Great Nursing Bras are a Must: Bravado Designs Review

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Thanks to Bravado Designs for providing samples for review. Let’s face it, breastfeeding isn’t always the easiest or most comfortable thing to do.  Especially in those first few das when your chest is sore and baby is still learning how this all works. From very early on I learned how incredibly important it is to…

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Light Up Links Review: Hot Holiday Toy Alert

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Disclosure: I have a client relationship with Light Up Links and received product for review.  I confess. I am a sucker for great infomercial products. So it’s no surprise when my kids start jumping up and down and begging for the latest hot toy to hit the airwaves. If it’s a clever/good product the begging…

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Shot With Sony, Aired on the Big Screen

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As the mom of a student at the Orange County School of the Art’s Film & Television conservatory, OCSA’s Winter Cineplex is an event I really look forward to. Twice a year the students gather to screen their work. Their pride is palpable, and the camaraderie amongst the students is sweet and inspiring – breaking a…

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Two Screens are Better Than One: Watching TV w/a Sony Xperia Tablet

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I’ve been playing around with the Sony XPeria Tablet  for the last month or so and I’m not sure I want to give it back. Android, Apple… I’m not super picky. Tablets are tablets to me for the most part but there are several unique features about these ones that I especially love. Splashproof This…

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Gluten Free Passover Matzo? Yes!

As someone who eats gluten free and relatively low carb all year long, I sort of look forward to Passover, that time of year when dietary restrictions don’t keep me from getting my carb on! It’s a largely wheat free holiday, where food is front and center. There are sponge cakes and noodle kugels, macaroons…

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Sick Days & Snow Days Look Sweet With Sony

A couple of weekends ago my entire family hit the wall. The hectic pace of life, the projects and parties and assignments and auditions. The travel for business and deadlines. The preschool slide wars and paste bullies. You name it, from toddler to teen to the CEO of Casa de Chaos (that’d be me), we’d…

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