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how to stay cool with baby this summer!

By Gen Cohen

17 Items for Keeping Cool This Summer

Nursery Items

HALO Cotton Muslin Sleepsack ~ $20

For hot summer nights, a lightweight wearable blanket (or swaddle) is a must for little ones who still need something to cover them. 100% cotton muslin fabric is breathable and very lightweight.

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Lasko Baby-Safe Tower Fan  ~ $61

Tower FanIf your nursery doesn’t have an overhead fan, we recommend this blade-less tower fan.

Safe for little fingers, an oscillating fan is also great because it circulates air without concentrating it in one spot. We also love that it helps with air quality. Remote included.

*Note this is just a fan, not an air conditioner.

 

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Baby Carriers

Just because it’s hotter than h*ll outside, doesn’t mean you should stop babywearing. Here are the carriers that we love for summer —

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Ergobaby Ventus

Ergobaby Cool Air Mesh/Performance Carriers ~ $120+

For babywearing in a warm/hot climate, I highly recommend the Ergo Performance line. They offer the “Cool Air Mesh Performance” carrier ($120), the “Performance Ventus” carrier (for ultimate ventilation) ($123) and the “360 Cool Air,” which is the regular 360 (which allows outward facing), but mo’ meshy ($180).

These carriers are all moisture-wicking and super breathable. The fabric is machine washable and fast drying. *Read more about why we love Ergobaby carriers here.

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Lillebaby Complete All Seasons ~ $140

Get more bang for your buck with the Lillebaby All Seasons carrier. In hot weather, zip down the front flap to allow air through the meshy back area. In the wintertime, zip it back up to keep baby warm in cold weather. For year-round warm climates, check out their new line of Airflow carriers.

Options, people!!

*Read in-depth review of this carrier here.

Lillebaby All Seasons Carrier

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Beachfront Baby Wrap ~ $40

This super light and stretchy infant wrap is made of performance athletic mesh, which is extremely breathable, lightweight and fast-drying – you can even babywear in the water. These are SO cool, I wish I knew about them when my littles were little!!

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It’s also great for moms with older kid(s) that need an extra hand in the water. Perfect for everyday use as well. Comes in wrap and ring sling versions.

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Car Seat & Stroller Accessories

The interior of a car can get up to 170° on a hot day, which leaves every surface as hot as lava. The darker your car seats, the hotter they will get. Here are some tools for keeping your little ones cool(er) in the car and stroller.

Newbie Shade ~ $25

Don’t let the sun get between your baby and a much-needed car nap (right??).

The Newbie shade is low-profile, low-tech and easy to attach to the front and rear headrests. Made of 100% cotton, it blocks UV rays, works in nearly any vehicle and doesn’t interfere with the driver’s line of sight.

Enter promo code LUCIESLIST for 20% off at checkout through 9/22/16.

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Muslin Car Seat Cover ~ $15+

For infant car seats: muslin car seat covers are airy, breathable, and keep direct sun out of baby’s eyes. There are so many out there, it’s hard to pick just one. Check out the many options that are available at various price points.

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Brica Infant Car Seat Cover ~ $23

The highly-rated Brica infant car seat cover does double duty: it has mesh (to keep the bugs away) and a retractable sun & rain cover that blocks all UV rays. Oh, and it protects baby from unwanted touching 😉  *Fits all major car seat brands.

Brica Car Seat Cover

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Protect-A-Bub Convertible Car Seat Shade

And for the convertible car seat, Protect-A-Bub makes a cover for your older kiddo. Rated UPF 50+ and doesn’t retain heat.

*Click here to find a retailer in your area. Not so easy to find…

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Jolly Jumper Stroller Sunshade ~ $15

Strollers come with a built-in canopy, but most of them don’t cover your entire kiddo. We like the Jolly Jumper sunshade because it fits most strollers, play yards and protects against UV rays. Keeps bugs out too!

Jolly Jumper Stroller Sunshade

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Cool Mee Seat Liner by Meeno Babies

Cool Mee Seat LinerTypical car seats have a solid back surface or a cushion with material that isn’t vented, so setting a layer of vented material between the car seat or stroller and the child reduces sweating and overheating. In a hot, hot car, it may not guarantee against any sweating, but it sure does help.

One user noted that Meeno Babies car seat liner reduced surface temperature by about 18 degrees in the shade and 15 degrees in direct light (yes, he measured with a thermometer).

*Universal size fits most. Be sure this liner (or any other item) doesn’t interfere with harness placement and tightness. Harnesses should always be snug enough that you can’t pinch any material (95% of parents don’t have their kids harnessed tightly enough anyway — just saying).

Enter code staycool at checkout to get 20% off MSRP each unit until July 31st. Includes free shipping in the USA!

Dreambaby Stroller Fan ~ $13

Stroller fans don’t give off a ton of air, but it’s just the right amount for little ones. Bonus: it doubles as a sound machine 😉

*Another option is a handheld spray bottle fan; check out this one by 02cool. For the heavy duty user, check out this pump mister.

Dreambaby Stroller Fan

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Car Sunshades by Veneev ~ $12 (2-pack)

Window clings keep direct sun out of eyes and help keep the temperature down. *Be sure they don’t interfere with the driver’s line of sight.

These are the highest-rated shades on the market and use static to stick to your window without leaving residue. They protect from UV rays and provide a SPF 30+ protection. Note that you have to remove the cling in order to roll the window down.

*Check out Enovoe for larger cars.

Window Cling

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The Noggle Air Conditioner Extender ~ $46

These funny-looking air hoses are called Noggles and parents swear by them. They deliver air to anywhere in your car, especially to rear-facing kiddos who don’t get direct ventilation.  Works with a/c in the summer and heat in the winter, huzzah! Great for older cars that don’t have back seat vents.

*Note: You’ll need the 6′ for forward-facing in the backseat, the 8′ for rear-facing, and the 10′ for a car seat in the 3rd row.

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Cooling Garment

Cooling Towel by Ergodyne ~ $8

More tools for keeping cool: the best-selling Cooling Towel by Ergodyne. All you need to do is wet it (run it under the tap for one minute), and you can re-use it throughout the day. Bring this one to Disney in August, you won’t regret it.

