Having lived in NYC for most of my life, raising J when he was still small enough to be in a car seat, I remember all too well the issues of stuffing a kid in an over-sized coat into a car seat. There was nothing fun about it, nor safe. Fortunately we are now learning more and more about child car seat safety and how to keep our little ones safe, even in the coldest of winters.
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Even in Florida it gets chilly outside. I’ve noticed more creepers getting closer to my door. Ain’t no one that isn’t paying rent moving into my home! I moved to Miami to escape the cold, but it seems that it is following me. Don’t get left out in the cold without something to keep you warm all winter long.
Fall has arrived, and cold weather has come with it.
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When J-bird was born we lived in New York City. As a baby his skin was so soft and new that I wanted to make sure I didn’t damage it. I washed his clothes separately from my own and took great care in what he was exposed to. I was introduced to Dreft over 18 years ago by my pediatrician and used it religiously until J-bird was about two years old.
Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Dreft and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
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With Daylight Savings Time right around the corner, so too is the looming winter season.
There is something sweet and scrumptious about the month of September. I don’t know if it’s that one last BBQ and get together for Labor Day, or maybe the celebratory dance moms do once the kids are back to school. Maybe its just the quiet and peace of the house or the new beginnings.
“By all these lovely tokens
September days are here,
With summer’s best of weather
And autumn’s best of cheer.