Exclusive Huggies® Products at Costco!

17 Jul

Huggies Products
I’m always on the lookout for the best quality baby products at reasonable prices. I had the privilege of trying the exclusive Huggies® Snug & Dry Plus Diapers and Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes. When I opened up the diaper package, I was impressed. The first thing I noticed was that these were not as stiff as other diapers that I’ve tried. They really had a flexibility to them and fit very comfortably on my toddler. The SnugFit* waistband and unique Grip Tabs kept the diaper in place, which is saying a lot because he is a very spirited boy! He was up and at ‘em after I put them on! After he tired himself out, I was able to nurse him and he took a long 2 hour nap. He was extremely comfortable! When it finally was time to change him, I noticed how the diaper absorbed most of the moisture, unlike other diapers I’ve tried. I usually apply a bit of baby powder to keep him dry, but this time, I didn’t need to, because he was already dry! Huggies® Snug & Dry Plus Diapers come with the trusted Leak Lock® system, which I can honestly say from experience, works like a dream.

When using the Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes, the first thing I noticed was the absence of a smell. It alwways bothers me when baby wipes have too much of a scent. When they smell like chemicals or alcohol, or too strongly of perfume, it’s not something I feel great about using on my son’s skin. Because Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes uses their simplest formula ever, I feel good about using them on my son.

Using the Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes was like using pieces of wet thick, yet soft cloth. But of course, I don’t have to do laundry after these! The thickness of the wipes made it easy to clean up the mess. My son will be three in a few months, so dirty diapers can be an undertaking. These baby wipes clean efficiently without tearing. Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes come with 2 different kinds of refillable dispensers, plus 1160 refill wipes to ensure that you won’t run out at home or on the go. One of the refillable dispensers is the NEW Huggies® Clutch ‘n’ Clean* pouch, which makes it stylish to carry baby wipes wherever you are. The fun strap makes it accessible anywhere!

Because diapering can be pretty expensive, we moms often go for cheaper brands. But these Exclusive Huggies® products can be found at Costco to help you Plus Up your baby care! No need to settle for a brand that doesn’t make the cut. Costco has the best diapers and wipes that will give the utmost comfort to your baby as well as make diaper changing easier and cleaner for you at an economically friendly price! Huggies® Snug & Dry Plus Diapers and Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes are only available at Costco. You can’t even find them anywhere else.

Costco Members – Click HERE https://shoppersampling.com/orders/huggies_getsample.html to register for a FREE sample of the Huggies® Snug & Dry Plus and Huggies Natural Care® Plus Wipes. Hurry and register now, there will be a limited number of samples each day starting today July 17th through July 26, 2014 so try back tomorrow if you aren’t able get a sample today! You must be a Costco member to get a sample and limit 1 sample per household.

Huggies Products from Costco



Nasty Food Marketing Competition

6 Jun

Is it just me or are fast food companies making their already disgusting choices even worse? Taco Bell’s new breakfast menu? Subway’s nasty Fritos enchilada sandwich thingie, or Dominoes and their chicken dish that looks like puke on a paper towel? I expect cheeseburgers with way too much meat and cheese, but these places are taking these menus to new, nasty heights. It’s almost like they all got together and decided to market the most unappetizing recipes they could come up with and see if they could get people to want to buy them. Well done, guys. To anyone reading this, whether you eat organically or not, just based on how gross the food looks-don’t fall for the marketing. Think about what you’re spending money on and will be shoving down your throat. I swear, every time I see one of those commercials, my stomach turns!

By Kate O’Hara www.kate-ohara.com

4 Jun

March Against Monsanto

27 May

I completely forgot my Friday post again but for good reason. We stayed up working on signs for the March Against Monsanto that happened worldwide on Saturday. So many people don’t know what corporations are doing to over 90% of the food we buy, and the worst types of GMO foods are being marketed and fed to our children! I’m not trying to guilt people for not eating organic 100% of the time, but I am trying to help educate people so that they can make an informed decision about what they eat and feed their families, instead of blind consumerism. Check out the pics from our march here in Ventura, CA!






Giant Cabbage and Galumpkis

18 May

Giant Cabbage and Galumpkis

I did it again! I forgot to post about food on Friday! Sorry guys! It was for a good cause though. Had a much deserved date night with the hubby and we decided to take advantage of the hot weather and high tail it to the beach. It was great! But now for the food. See that picture of me with a bowling ball? Well, it’s actually a GIANT organic cabbage I got from the local Farmer’s Market! I decided to make Galumpkis. Here’s the recipe I used: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/tyler-florence/stuffed-cabbage-rolls-galumpkis-recipe.html

They came out pretty good, but I already know what I’m going to do to improve it to my tastes for next time. I didn’t take pictures of the finished product, I’m waiting to remake them. But everyone gobbled them down, so I guess they liked them!

10 places where anyone can learn to code

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Naomi Valdivia:

Here are 10 places you or anyone who is interested can learn how to code! I’ll be checking this out later for myself and maybe my son!

Originally posted on TED Blog:

blog_learn_to_code_art_revTeens, tweens and kids are often referred to as “digital natives.” Having grown up with the Internet, smartphones and tablets, they’re often extraordinarily adept at interacting with digital technology. But Mitch Resnick, who spoke at TEDxBeaconStreet in November, is skeptical of this descriptor. Sure, young people can text and chat and play games, he says, “but that doesn’t really make you fluent.”

[ted_talkteaser id=1657]Fluency, Resnick proposes in today’s talk, comes not through interacting with new technologies, but through creating them. The former is like reading, while the latter is like writing. He means this figuratively — that creating new technologies, like writing a book, requires creative expression — but also literally: to make new computer programs, you actually must write the code.

The point isn’t to create a generation of programmers, Resnick argues. Rather, it’s that coding is a gateway to broader learning.“When you learn to read, you…

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14 May

“I thought a little vacation would solve my problems. It seemed to coat the surface, but could not quell the volcano within.”

I scribbled this down yesterday when going through a tidal wave of anger, frustration, and sadness. I had gone on a mini birthday vacation this past weekend, and felt like it took away the negative emotions in my life. But of course real issues run deeper than a weekend getaway. Something went wrong when we got back, and I became a bull in a china shop…again. I finally accept the volcano within, and I’m going to channel the energy where it needs to go and stop it from ruining the things that I love. This is my challenge!



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