Cooling Towel

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Insulated Cups

Polar Bottle Kids Insulated Bottle ~ $7.99

This affordable plastic bottle uses special insulated foil to keep liquids cold. Unlike heavy stainless steel water bottles, this one’s easy for little ones to drink from and the opening is large enough to fit ice. We have 3 and use them almost daily.

      • BPA and Phthalate free, dishwasher and freezer safe

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Thermos Funtainer 12 oz ~ $15

Drinking lukewarm water in the heat is no fun. The Thermos Funtainer is highly-rated and for good reason — it’s vacuum insulated for up to 12 hours (for cooling only).

*Thermos also makes a Foogo 10 oz for $16 (similar) and a Foogo 7 oz spouted with handles ($19) for little ones. [Related: Favorite Sippy Cups]

Thermos Funtainer

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Hydro Flask Insulated Water Bottle ~ $50

Another very highly-rated insulated bottle (but for triple the cost), is the Hydro Flask. It keeps drinks cold for up to 24 hours AND it keeps drinks hot for up to 6 hours.

      • For every bottle purchased, Hydro Flask donates 5% back to a charity of your choice.

Hydro Flask

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That is all — enjoy!!

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15 Ways For Moms and Daughters to Have More Fun Together

By Dallas Stevens

15 Ways For Moms and Daughters to Have More Fun Together



With the chaos of juggling our own schedules with our kids' calendars, it's easy for your quality time to be limited to carpool conversations and the bedtime routine. Penciling in some one-on-one time with your favorite girl may require a little extra effort, but it'll pay off in spades. Here, 15 ways to stop stressing and start making memories.

1. Ice Cream Outing

Because calories don't count when you're spending time with your favorite girl!

2. Sign Up For a Mother-Daughter Cooking Class

The weeknight dinnertime rush tends to take the fun out of cooking. Bring it back by devoting a few hours to hands-on foodie fun with your little one. Look up a cooking school in your area — you may be surprised to find how many kid-friendly classes are out there.

3. Spa Day

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Instead of trying to squeeze in a mani-pedi while your kids are at school or during your lunch hour, schedule appointments for two after school or on a weekend afternoon. It's a fun opportunity to indulge yourselves in some girl time.

Keep reading for more great mother-daughter date ideas!

4. Farmers Market Fun

Give her a lesson in where her food comes from by taking your daughter out for a one-on-one farmers market outing. Let her have a say in your selections, and encourage her to help turn your produce picks into dinner once you're back home.

5. Play Tourist in Your Own Town

We often take for granted that our own town or city has some pretty amazing sites to see. Spend an afternoon exploring with your girl. Head off to a destination that you've always wanted to check out, or take her to one of your own favorite spots that she hasn't seen yet.

6. Get Crafty

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Sometimes staying home is the easiest and best way to bond. If she's got siblings, plan some crafty QT during their nap time or when dad or someone else can take them out for a bit.

7. Volunteer

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Do good while having fun by signing up to volunteer for a few hours. It's a great opportunity to learn which causes speak to your daughter and spark a conversation about the importance of giving back.

8. Invite Grandma Along

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What's better than two generations of family fun? Inviting a third along!

9. Get Active

Depending on her age, bring your daughter along for a jog in her stroller, a side-by-side power walk, a class at the gym, or whatever other fitness fun suits your fancy.

10. A Night at the Movies

Let your little chick pick the flick, and treat yourselves to a movie date.

11. The 9-5

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If you're a working mom, make arrangements to bring your daughter in to visit your office for the day (or, depending on her age, an hour or two). Give her a better understanding of what her mom does for a living, and spark a conversation of what she could see herself doing as an adult.

12. Day Trippers

Take advantage of a sunny weekend afternoon, and take a meandering drive down a scenic stretch near your home, either with a drivable destination in mind or just an openness for adventure!

13. Plan a Picnic

Take the experience of planning and preparing a meal together, and make it even more special by enjoying it al fresco — just the two of you.

14. Ladies Who Lunch

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This weekend, skip brunch or lunch with your gal pals, and instead take your special little lady out for a date a deux. A one-on-one meal is a great opportunity to get her to open up on what's happening at school, in her social circle, and more.

15. Explore Nature

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There may be a chill in the air, but don't let it slow you down. Bundle up, and hit up a local nature trail, park, or boardwalk (hot cocoa in hand, perhaps?) for some outdoor exercise and conversation.

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Take a Hike: Essentials for Hikers

By Scott Morris

 

Hey, We Know Those Shades! (and we love to hike with them too!) Our sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection come in both kids' and adult sizes, like our light and flexible junior glasses!

With warmer weather just around the corner, urbanites are getting ready to take a brief break from the city and enjoy nature by going on a hike. New York has several hiking trails just a train ride away and it’s a great way to get moving in the great outdoors. Whether it’s just a day of hiking or you’re going on a longer excursion, be sure to come prepared with these handy hiking products.

Matador Freerain24 Backpack

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Taking you through 14 states, the Appalachian Trail is the longest continuously marked footpath on Earth. For a hike this extensive, you will need Matador’s Freerain24 Backpack and an adventurous friend. Nearly 2,200 miles long, the Appalachian Trail has only been successfully completed by 15,000 people.

Are you up for the challenge? If you’re a hardcore hiker then the answer is a no-brainer. The real question is do you have Matdaor’s Freerain24 Backpack to accompany you on this arduous but rewarding journey? Made out of strong and durable fabric, it’s the ideal hiking bag to carry all of your necessities. For a hike this long pack extra clothes, plenty of water, a compass, a map, and a headlamp. If you choose to navigate with a GPS system, be aware that battery life is limited so throw a rechargeable gadget in your Freerain24 Backpack for extra precaution. Its most unique and convenient feature is this backpack’s compact design. It can fold up so small it can literally fit into the palm of a hand.

When unpacked it turns into a 24 Liter backpack with a waterproof main compartment.

– Ultra-lightweight (5.5 oz) for easy transport
– Has 24-liter capacity with multiple pockets for easy-access storage
– Made with Cordura® 30D waterproof materials and Hypalon® rolltop construction to keep gear dry
– Breathable straps with adjustable top stabilizers for improved ergonomics
– Puncture resistant

 

Stojo

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Rule number 1: Always pack water for an extra day. Whether long or short, staying hydrated is key when hiking and with Stojo you will always have a cup to quench your thirst.

