Monday, April 21, 2014

Decorating With Removable Wall Stickers (Guest Post)

Disclosure: This is a sponsored guest post. 

Nowadays, wall sticker have become a world wide design. The removable wall stickers are widely used in homes, private nursery, apartments and so on. On the other hand, the popularity of removable wall decals is developing. Because it is easy to apply, cost less and aesthetic.

First of all, removable wall decals are easy to apply and easy to remove. It won’t damage your wall, no sticky residue is left behind and certainly no repainting. It can be applied almost any where on smooth, dry and clean surfaces. You can even decorate your bathroom, door or wall border.

Secondly, it costs less. It’s an economic way to decorate your house. For example, it would be a large amount of money if you improve your home decoration by a company. Also, you can use your own imagination to create your style. And, you can decorate your house with your family.

Thirdly, it is aesthetic. There are different types of wall stickers. Such as animal wall stickers, plants wall stickers, quotes wall sticker… and so on. You can choose whatever you like. A beautiful wall art sticker will bring a pleasant atmosphere for your home or office. So, it’s a great choice to use wall stickers to decorate.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Baby Moccasins Review + Giveaway

Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins Giveaway: Winner's Choice
Welcome to the Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins Giveaway
Hosted by Miss Frugal Mommy & Sponsored by Freshly Picked

About Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins

100% Genuine Leather Moccasins
Each item in our shop is hand made in the U.S.A. and ready to ship
“Freshly Picked moccasins feature a unique design with elastic at the opening. Our shoes are easy to put on, easy to take off, and most importantly: stay on your child’s foot. Our soft-soled shoes are made with durable leather and are suitable for infants and toddlers alike. These gorgeous moccs have been featured in Parenting Magazine, IN TOUCH, US weekly,, Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Kim Take New York.”
Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins Giveaway: Winner's Choice
You can discover more about the Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins in Miss Frugal Mommy's review!
Now for the exciting part! One lucky fan is going to win 1 pair of Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins of their choice. This giveaway is open to US residents 18 and older. Enter to win in the rafflecopter below, all entries will be verified, one entrant per household or you will immediately be disqualified. Winner will be contacted via email and has 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. Good Luck!!!

"How to Lose a Lemur" Review & Giveaway (Ends 4/24)

Disclaimer: A Fulfilled Mommy received a free product in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are honest and may differ from your own. The sponsor is responsible for prize shipment.

I'm happy to share one of our latest favorite books with you all. "How to Lose a Lemur" is a captivating storybook about a little boy who is befriended by none other than...lemurs! When these lemurs begin to follow him around, he finds himself far from home. He leaves on a train, goes in a hot air balloon, and even finds himself in the mountains! Even through it all, his lemur friends help him home. This tale teaches children that maybe we shouldn't always judge a book by it's cover. After all, once a lemur takes a fancy to you, there is not much that can be done about it. 

My children absolutely loved this story. I'm excited that the sponsor will be offering one reader a copy of "How to Lose a Lemur" by Frann Preston-Gannon. If you're interested in purchasing the book, you can do so here. My children absolutely loved this book and I hope it brings smiles to your family too! Use the Giveaway Tools form below to enter.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Pretty Mommies Three-Step System Giveaway

Pretty Mommies Skincare 3 Step System Giveaway
Welcome to the Pretty Mommies Skincare Three-Step System Giveaway
Hosted by Miss Frugal Mommy & Sponsored by Pretty Mommies

About Pretty Mommies

“Pretty Mommies was designed to provide safe, all natural, effective products to mommies just like you. That’s why Pretty Mommies is now the #1 physician recommended maternity skin care line.”
Pretty Mommies products will:
  • cleanse & naturally exfoliate
  • hydrate & soothe
  • provide high levels of antioxidants and anti-aging properties
  • significantly reduce breakouts and lighten melasma, hyperpgimentation
  • increase collagen and elastin production, which reduces fine lines & wrinkles
  • help with inflammation and irritation
  • offer superior broad spectrum sun protection
  • provide an overall healthy complexion

