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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Buy & Save Your Kid's Clothes by the Lot with Loteda

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

Kids grow.  Fast.  One of the most difficult things about parenting is keeping up with the constant shopping.  One day their shirts are too big, the next they are too small.  Then their pants fall off their waist, then they are too tight.  One day you have to roll the bottom of their pants up, the next day your kid appears to be wearing capris when there is 5 inches of snow on the ground.  And lets not even get started on how quickly they go through shoes.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Call to Action: Boycott Sears For Failure to Publicly Address Breastfeeding Mothers

Two days ago, I wrote a post about a Sears security officer that had been posting pictures from surveillance video of two mothers breastfeeding their babies.

Jamaican Jerk Chicken Pizza #GetSpicy

I am so, so, so excited to share with you this recipe.  One, because it's a huge accomplishment for me.  Two, because we are featuring an outstanding recipe.  And, Three, because we are featuring an amazing company.  Okay, let me rewind. 

Strider Sport Balance Bike Giveaway $119 ARV


 Welcome to the Strider Sport Balance Bike Giveaway! 
 Hosted by: Momma Lew 
Co-Hosted by: A Life In Balance 

Lil Bums 6pk Cloth Diaper Giveaway $110 ARV

Welcome to the Lil Bums Cloth Diaper giveaway hosted by Housewife on a Mission 
and sponsored by Lil Bums Cloth Diapers!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese French Toast Sandwiches + Time for Mom

When I was pregnant with Skibbles, I spent a lot of time laid up on the couch, which meant I spent a lot of time watching The Food Network.  It didn't particularly matter what show was on, though I did have my favorites [insert anything with Bobby Flay].  But one small little detail changed out lives.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Sears Security Officers Posts Photos of Breastfeeding Mothers Without Consent

Tonight, I was supposed to be working.  After two days away at a business event, my inbox was flooded.  Instead though, I found myself aimlessly scrolling through Facebook.  Then Instagram.  Then Twitter.  Then back to Facebook.  As I was scrolling, a friend's post from a few hours before caught my attention.  I had to re-read it a few times, because I was a bit shocked.  "Sears Security officer posted pictures of breastfeeding mothers on Twitter".