Sunday, March 1, 2015

Rain Created for Living *Review & Giveaway

Try Your Luck Giveaway Hop hosted by LeahSay's Views and Planet Weidknecht
March is your time to get lucky! After you read my review below and enter the giveaway, hop around to enter at the other blogs for some great prizes.

 Rain Africa creates handmade bath and body products using ingredients with African origins. Natural, and organic products harvested sustainably. No animal testing or child labor! The products are free of parabens, petroleum, mineral oil, and paraffin.

"We are the only Southern African beauty and body product company which is accredited by both Fair Trade in Africa and the international Fair Trade body in Europe."

With over a dozen collections, Rain Africa has something for everyone.

 Rain Baby line includes this pure 100% natural Baby and Mom Butter which has been amazing for both of us this winter. Having a winter baby has created dry skin for her and I only want to use natural products to help hydrate her precious skin. Rain Baby is an excellent  company that only uses natural and organic ingredients. The butter is smooth, and not greasy. It has a very mild scent, unlike some overpowering baby lotions. A must for all new moms! I want to invest in my baby's skin just like I would my own and the Rain Baby products are a must for health.

Biologie is a multi tasking range that helps protect the skin and hair. Biologie 100% Natural Shower Gel is made with coconut oil for moisturizing. It has extract of spearmint, rosemary, and rooibos along with baobab pulp. The gel goes on smoothly, and smells wonderful! It doesn't leave a lingering smell to interfere with lotions and creams.

Enter to win 2 products from the  Biologie line. The shower gel pictured above and the Coconut Shea Intense Hydration.

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Batman Party Kit Birthday in a Box *Review

 A seven year old's birthday is a super special occassion. This special 7 year old has a new baby sister who is only 10 days old. I am so thankful for Birthday in a Box to help make this birthday party easy for me! They have a huge selection of birthday supplies in all themes.

My 7 year old is a huge batman fan so we opted for a Batman Party complete with balloons, cups, plates, napkins,  silverware, decorations, centerpiece, masks and even candles. The only thing I needed to add to it was the cake! I was able to make his birthday super special despite having a new baby. Birthday in a box is a must for all of my kids upcoming birthday parties. The prices are really reasonable and you can find just about any theme you can imagine. I live in a small town and we only have one store that would even carry birthday supplies. Their selection is very limited to what is popular right now, and batman wasn't one of them.

We took the mylar balloons that were included to our local store and they put helium in them for a small fee. The huge Batman balloon was a hit!

 Learn about  Batman's History and share it with your batman fans! We strung up the crepe paper and banner and our birthday party was staged.

 We even tried to make the new baby join in the party!

 Birthday in a Box was a huge success! I couldn't have been any more pleased with the supplies it came with. We literally had everything we needed. So stress free!

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Kimberly House Baby Linens *Review & Giveaway

Kimberly House luxury linens, natural fiber, and hand embroidered. Their baby line is exquisite!

We reviewed this beautiful sleepsack in rosebud pink. At three months old my daughter is already an expert at kicking off her blankets and covers at night. We have had record low temperatures in KY this winter, and it is not the time to be doing that!

The Gordonsbury sleepsack is like a baby sleeping bag. She can't kick it off, but has plenty of room to stretch and move to her hearts content. We have pajamas that are simply made of a thin cotton that are a sleep sack idea, but they still don't keep her as warm as I would like. This is a heavy weight, 100% cotton sack has a zippered bottom with snaps at the shoulder for easily accessing the baby while she sleeps.

I tend to have to change her diaper midway through the night, and the zippered pouch makes it easy to do without disturbing her sleep.

This sleepsack is for babies up to 6 months, or when they outgrow it. I plan on keeping this around for grandbabies for sure. The embroidered details are reminiscent of the old days when people took the time to handcraft gowns for their their babies. The roses are perfect and so tiny!

Kimberly House has a complete line of gorgeous bedding and linen for your baby. Delicate and warm just as you would want for your precious bundle.
This bedding by Gordonsbury is heirloom quality. Your little one will pass it on to her baby, and grandbabies after. It is just that great of a quality!

I have a wonderful giveaway for you which includes a Nappy Stacker and Guest Towel from the Hey Diddle Diddle nursery rhyme line.

Enter to win these Heirloom Products!
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