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reviewed Seventh Generation chlorine free diapers. March 02, 2009
posted in Eco-Babyz
I am holding my Seventh Generation diapered baby as I am typing this review... While I haven't tried many other brand diapers, these chlorine free disposables top my list. I would love to have tried organic …
reviewed Peg Perego Atlantico. February 28, 2009
posted in Strollerland
Peg Perego Atlantico
This is a nice stroller! The weight capacity of 45 lbs makes it the only stroller you will need for the life of the child. I gave it a three because it is a little bulky when folded and you need both …
reviewed Ergo Baby Carrier. February 27, 2009
posted in Eco-Babyz
ERGO Baby Carrier - Camel w/ Camel
I finally tried the ErgoBaby outside of the house today when we went for a walk with my daughter who is 1 month old. I love it! The best thing is that it works from infant to toddler, no need for multiple …
reviewed Where the Wild Things Are (book). February 05, 2009
Where the Wild Things Are
Pros: Excellent illustrations     Cons: Story line a little weak     The Bottom Line: I do recommend this story as it does teach a lesson of consequences and has …
reviewed Cloth Diapers. January 30, 2009
Cloth Diapers
My good friend got me interested in trying cloth diapers on our first baby. I was willing to try but thought it would be too much trouble and hassle to deal with as a new mother. Boy was I wrong! Cloth …
reviewed Baby Jogger City Mini Single. January 30, 2009
Baby Jogger's Citi Mini Jogging Stroller
I started using the Baby Jogger's Citi mini jogging stroller (though they don't recommend you use it for jogging) and I love it. It is lightweight (16 lbs) and folds up with one pull which gives it a …
reviewed Tripleplay Sit n Stroll 5-in-1. December 20, 2008
Sitj n Stroll (Stroller form)
If you have a little kid and you have to travel, you will understand the hassle of having to bring the carseat and the stroller, and if you are flying, you can't bring those things onboard, and you …
reviewed Primo Eurobath. December 16, 2008
The Primo Eurobath for infants and toddlers is an ingenious design and one of my favorite items we bought for our son.      We didn't have a tub when we gave him his first full …
reviewed Work At Home. December 13, 2008
Work At Home
We've all heard it on TV or seen an ad online about making tens of thousands of dollars online in your spare time, just 2-3 hours a day can make you a millionaire. You hear stories of the single mother …
reviewed A Child's Life at Christmas Time_Pame.... December 01, 2008
A Child's Life at Christmas Time_Pamela_Lawrence
Pros: Good for adults and children alike; emphasizes holiday traditions     Cons: Some poems not up to par     The Bottom Line: This traditional-style Christmas …
reviewed A Nation of Wimps: The High Cost of I.... November 28, 2008
A Nation of Wimps The High Cost of Invasive Paren
The first time I had an inkling that something was amiss was several years ago when I noticed that a young employee of mine was constantly washing his hands with some kind of clear gel.  At that …
reviewed Topeak BabySeat Child Bike Seat. November 19, 2008
Topeak Baby Seat
My wife and I always enjoyed a Sunday afternoon bike ride through our neighborhood, but after we had the baby, we pretty much stopped this routine, until we saw this gizmo at our local sporting good store.  &nb …
reviewed Noah's Ark at the Skirball Cultural C.... August 05, 2008
posted in Los Angeles
Macaroni Hedgehog from Noah's Ark at The Skirball
Ok, so wow, wow, and wow.  I'd heard great things, but this surpassed any expectations we had when we set out with toddlers in tow for a little museum fun on a Friday afternoon.     …
reviewed The Resilient Child: Seven Essential .... July 11, 2008
The Resilient Child: Seven Essential Lessons for
Stress, unfortunately is a universal commonplace problem. It is also a problem that does not discriminate. How wonderful would it be if each one of us had the ability to teach our children, at the very …
reviewed The Discipline Book: Everything You N.... February 05, 2007
The Discipline Book: Everything You Need to Know
Pros: offers discipline help without being harsh or making excuses     Cons: none     The Bottom Line: Great book for everyone to read, though the first paragraph …
reviewed 1-2-3 Magic : Effective Discipline fo.... February 05, 2007
1-2-3 Magic : Effective Discipline for Children 2-12 Books
Pros: easy to use, short and fast read     Cons: not enough for a total discipline strategy     The Bottom Line: a great book to build on     …
reviewed On Becoming Babywise Book 1 Revised E.... February 05, 2007
On Becoming Babywise Book 1 Revised Edition Books
Pros: good scheduling info     Cons: condones a lot of letting baby cry     The Bottom Line: read it if you have time but not a must read or first read     …
reviewed Babywise II : The Next Step: Parentin.... February 05, 2007
Babywise II : the next step Books
Pros: some helpful tips     Cons: expects too much or too little from kids     The Bottom Line: not too long so won't waste too much of yuor time if you're curious    …
reviewed What to Expect the Toddler Years. January 27, 2007
What to Expect the Toddler Years
Pros: good reference     Cons: a lot of opinion based parenting     The Bottom Line: good reference book but not much else     What to Expect …
reviewed My Sister's Keeper: A Novel. November 18, 2006
My Sister's Keeper: A Novel
The brilliant author/writer/wordmaster Pat Conroy has always been my favorite all-time author. I love his style, his way with words, his storylines, dialogue, description, and masterful similes. Another …
reviewed Where the Wild Things Are (book). May 24, 2006
Where the Wild Things Are
With "Where The Wild Things Are," Sendak set a new era of Children's story books - those that appeal to adults and children alike. At the time of its first publishing, "Where The Wild Things Are" brought …
reviewed My Sister's Keeper: A Novel. February 26, 2006
My Sister's Keeper: A Novel
From the beginning, Anna Fitzgerald has known what her role in her family was to be; for she was conceived primarily to save the life of sister Kate. Diagnosed at age 2 with an aggressive form of leukemia, …
reviewed Where the Wild Things Are (book). January 08, 2006
Where the Wild Things Are
I somehow missed this book when my children were little, but I've seen it recommended so often on Amazon.com that I finally decided to buy it ... 43 years after it was written!    I …
reviewed My Sister's Keeper: A Novel. June 20, 2005
My Sister's Keeper: A Novel
Here's a great example of a book that tries too hard to accomplish too much. I've never read this author before, but I stumbled across MY SISTER'S KEEPER at the bookstore, and the description sounded …
reviewed My Sister's Keeper: A Novel. April 25, 2004
My Sister's Keeper: A Novel
I was pulled into this story immediately because 13 year old Anna was so alive and thoughtful. I identified closely with her, but also with all the characters--Piccoult's switching between points of view …
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