Don’t make a rookie mistake of not packing enough water. It can be a matter of life and death. Seriously! It cannot be stressed enough how important hydration is during any physical activity, but especially during hiking when water supply is limited. The hike you assumed would only take two hours can sometimes take four, a miscalculation that is common for a novice hiker. Bring water and lots of it. Save a ton of room in your bag by packing Stojo’s collapsible pocket cup. Made from mostly silicone and recyclable materials, this leak-proof cup has a unique design that allows it to “collapse” into a 1.75-inch disc that can fit right in your pocket. When opened up the cup can stand at 5 inches tall, about the same size of a standard coffee cup. Stojo is also devoted to making an environmental impact when you use 1 Stojo cup you are saving 500 disposable cups a year from piling up in landfills.

The Stoja Collapsible Cup is loaded with features:
– Available in 6 vibrant colors.
– Works for hot or cold beverages.
– BPA-free with no phthalates, glue or lead.
– Food-grade rated silicone cup and stopper.
– Dishwasher and microwave safe.

 

Ro·Sham·Bo Baby Sunglasses with UVA and UVB Protection

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It was a tough hike but you have finally made it to your destination. As the sun slowly drowns into the horizon and the sky fades into pinks and purples you realize a sunset is the perfect reward. Set your bag down and view Mother Nature’s masterpiece through Ro Sham Bo Sunglasses.

No one goes outside planning to get sunburned. While surrounded by beautiful scenery you may forget that the sun’s rays are relentlessly cascading down on every part of your body. Hiking may expose you to long hours in the sun. Protecting your skin by wearing protective and lightweight clothing, a hat and sunscreen is great but most people forget the importance of sunglasses. Ro·Sham·Bo sunglasses with UVA and UVB protection totally blocks out 100% of those harmful rays. Even during winter hikes sunglasses are ideal. They can prevent snow blindness which is when snow reflects light that can be discomforting to the eye. Available in 8 vivid colors, these shades are durable and lightweight. Due to their flexible design they are virtually indestructible. Bend, twist and stretch your pair of shades without breaking them. Made exclusively in Italy, Ro·Sham·Bo Baby's eyewear is stylish and offers guaranteed protection against the sun’s harmful UVA and UVB rays. Make sure your little one has a pair too, their baby corneas will need the protection as well.

 

Matador Pocket Blanket

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Overnight backpacking in the Grand Canyon can be a little overwhelming with the extra planning and extra packing. It will be all worth it once you are cuddled up in your Matador Blanket gazing at the night skies.

With its dark skies and clean air, the Grand Canyon is one of the best places to star gaze in the United States. Every year in June they throw a Star Party where thousands of people gather to gaze at planets, star clusters and galaxies. Nights can be cool, even in the summer so make sure to wrap up in a warm Matador Pocket Blanket. This ultra-compact pocket blanket can be as small as a deck of cards when folded but when unpacked pans out to about 63” x 44″. Keep yourself nice and toasty during an overnight hike or lay it out on the ground for everyone to use. Puncture resistant, you won’t have to worry about twigs or rocks poking any holes in your blanket. Storage and portability is super convenient just fold it back up and stick it in your backpack or pocket. It will be ready to use the next time it gets chilly or you need to take a rest stop during your hike.

 

Leisure Leash

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Take your furry friend on your next hiking adventure with Leisure Leash. Your dog will love the physical activity and will keep you motivated along the way.

Dogs are the best hiking buddies you could ever ask for. They are loyal, trustworthy and can alert you if anything is near by. Staying hands free is optimal while backpacking, but after a certain point your four-legged friend may want to roam freely. Holding your dog’s leash, especially while hiking can be inconvenient but with Leisure Leash your trusty companion can carry his or her own leash. This new leash system allows quality time to be more enjoyable and easier for both you and your dog. It’s a two-part system that is equipped with a slip collar and a leash. Simply clip the leash to itself and wrap it around the collar and slip it around your dog’s neck. Comfortable and lightweight, your dog won’t even notice his leash has become a second collar. Leisure Leash is versatile, use it for short-leash heeling, medium-leash running and off-leash training.  Innovative and simple to use, the Leisure Leash ranges from 22” to 27” but extensions are available for additional lengths if necessary.

 

Matador Camera Base Layer

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Dream it. Live it. Frame it! What’s a walk of a lifetime without snapping a few pictures? With Matador’s Camera Base Layer you will always be ready to take the best shots. While hiking in Yosemite National Park, you will inevitably come across some of the most surreal landscapes in the United States.

From Glacier Point to Yosemite Falls, Mother Nature is ready for her close up. For photography enthusiasts, amateurs and professionals, the ultra-lite Matador Camera Base Layer bag is designed to easily slip out your camera to capture precious moments on the next vacation, camping trip or day hike! Accessible and comfortable to hike with you can carry it around your neck or sling it over your shoulder. Remove your camera from the bag in less than a second for full access to all buttons and controls to capture all of Yosemite’s iconic scenery. The one-size-fits-all roll-top design can house DLSR and Mirco 4/3 camera lenses making the Camera Base Layer versatile with every camera model and size. Yosemite is a photographers dream don’t miss out on the beautiful sunsets and scenic pictures.

 

Sydney Paige Backpack

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Known as one of the most dangerous hikes, the Kalalau Trail in Hawaii is only for experienced and physically fit hikers. With steep volcanic slopes and narrow paths a high quality Sydney Paige backpack will be able to endure this challenging hike.

Compared to mountain biking or rock climbing, hiking can seem like piece of cake. Putting one foot in front of the other may be second nature to you but on an insanely hard hike you will need to be in top-notch shape. You’ll want to be strategic with what you bring when it comes to the Kalalau Trail. A Sydney Paige backpack is perfect to travel light but big enough to carry your necessities. With one large main compartment, a drawstring and a magnetic closure you can fit shoes, clothes, water bottles and more. The Guidi Laptop Rucksack has one front and two side accessory pockets with metal zippers and padded back and shoulder straps for added comfort. Created by a mompreneur who wanted to show her kids that anyone could change the world, Sydney Paige will give a child in need a backpack for each one sold.