Products In the Three Step System:

let's be clear   Let’s be clear: Healthy skin begins with clean skin. So the first step in your Pretty Mommies regimen is to thoroughly cleanse and gently exfoliate with our all natural facial cleanser. It washes away impurities without drying out your skin, leaving it soft and hydrated. Let’s Be Clear safely addresses common skin conditions specific to pregnant and nursing women – like hormonal acne breakouts – but it  also contains many other healthy skin care benefits.”       truth be told   “Here’s the truth: This multi-functional product does it all. With other skin care lines, you have to use several products to get the results that Truth Be Told provides all by itself. Plus, it contains only the highest quality natural ingredients. As the second step in your Pretty Mommies skin care regimen, it may be the most powerful. Truth Be Told provides a high level of antioxidants and anti-aging properties. It also brightens, hydrates and calms down inflammation. And on top of that, it contains natural anti-bacterial ingredients which help to significantly improve acne and blemishes. So skin is soft, bright, clear and younger-looking.”     protect and reflect “Moms are passionate protectors. That’s why the third step in your Pretty Mommies regimen is sunscreen. Made with pure, non-nano 22.5% zinc oxide, this sunscreen gives you superior broad spectrum sun protection and reflects harmful UVA/UVB rays. Sun protection is extremely important, but Protect & Reflect also prevents hyperpigmentation and melasma from worsening. The natural anti-inflammatory benefits of zinc calm down stubborn hormonal acne. Loaded with antioxidants, it also soothes and hydrates your skin. Plus, it goes on clear with no white residue. Protect & Reflect is an excellent makeup primer too – because zinc, a natural mineral, softly fills in fine lines, wrinkles and pores without clogging them. That means flawless looking skin.”       You can discover more about these great skin care products in Miss Frugal Mommy's review! Now for the exciting part! One lucky fan is going to win all three products featured in this giveaway post (RV $119.) This giveaway is open to US residents 18 and older. Enter to win in the rafflecopter below, all entries will be verified, one entrant per household or you will immediately be disqualified. Winner will be contacted via email and has 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. Good Luck!!!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Our Breastfeeding Update: The end of tandem nursing

*Check out my guest post from February on tandem nursing over at Granolaish!*

I've had some requests to talk about Hallie and I's breastfeeding relationship. One request I got a while back was on my experience pumping to donate, which is a post I'll do another time.

Starting off, I wanted to share a little bit of my breastfeeding history. Hallie is the fourth baby I've nursed. My first two children were nursed with supplement due to inexperience and pregnancy lowering my milk supply. (I was pregnant with my third baby when my second was just a few months old.) My third child exclusively breastfed with supplemental solids when he was ready. He nursed for 3 1/2 years, weaning in March. We tandem nursed for 13 months. Hallie is now 14 months old and still nursing.

I think part of the reason I put off this post is that I was sort of in denial that Avery was weaning. He was the first baby I nursed exclusively. I fought through the early weeks of sore, bleeding nipples and toe curling pain. When we hit a year, I was just enthralled. I absolutely never thought we'd end up going until he was 3 1/2 years old. I sort of figured he'd wean by his second birthday, but then we just kept going.

After Hallie was born, I knew we'd be tandem nursing. I didn't really put a time limit on it. I just figured with the way things were going, Avery would be done between 3 and 3 1/2 years old. I would be fibbing if I didn't say I was ultimately relieved that he did wean. While tandem nursing has many benefits, I was definitely ready for a break. Since Cheyenne and Avery are a year apart, I have been lactating since August 2009!

Hallie and I have had a pretty easy breastfeeding relationship for the most part. The hardest part has been nursing through a class 4 lip tie. In the beginning, she had a very shallow latch which led to frequent clogged ducts. Ultimately, we've had about four bouts of mastitis. The last I had bilateral mastitis (which is rare, according to my lactation consultant!) This occurred just over a month ago and was not fun whatsoever.

Looking past the hard parts, breastfeeding has been so very rewarding for me as a mother. I'm extremely bonded to my children. They are all extremely healthy, with very strong immune systems. Being a mom who has used formula in the past, I do not miss the lugging around of bottles and extra water in order to mix the formula in the go.

As for the future, I'll nurse Hallie for as long as she wants. We are currently planning on having one more child, so I do not know if she'll wean before the next pregnancy or not. We shall see.

If you're nursing, or planning on nursing, working through all the the "booby traps" and hard times is so worth it. Before you know it, you'll be hitting those 6 week, 6 month, and 1 year milestones. You are giving your child a gift that formula cannot replicate.

Are you a breastfeeding mother? Do you have any questions or would you like to see me do a specific post on breastfeeding? Please leave your questions in the comments!


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