Tuesday, May 22, 2012

MAM Smile Baby, Smile Party

I was so excited when I found out I was gonna get to host a MAM Smile Baby, Smile Party.  I got to try MAM oral hygiene products and I got to give those products to the parents for there kids to try out. The MAM products that I was sent included MAM Baby Massaging Brush, MAM Baby Training Brush, MAM Baby Oral Care Rabbit, MAM Baby Learn to Brush Set, MAM Baby First Brush, and MAM Baby Bite and Brush.
 At my party we played games, one of the games was a word scramble game with dental type words and it was funny how many random words people were coming up with, I also did a Q and A type game which was fun and informational for the first time parents I had at my party. I had  a selection of desert type foods and a veggie and cheese tray which was very yummy. I had a couple of the older kids help with the little ones while the parents got to play a few games and chat. I did have parents bring there kids old tooth brushes and gave them all new ones. I was given a host gift which I gave away as a door prize. I think it turned out great and I had a lot of fun.

                                                     Miss Kimberly Age 1 1/2
                                                     Abbie helping Kimberly out

                                              Miss. Kylie 10 months
Katy and Little Blake Age 2 1/2 months
Anyone that reads my blog knows I always have lots of pictures but for some reason the only ones I can get to load are the ones I took with my phone.

Disclosure:  I received a party pack with MAM baby products from Child's Play to host an in-home party. All opinions are my own personal thoughts.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Stanley Steemer Giveaway

Dirt is just like tooth decay - it never quits! Despite your best intentions for cleaning this spring, you should not have to do it alone. Cleaning more than 200 tons of dirt last year, Stanley Steemer knows dirt! Call the experts at Stanley Steemer and let them help you achieve that deeper level of clean in your home this season.
 Despite their good intentions and best efforts, Americans doing their spring cleaning might make the home look or smell better on the surface, but vacuuming and cleaning machines only remove some of the dirt, dust and particulates that cause allergic reactions.  In a recent national poll commissioned by Stanley Steemer, the nation’s largest deep cleaning service, nearly half of respondents predicted spending less than four hours total on this year’s spring cleaning.  But only 19 percent reported having ever used a professional for cleaning.  
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When I was offered to do a review for Stanley Steemer I was so happy. I mean who doesn't want there carpets cleaned by a professional once in awhile. They are a company I have heard of many times and I have to say they do a good job. The only down falls they have in my opinion is that they make you wait a 4 hours time period and that there minimum for coming out to your house is $99.

They are even offering one of my readers a $100 gift certificate. All you have to do if fill the form below out.

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 As my 32nd birthday is arriving this coming Monday it has made me think of how old I am and how fast my adult life has gone by. As of the end of this school year I will only have one kid left in elementary school and my other two in middle school. I will be 39 with an 18, 19 and a 20 year, which a lot of people say how great that is. There are so many people I know that have just started there families the last couple years and here I am with all my kids older. I don't have a collage education and have been a stay at home mom. Now that my kids are older what do I do?? I guess I could get a job but really what decent place will hire a 32 year old with no work or collage back ground. Don't get me wrong I am happy I had all 3 of my kids so close together "14 months apart all 3 of them are" but I sometimes wish I could meet people that have a little in common with me. Oh well another birthday will be here and gone and my life will continue to fly by.