Undercover Mama Winner!


Thank you to everyone who posted and entered this giveaway! I truly love my Undercover Mama Nursing Undershirt and I hope our lucky winner loves hers too! 

And that winner is...

Post #21

Cindy! Congratulations!

I will be sending Cindy an email today! Congratulations! And a great big THANK YOU to Undercover Mama for sponsoring this giveaway. 

Wordless Wednesday: Jump Like a Frog

The Maxwell's Madness! Joins The Diaper Wagon

I am now officially an Affiliate of The Diaper Wagon! If you click through to their store using the banner in this post or the button in my sidebar, I will earn a small commission if you make a purchase! How cool is that?

Here is a short excerpt from the About Page at The Diaper Wagon:
"The Diaper Wagon offers products that are manufactured by small, independently-owned and operated businesses, several of these being Work-At-Home-Mom (WAHM) products.  You will not only find that the majority of our products are made by "the little guy", nearly each and every one of these products is manufactured in the U.S.A."
I am more than thrilled to be part of their Affiliate program!

The Diaper Wagon carries a wonderful assortment of cloth diapering products, natural baby and family items, and mama care items! They offer FREE shipping on all US orders and FREE First class shipping to Canada on orders over $65. 

Baltic Amber Teething Jewelry from Inspired By Finn: Review and Giveaway

Review and Giveaway

I am extremely fortunate to be able to collaborate with Rachel at Inspired By Finn and bring you the opportunity to try some of her wonderful healing jewelry. Rachel carries both Baltic Amber and Hazelwood Jewelry. She was gracious enough to send me an Amber Necklace for Ophelia. We are very happy with the results so far, but first let me give you a bit of information on both Baltic Amber and Hazelwood Jewelry.

"Baltic amber is ... fossilized tree resin.
Historically, Baltic Amber has been used in Europe as a natural and traditional remedy and curative for many ailments for centuries. Long ago it was considered one of the leading ‘medicines’ of its time. Baltic Amber is the most esteemed amber in the world, and the healing qualities of Baltic Amber make it unlike any other type of amber found in the world. 
When baltic amber is worn on the skin, the skin’s warmth releases trace amounts of healing oils from the amber. These oils contain succinic acid and are absorbed into the skin. 
Baltic Amber has some of the highest concentrations of Succinic Acid found in nature, and this is what makes it so special. Succinic Acid is a natural component of plant and animal tissues, and it's presence in the human body is beneficial in many ways."
  • Pain Relief
  • Strengthen the Body's Immune System
  • Restore Energy
  • Maintain Wellness
  • To Help Break a Cycle of (Chronic) Inflammation
You can read more details, as well as other testimonials, on Inspired By Finn's Informational page about Baltic Amber.

Why are we using Baltic Amber for our children? Well, primarily it is for pain relief from teething. When Rowan was 4 months old we got her a Baltic Amber necklace from our local cloth diaper store. She has been wearing it pretty much full time, ever since. While it does not provide relief for acute bouts of teething pain, she seems to be virtually immune to the general aches and irritability that normally accompany the teething process. Back in March, Rowan's necklace broke - and we went about 6 days with no Amber. And the difference in her behavior during that time was incredible. She was noticeably more fussy and in obvious discomfort, especially in the evenings. She didn't sleep well any of the nights that we did not have her Amber. Once the necklace was replaced, she was back to normal within the day. 

Rowan Marie wearing Baltic Amber

I truly regret not putting Amber on Ophelia when she was a babe and cutting her teeth. Now, why have I decided to put Amber on Ophelia? Now? After she has grown all 20 of her first teeth? Well, if you have ever been around a toddler, you know that not a day goes by when they don't trip and fall, stub a toe, fall off of, over, or because of something, or generally get bonked in some way or another. I thought perhaps that wearing Amber might help her get through the general aches and pains that being a total klutz on a daily basis brings. And I'm pretty sure it's helping. She is less moody and is actually sleeping at nap time again a few days a week. And we are having way fewer distress tantrums throughout the day as well. I'm glad I made the decision to put Amber on her and I am grateful to Rachel at Inspired By Finn for sending us this necklace for us to try.

