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You now put in the birthday (or due date) of your weeist one and identify (or not) the gender and Ecocentric Mom does the rest!
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This taste like a better version of kettle corn. The flavor is not as sickly sweet. It has a slight crunch of toffee and/or caramel popcorn does but you do not see any of the colored sugar crystallization that would give that indication.
I did not want to share but luckily for me, my Squeakers only like butter popcorn… so I shared of course!
This is more of a teething toy than a bath toy in this household. My weeist was the only one who really would teeth/chew on anything and he went to town on these!
They are hard to grasp in the bathtub but it makes a nice cute show for the littles!
It is hard for a wee one to connect them together but there should not be any issue for them to reconnect the toys from each other. Regardless, I would recommend this bath toy because it is lightweight (i.e., it is a very light projectile if any siblings had any ideas), colorful, cheerful and chewable.
This is unscented and is perfect for babies and adults alike. It has ceramides that lock in moisture. I put it in my gardening bag since it has foliage on it and I have been told that bugs like perfumed stuff.
I like these! I bought a set previously a long time ago and they work really well. I put them in the refrigerator and freezer and when I think of it, I put them on a windowsill when it is really sunny for it to recharge.
I am thinking based on the link that I found, that this bag is from a set of three.
I actually have at least 4 paperbook journals in storage (I cannot seem to find the “I Like/Love” journals via the internets to link to but this was back years ago). At least 1 and a half of the memory journals that I bought on sale are filled up with memories of my firstborn. I believe the others are still blank. I am either going to gift this or see if my firstborn would be inclined to write down the cute memories of her siblings.
So when she only does a few pages and forgets I get less momma’s guilt on not completing their baby books.
Yea! There was a nom.
And the nom was nommable.
Everything else was gravy. Not really but it definitely complimented the noms and my hormonal levels. Everything was practical and useful. The little one loves to smily thinges, my refrigerator is less smelly, another purse finds a lotion match, and I might be able to get some assistants from my eldest, Pipsqeak, to write down memories (I am waiting for the last day of school to give it to her and let’s hope it takes off)!