A while back I talked about how we introduced Princess C to her first taste of "solid" food, rice cereal. We opted to go with the brand name we knew, Gerber and everything was fine. She ate it, she seemed to enjoy it, she digested it fine, no complaints. Then the time came for us to be back in the baby aisle at the grocery store to pick out fruits and vegetable jars. This time, we would not opt for Gerber.
Color Street Nail Strips
Every once and a while there is a craze that hits Facebook. You receive invite after invite from friends of friends who are selling some type of item; LulaRoe, LipSense and now, Color Street. This item is a nail polish strip that requires ZERO drying time.
A few months back I talked about the toys C most gravitated towards as a 4 month old, now I'm going to to discuss which ones she's liking as a 6 month old.
MY FIRST "FIX" FROM STICHFIX
I've seen the StichFix commercials and ads on Pinterest for sometime now and I decided to go ahead and sign up for a "fix". It costs $20 and you can cancel at any time. Worse thing that happens? You hate everything and you're out $20. Best/worst thing that happens? You love it all and are out hundreds of bucks. I like these odds.
LULAROE: PART TWO
Since my first review of LulaRoe I have purchased new items. Their collaboration did indeed bring us Disney prints for Halloween however they did not do Christmas prints, unless you count the Nightmare Before Christmas they released with their Halloween villains collection.
Let's face it, babies get lots of toys and stuffed animals but they don't always seem to be interested in all of them. Princess C has already selected her favorite items at just 4 months old. Some toys get no love while others get all the kisses (and bites and slobber). Here are a few of her favorite things.
Watch out LulaRoe there's a new Facebook group sales push in town. If you haven't seen videos of women applying lipstick and then trying to smear it around their face, to no avail or kissing their mirror to show it simply does not come off I feel you may be in the minority.
Let me mention that I am not nor do I plan on becoming a seller of LipSense I just had to give it a try and now I'm sharing my experience with you.
Let me first state that I am not, nor am I planning on becoming a seller of LulaRoe. This is an honest review from someone who has bought a few pieces after not being able to escape all of the hype (and Facebook group invites). LulaRoe is the latest craze in semi-affordable fashion. The marketing behind their products is genius. They only print each print about 1,000 times, so when you see one you like, buy it, because you may not see it again.