Ophelia Claire wearing Baltic Amber from Inspired By Finn

This beautiful Amber Jewelry comes in both necklaces and bracelets in sizes for both children and adults. While Amber can be highly effective for ailments ranging from arthritis pain to menstrual pain and headaches, I highly recommend it for anyone who has teething babies. Each bead is individually knotted on a strand of silk thread, so if the jewelry does break, the whole strand does not come unstrung and become a choking hazard. The silk thread is also meant to break under pressure so as not to create a strangling hazard to babies and children. 

Another product that Rachel carries, and one that I had not heard of before visiting her website, is Hazelwood Jewelry. 

"Hazelwood is an ancient remedy first used by aboriginal people -- It has the medicinal property of neutralizing the body's acidity.
It relieves or prevents ailments such as ulcers, acid reflux, heartburn, skin problems (psoriasis, eczema, acne), arthritis, constipation, migraines, sensitive & bleeding gums, helps reduce dental cavities, and more. These necklaces are a great remedy for heartburn and nausea during pregnancy!
Hazelwood necklaces are made from the branches of a hazelwood tree alternated with glass and/or gemstone beads for ornamentation. They are handmade - from the gathering of the wood to the stringing of the beads."
You can read more details, as well as other testimonials, on Inspired By Finn's Informational page about Hazelwood. 

SHOP FOR YOUR OWN HEALING JEWELRY: Use this special discount code and receive 20% off your order at Inspired By Finn: BLOG101. In addition to the necklaces and bracelets mentioned here, you will find earrings, anklets, and strands for back pain and knee pain, as well as leggings, tights, and leg warmers for boys and girls. 


Rachel has been kind enough to donate one piece of jewelry to give away on The Maxwell's Madness! One lucky reader will win their choice of any strand that is 16" or smaller that is in stock at Inspired By Finn

TO ENTER: Visit Inspired By Finn and come back here and leave a comment telling me what you would want if you win the giveaway. 

Note: Please be sure to leave your email address in your comment so that I have a way to contact you if you win. If I cannot contact you, I will select another winner. 

EXTRA ENTRIES: Leave a separate comment for each entry.
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This giveaway is open to all US residents 18 and over, except where prohibited by law. 
Giveaway ends at 12pm MST on Sunday, 6/13/2010.
Winners may not substitute another product or seek credit towards another Inspired By Finn product. 

Disclaimer: This review and giveaway is sponsored by Inspired By Finn, who provided me with the item above in order to write this review. The review is my honest opinion based on my experience using the product and has not been reviewed or edited by Inspired By Finn.

ChicoBag™ Produce Stand Collection: Review and Giveaway!

Review and Giveaway

The Produce Stand Starter Kit

Back in March I was fortunate to be able to do a review of ChicoBag™ Reusable bags. After writing that review, the ChicoBag company contacted me and provided me with the opportunity to review their brand new line of reusable produce bags: The Produce Stand Collection.

If you know me, then you know I am always looking for a way to use reusable products instead of single use products. The one place I was always running up against this was in the produce and the bulk goods sections at the supermarket. Here I have this fantastic stash of reusable grocery sacks, but I end up using those filmy plastic sacks to put my produce and bulk items in. Eventually, I simply resorted to not using any bags at all for produce and just gently placing all of my produce in the cart - and then making the checker's head spin at the checkout as I had to pull each individual piece out of the cart and put it on the conveyor belt.

Chicobag™ to the rescue! These produce bags are awesome! Each bag is 12.5" wide and 16" tall. They are each made of a different material: hemp; RePETe, and RePETe/mesh. Each bag is designed for a different type of fruit and vegetables depending on whether it needs to retain moisture or let it out or to allow air flow. They have a double drawstring closure which can double as a carrying handle. Of course, you can always put your bagged produce into a ChicoBag™ reusable grocery sack to carry it home as well! This handy trio of bags folds up neatly and fits into a cute and handy pouch that looks like an apple. There is even a bit of elastic attached to each bag to help keep the bag nicely folded. 

