miniOrganics – review

miniOrganics is an Australian  company that makes certified organic products for both mom and baby.  Their motto is "our children deserve nothing less".  All of their products are free from genetically-modified ingredients, pesticide residues, petrochemicals, sulphates and parabens - all of the bad stuff that moms (and dads) worry about exposing their new babies to. For review I was sent the Gentle Baby Wash, Nourishing Body Oil and Soothing Nipple Balm.  I have used the Gentle Baby Wash Read more [...]

What’s for breakfast – Zucchini & carrot loaf

This recipe is from an old Alberta Agriculture Home Echonomics Branch book called "Zucchini, zucchini, zucchini...".  I've made a teeny change and added some carrots and flax seeds; my changes are in pink.  This loaf freezes really well, so I baked it in 4 small loaves instead of one big one so I could put a couple in the freezer to enjoy when the new baby arrives.  Enjoy! Zucchini loaf Ingredients: 2 cups flour 2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 cup butter 1 Read more [...]

Hearts of Love Event on Kidsumers and My Little Review Corner

There's a big event going on right now over at Kidsumers and My Little Review Corner.  Running from February 1st to February 14, there are over $1400 in prizes available to be won on both sites, and the best part is that the prizes are for Americans and Canadians alike! You can also follow the giveaways on Twitter by following @ReviewCorner and @kidsumers or checking out the #heartsoflove hashtag.  I like to support my fellow Canadian bloggers whenever I can, and these ladies have some Read more [...]

Kiki’s Fashions – review & giveaway

Clothes shopping can be frustrating at the best of times, but it's especially bad when you're pregnant.  One of the hardest things is finding maternity clothes that are fashionable and don't break the bank, especially if you live in a smaller area and don't have a lot of options locally, like when I was pregnant with my daughter.  I didn't want to spend $50+ on one shirt that realistically I would only be wearing for a maximum of 6 months.  Even if you plan to have more children, you may not Read more [...]

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