Moms and Crafter's big boy has just turned one! With so many people asking around about the perfect first birthday gift, Moms and Crafters has put together a 1st birthday gift guide, together with the ultimate list of best gifts for a first birthday, from the perspective of a mom. You can check out more of the features of the Year of Parenthood Celebration event, including loads of 1st birthday resources, with more coming soon!
To top it off, Moms and Crafters arranged this amazing giveaway! One winner will receive the entire prize pack, valued at approximately $258! Check out the reviews on each of the prizes below, then enter to win.
Marcie over at Scoots McGhee Diaper Covers sent me a beautiful cover to review and tell you guys about. I really can't get over how adorable this thing is. I love the print, but that's not the best part -
The all natural butters in Honey Love Essential's lotion bar are safe for all skin types. It provides long lasting moisture without being heavy and clogging pores. Honey Love Essentials Lotion Bars are made from food grade oils that soothe damaged cell, not irritate.
The Lavender Lotion Bar leaves your skin silky soft all day. Made of all natural butters combined with lavender essential oil to heal and moisture the skin with no artificial fillers or preservatives. I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds fantastic! And I know there are a LOT of you out there that just love the natural products that I'm lucky enough to feature here...so how's about winning one?
One lucky reader of All Natural Mom 101 and Not Quite Crunchy Mommy will win an all natural Lavender Lotion Bar from Honey Love Essentials.
Giveaway will start Oct. 23rd and end on Nov. 1st.
Open to US only.
Enter to win via Rafflecopter below.
Disclosure: Not Quite Crunchy Mommy and all other promoting bloggers have not been compensated in any form for this publication, nor are they responsible for the fulfillment of the prize. Please contact Kaitlyn at www.allnaturlmom101.com if you have any questions, comments or concerns. Thank you
Debest garments are made with natural cotton so it is free of bleach and harmful dyes that are bad for the environment making them totally safe for baby's skin. It is also much softer than cotton that has been bleached white since the fibers are undisturbed. They run in sizes 3-12months but are a tad on the large side. Read the full review of the "Ruffles In Bloom" Two-Piece Set pictured below (with the pink) by mama pure. Debest offers a selection of short and long sleeved bodysuits, sleepers, two-piece sets, and blankets. Their pricing ranges from $12 to $36 (based on current stock).
If looking for high quality, natural & eco-friendly baby clothing then be sure to check out Debest!
Debest is generously giving away an outfit of the winner's choice (up to $36 ARV). This giveaway will run from 10/22 at 12am EST through 11/4 at 11:59pm EST. It is open to United States & Canadian residents. Void where prohibited. Please use the rafflecopter below to enter.
Not Quite Crunchy Mommy was not compensated for promoting this giveaway and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, or any other social media. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this giveaway or the Milk Makin' Mamas Event please contact Laura at www.mamapure.com.
Well I've made it to week 25 in one piece. According to Babycenter.com this little one is about 13 1/2 inches and 1 1/2 pounds.
I truly hope he/she is bigger than that, since I've put on a heft amount of weight in the last month and a half! I know, I know...it's all for the good of the baby. I don't have an issue with gaining weight during pregnancy, though I will admit that I am already planning my post-baby weight-loss strategy.
Even with the weight gain (which is looking to be more than previous pregnancies) I have to say I've been very lucky this pregnancy.
Things have been going well. I have the normal pregnancy complaints of course. My lower back and left leg can get pretty bad at times. I have to sit when I get dressed or my leg will randomly give out on me, which is really more embarrassing than anything. Heartburn is becoming a problem, and it seems that no matter what I eat, if it's after 7pm it just is not a good idea. I drank a glass of milk around 9pm one night and ended up with heartburn. I didn't even think that was possible! And, of course, sleeping is getting difficult.
It isn't that I'm uncomfortable so much that I have some terrible pregnancy insomnia. On the bright side I've gotten really far on Candy Crush lately. Go me!
I have 3 weeks until my next doctor's visit and the dreaded glucose test. No one looks forward to that. With my daughter it was no biggie, but with my son it made me feel awful. Part of me is a little concerned this go around. I feel like I'm due for some sort of problem or complication.
Latest craving? Coffee. I'm not a coffee drinker really, haven't been in years. Suddenly I want to move into a Starbucks. All I want anymore are vanilla iced coffees with lots of cream and sugar. I've been so good with caffeine this pregnancy that I did treat myself to one the other day while we were at Target. It was so damn good but I felt guilty afterwards. Next time I'll just get decaf. Treating myself once or twice a month can't be so bad, right? Ah, go ahead and judge me.
Hoping all the other expecting moms are doing well, I know there are a lot of you!