The Produce Stand Collection and Stuff Sack

The Produce Stand Collection by ChicoBag™

The first bag in this very cool collection is the Hemp Produce Bag. It is a blend of 70% hemp and 30% cotton. It is designed to restrict airflow and absorb excess moisture and it is perfect for leafy greens and green beans. It is a natural, clean bag and would also be great for transporting bulk items like flour, rice, or cornmeal. 

The next bag in line is the green RePETe bag. This great material is made from 99% recycled content. It restricts airflow and locks moisture in, so it's is great for squash, broccoli, carrots, and celery. Yogurt raisins or cashews would also love a ride home in this bag! 

The final bag in line is RePETe on one side and mesh on the other and is again made from 99% recycled content. The mesh side allows ethylene gas to escape, which will help keep your apples, oranges, potatoes, and onions fresh.  

I really enjoyed being able to bag my produce in my very own reusable bags. I knew they were clean, they helped protect my produce from the cart and other items in my cart (like my toddler making a grab for the lettuce), and it made it much easier to check out and to unload my produce again when I arrived home. And the checker didn't seem to mind at all that I had multiple types of produce in each bag. He just pulled things out to weigh or scan them and popped them back in. And my toddler loved having the responsibility of keeping tabs on the little apple stuff sack (which has a handy clip on it so you can attach it wherever you'd like) - she even decided it would make a great snack bag and put some cheesy bunnies in there to munch on while we shopped. 

One thing I would love to see, perhaps, is a cheat sheet on the tag on each bag. Once I was at the store, I totally forgot which bag was to be used for which type of produce. Turns out, I got it all backward. I'm sure I will get the hang of it the more I use them. And really, unless you are going to store your fruits and veges in the bags when you get home, I suppose it really doesn't matter which one you use. 

Another thing I would love to see are bags that are specifically designed and suitable for bulk food items. 

My haul from the produce section. The RePETe bag is loaded up with 3 kinds of onions. Whoops, wrong bag for that! 

Lettuce, Asparagus, and Avocado in the Mesh bag (totally not the right bag for these items, but they made it home very nicely, thank you!)

Apples and Pears in the Hemp bag. They should have been in the mesh, but they made it home to the fruit basket without perishing. And without plastic. 

WHERE TO BUY: You can purchase the Produce Stand Collection Starter Kit as well as 3-packs of each of the Hemp, RePETe, and Mesh RePETe bags at the ChicoBag™ website. The RePETe and Mesh RePETe bags come in orange and plum as well as the green you see on this page. 



ChicoBag™ is giving away 10 Produce Stand Collection Starter Kits to 10 lucky blog readers. They are hosting this giveaway on their BagMonster Blog page. 

TO ENTER: Click here! 

There are two ways to enter and you can do one or both of them!

Please also leave a comment here to let me know that you visited and entered their giveaway! This is not a requirement to enter the ChicoBag™ giveaway.

This Giveaway is sponsored by ChicoBag™
It ends on June 4th, 2010
Any questions regarding this contest should be directed to:

Disclaimer: This review and giveaway is sponsored by ChicoBag™, who provided me with the item above in order to write this review. The review is my honest opinion based on my experience using the product and has not been reviewed or edited by ChicoBag™.

Free Your Mind Friday: So much to do, so little time.

