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Bum Boosa Bamboo Baby Wipes
I am going to cut right to the chase on our next review and talk about baby bums! As parents we want to keep our babies and kids safe and out of harms way. We also want to keep them away from harmful chemicals that can me harsh on their delicate skin.
Mommy and Baby Reviews recently had the opportunity to work with Bum Boosa and review a must have and one of our new favorite baby products on the market. We were sent a full size package of Bamboo Baby Wipes to review free of charge. Bum Boosa Bamboo Products is proud to be a B Corp, Cruetly-Free and Certified Women Owned Company. I was extremely excited when the baby wipes arrived.
My neice suffers from severe diaper rashes for many reasons. So we were looking forward to trying a product that was natural. The wipes are non-synthetic tree free products. The wipes easily dispense from it’s container which makes diaper changing a breeze. The wipes are extremely absorbent which means I can change her diapers without wasting wipes.
Why does Mommy and Baby Reviews love Bum Boosa Bamboo Baby Wipes?
They are stronger and thicker than wipes we have used in the past. Bum Boosa wipes are hypoallergenic perfect for my neices delicate skin. The wipes actully soothes her skin and because they are not made with alcohol it doesn’t dry out her skin. They smell great and are naturally scented with mild blend of sweet orange and lavender. Don’t worry there isn’t an overpowering scent either it is perfect.
What ingredients are in Bum Boosa Bamboo Baby Wipes?
Purified Water, Vegetable Glycerin, Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe Vera) Leaf, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Calendula Extract, Polysorbate 20, Chamomile Flower Extract, Lavandula augustifolia (Lavender) oil, Citrus Sinensis (Sweet Orange) oil.
If you would like more information or to purchase Bamboo Baby Wipes, please visit the Bum Boosa Website. Be sure to stay up to date on all of the latest news and products from Bum Boosa by following their social media pages on Facebook, YouTube, Google+, Pinterest and Twitter.
(A special thank you to Bum Boosa for sending Mommy and Baby Reviews a package of Bamboo Baby Wipes free of charge to review. Mommy and Baby Reviews follows all FTC guidelines. All opinions stated in our review are our own truthfully opinion and were not influenced by the sponsor or from getting the review product free of charge. We were in no way compensated for our review or opinion. Mommy and Baby Reviews only recommends products and services that we feel are a good fit for our readers.)
Bright Star Kids Labels
In a house with four kids, we rely on personalizing everything. We tried buying each of the kids different colors, styles or patterns but it doesn’t always work. Especially with four kids who like the same things. From tooth brushes to video games, personalize labels are a must have in our house. They even come in handy for daycare, school and visits to cousin’s and friends houses.
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DISNEY JUNIOR’S “YO HO, LET’S GO SUMMER!” MULTI-PLATFORM PROGRAMMING EVENT RETURNS FEATURING NEW EPISODES OF CABLE TV’S #1 AND #2 SERIES AMONG KIDS 2-5, “DOC MCSTUFFINS” AND
“JAKE AND THE NEVER LAND PIRATES,” BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 4
New iOS Apps Available Today for “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” and “Jake and the Never Land Pirates”
DisneyJunior.com to Launch Summer Super-Site Featuring New Online Games to “Unlock” Each Week and Printable Summer Scrapbook
Disney Junior’s interactive multi-platform “Yo Ho, Let’s Go Summer!” programming event returns with new episodes of “Doc McStuffins” and “Jake and the Never Land Pirates,” cable TV’s #1 and #2 series among Kids 2-5 respectively, as well as other favorite Disney Junior series including “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” “Jungle Junction” and “Octonauts” beginning MONDAY, JUNE 4-FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. The “Yo Ho, Let’s Go Summer!” programming event will take place across all Disney Junior digital platforms including Disney Junior On Demand, Mobile and iTunes, as well as an immersive online super-site on DisneyJunior.com featuring new games to “unlock” each week and a printable summer scrapbook. Additionally, new interactive iOS apps for “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” and “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” launch today.
Disney Junior’s “Yo Ho, Let’s Go Summer!” programming event kicks off on Monday, June 4 with a week of new “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” episodes airing on both the Disney Junior programming block on Disney Channel (8:30 a.m., ET/PT) and the new 24-hour Disney Junior channel (5:30 p.m., ET/PT). Also beginning June 4, kids and their parents can log on to DisneyJunior.com/Summer to print out pictures of their favorite Disney Junior characters to take along with them and include in photos of their summer adventures. Parents can then upload the photos of their child with their character for the chance to be seen on Disney Junior. The site will also feature a printable summer scrapbook, with new pages added each week through August 24.
Beginning Friday, June 15, new episodes of favorite Disney Junior series will air every Friday throughout the summer on both the Disney Junior programming block and the Disney Junior channel. During each episode premiere, kids will see a featured Disney Junior character of the day and can go online to DisneyJunior.com/Summer to unlock a new game based on that character.