Sydney Paige’s mission to break the cycle of poverty involves:
– Donating the same high quality backpack as purchased.
– Filling each donated backpack with a full set of age-appropriate school supplies, food, clothing, and hygiene kits.
– Letting customers choose which non-profit company receives their matching bag and supplies.

 

Matador Droplet

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It’s always a smart idea to pack extra clothes while hiking. Climate changes go change with little to no warning. Depending on the season you pack a set of warmer or lighter clothes with Matador Droplet.

How many times has the weatherman predicted a perfect forecast only to be proven completely wrong? Like that one time he promised sunshine and blues skies but instead it rained for 6 hours straight. Don’t be caught unprepared if the weather takes a turn for the worse. Weather can be unpredictable especially when you are heading into the backcountry. Pack a change of clothes for emergencies or unexpected climate changes in your Matador Droplet. Whether it gets hot, cold or you decide to take a dip in the lake, this handy bag can carry it call. Light and versatile this bag is also waterproof guaranteeing your goods will stay dry. It’s large enough to carry a whole outfit and also other essentials like first-aid supplies, rain gear, an insulated jacket or extra socks. The Matador Droplet Wet Bag can fold up to fit right in the palm of your hand. It’s compact design fits perfectly on a droplet shaped silicon keychain making portability convenient and simple.

 

DryFins

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Stop Trail Chafing 2016! Painful chafing while hiking can be a guy’s worst nightmare. Next time you are about to go backpacking wear DryFins so you won’t have to cut your adventure short.

Guys don’t like to talk about it but with DryFins they won’t ever have to. Jump into a refreshing lake and swim freely after a long hike without worrying about chaffing afterwards. Designed for guys by guys, this brand was exclusively designed for active males who love to swim, fish or hike. Unlike traditional swim trunks, these top quality board shorts have a quick dry liner designed to eliminate irritation from chafe, rash and burn. The signature DryFins is a comfortable cut board short with a super-soft outer shell that looks great wet or dry. Two deep pockets can hold sunglasses, snacks, a flashlight or any other hiking goodies you may need. Available in men and boy sizes you can choose from a classic red or blue and coming soon, green. Say goodbye to the uncomfortable chafe waddle with DryFins.

 

Matador Surface

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Fishing while on a backpacking trip is the perfect way to take in the beauty and peacefulness nature has to offer. Lay down your Matador Surface at the dock and catch a giant trophy fish.

Backcountry lakes and fishing go together like a fish in water. Lay down your fishing tackle box and fishing poles on a Matador Surface and prepare for an epic day of fishing. Made from ultra composite material, this portable work surface covers a large of space of about 53” x 36.” Equipped with a “hardware trap” you can put hooks, bait, sinkers, bobbers and extra line inside. It’s a hiking essential you would never think you needed until you lose track of your needle nose plier. You can also use it at home for home repairs or when working on your car. It’s gas, oil, grease resistant and 100% waterproof. Printed on an easy pack-folding pattern, the Matador Surface can is compact and thin. It can fit comfortably in a toolbox or in your Matador Freerain24 Backpack. Like the majority of Matador’s products this portable work surface also folds down right down the middle into the size of your palm.

Matador Surface also includes:
– Metric and standard ruler markings
– A precision laser etched mm rule
– Protractor
– Angle Marking detents
– Bottle openers

 

ECOlunchbox

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For long hikes with steep terrains make sure to avoid food that will make you fizzle out such as chips, sodas and sweets. With ECOlunchbox you can pack tasty and energy boosting snacks to keep you going until the end.

Whether you are hiking for 2 miles or 20, you will need food that gives you plenty of energy. Some high-energy snacks are trail mix, dried fruit, sunflower seeds or chocolate covered soy nuts if you have a sweet tooth. With ECOlunchbox you can pack simple yet nutritious foods to avoid cramps, nausea or even dizziness while you are hiking. This reusable lunchbox is made entirely from non-toxic materials such as stainless steel, cotton and plastic-free silicone. ECOlunchbox is a socially and environmentally aware company that is on a “Plastic-free” mission to keep the planet as green as possible. Their lunchboxes are specially designed to healthy for people and the planet. Store your food in the most efficient and healthy way with awarding winning ECOlunchbox.

ECOlunchbox also has a line of plastic-free lunch bags and snack containers.
– Dishwasher safe
– 100% Non-toxic
– Stainless steel
– Reusable
– Waste-free
– BPA-free
– Phthalate-free

 

Allison Izu Sunrise Sweat Pants

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Hiking trips don’t stop fashionista’s from looking fierce even if they hot and sweaty. Throw on some of Allison Izu’s Sunrise Sweat Pants with your hiking boots and look like the ultimate outdoors babe.

You’re tired, hungry and drenched in sweat but who cares because yourSunrise Skinny Sweat Pants fit exactly the way they should on your petite frame. Perfect for early mornings in the backcountry and made especially for petite women, these sweat pants are casual and fashionable. For women with a bold and daring sense of style choose Allison Izu’s zebra inspired animal print. If you lean more towards minimalist fashion than their dark grey sweat pants will fit into your wardrobe perfectly. Allison Izu Song spotted a huge problem in the fashion industry while she attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. The majority of women’s fashion was designed for tall women leaving petite women at a huge disadvantage. She decided to fix this problem by creating, Allizon Izu a luxurious line specifically for women 5’6” and shorter. Made in Hawaii, you can say goodbye to long pants that drag across the floor and sleeves that swallow your arms whole. Customers will love the quality of fabrics, trims, constructions and variety.

 

Play Again Now

PlayAgainNow

With hiking season quickly approaching you may be training extra hard to reach your fitness goals on time. PlayAgainNow is a daily nutritional supplement drink aiding in muscle recovery that you can feel in just 7 to 14 days. This daily sports nutrition drink supplement is designed to combat soreness and stiffness and can be consumed by athletes or active people of any age or fitness level.

This beverage contains hyaluronic acid (HA) and MSM, which acts as a shock absorber and lubricant for muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. After challenging yourself at the gym make sure to recover your muscles with Play Again Now. This drink is caffeine free, gluten free and contains zero calories and carbs.

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Some Preggers "Rules" Examined...

By Scott Morris

Really? No sushi, no lunch meat, and I can't touch kitty litter?? 