  1. We had a great Mom's Night Out this week! On Tuesday, I got together with 5 of my mama homies and we hit Sola Cafe and crocheted some Tawashi. Well, we started crocheting. I think Erika got hers done. But we had a great time. 3 hours flew by so fast. 
  2. Back in March some guy came a knockin' on our door selling these auto repair punch cards. Usually I tell people like this to take a hike, but fortunately, I listened to this guy. And I bought the card. I went and got my car serviced this morning - full service oil change (not just the quickie in and out and you never know how much 'service' you really got) and a tire rotation. It did take longer because the guy doesn't have anyone helping him, but the service was awesome. And it cost me $12. 
  3. The last asshat who serviced my car never put the transmission fluid dipstick back in after checking it. So I had to go to a real live salvage yard to get one for my vintage 1991 Exploder. Another $10. 
  4. While waiting for my car this morning, I took the girls for a nice 1 hour walk with snacks included along the way. We also skipped, hopped, and galloped in the parking lot, jumped over puddles, read license plates, and saw a real live horse in a trailer who kept neighing really loud. Ophelia thought that was pretty cool. She also thought the backhoe digging dirt was pretty cool. She also thought peeing in the kid potty in the back of my car was pretty cool. 
  5. Ophelia will not go pee on any potty that is bigger than a training potty. One of those damn auto flushers at the store scared her a while back and now she won't sit on a big potty anymore. (aka "The Big Scary Flusher") I have started putting the kid potty in the car when we go out. Holy hassle. Need to find me a good portable kid potty. The one I really like is discontinued. Grrrr. 
  6. Jim mowed the lawn today and it smells all fresh and green! 
  7. I received 4 wool dryer balls from Buddha Bunz (mom sent them for my birthday) today. They are purple and they smell like lemongrass! Sort of makes me want to do some laundry. Sort of. 
  8. I have 4 reviews to write tonight and I can barely keep my eyes open right now. Even after taking a 2 hour nap with Rowan. 
  9. Tomorrow I am heading back out to Four Corners to the hardware store that is going out of business to get some lumber on the cheap to make our raised beds for the garden. The goal is to get the raised beds in this weekend so I can plant throughout the week. This will require Jim to move some rock and pull some weeds for me. I better make sure my drill is all charged up. 
  10. Tomorrow is also the Pete's Hill Hustle. It's a 5K to benefit the Children's Museum of Bozeman, of which we are members. It's also supposed to rain like crazy. I'd love for Jim to take O for the 1/2 K kid's run while I roll with R in the roller for the 5K (not running - I am not that crazy). Not sure at all that this will come to fruition. Oh - and it's 70's themed - so even if we were to just hang out and watch, it would likely be a rocking good time. 
  11. I have been doing a bit of sewing lately. Finished a cute set of pants and hats for the girls, made some fleece 'lily pads' for O to jump about on, made a fleece soaker and a cotton fitted diaper for Rowan, and am in the process of replacing elastic on 6 diapers. I also have 4 flannel fitteds that I need to put elastic in and velcro on. And a purse and wristlet to make for GG Marie. Oy. 
  12. Big girls. Rowan is such a little big girl! She loves to eat - and I mean anything she can get her little paws on. She loves to walk (cruise). And she wants to be wherever Ophelia is. Ophelia does her best to get away from Rowan and keep her things out of Rowan's reach. It's pretty funny to watch until O totally melts down over it all. Speaking of big girls, yesterday we finally took the bar off of O's chair. It has gone though it's final conversion. It went from high chair to booster chair to toddler chair. As her legs get longer, we can move the footboard down to accommodate that. Rowan's feet dont' reach the footboard on it's highest setting. Heh. 
Free Your Mind Fridays at The Well-Read Mom

Listless Monday: Mommy Tips

Seven Simple Tips
  1. Diaper Blowouts - Cleaning that shit up: Every mom has had it happen at one time or another. The diaper is easy - it either goes in the trash or in the diaper pail. But what to do with that precious outfit that is now covered in poo? Simple. Give it a quick rinse with hot water and then use a bit of bar soap (yep, just regular old hand soap) to scrub out the poo spots. I find that it doesn't require much effort at all. I let the wet clothes hang on our drying rack until the next load of laundry is ready to run.
  2. Bananas: They ripen faster if you leave them all attached in their bunch. So if you want your bananas to last longer, separate them into 'singles.' 
  3. Reheating Pizza: Next time you have a leftover slice to reheat, try putting it in a pan on the stove on low-medium heat. It takes a bit longer, but the crispy crust is fantastic. Way better than slimy mush from the micro, and no cheese dripping down into your toaster oven to burn and stink up the house. 
  4. Sunburned?: Oops. Happened to me today, actually. Didn't put sunscreen on until I was already out in the sun and it proved ineffective. So make sure you put that stuff on about 15 minutes before you head outside. And if you DO get a bit red, reapply that sunscreen after you are home and out of the sun. It helps ease the heat and prevent peeling! Really! 
  5. Fabric Softener Build Up: if you use a dryer sheet or a dryer bar, an invisible layer of fabric softener builds up on the lint screen in your dryer, decreasing the effective drying power and possibly even causing a fire hazard. Do yourself a favor and test it: Take your lint screen out an pour some water over it: if it puddles up on top, you've got buildup. Simply wash it with hot water and mild soap and you are good to go. But remember to check it about once a month! 
  6. Use the Sun as natural bleach: You've no doubt had something in your life get faded out by the sun. Use it to your benefit! I often sun bleach my cloth diapers and am amazed every time at how effective it is. Just hang your stained article of clothing, damp, in the direct sunlight (outside, not through a window) and allow it to dry. I've had diapers that would come out of the wash stained time after time after time. And one hour drying in direct sunlight would turn them white again! 
  7. Out of shaving cream?: Use hair conditioner. Works like a dream. It leaves your legs super soft too! And unless you are using the super spendy salon brand stuff, it's way cheaper than shaving cream too.

