Wednesday, August 28, 2013

We have moved!

We are so excited to be in our new location and to be bringing in several new products from clothing to toys and everything in between! As a Thank You for being loyal customers and supporting us every step of the way we have created sales for our online and in store customers!

Visit us Online: 

 For those of you "cyber" shoppers we created a  "Choose Your Own" moving sale. Take advantage of this awesome sale (ends Labor Day) *while products last


Visit us in store!

For you "local yokels" we are proud of our new space and we want to see your smiling face!
Stop in during our Grand Opening Weeks (August 26th -31st) and register for some great prizes! Purchases over $20 will receive a free reusable snack bag or bib! Purchases over $50 will receive a free one size diaper! *Only available while supplies last.

*NEW* Store Hours:

Monday: 11am-3pm and 4pm-6pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday : 11am-3pm and 4pm-6pm
Thursday: 11am-3pm and 4pm-6pm
Friday: 11am-2pm...
Saturday: 11am-2pm


Friday, August 9, 2013

Diaper Rash Problem Solved!

Diaper Rash Problem Solved!

Recently I took the kids on a mini vacay to visit family. During the visit, I also decided to change some eating habits of my little one. I try my best to not allow more than a couple hours between diaper changes, but when traveling I hate to stop a van of three sleeping children to change a diaper, as I am sure all you mommas can understand. Not sure the exact cause, but she ended up with a blistering, ever growing diaper rash. I usually carry a CJ's Stick with me everywhere I go.

I enjoy the pleasant scent and hands free application it offers me. Plus it does wonders for my middle child's dry skin when it rears it's ugly head. But this was just not cutting it with this rash. I even tried regular diaper cream and Bourdox butt paste with no luck.
Then I went to the local diaper store, Country Drawers and picked up some Grandma El's diaper rash remedy and prevention cream and in a 12 hour span the redness was gone and all but healed 48 hours later! Plus it has a quaint fruity scent to boot.

I still carry a CJ's stick with me but I am now keeping the Grandma El's on hand as well!

Happy Diapering!

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Make your own wind chime!

Ever wonder what to do with those old aluminum cans? Other than recycle them, of course. I was doing the usual Pinterest search for fun things to do with the kids this summer, and came across one that was sure to please them! Make your own wind chime!

First off, pick some vibrant colors to paint them! We chose spray paint, hoping for less mess and clean up. Two coats worked best for us!

Once dry, take your hand held drill and drill a hole in the bottom of the can. My kids, 7 and 5, were able to help with this with supervision.

Take some sort of line or string and run it through the hole in the can, tie a knot in the end on the inside of the can, this is how the can will hang.
Finally, find a branch, or use something with a circular shape, and tie the other end of the string to the branch or other item. Allow the can to hang at various heights, but accommodate so they will still "clang".

Here is our final product!



Hope you enjoy as much as we did!
~ Alynn