Disclosure: This post is in collaboration with PinkBlushMaternity.com, however all opinions expressed are my own.
My Nali bear recently turned 8 years old, to celebrate I really wanted to take her to Kalahari Resorts, PA. It is about 2 hours away from our home, I was slightly dreading the drive since I was mid way through my 35th week of pregnancy and long drives in general make me antsy. However by just doing these 3 things I survived our short road trip!
Disclosure: The RC Robot was sent to me for review from Best Choice Products, however all opinions expressed are my own.
In most Hispanic and Latin homes the Three Kings holiday is celebrated. The epiphany, commonly known as Three Kings' Day in the United States, is on January 6. It celebrates the three wise men's visit to baby Jesus and also remembers his baptism. I grew up with knowledge and understanding of the Holiday but we never really practiced the act of leaving the hay, water and mints under the bed. It is a tradition I would like to start with my children along with the Rosca cake. This year because of my pregnancy I honestly was way too tired to participate but since I had this awesome REMOTE CONTROL RC ROBOT W/ WALKING TALKING DANCING SHOOTING DISC ACTIONS I told my son it was a gift from the three kings.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary Blue Spruce Christmas Tree, Coastal Elegance ornaments and BH Essentials ornaments in collaboration with Balsam Hill. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
For those of you that know me or have been around a while, you know that I try to save and be as frugal and as savvy as possible. I had my last Christmas tree for nearly 8 years! Carefully putting it away each year to preserve it for the next. This, year however I knew it was time to let it go, especially after having been notified that its replacement would be a Balsam Hill!
You know the kind, you see them every year on the Hallmark Channel not only on commercials between the romantic Christmas flicks but in the actual movies as well. They are big, beautiful and so realistic looking. Definitely a tree after my own heart.
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To say that this pregnancy has been difficult would be an understatement. I think my morning sickness began the minute I saw the positive sign on the test. Since that very moment I have had every discomfort that comes along with pregnancy that you could think of. Vomiting tops it but the next worst symptom I've experienced, has to be the combination of pressure, bloating and gas in my stomach.
Thankfully to my relief, I've found that probiotics ease the extreme pressure in my gut, that is why when I had the chance to team up with Culturelle I jumped at it. Taking Culturelle® Digestive Health probiotic products can help restore the natural balance of good bacteria in the intestines to help your digestive system work better and keep you feeling your best.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary cut and style by celebrity hairstyles and Hair Rules salon founder Anthony Dickey. However all opinions expressed are my own.
After finally finding my misplaced memory card I am able to share all the details about the cut and wash and go style I had done over at Anthony Dickey's Hair Rules Salon. In various Facebook natural hair groups I had heard about the "Dickey Method" for wash n' gos. I took to YouTube to research and bit more and found so many videos of his method, that I thought I'd reach out to the salon to be styled by the salon owner himself.
YOUR BABY IS THE SIZE OF A LEMON - i'M 14 WEEKS PREGNANT + 4 LEMON PROPS TO USE IN YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT
In true Hispanic fashion or maybe even superstitious tradition, I waited until the end of my first trimester to share with the world that, my baby is the size of a lemon - I am 14 weeks pregnant. There are a few reasons for this, the main one is you don't want to go around sharing when you barely have a blastocyst hanging on to your uterus. The next one is...
Disclosure: This post is in collaboration with Oriental Trading. However all opinions expressed are my own. This post contains affiliate links.
My baby boy - Aarlén turned 4 back in May. Per his request I threw him a Disney Cars birthday. He actually wanted a Cars birthday for his 3rd birthday but I had already started planning for his Pipi Longstocking Pirate Party, so as promised, we went full steam ahead this year with the Cars party thanks in part to Oriental Trading.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Tide Pods. However all opinions expressed are my own.
Would you believe me if I told you that I have not done my own laundry since I was 19 years old! I heard on Jenna Kutcher's podcast the other day that outsourcing can make your life run more efficiently. So let's just say I have been outsourcing my laundry duties for the past 13 years. Unfortunately my laundry lady charges $10 bucks per comforter! And I am all for paying for convenience but that is a bit much for my budget savvy self.
Disclosure: I am part of the Oriental Trading Ambassador program, items in this post were sent to me to review.
Florals and greenery are the stars of this Easter tablescape, thanks to Oriental Trading. I simply added elements of flowers and foliage along side pretty pastels. A few moss bunnies and eggs bring this whimsical garden theme together. Here's everything you will need to recreate the look this Easter.
Disclosure: A WellieWisher by American Girl was sent to me to review, however all opinions expressed are my own.
Easter is almost here guys! If you didn't know already, I love Easter, well I love all holidays that I get to enjoy with my children. Of course we love the significance behind the special weekend, all the cute outfits and delicious dinner but what is always fun are the Easter baskets. This year's theme is dolls, in one basket I went with a Baby Alive and in the other a WellieWishers by American Girl Dolls!
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