[reposted from Lucie's List] 

There are TONS of pregnancy myths and fact about what you should-- and shouldn't -- be doing during your pregnancy. Perhaps you've already been admonished by an annoying coworker about the dangers lurking inside your turkey sandwich. 
 
The truth of the matter is that the majority of miscarriages, stillbirths, and birth defects occur from reasons that are totally outside of your control. This will either give you comfort or totally freak you out; hopefully it's the former.
 
As it turns out, many of the rules of the pregnancy police come not from actual data or studies, but from the "why-take-a-chance" philosophy that pervades American medicine, no matter how infinitesimal the actual risk.
 
First, a biology lesson.
 

Mr. (or Ms.) Fetus

Only half of your tiny peanut is identical to your own biology (the other half belonging, of course, to your sperm-donor-of-a-husband, or boyfriend, or fiance, or one-night-stand --- no one's judging here).

Fetus: nooo, don't attack meee!!

Because of this dissimilarity, your little ball of baby cells would normally be rejected by your body's own immune system (much like with a transplanted organ). Thankfully, our immune systems have evolved to NOT attack the developing fetus.

Essentially, your whole immune system lets down its guard for the duration of your pregnancy. As a result, pregnant women are more vulnerable to nasty stuff. This also explains why you'll get every strain of cold under the moon during the 3rd trimester, even if you are normally quite healthy.

So which of the rules are justifiable and which aren't? Let's have a look at some pregnancy myths that have been debunked or confirmed.

Listeria Hysteria

Listeria is the big bad bacteria that you want to avoid during pregnancy, mainly because it can cross the placental barrier and infect the fetus, which can result in miscarriage or fetal death.

True, pregnant women are about 20 times more likely to get listeria than the non-pregnant, but EVEN SO, it is EXTREMELY rare, infecting about 50-100 per million for those with a bun in the oven (3 to 5 million without).

~ This is even less likely than your chances of dying in a plane crash (1 in 30,000). 

* For comparison's sake, 1 in 84 people die in car crashes.

It should also be noted that most listeria infections in pregnancy occur in the 3rd trimester, when suppression of Th1-mediated immunity is at its maximum.

The highest risk foods for listeria are preserved fish (lox and stuff), cheese from unpasteurized milk, and deli meats. Pate (pa-TAAAAAY). Under cooked hot dogs. Stuff like that.

Bottom line: With those kinds of odds, you should worry more about your driving and less about your turkey sandwich.

Sushi 

Most American OBs say, "No sushi for you!" However, if you look at the data, 85% of seafood illness comes from eating raw shellfish -- that's right, bivalve mollusks, namely, raw oysters and clams

If you take those out of the equation, the risk of falling ill from eating seafood is 1 in 2 million servings. [By comparison, the risk from eating chicken is 1 in 25,000.] So... can we agree that we won't eat raw oysters and clams? I mean, really? Millions of Japanese women are not wrong (and yes, with some of the best public health officials in the world, they've looked into it).

Furthermore, fish eaten in a sushi restaurant in the US is almost always flash frozen before it gets to the restaurant, so any parasites or bacteria in the fish would have been killed during the process.

Salmon-ella, ha!

Bottom line: No raw shellfish, but your salmon roll shouldn't be any more scary than your chicken sandwich.

Freddy Mercury

"You should eat lots of fish when you're pregnant." No wait... "You should avoid fish when you're pregnant."

Well, which is it?

"Between the warnings about parasites in sushi and about mercury in certain species of fish, pregnant women are being scared off fish altogether. And that's bad news, since the fatty acids in fish are the ideal nourishment for a developing baby," said Steven Shaw, a former food writer for The New York Times.

Furthermore, researchers found that greater maternal intake of omega-3 fatty acids in fish was associated with better fine motor development, more pro-social behavior, and better social development.

So is there a "too much"? All researchers can do is guess at it, but many suggest that the warnings against seafood consumption are dramatically overblown.

In fact, a study in the Seychelles [a high fish-eating population] showed no link between the children's development over their first 6 years and the levels of mercury contained in their mothers' hair during pregnancy, which is a measure of the amounts to which fetuses were exposed.

Bottom line: Common sense would tell us to limit consumption of fish that are high in mercury, such as shark, swordfish, king mackerel, and tilefish (sorry, no shark for you this week [snort]). 

The Truth About Kitty Litter

Toxoplasma gondii is a parasite whose only natural host is the cat. Reeeer.

The truth is if you've had an indoor/outdoor cat for years, your chances of being immune from a previous exposure are fairly high - perhaps as high as 90%.

Studies show... of the 10% of pregnant cat owners that are susceptible, about 2% of those are exposed to toxoplasmosis during pregnancy. Of those (now 0.2%), only 30% of the 0.2% become infected. If infected (this keeps getting better, huh?), only 30% of those are "clinically infected", meaning their newborn will be impacted in some noticeable way.

Where are we on the math? About 0.0018 (or, 1.8 in 100,000) of the fetuses of pregnant cat owners will get sick from toxoplasmosis. You can see why doctors really don't see this very often.

Should you tell your husband or partner that this really isn't a threat after all?

Hell-to-tha-NO! Let him think it's highly lethal for, like... the rest of your life (come on, you can't get drunk for the next few months, the least he can do is scoop some kitty crap, yeah?). It'll be our little secret. ;-)


Conclusion: Ladies, I'm not saying you can't get sick from things like listeria, sushi, and kitty litter. I'm just saying they're fairly unlikely (k, so don't sue me). The beauty is that everyone can decide based on their own risk tolerance. I love 'dis country!

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Connecting with Autism Spectrum Kids

By Scott Morris

Connecting With ASD Children (from Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine)
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Communicating and connecting with someone who has Autism can be difficult. If you have a loved on or a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder you might notice they have difficulty making eye contact, or they may withdraw into themselves or they might seem uninterested in relating to family members. As a parent these symptoms can be frustrating and heartbreaking but there are ways you can remove boundaries that this disorder has created. As part of Autism awareness month we want to help you break down the barriers of ASD.

How common is ASD? According to the CDC approximately 1 in 68 children have been identified with autism spectrum disorder. From a study performed by the CDC about 1 in 6 children in the United Stated had a developmental disability in 2006-2008, ranging from mild disabilities such as speech and language impairments to serious developmental disabilities including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy and autism. ASD is also more common in boys.

