Monday, July 26, 2010

Time in a bottle

You can make a homemade hourglass and it can help your child visualize the concept of time. You'll need two clean and dry 8 oz plastic bottles. Pour 1/2 cup colored sand (you can find at the craft store) into a bottle. On top of one of the bottles place a two hole button that's large enough to cover the opening. Add the second bottle to the top of the button you just placed on the sand bottle. Tape the bottles together with any secure tape. Use a clock to figure out how much time is in your bottle (it should be about 10 minutes). To adjust the time peel off the tape and add more sand, and then replace with new tape. Now when you tell your child "You have 10 minutes before the bus comes", she can set her sand, and know exactly how much time she has!

Monday, July 19, 2010

Picture me cooking

Looking for a great gift for your mom or grandma? Picture Me Cooking is a cookbook, photo album, and activity book all in one! Create easy recipes with your children and take pictures. Slide the pics into the pouch provided and give these away as gifts. They are super cute and they are sure to be an Heirloom!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Dentist Approved Soothers

MAM is rolling out super soft silicone soothers designed by dentists and Orthodontists with generous air holes to keep baby's skin dry. They come in many cute colors!

Friday, July 9, 2010

Monday, July 5, 2010

Great Toothpaste for babies 1 and under

How can you insure that your babies have healthy brushing habits for a lifetime? With baby Orajel tooth & gum cleaner! Babies teeth still need to be cared for because their is sugars in formula, juice, and other foods. These sugars form plaque on the teeth that water alone cannot remove. Baby Orajel tooth cleaner contains a special ingredient to remove plaque and is safe for babies to swallow because it is not loaded with Fluoride. Start cleaning your babies teeth as soon as they grow in and you will teach your child healthy habits for life!