Crayola Color Wonder Mess-Free Airbrush {Review + Giveaway}

crayola color wonder airbrush review

It's no secret that my toddler loves arts and crafts. It took us some time to get to this point, but these days he is up for almost anything. He loves exploring colors, textures and materials of all sorts. However, this usually means a mess of markers and paints all over his hands, face and clothes. That's why I was excited to try out Crayola's Color Wonder Mess Free Airbrush with him as part of my Holiday Gift Guide. The Color Wonder Airbrush set comes with the airbrush sprayer, six Color Wonder mini markers, three themed stencil sheets and 20 sheets of Color Wonder paper. The … [Read more...]

21 Angel Crafts to Get Kids Ready for Christmas

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If you love angels like we do, you'll enjoy checking out all these cute angel crafts we've rounded up for the little ones. You can make these angel crafts with your toddlers or preschoolers just in time for Christmas using kid-friendly craft material including everything from paper plates and toilet paper rolls to cupcake liners and footprints :). Find a favorite to create with your child as you countdown to Christmas! Angel crafts made from paper plates: Angel Paper Plate Christmas Craft from Meaningful Mama Paper Plate Angel Craft from My Kid Craft Paper Plate Angel from … [Read more...]

How to Care for Baby’s Teeth #MAMSmiles Twitter Party + Giveaway

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Is your baby teething? Has he sprouted a couple of teeth and wondering when you should start brushing? Have any other questions on what to do to provide natural and long-lasting relief? If you're eager to learn more about how to care for baby's new teeth, then join @MAMBaby to get some answers! @MAMBaby will be hosting a Twitter Party tonight 12/17 at 8PM ET. Simply follow @MAMBaby on Twitter and follow the #MAMSmiles hashtag to participate. Prizes include MAM toothbrushes and teethers. Also, as a Mommy's Bundle reader you can enter for a chance to win a another MAM baby oral care … [Read more...]

Activity Fire Truck for Babies & Toddlers

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One of our favorite toys featured in this year's Holiday Gift Guide is the Busy Fire Truck by ALEX TOYS. The Busy Fire Truck adds a new twist to the classic wooden toy - with 8 fun colorful activities on every side. It provides fun ways to play that stimulate learning and development for both babies and toddlers, 10 months and up. Activities include rolling wheels, curvy bead maze, turning picture tiles, spinning gear, movable ladder and more! The curvy bead maze on the top of the colorful fire truck was one of their favorite activities to practice fine motor skills and hand-eye … [Read more...]

Silimap Portable Placemat: A Baby Item for Easy Traveling {Giveaway}

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There are a few baby items that you call "must-have" when traveling with little ones. The Silimap Portable Placement is one of those items. It makes eating on-the-go (especially during cold-flu season) a little less stressful. The Silimap is a fun silicone placemat and map of the United States, perfect for helping kids become familiar with all the states. One of the things we found most useful about the Silimap was it's durability. Because it is made from silicone, it stays in place  better than the standard plastic placemats made for traveling. This means it's not as easy for your … [Read more...]

5 Tips to Baby Proof Your Christmas Tree

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This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Huggies Little Snugglers and Latina Bloggers Connect.  With Christmas around the corner, I knew it was time to get serious about baby-proofing and toddler-proofing our Christmas tree. Little ones are so curious about the world around them. A 6-7 foot tree dazzled in lights and shiny ornaments will only attract them even more. If I learned anything from the last two years with my first son, I knew it was time to put a plan in action to keep him and my youngest son safe from danger, and keep our home Christmas-ready. Here are 5 tips to … [Read more...]

Angel Christmas Craft for Kids

Angel Christmas Craft

I love angels. They are synonymous with all that is divine. So its only fitting to include angels in a Christmas craft. Last week, I was looking to find an easy way to create a cute and simple angel that could be added to the array of Christmas crafts and decor already sitting on our mantle. So naturally, toilet paper rolls came to mind. Here's what we used to create our kid-friendly angel craft: Toilet paper roll White washable paint Glue Glitter Pipe cleaner Paper plate My toddler painted the toilet paper roll white, while I used a paper plate to cut out angel … [Read more...]

Best Shoes for Babies: pediped {Review & Giveaway}

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Don't you just love shopping for baby shoes? There's just something about seeing adult style shoes in tiny sizes that gets me every time! Shoes are one of my favorite baby items to shop for! But it's sometimes hard to make a case for buying those shoes when baby is still growing. Sure they're cute, but are they comfortable and does baby really need them? Well when it comes to long-term foot development, the answer is YES! And that's what the pediped® brand is all about: style, comfort and optimal foot development for baby! About pediped® The brand offers more than 140 designs for … [Read more...]

An Easy Way to Add Veggies to Your Meals #EatSmartVeggies

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Let's face it: we all want to eat healthy...especially to model that same behavior we expect from our children. But veggies, aren't always easy to incorporate into your meals if you're a busy mom like me who always has someone to check on or something to finish around the house. There's the whole buying fresh and using within a few days to keep veggies from spoiling. You have to toss in a few other greens to get a variety of nutrients. And then you have to prep and include some flavors and dressings. So these days, I prefer easy-to-cook, semi-homemade food. Food that won't take too much … [Read more...]

Favorite Holiday Traditions to Share with Family

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This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Sears and Latina Bloggers Connect.  As a kid, Christmas was always a magical time, from the first snow sightings and bells ringing to the growing wonder of what our special gift under the tree would hold.  There were so many holiday traditions that made it special, but what I remember most were those moments that my family shared together on Christmas Eve. Mami's Sabroso Turkey First things first, one of my favorite childhood memories around Christmas was the delicious aroma of turkey roasting in the oven. My mom always makes a super … [Read more...]