There are so many things in my day to day life that I love so much and wanted to share with you.
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The first thing I’m loving this month is my Mrs. Meyer’s Multi-Surface Everyday Cleaners. They smell so good. With scents like Iowa Pine, Lemon Verbena and Basil, you’ll love cleaning up your kitchen. After I wipe the kitchen counters down with it the whole house smells good. My favorite scent is Basil.
In the battle against dog hair and kid crumbs I love my Dyson V8 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum. It works great and holds it’s charge long enough for me to do my whole house. It makes cleaning up so much easier and faster. I seriously use it at least twice a day.
My mornings wouldn’t be complete this month without my Café Escapes. Usually we drink regular coffee in the mornings but I took a gamble on these k-cups and love them. There’s nothing like starting my morning with a yummy cup of coffee in my favorite mug.
That’s what I’m loving this month. As a family we are loving Sing. We watch it at least twice a day and have the soundtrack downloaded on our phones. The music in that movie is great. Unlike most kids movies, it doesn’t bother me at all to watch it multiple times a day… If you haven’t see it yet I would highly recommend watching it.
The weather in Colorado is so dry. My hands take a beating from all the washing due to diaper changes. To keep them soft I’ve been using Burt’s Bees Ultimate Care Hand Cream. It keeps my hands moisturized all day long and smells great.
I am in love with these Melissa and Doug puzzles. My 20 month old plays with them endlessly. Not only are they a great learning toy but they keep her busy. We have the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse puzzles because she’s obsessed with all things Mickey.
My six year old daughter is in love with Barbie again this month. She plays for hours in her room combining her Barbie’s and her Shopkins. She uses the Shopkins as the groceries for the Barbie. She’s using her imagination and I love and encourage that.
Last but not least is my eleven year old daughter. She’s been making friendship bracelets. I have quite a collection of them and love each and every one of them. I bought her a kit that included the floss and instructions. She loves it!