Thursday, June 24, 2010

A Few of My Favorite Things

1. Sassy Baby Mealtime on the Go Feeding Set: I had been thinking that we needed something just like this when Peachy went exclusively to table food. Gone were the days of grabbing a baby food jar, spoon, and bib and calling it supper. Then I saw this set advertised on the back of a parenting magazine AND it was available at Target. Win, win. Now when we are eating away from home, I toss Peachy's food in and we are a go. The only complaint I have about this product is that the spoon that it comes with is pretty much flat and therefor not so useful. Oh, and the set we got is all blue, not the cool mix-match of colors shown here.


2. Tupperware Sandwich Keeper: Since we have a fun food storage set for Peachy, we may as well have one for ourselves, right? Actually these will mainly be used in packing Mr Cherry's lunches. I think that it will be nice not to go through so many sandwich bags every week. Also, these are able to just be tossed into the dishwasher to be cleaned.


3. Tresemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo: This is a product that has been making a big splash on some of the blogs I read. (Or maybe not a splash, since it is dry! :o) I have the kind of hair that really needs to be washed everyday. I have the kind of motivation that makes me not want to wash it and style it everyday. When I saw this product, I thought that I might have found my solution. I have tried it a couple of times now and it really does help my hair not too look and feel so greasy. Now, it isn't the same as actually washing your hair, but several steps up from doing nothing at all. I was also able to pick this up at Target and it cost less than $5.


4. Up and Up Daily Cleansing Cloths: Add these in with the dry shampoo and you can have yourself feeling halfway human without setting foot in the shower. (Sorry to admit this to those of you who always thought that I was perfect and to those of you who know me in real life. :o) I am told that these are just like the Biore brand cleansing cloths, but of course they come with an Up and Up price tag.

5. Safety First Sleepy Baby Nail Clippers: I have never been a fan of cutting Peachy's finger and toe nails. The clippers that we had made it very hard to see where you were clipping and it only took a few bad clips to make me hesitant. When I found these at K-Mart recently, it looked like a design that might work for me. Plus the added emery board feature really seemed like a good idea. These clippers work really well for me. I can see where I am clipping and feel steady while doing it.

1 comment:

Rachel said...

I just may have to try a few of these items - they look PERFECT for when we are camping. :) Thanks!