Here are some things from Amazon that I have bought for my own family and thought you might enjoy!
Macks Pillow Soft Silicon Earplug
N had a nasty ear infection recently, and she’s on the swim team 🙁 Hopefully these will help.
Had the pajama version, but realized that I rarely used the pants (am a nightgown kind of Momma). Since #3 still nurses at night, I thought I’d get another one.
Which kid wouldn’t want these during those long weekend bath sessions? Instant obedience when I say “Bathtime!”.
I had one similar to this while growing up and I loved it! Enough reason to get it for my brood.
BLUE BOX Boombox Musical
My Yo Gabba mad #3 loves dancing too, so this should make an excellent Xmas gift.
With N being Hermione this Halloween, she obviously needed a wand. The HP ones were all either too expensive for kids or just cheap and nasty. This one seemed the most fun of all and the boys will like it too.
The BIG Christmas present for our firstborn. The bigger the present under the tree, the better, don’t you think?
Chachkas for the upcoming Birthdays.
And more birthday chachkas.
This CD is perfect for Mom’s much needed Me-time. Perfect for when the kids are at school, and I can reeee-lax.
Another gem and an essential for every CD library I believe…is it obvious, I’m a Bossanova fan?
We call our daughter Nat, and as I love NKC’s music, she’s grown up listening to him too. This album “en Espanol”, is something a little different and as smooth as ever.
This will be #3’s costume this Halloween- just adorable 🙂
After much research, this Griffindor HP costume got best marks. Plus, its unisex, so my boys can (and better!) reuse and recycle!
This was hubby’s choice to add to O’s Indiana Jones look this Halloween. Am convinced he wants to play with it too…
O’s Halloween Costume. We watched our DVD boxed set over the summer, you see.
O is Prince and Knight obsessed at the moment so this may end up being his Halloween/Birthday outfit. Two birds with one stone!
For Mom and her Halloween obsession.
Oh, and her love for vintage!
Just one more please…
Then here are some interesting DVD’s I enjoyed when I was young and added to the family movie library:
Ah, how much more wholesome can you get than Doris Day?
My family LOVED Mel Brooks when I was a kid. We watched this one hundreds of times.
Who would have thought Jane Fonda made a great cowgirl outlaw pre her aerobics days? Great tunes by the great Nat King Cole as well.
Hayley Mills was my childhood fave. This one which takes place in a boarding school was just lovely.
Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Classic Collection – Set 3
I started reading her books as a pre-teen and still love them now. Poirot is just brilliant.
Sesame Street: 40 Years of Sunny Days
For a child of the 70’s like me, this is an essential!