I received the Pura Vida Bracelets Monthly Club mentioned in this post for free from Pura Vida Bracelets. This post also contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. I talked about Pura Vida Bracelets on my Facebook page last month, and I was excited when they offered to send me the Pura Vida Bracelets Monthly Club for a month.
If you click & buy, I may receive a small commission, thank you. pediped never disappoints, and they’ve introduced over 70 new styles for their 2016 Fall/Winter collection. Originals, Grip ‘n Go & Flex feature back-to-school styles, fashion boots and athletic styles with Ultra Light Technology.
I paid the normal $20 fee for this. Post contains affiliate links where I will earn a small commission if you click & buy. Stitch Fix has been on my radar for a long time, but I hadn’t tried it until now. If you’re not familiar with the service, it allows you to have your very own stylist choose clothing for you.
Katie received product at no cost for review purposes. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are Katie’s. We teamed up with Sweet Peanut to review some of their clothing from their new collection. Sweet Peanut currently only offers two collections during the year- each with it’s own unique seasonal colors and fun prints! While Sweet Peanut is a Canadian based company, you can find their baby clothing sold in over 1,500 boutiques and department stores throughout North America, the UK and Australia! Sweet Peanut has a humble aim: A sense of play, a dash of style and a whole lot of comfort wrapped up in soft and organic practical baby essentials.
THINX Period Undies Review
Change-Diapers received a pair of THINX to review. Post contains referral links and all opinions are our own. Thinx “Period Panties” aren’t ratty old granny panties you use on your period (ha), they’re underwear that can replace pads & tampons. Like some of you I was kind of like:
I had to know for myself. So, check out some photos (no, I didn’t model them – you’re welcome) and then read my “captain’s log.” Please be aware that there will be quite a bit of “TMI” in the interest of giving you the whole picture.