Although ASD has no cure, there is still hope through treatment. Doctors and other health experts have learned the key on how to deal and communicate with kids with Autism.

BayCare recommends we should:

  • Be patient. Many children with ASD take longer to process information. Try slowing down your conversation to his or her speed.
  • Teach your child how to express anger without being too aggressive. Children with ASD should know they shouldn’t have to hold in their anger.
  • Be persistent yet resilient. Don’t get upset if your child does not respond to you as you’d like. Many children with ASD have trouble both showing and controlling their responses.
  • Be polite. Children with ASD respond best to positive reinforcement, so make sure to reward good behavior.
  • Ignore irritating attention-getting behavior. ASD children may act badly at times to get you to focus on them. The best way to prevent bad behavior is by ignoring it.
  • Interact through physical activity. ASD children tend to have short attention spans, especially when it comes to communicating. By letting your child run around and play outside it allows them to relax and feel calmer.
  • Be affectionate. Children with ASD just like other children need a hug every once in awhile. Often times children with ASD they have trouble showing their feelings, but they still need to know you love them.

Upcoming events for Autism: 

Tampa Bay Autism Speaks Walk 

The Tampa Bay chapter of Autism Speaks will hold this event at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL. Proceeds will support Autism Speaks’ mission: To fund research and family and adult services.

 

Ro.Sham.Bo.Baby 

These adorable sunglasses for kids, like these black toddler Wayfarer sunglasses, come in a variety of colors and sizes. Designed to care for your baby or toddler’s eyes, a portion of the proceeds of these stylish specs goes to the Autism Research Institute.

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Best Baby Carriers!

By Scott Morris

Check out this best baby carrier review to find the best baby carrier for your newborn!

Reposted from Lucie's List

People have been wearing babies for centuries. We could learn a thing or two from our ancestors.

American women went away from babywearing a couple of generations ago when doctors preached that a baby who received too much love, touch, and attention would be “spoilt.”

Now we know better: babies desperately want to hear the sound of your voice and the beating of your heart. They also have a very good sense of smell; just the scent of mommy or daddy is enough to calm their nerves. In fact, one study showed that infants who were carried/worn during the day cried and fussed 43% less (overall) and 51% less in the evening hours (4 pm to midnight)1. Yes, please! Sign me up for that.

The Tula Baby Carrier

The Tula Baby Carrier

Babywearing is also a practical logistical solution: wearing your baby allows you to go about your day like a normal person.

In the early days (before your baby can sit unassisted), babywearing is the only practical way to do things like grocery shopping, where you really need your hands free to push a cart. Things like getting the mail, walking the dog, going through airport security and boarding a plane, doing housework, or navigating through a crowded street market becomes infinitely easier with a baby carrier.

Nay, downright enjoyable!

ErgoBaby Carrier

Ergobaby Carrier

 Your Lifestyle

As with strollers, there is no one carrier that is perfect for every situation, so my advice is to decidehow you will primarily use the carrier, then go from there. Meaning… will you use it for shorter periods of time, for doing things around the house, taking short walks around the neighborhood – OR – will you use it for longer periods of time, like going on long walks or hikes. Or both.

Speaking of lifestyle, excuse me while I grossly overgeneralize and stereotype people, but I really have noticed that there are two very different types of moms out there: the walkers and the drivers.

The walker is a mom who lives in a city or walkable suburb. They walk to neighborhood parks and cafes and take public transportation sometimes (or a lot). Perhaps they also go hiking, visit street markets/festivals, and generally have more of a metropolitan lifestyle. These moms greatly benefit from longer-term babywearing. (I just described all of my mommy friends in San Francisco.)

The driver is a mom who lives in the suburbs and rarely gets from A to B on foot. This mom mostly drives everywhere and her baby/toddler tends to spend most time away from home in her car seat or stroller. Perhaps this mom also has a long commute from work and doesn’t tend to leave the house again once she arrives home. These moms will be just fine with a “small baby” carrier and probably won’t need/use one after 6 months or so. (I just described all of my mommy friends in Atlanta and Tampa.)

After living in both environments, I can tell you that the needs of these two groups are very different (sorry for overgeneralizing, but it’s kinda true). (Yes, I know you can fall somewhere in the middle, just humor me.) 

Picking an Infant Carrier

Infant carriers are smaller and meant to be worn anywhere from 0-4 to 0-9 months, at which point you would switch to a larger “soft structured carrier,” which will take you well into toddlerhood.

Nesting Days

Nesting Days Newborn Carrier

You could also skip the infant carrier and go straight to a soft structured carrier to save some money – with the understanding that young babies (0-6 months) tend to get swallowed up in most SSCs.

Furthermore, many of the soft structured carriers (Ergo, for example), require the purchase of a newborn adapter in order to use it with a young baby (0-6 months). The newborn adapter is often about the same price as some of the infant carriers below, so…. you’re better off just getting an infant carrier that’s appropriate for young infants. Your choice.

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1. Original Baby Bjorn ~ $56+

Yes, she’s wearing socks on her hands. Sue me, it was cold…

For me, this is hands-down the easiest carrier to take on and off, especially if you leave it in its semi-intact position after taking it off. In the Bjorn, your baby can face in or out, which is fab. It can also be used very early on for newbs without needing a special newborn adapter. Lucie loved facing out in the Bjorn so she could watch the world go by.

However, this is not Sweden’s finest piece of engineering… the downside for the parent is the ouch-factor: think of carrying a heavy backpack on the front of your body. This carrier exerts a great deal of pressure on the lower back and the straps tend to dig into your shoulders. This results in a condition I call “Bjorn back” or “Baby back” (you may also be stricken with Baby wrist, Baby hips and knees, or Baby shoulder — none of which are pleasant). The BabyBjorn Miracle is slightly easier on the back, but for that price? I think you can do better.

People also love to hate on the Bjorn because it’s a dreaded “crotch dangler” [drink!], which means the baby is not in an ergonomically correct position and, in theory, could develop hip dysplasia. With casual use, I don’t think this is a real issue. However, for baby’s sake, I would not wear it heavily. Speak to your doctor if you have concerns.

