Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Sunday, April 12, 2015
I was contacted on behalf of Merino Kids, wondering if I'd like to review their Merino Kids Baby Sleep Sack. I was so excited because Bear had a sleep sack he'd been using, but was growing out of very quickly. I jumped at the chance!
When I first opened the package, I saw the sleep sack nicely folded inside a pretty little fabric envelope, with a Merino Kids tag sewed to it...
...it would seriously make the cutest baby shower gift! When I took it out, my first thought was, "This is some serious sleep sack business!" It's made of theeeee nicest and softest material and is super adorable. Every time I slip Bear's chubby little bod into it, I feel like it's almost too nice to sleep in! Honestly. And it's really long, so there's tons of room for him to move around and to grow into. It even has a safety belt aperture so I can easily transfer him in and out of his car seat. How awesome is that!? One of my favorite things about it, is it "naturally absorbs and releases moisture to create the perfect safe micro-climate in any season for rooms 64°F to 80°F." I'm always so worried whether he's too hot or cold at night and if he's getting stuck in his blanket, so this helps ease both of those worries for me.
Here is some information straight from their website that I think sells this sleep sack by itself and the other reasons I'm in love with it!:
- World's best and #1 top-selling merino sleep sack in the USA and worldwide. Others can't beat Merino Kids' patented iF award-winning design, premium fabric and superior workmanship.
- For parents who want the very best. Crafted by master tailors from luxuriously soft Superfine Merino wool. 100% natural, itch-free and allergy-safe. Organic cotton outer layer for extra durability.
- Textile scientists recommend the Merino Kids sleep sack. Baby doesn't wake up cold or overheat. Naturally absorbs and releases moisture to create the perfect safe micro-climate in any season for rooms 64°F to 80°F.
- First sleep sack in the world to achieve the stringent UK BSI standard for baby sleep sack safety, and the only merino sleep sack certified to this safety standard. Baby has freedom to move yet can't slip underneath or wriggle out.
- Fits babies 0-2 years safely and comfortably. Innovative safety belt aperture makes it easy to transfer sleeping baby between car seat, stroller and nursery to maintain sleep routine.
Are you sold yet??? They've thought of everything!
We absolutely loooove this sleep sack and would highly recommend it! Thank you, Merino Kids, for helping parents sleep a little more soundly at night, knowing their babies are comfortable and safe!
See Bear's Merino Kids Baby Sleep Sack here and go here to see everything else Merino Kids has to offer! Thanks for reading!
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Naturally, we celebrated Easter three times as we do with most holidays these days. Having awesome family that all live so close, always makes our holidays extra fun! And having kids? Sheesh. Really fun! And tiring too. But who's counting? ;)
This is the first year that Radcliff really understood Easter, so we decided to do a scavenger hunt around the house for fun little toys. He loved it!
He's so good at following instructions, this one!
We saved Mack, from Cars, for him to find last. Good thing we did. He's been wanting him for awhile and playing with him is all he wanted to do the rest of the night! In fact, he's sleeping with Mr. Mack as we speak. Let's hope it's not underneath him??
The day before Easter we celebrated with Wren's family over a delicious brunch, Easter baskets, and our annual Easter egg hunt! We lounged, and counted our eggs, and ate eclairs, and relaxed, and did I mention... eating eclairs?
Oh Mr. Everest. He kills me!
Bunny hop dance. They're real good on their feet!
Then Easter evening, we celebrated with my family with yet another delicious dinner, adorable Easter baskets and another Easter egg hunt! Boo ya! Rad and Bear are the only kids on my side, and Bear being the un-ripe young age of five months... Well, Rad was lucky and got all the eggs to his bad self! He was pleased!
Let's just say we'll have candy for a century!
The boys love their aunties so much! Raddy fought back his tears because Kate had to go back to Utah State. So sad!
Daddio! He's a BBQ'n animal!
Hope you all had a great Easter!
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Sunday, March 8, 2015
We headed down to sunny St George this past weekend, with two of Wren's sisters and their families, for some majorly needed sun and cousin time! Have I mentioned that Rad's just a little bit obsessed with his cousins? It's the cutest thing ever to watch them together! Wren's sister rented the prettiest house for us right on the golf course and we really just relaxed the entire time. Fantastic food, kiddies playing from sun up to sundown, dance parties, walks, bike rides, bunk bed wrestling, laying out, movie nights, swimming, playing at the park and learning waaaay more than the adults ever wanted to know about each other, were just a few of the things we were throwin' down this weekend. Oh and did I mention that Everest is like the easiest thing ever? #1 stunna. #1 travel-baby. #1 dimple-puss. I just can't seem to get over the perfection that is him!
We are so lucky to have such bitchin' family members! Now can it be 70 degrees here already???