Daily Freebies May 24, 2008



May 24, 2008 – 11:54 AM - | Posted in Canadian Freebies, daily freebies, free stuff, freebies, USA Freebies | Comments Off

Curls Curls Curls….


Curls, Curls, Curls. We have a lot of curls in this house. My daughters both have curly hair, even my husband. We’re always struggling to find the perfect product for each person’s hair in this house since everyones hair is very different from the other.

With my girls being biracial its a difficult task to find the perfect product to match their hair texture, but I think one company has done it. Curls.

We’ve tried a lot of brands of hair care products, and it seems like all the really good products cost an arm and a leg and we just can’t afford to spend major amounts of money each month on shampoo/conditioner all the time, especially for the girls.

Curls provides a complete line of hair care products designed specifically for curly hair. Their line is created for multiracial, multiethnic and biracial women and girls with naturally curly hair.

I found a line from Curls that is affordable and works wonders on both my kids. Curly Q’s line by Curls is just the right product for Lyric and we’ve used some of it on Aria as well, who doesn’t have as much hair or as many curls as Lyric does and it worked great for both of them.

Curly Q’s isn’t too heavy or greasy which we find we have a lot of issues with when it comes to products for the girls. It provides their hair with lots of moisture, cures the dryness that they tend to have a lot of if we don’t’ use the right product, and the definition it gives to the girls curls is amazing. Lyric now asks for these products by name now when its time to get her hair done. “Mommy I’ll go get my Curly Q’s” she says.

Curly Q’s was made for kids who have curly hair, naturally curly, kinky-curly, wavy, and natural-afro hair. It is formulated with natural humectants, organic moisturizers, and curl enhancers. They have many products for this line so check them out.

We were also able to try the It’s A Curl line for babies. These products include Peek-A-Boo Tearless Shampoo, Patty Cake Conditioner, and Ring around the girls leave in cre’me.

I am just in love with these products for Aria, they also work very well on Lyric’s hair as well. Aria doesn’t have the same texture or curls that Lyric does, so they always need seperate products, and while they work for both of the girls, I found they worked even better for Aria’s hair. The line is affordable and well worth the money. Aria’s hair is so soft and manageable after we’ve used these products, its just amazing the transformation it does on her hair.

It’s A Curl is also all organic and gentle on those sensitive scalps.

Curls has products for the entire family, so if your a family like ours and have lots of curls in the house, this is the website you want to be checking out for your hair care products. We’ll be back to buy more for our household.

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May 24, 2008 – 10:29 AM - | Posted in baby shampoo, biracial hair care products, childrens product reviews, curls, curly q's, it's a curl, Product review | Comments Off

Give them some responsibility



It’s great to give my girls some of their own responsibilities, even if they don’t listen to what they’re supposed to do all the time. However, I do realize, once I have a chart and some stickers for some reason it does wonders with these kids.

I was introduced to Creative Changes who have some great products including a Rewarding Kids Responsibility Chart. I thought this was a great idea and thought this is really something my girls could get into, and something we could get into as a family. The Responsibility Chart is a fun and effective way to teach responsibility.

Whether you need to get those attitudes in check, get those kids helping out or just figuring out who has what chores when, Creative Changes Responsibility Chart will give you that help you need.

Once the Responsibility Chart is delivered it comes ready to use. The Chart is reusable and has write on, wipe off surfaces, static clink stickers and also includes magnets. The cart can be put directly on your refrigerator, as they are magnetized, and you and your family can be reminded each day what their responsibilities are.

Included in the Responsibility Kit is:

  • A Creative Organizer Chart with a phone message area and tear away shopping list
  • A Family Job Chart
  • 2 Child’s Job Charts
  • 2 Create-A-Charts
  • A Teaching Children Responsibility Workbook with 15 pages of work charts, job cards, system cards, checklists, incentives and rewards, ideas for organizing bedrooms and more.
  • Magnets
  • Static Cling Reusable Rainbow Stickers
  • 16 Job Stickers
  • Wipe-Off Crayons
  • Marker Holder

This kit is just great, and like I said, it works for the entire family, not just the kids. So your children can see just how ‘responsible’ you are for things around the house too, I think it gives them a little more initiative to see Mom and Dad on the chart as well.

The Responsibility Kit retails on Creative Changes for $24.95

Creative Changes also has many other different charts and kits that might be useful for your family. All of them are easy to use and reusable.

Right now, Creative Changes has a great offer for the readers of A Wrestling Addicted Mommy’s Blog who wish to purchase a product from their site.

They are offering 6 total sets of stickers–One to each of the first 6 readers of A Wrestling Addicted Mommy’s Blog who order. All you have to do once a product is ordered is let them know that they were referred by A Wrestling Addicted Mommy’s Blog and they will include the extra sticker set in the first 6 orders referred from here.

We really enjoy our Responsibility Chart, check out Creative Changes and get one of your own for your family.

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May 23, 2008 – 9:25 PM - | Posted in childrens product reviews, Creative Changes, Product review, Responsibility Kit | 1 Comment »

BareBabies


Looking for a great online store that has so many things to pamper that little one? Look no further than BareBabies.

BareBabies is a store that believes its never to early to go ahead and pamper. They have an array of products from the “hottest’ names in the juvenile goods industry.

BareBabies wants to pamper moms and babies everywhere. It’s your one stop shop that offers everything from baby gear including strollers, high chairs, bouncers and walkers, car seats, and carriers. They even offer bikes, trikes and vehicles. You can shop for furniture and bedding. BareBabies has almost every baby essential imagined including breastfeeding and bottle needs, toys, diapers and diaper bags, and so much more.

Visit www.barebabies.com to find the best of the best products for both mom and baby!

BareBabies has offered A Wrestling Addicted Mommy’s Blog readers a discount code for 5% off any order from BareBabies.com. Use discount code: bb5offnow to receive 5% off your next order.

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May 23, 2008 – 1:51 PM - | Posted in barebabies, specials and discounts | Comments Off

Free Ticket Exchange: Buy and Sell Tickets


Real Fans. No Fees.

How great is this?? Free Ticket Exchange is a place where fans with a shared interest (sports, music etc.) can meet, stay informed and also buy and sell event tickets with one another.

By using Free Ticket Exchange to buy or sell tickets, you can avoid high fees, choose who you’d like to buy or sell to/from, name your own price for your tickets, and build lasting friendships with people with the same interests.

How does Free Ticket Exchange Work?

Say I’m looking for WWE SummerSlam tickets. Joe has 2 tickets to the event and decides he can no longer attend it, so he wants to sell them, but not just to anyone. He posts his tickets on Free Ticket Exchange where he can pick and choose the fan he wants to sell them to. There is no cost to Joe for selling those tickets.

As I am also a wrestling fan, I may be in Joe’s Fan Network, I see that Joe has tickets to the SummerSlam event that I wish to go to, I can now make an offer on his tickets.

Joe has gotten several offers from interested fans for this event, but after reviewing my profile, he realizes that I’m a very passionate fan when it comes to WWE.

Joe contacts me, and accepts my offer and then works out delivery arrangements using the Free Ticket Exchange network, he immediately receives his payment in tokens (which you can buy and are equivalent to $1 USD each). He can then use his tokens to purchase tickets to a new or different event.

The cycle continues.

It’s a simple concept, and the Free Ticket Exchange website is very easy to navigate and user friendly.

Check out the Free Ticket Exchange website and see about buying or selling tickets to your favorite event in the future.

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May 23, 2008 – 12:33 PM - | Posted in Free Ticket Exchange, pay per post | Comments Off
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