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Having just talked all that smack, I have to admit I LOVE the Bjorn for its easy on/off, around the house convenience. Need to throw it on to unload the dishwasher, get the mail, or tend to another child? YEP! For 0-4 months or so, this is a very handy carrier indeed. Closeted, crotch-dangling mothers around America agree. But after baby hits the 15 lb mark? Forget it, your back will be DYING. It absolutely pains me to see moms or dads carrying around older infants or even young toddlers in a goddang Bjorn. Ouch, people! It makes me want to have an impromptu baby carrier intervention.

I’m not sure I would buy one new, but if you can borrow one from a friend for the first few months, you’ll be glad you did. It’s all about options! BabyBjorn introduced a new carrier, the Baby Carrier One, named so to be “the only carrier you’ll need from birth through toddlerhood.” This is a pricey (but pretty nice!) carrier that behaves more like a traditional soft structured carrier, like the Ergo, but with the convenience of easy in and out that Bjorn is known for. Read our complete review of the BabyBjorn One.


2. Moby Wrap Original ~ $48

The Moby is the bizzaro Bjorn: difficult to get on, but a pleasure to wear. The closeness and comfort that you have with a Moby is like no other, mainly because you are literally wrapping baby to your body so you move together as one unit.

moby baby carrier

The Moby is a single, long piece of stretchy fabric that you tie around you and your baby and, like grits, is an acquired taste. It takes a bit of practice to tie it correctly, but once you do, you’ll be in love. Unlike the Bjorn, it’s great for wearing for long durations because it doesn’t cause back fatigue. Seriously though, I would never have figured out how to tie it if I had just read the manual.

I made an instructional video here:

Just remember: it takes some practice and patience. If you lack both of these qualities, see #3. The Moby is totally perfect for your 0-6 month old baby and at ~$45, it’s very affordable.

  • A lesser known, but similar wrap is the Boba Wrap. Many moms like it better because it’s more stretchy and less bulky (and cheaper!).
  • Ergobaby released the Ergobaby Wrap in March of 2014. This wrap has a built-in pocket to store all the fabric so it doesn’t drag on the ground. It’s about $80 though; almost double the price of the others. So unless someone else is buying… see my review here.

3. Baby K’tan (pronounced Ka-TAHN) ~ $50

The K’tan is the Moby without all of the intricate tying – the best of both worlds if you ask me. Your baby can face in or out (yay!), and can be carried on your hip when they get older. Unlike most other carriers, the K’tan is not one-size-fits-all. It is sized to fit the wearer (you), not your babe. Therefore, you may not be able to share it with your partner if there is a great size difference (which there usually is). This is the biggest downside.

For a video on how the K’tan compares to something like the Moby, click here.

The Baby K'Tan baby carrier

The Baby K’tan

And like the Moby, the price is right at ~$49. Score!

Notes:

  • Pay close attention to the sizing recommendations. If you are at all in-between sizes, get the smaller one. The material is quite stretchy.
  • It comes with an extra piece of fabric that you can tie around to give you extra support (more like a Moby) if you feel like you need it. Some people forget about this piece then complain it isn’t secure enough. It’s there – use it.

4. Nesting Days ~ $89+

The Nesting Days carrier is different because you wear it around your tummy, like a shaper, which makes it very secure, comfortable, and totally hands free. This carrier also gives much needed tummy support after giving birth, especially for C-section moms.


Snug as a bug

The creator of Nesting Days, Julie Arvan, is a nurse and postpartum doula who also worked in the apparel industry. With the Nesting Days carrier, she brought together the best of both worlds. The fabric’s are soft, stretchy, and completely machine washable.

This has become my go-to gift for new moms and the friends who received one can’t stop raving about it. See our demonstration video here.

Nesting Days is ‘made-to-order’ in small batches in San Francisco. Immediate delivery is $99. Pre-orders that ship in 4 to 6 weeks are $89. Sizing is based on your pre-pregnancy dress size. They run a little small, so size up when you order. Wrong size?  Nesting Days sends you the right size in a few days, and a pre-paid envelope for the return.  Made for newborns 5-18 pounds. You’re going to love going skin-to-skin!

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Beach/Pool Product Review From San Diego Family Magazine!

By Scott Morris

Beach/Pool Product Review

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Beach and Pool Products! Headed to the beach, pool or waterpark this summer? Check out these cool new products to make your trip easy and fun.

 

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Sharkbanz
$59; Sharkbanz.com

Sharkbanz is a new wearable that uses patented magnetic technology to interfere with sharks’ sensitive electroreceptors and deter attacks. Simple to use, store, and durably built for surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving and general beach-going. Sharkbanz use no chemicals, batteries or electricity to deter sharks. The wearer just straps it on any time they’re about to head into the ocean, and they comfortably fit on children. “Easy to put on, stays on well and so far we have not had any problems with sharks so it works great!” says Gavin.

 

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The Freezable Carryall Lunch Bag
$19.99; PackIt.com

This stylish tote is a great option for all your lunch needs. Whether it’s a big pasta salad or a hearty meal to bring to an outdoor event, this bag has the room to fit it all. The front storage pouch provides extra room for utensils or any other personal items. "I love that you can just pull it out of the freezer, throw your lunch, drinks and snacks in and head to the beach!" says Laura.

 

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Mad Hippie Facial SPF
$24.99; MadHippie.com

Chemical-free and all natural 30+ facial SPF utilizes zinc oxide—the safest and most natural physical blocking agent available. Combined with naturally photoprotective oils, red raspberry seed oil, avocado oil and carrot seed oil, plus vitamin C + E + Ferulic acid, this hydrating blend offers broad-range antioxidant protection from photo-aging. "Nice and thick and not greasy at all," says Michelle. "Rubs in really well so I feel my kids are completely protected for a day at the pool."

 

 

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Ro·Sham·Bo Baby's waterproof baby sunglasses
$20; roshambobaby.com
Designed specifically for babies and children’s use, abuse and love of putting things in their mouths, Ro·Sham·Bo's waterproof baby sunglasses, like these bright blue baby sunglasses, are so durable that they can be bent, stretched, pulled, stepped on (they have even been run over and survived!) and bounce right back to shape. Ro·Sham·Bo Baby shades come in baby, junior and adult sizes. They block 100% of UVA/B rays, have a shatter resistant lens and are small parts tested, so safe for babies. Full lens and damage replacement is guaranteed if lens or frames break or get damaged. "Genius! Indestructible children's sunglasses! They look great and I can throw them in our beach bag and go," says Suzanne.