Among the premieres are an episode of “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” where Marina (voiced by recurring guest star Ariel Winter of “Modern Family”) and the rest of the mermaids make Izzy an honorary mermaid, Friday, June 29; a special 45-minute episode of “Jungle Junction,” where Zooter and Ellyvan care for a stranded baby FlaGoGo bird, Friday, July 6; Donald Duck serves as a reluctant babysitter for a mystery egg on “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” Friday, July 13; Jim Belushi guest stars as the recurring character Glo-Bo, a six-handed toy monster in “Doc McStuffins,” Friday, July 20; Jane Kaczmarek guest stars in the recurring role of Red Jessica, a swashbuckling pirate gal who wins over Captain Hook in “Jake and the Never Land Pirates,” Friday, August 10; and a heartwarming episode of “Doc McStuffins” where Doc’s toy friends come to her rescue when she becomes the patient, Friday, August 17.
In anticipation of this summer’s programming festivities, the network today launched two new iOS apps, the “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Road Rally” appisode app on iPad and “Jake’s Never Land Pirate School” gaming app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Road Rally appisode brings viewing, learning and interaction together into one cohesive, fun-filled iPad experience. Fans 2-7 years old can touch, tap shake, swipe, drag and talk through an entire episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. The activities presented in the “appisode” include valuable counting, critical thinking and problem solving skills. This is the first in a series of Disney Junior Appisodes to be released this year.
Using the “Jake’s Never Land Pirate School” app, preschoolers can become completely immersed in Never Land, completing pirate-themed challenges presented in Sailing, Music, Flying, and Map and Spyglass classes. Features include: hunting for doubloons on Doubloon Beach; a customizable pirate certificate signed by Jake; and the ability to import a child’s photo into Pixie Dust flying class.
Disney Channel’s Disney Junior block ended 1Q 2012 with its highest 1Q ratings ever across target demos Kids 2-5, Girls 2-5, Boys 2-5, Women 18-49 and Total Viewers (1.4 million), marking its 5th straight quarter of posting quarterly highs (1Q11 to 1Q12) in Kids 2-5 and Boys 2-5. Year to date, “Doc McStuffins” and “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” are the Top 2 cable TV series in Kids 2-5 and Boys 2-5, and the Top 2 preschool cable TV series in Total Viewers and Women 18-49. “Doc McStuffins” is also cable’s #1 series with girls 2-5 for the year. Moreover, the March 23 premiere of “Doc McStuffins” became the #1 preschool series launch in cable TV history in Adults 18-49. [Source: NTI, 12/26/11-5/20/12, L+7 ratings. "Doc McStuffins" series launch, 3/23/12, Live + SD; Series ranks based on program level data, most current, includes ties based on rating.]
Disney Junior reflects the emotional connection generations of consumers have to Disney storytelling and Disney characters, both classic and contemporary. It invites mom and dad to join their child in the Disney experience of magical, musical and heartfelt stories and characters, while incorporating specific learning and development themes designed for kids age 2-7. Disney Junior’s series blend Disney’s unparalleled storytelling and characters kids love deeply with learning, including early math, language skills, healthy eating and lifestyles, and social skills. Disney Junior launched in February 2011 with a daily programming block on Disney Channel. In its first year, Disney Junior posted the network’s biggest yearly audience in the daypart in Total Viewers, Kids 2-5, Boys 2-5 and Women 18-49, increasing by double-digit margins among preschooler demographics over year-ago levels. On March 23, 2012 Disney Junior added a cable and satellite channel in the U.S. bringing the total number of channels to 29 worldwide.
(I am a Disney Blogger. This information was emailed to me and I decided to share with my readers. I received no compensation for posting.)
Before you decide to Drink & Drive Read This!
Today I am going to share something that has been passed around the internet probably more times than can be imagined. I can not bring myself to post the picture that is being shared with it because it was just to heartbreaking.
My reason for sharing this isn’t because of a personal experience with Drunk Driving but because I am a parent and a human being. Too many times people take life for granted and are selfish in the choices they make. Rarely, do they think how are my actions going to effect others. Is my one moment of thinking I am sober enough to drive going to decide the fate of someone else?
Keep Your Pants Up With Dapper Snappers
Alexandria is so tall and thin that it is impossible to find her pants that fit her in both length and waist! If I find her the pants that fit her in the length then they are huge in the waste and they end up falling down. I have tried several types of belts and have found one that we both like. The leather ones that you usually find at your local Walmart or Target, hurt her stomach or irritate her skin because they don’t stay in the belt loops. Recently, we had the chance to try Dapper Snappers Big Kids Belts. These remind me of the belts from when I was younger. It was white and had rainbows all over it and I thought it was so cool. Alexandria LOVES Dapper Snappers! They are easy for her to buckle and unbuckle when she needs to go to the bathroom and I don’t have to worry about her fussing with a belt and having an accident or needing help in school when she needs to use the bathroom.
Dapper Snappers are made from quality Suspender Elastic, perfect for a snug but not squeezing fit. They have an easy interlocking buckle that makes it super easy to get in and out. They are fully adjustable so it will easily grow with your child. They are available in several colors sure to match any outfit. Dapper Snappers are Made in the USA and CPSIA tested and approved!
(A special thank you to Dapper Snappers for sending Mommy and Baby Reviews the product to review free of charge. All opinions stated in our review are our own truthfully opinion and were not influenced by the sponsor or from getting the review product free of charge. We were in no way compensated for our review or opinion. Mommy and Baby Reviews only recommends products and services that we feel are a good fit for our readers.)