you'll save an additional $2 per pair

Thanks for helping IsaBooties take another small step towards a better world!

You can shop for them here, and remembers you can save $2 per pair by choosing no packaging!! Worth It!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Please tell me I have finally learned...



My lesson... NEVER grocery shop on a Sunday, EVER! It's horrible. Everyone wants their good deals and they want them the second they go on sale.

I use coupons and I look for the sales, but people the deals are still there on Monday, and so are the sale products. I've been shopping quite a few times on Sunday and no matter what time I go (unless after 10PM) it's so busy. I've been about 8 times now and I will NEVER, EVER do it again. 

However, It's the best for us, because I go to CVS every Sunday so I'm already out. But I will never do it again and that's a promise to myself!

On the plus side I took an $83 grocery bill down to $41 today and that will last us the week and probably then some! I love when I can do that!!

What day of the week do you shop?

Knot Just Bows Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



We love hair accessories and we have a LOT of them! We have everything from Headbands, to bows, to clips, and even some hats. We love them all and there's hardly ever a day that Avery doesn't have something pretty in her hair. 
We get compliments all the time about how pretty her bows are and how cute she looks, well today we got a compliment on a Headband from Knot Just Bows.

Sorry for the lighting... It was a funny day! 
It's a purple headband with a pink gerbera daisy, what I really love is the tulle surrounding the flower for that extra added touch!

Really love this headband, and I can't find it on the website, but I also love this headband
I really like most of her stuff. It's all so cute and VERY reasonably priced
Look at this dress for just $22
Price: Most of her headbands are between $6-$8. Pretty good price I think!

Overall: **** We got a compliment so that's always at least 3 stars!! 
GIVEAWAY
Knot Just Bows has offered one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win The SAME headband I reviewed!
ENTRY REQUIREMENTSHead over to Knot Just Bows and let me know what item you like best
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Giveaway Ends April 10th at 11:59 PM EST
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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Summer Dress Store Review & GIVEAWAY *CLOSED*



I haven't worn a dress since my sophmore homecoming, so 4 1/2 years. Well I'm starting to like them again. I won a dress last fall, just too cold to wear it, but I've decided I'll start wearing a dress this summer. So when I ran into The Summer Dress Store I contacted them! I was so happy when she said YES!!

I received the Sally Fuchsia Summer Dress, It's gorgeous!
I got the small, but it's a little big in the waist on me. It would look much better tighter! But I think this dress is so cute. It's even cute for the beach over your suit, or a graduation party, or a summer birthday party. BBQ! Whatever. It's so cute and perfect for every casual occasion!

It's such a good material. It's durable, I don't think it's coming apart any time soon!
I also love the Sally with Belt!
And the Sexy Black Summer Dress
Price: $30-$48! very worth it! You would pay this and then some for ANY dress you bought in the store or online. I think this is a great price for such cute dresses!

Overall: *****, Fast Shipping, Great quality, And OH SO CUTE!

GIVEAWAY
The Summer Dress Store is offering one Mommy Of 1 and Counting reader the chance to win a Dress of choice!
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Head over to Summer Dress Store and let me know which dress you'd choose
Please include your e-mail address in format name @ domain dot com. Otherwise a new winner will be chosen! 
 
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Giveaway Ends April 10th at 11:59 PM EST
 *Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products!*