Peter Rabbit Organics Winner!


Thank you to everyone who entered and welcome to all our our new readers. I hope to continue to bring you interesting articles and great products! 

And the winner is...

Post #44

Beth! Congratulations!

I will be sending the winner an email to get their mailing address. Congratulations! I know you are going to love these snacks!

Free Your Mind Friday: YAY! I'm almost 40!

  1. I'll be 38 on Sunday. I had to actually do the math to figure out just how old I was going to be. I never really thought I'd get to the point where I'd have to say, "Wait! How old AM I?" But there you have it. 
  2. I just received my first Birthday present - a pair of FitFlops. Now, I've only been wearing them every single minute since I unboxed those suckers - and I know that is still less than 24 hours, but I swear I can feel my butt working harder with every step. Or it could be the giant hill we hiked up and over and back over again yesterday. (Seriously, I think I'm going to love these things.)
  3. I had a total melt down yesterday because no one showed up to Fit Parents Club except me. Well, and the person who runs it - but she was inside and I didn't see her, so she doesn't count. Any SAHM will know how much getting to hang out with other adults can give your day a boost. I was totally looking forward to the adult interaction. Heck, I can exercise by myself any day! Turns out, that the hike (3 miles) over Pete's Hill and back was pretty good even by ourselves. And we hit Bogert Park playground afterwards to boot. And when we got in the car Ophelia said "I had a lot of fun today, mom!" So that kind of made my day. 
  4. That Baby Expo is still looming. I have a sign, banners, business cards, giveaway items, lots and lots of tie dye, order forms, mailing list sign up forms, sales sheets, pens, and a cool envelope to keep my money in. I also have new cool lunchbox thingys to take my lunch with me. I still need to go out and get some change today and finish updating the tie dye blog tonight (with the bajillion photos I've taken of all the tie dye) so that when people look at the business card and decide to go check out said blog, they encounter more than a pretty background. Oh - and I still have to photograph all of the tea towels and flatfold diapers when my camera battery recharges. 
  5. Jim is involved in a major fund raising thing for Speech and Debate. Which involves him being gone all afternoon today and all day Saturday and Sunday. While I understand that he probably won't be having a whole lot of fun either, and that this one big event could earn them all the cash they need for their trip to nationals in June, I'm still a bit peeved that:
      1. I will have no extra help with the girls this weekend - please see #4 above for why it would be real nice to have extra help this weekend.
      2. It's my birthday weekend! And I want to go do something! Damnation!
      3. Home alone (with kids, of course) all day on my birthday? Damnation! 
  6. Alexis got a new car and I am totally jealous! 
  7. Just how many times a day can your toddler make you want to pull your hair out? Let me count the ways! Please let me not be that 'mommy who yells all the time!' Deep breath, deep breath, deep breath. 
  8. The 'sweet innocent babe who crawls' is starting to become the 'terror on two hand and two knees who will not stop messing with daddy's CDs, messing with daddy's books, eating strange bits off the floor, or playing in the dog water.' Oh - and she is totally letting go now and standing unsupported! "Look mom! No hands!"
  9. Mom's Night Out is this Tuesday! We haven't had one in ages. I'm hosting this month and we will be meeting at a cool coffee shop and I am going to teach the mamas how to crochet a Tawashi. Totally looking forward to this! 
  10. It's freaking 70ยบ out today! YAY! (Although I'm exhausted and totally swamped with things to do, so we've been stuck inside for most of the day. I promised O that we would go to the little park if she slept at nap time today.) At least I can have all the windows open and get some fresh air circulating through the house.
Free Your Mind Fridays at The Well-Read Mom