 

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Nautica® Beach Chair and Umbrella
$39.99-$49.99; BedBathandBeyond.com

This stylish, lightweight beach collection from Nautica is perfect for staying cool and relaxed when at the shore. Features a 5-position beach chair and 7-foot beach umbrella. "Durable, different colors and designs to choose from and easy to carry as a backpack," says Robyn. "Perfect chair and shade for the beach or a soccer game."

 

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Swimmer Jr Speaker
$39.99; PolkAudio.com

At the approximate size of a racquet ball, the Swimmer Jr. by Polk BOOM is Bluetooth speaker that delivers surprisingly loud, high quality sound. It is also waterproof so your teens and tots won’t have to worry about dropping it in the pool while you’re on vacation this summer- plus, it will make shower time a lot more fun. Features a celebrated flexible tail design that can be hung, looped or attached to any object such as a backpack, a belt loop, bike handlebar, etc. All you have to do is link the speaker to your smartphone via Bluetooth and the kids will be jamming in no time. "My son attaches it to his backpack so he always has a speaker with him," says Tracy.



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The Great Plate
$15; GreatPlate.net

The Great Plate is an innovative plate and cup holder in one. It is the perfect companion for every occasion, from slumber parties to popcorn and movie nights. Easily allows kids to hold both their snacks and beverage comfortably, keeping inevitable spills at bay. BPA-free, dishwasher/microwave safe, reusable and recyclable. Sold in a set of four in bright, cheerful colors. "Great for outdoor snack use and they float!" says Craig.

 

 

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Chill Factor™ Drink Bottle
$18.99; http://thechillfactor.com/drink-bottle

Stay hydrated when playing outdoors during the summer with the Chill Factor™ Drink Bottle, a color changing water bottle for both kids and adults! Simply place the water bag in the freezer prior to use, and when ready to hit the park, the trail, or the beach, pour in water or any room temperature drink. Use your hands to squeeze the water bottle and in seconds, your drink will be chilled, staying cold for up to two hours. When cool, the new hyper color function shows you how cool your bottle is. "My kids love this," says Tracy. "And they are easy to grab and take to the pool."

 

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Natural Sunscreen SPF 30 8 oz. Airless Pump
$33.99; BeyondCoastal.com

Beyond Coastal's top-rated 100% natural sunscreen provides shelter from UVA rays with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. SPF 30 effectively blocks 97% of UVB rays, which cause sunburn.  This ultimate skin care is moisturizing, water resistant and hydrates skin with aloe vera, shea butter, and vitamin C. "Easy to apply and stay on whether the kids are in the pool or at the beach," says Laura.

 

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Super Soft® Water Trotter
$129.99; BedBathandBeyond.com

The kids will jump for joy with this adorable Super Soft Water Trotter pool toy. They'll have so much fun racing around the pool with this ride-on horse, featuring built-in safety handles to help kids keep their balance. Perfect for the horse crazy kid. Vinyl coated for durability. Recommended for ages 5 years and up. "This is my kids favorite pool toy!" says Ramona. "Everyone loves to play with it, regardless of age."

 

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Shore Jr Sandals
$39.99; us.Hi-Tec.com

Going on an adventure in the sun? Need to splash through some water? The Hi-Tec Shore JR is the perfect sandal for every kid. This sandal is constructed with a soft synthetic upper for comfort, durability and breathability. A shock cord and adjustable heel strap ensure a customized and secure fit. The EVA midsole absorbs impact for all-day comfort and a rubber outsole provides grip on any terrain, making the Shore Jr. the ultimate kid's summer sandal. Adult shoe selections also available. "Perfect for the beach or tidepooling," says Erin.

 

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Derby Duck
$59.99; DerbyDuckFun.com

Taking the form as a classic yellow rubber ducky with sunglasses, this 72-inch-long stylish inflatable duck is made with durable, heavy-duty vinyl and has a recessed seating area that's comfortable for lounging. It has two built-in handles on its sides, giving passengers plenty of stability as well as a convenient cup holder to keep drinks cool and fresh. The Derby Duck pool float can hold multiple people, making it the perfect way to combine relaxation and recreation in every backyard swimming pool. This Derby Duck is the perfect item to have at every pool party during the summer! For ages 6 and up. "I love the built-in cup holders," says Craig. "Great for lounging around in the pool on a hot day."

 

 

 

 

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Too Cool Key West Aloe
$10; KeyWestAloe.com

Summer weather can damage and diminish skin by drying out precious moisture and nutrients. But adding back what you lose with a little spritz of hydration may be the remedy to your woes. Infused with hydrating properties from 80% of Aloe Vera and the protection of Red Algae, skin will soak up the moisture and keep it locked in for the months ahead. "Feels refreshing on my skin after a day in the sun," says Tammy.

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GIRLS' WORLD MAGAZINE KIDS' SUNGLASSES REVIEW: THEY LOVES OUR BABY SHADES!

By Scott Morris

Upgrade your child’s accessories with these cool pair of sunglasses! Enter to win one of three pair of ro sham bo sunglasses.

Designed specifically for babies and children’s use, abuse and love of putting things in their mouths, ro•sham•bo are so durable that they can be bent, stretched, pulled, stepped on (they have even been run over and survived!) and bounce right back to shape; even a thirty year old man can’t break them! ro•sham•bo shades come in baby, junior and adult sizes.

Even celebrities like Jamie King, Reese Witherspoon, Tiffany Hornton, and Courtney Lopez (aka Mrs. “AC Slater”) are fans of these high quality sunglasses for little people! ​ ro•sham•bo shades make the perfect stocking stuffer, gift for a new mom, or holiday gift guide item, and a percentage of proceeds go to autism research! In fact, the name “ro•sham•bo” is a reference to “rock, paper, scissors,” a game many special educators like to play with kids that need some extra quiet attention without disrupting a classroom.

Visit www.roshambobaby for more information. Watch Vimeo to see how to rock these shades.

http://winit.girlsworldmag.com/sweepstakes/win-a-pair-of-ro-sham-bo-sunglasses-14111

 

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