Undercover Mama: Nursing Undershirt Review and Giveaway

Nursing Undershirt
Review and Giveaway

Back in April, I was the lucky winner of a giveaway at Elegant Mommy - a great little diaper boutique located in Sioux Falls, SD. I won an Undercover Mama Nursing Undershirt. Now, it's always cool to win something, but I was extra excited for this item, as I AM a nursing mama - and while you can definitely breast feed your baby without any special gear, a nursing shirt makes it so much easier to breast feed in public without showing off too much skin. But who wants to go and buy a whole bunch of new shirts just for that? Not only are they expensive, but it really limits your wardrobe!

The Undercover Mama turns ANY shirt into a nursing shirt!
"Undercover Mama functions as an undershirt, keeping yourback, sides and belly covered as you nurse.  It has no straps and attaches directly to the outer flaps of any top-opening nursing bra.  Undercover Mama remains attached while in use.  You will feel like you are wearing a regular cami under you shirt, but when you need to nurse you still just have to undo the flap on your bra and Undercover Mama opens with it- No extra flaps or hooks to deal with each time.  Undercover Mama's generous length make them great to layer under your shirts and allow you to nurse comfortably."
The first day I received my Undercover Mama, I put it right on. And I immediately got online and contacted them and asked them if I could do a review on this blog. I just had to share this one with my readers!

I LOVE it. The material is soft and stretchy. It's long enough to cover everything that needs covering and it stays put when I'm wearing it. And that's saying a lot, as I am always on the move - and I find that a lot of my regular shirts tend to ride up a bit or even roll up at the bottom. Who needs their belly or back hanging out when they are bending over to pick up their kids or loading groceries? Undercover Mama keeps it covered.  And it helps keep my regular shirts in place as well. No more over exposure for this mama!

It works wonderfully for nursing. I love that I can just open my nursing bra and the top of the Undercover Mama comes right down with it. No stretching out my tank to get the job done. I also love that it works with all of my bras. Even ones that have extra wide straps on them. That little hook just grabs on and stays put! I was a bit worried about that at first, as I often wear a sports bra style nursing bra. Undercover Mama hooks right on to the strap - and it's stretchy enough that I can nurse right out the top of it without unhooking it! 

Undercover Mama attached to a Sports Bra style nursing bra

The material is 95% Cotton and 5% Spandex. So it's soft AND stretchy - and the spandex makes the fabric bounce back to it's original shape. Just plain cotton will stretch out and stay stretched out until you wash it again. It comes in 5 great colors so you can coordinate with your entire wardrobe! This is a great item to have in your wardrobe even when your aren't nursing. It's a great layer without all the extra straps of a normal tank top!

Where can you get one?

You can purchase The Undercover Mama directly from Undercover Mama or from one of their fine retailers in the US, UK, and Norway!


Courtesy of Undercover Mama, one of my readers is going to win their very own Undercover Mama Shirt in their choice of color!

TO ENTER: Visit the Undercover Mama website and then come back here and leave me a comment telling me why you think this is a great product. 

Note: Please provide your email address with your entry so I can contact you if you win. If I cannot contact you, I will pick another winner. 

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This giveaway is open to all US residents 18 and over, except where prohibited by law. 
Giveaway ends at 12pm MST on Sunday, 5/30/2010.
Winners may not substitute another product or seek credit towards another Undercover Mama product. 

Disclaimer: This review and giveaway is sponsored by Undercover Mama. I received the item as a prize in a giveaway. The review is my honest opinion based on my experience using the product and has not been reviewed or edited by Undercover Mama.

Happy Nursing!


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