Tuesday, October 30, 2012

The Juppy Baby Review & Giveaway

In case you are wondering, What is The Juppy Baby Walker?

The Juppy is ergonomically designed to teach your child to walk while eliminating your need to bend over. It is an all natural and safe way to teach your child to walk. The Juppy requires no assembly, it is made of 100% cotton and it will fit in your purse!

How will The Juppy Baby Walker help you?

The Juppy will teach your baby balance and build confidence while eliminating your fear about accidents that cause injuries associated with traditional baby walkers. The Juppy also will save you from experiencing lower back pain while teaching your baby to walk.

The Juppy seems like such a simple piece, yet it's such a great idea! Using a Juppy while teaching your baby to walk is so much easier-and so much safer. When I first saw this, I was like I have to try this for my daughter, she has a regular walker and its hard for her to push and walk at the same time. As you see below she is loving this!

I like the size/carry-along of the Juppy, I can carry this to church or wherever I go.  The Juppy fits right into my purse and diaper bag without any trouble 

The Juppy only cost $29.95!

To learn more about the Juppy, or to order, please visit the Juppy website. You can also stay up-to-date on any news or sales by "liking" Juppy on Facebook or followJuppy on Twitter. Or, check out Juppy on Pinterest, or read the Juppy blog!

One of my readers will receive a Personalized Juppy!! (1 word only)

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I was provided with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product. Regardless I only recommend items I personally use and that would benefit my readers.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Sunday Sewing Project: Baby Car Seat Cover

Ok, so its cold outside and your 11 month old has grown and the car seat cover that you have is too small to cover her up in her seat. So what do you do? You don't want to buy another car seat cover and have it still small for her, do you?  Well, my husband and I decide to make a car seat cover. He did the designing and the pattern and I did the picking of the material and the sewing.

So you ask how do I sew a car seat cover? This is a fun and quick project to make, it took about 1 1/2 hour  to make.

Supplies you will need is:

1 1/4 quilt type material
1 1/4 fleece or any cotton fabric
Sewing Machine

Here is my fabric choice, I had started this project and in the middle I decide to take photos.

 Brown quilt type material

 Butterflies/flowers fleece

First lay your quilt material fabric on a flat cutting surface and measure out the size you need. Than you'll cut it 30" by 40".

We lay the quilt fabric on top of the fleece fabric (the bright side facing in) and cut it. I pin the fabrics together and I'm ready to sew. I sew around the main part of the cover leaving an opening at the top to turn it right side out. I find it very helpful to sew with the fleece fabric on the bottom.

After you sew it turn it right side out through the opening you left. I sew around the fabric again, making an insert for the elastic band. One we finish sewing that, we use a safety pin to run the elastic through.

Here is the finish results! You can either sides to cover the baby with! I hope you enjoy making yours, cause I sure did.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012


Welcome to my blog: bestmommyworld.blogspot.com!  Do you know the song: He's got the whole world, in is hands? Well, the reason I name this blog bestmommyworld is my children, "your my best mommy in the whole wide world!" I love that! I always respond, "your one of my best child in the whole wide world!"

This blog will be basically about my daily life with my children, the good, the bad, and the ugly. How I raise them, arts and craft, cook, and our relationship with God.

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Friday, October 5, 2012

Review Premama Prenatal Vitamin Drink

I dislike take my prenatal vitamin pills due to the fact that they are big. I don’t look forward to them, I dread taking them, and I spend the day thinking should I take them. I also try the chewables and still dislike them. I take them because I have to, because it is the best thing for the health of my baby and I.

Learn more about Premama prenatal drink mixI received Premama’s Prenatal Vitamin Drink to review at a time when I was thinking of stopping my prenatal vitamins (not good). I receive an email from MomSelect to review the Premama Prenatal Vitamin Drink and I couldn't resist the offer. Since it was a drink with DHA, I decide to try it.

Easy-To-Take Prenatal Supplement PowderSimilar to the stir-in individual drink options, Premama comes in individual packets for each day.  No need to measure the amount you need to put in.  Make yourself a glass of juice, cut the top of the package, pour in, and stir. I mixed mine in a variety of juices (grape, fruit punch, etc).

Please visit Premama to receive product samples or more information on this amazing alternative to taking your prenatal vitamins.
I am not a doctor, a nurse, or a medical professional in any way and strongly encourage you to consult your own doctor before making your decision.

Key ingredients include

  • Biotin: May help support embryo growth*1
  • B Vitamins: Help provide energy* 
  • DHA Omega-3 fatty acid: Suggested to support fetal cognitive development and protection against postpartum depression*2,3
  • Vitamin D3: Supports mom and baby's bone health*
  • Proprietary Iron blend: Can help lower the risk of preterm birth and low birth-weight; gentle on the system*4
  • Coenzyme Q10: May help protect against preeclampsia during pregnancy*5
  • Choline: Used, along with folic acid, to help further protect against neural tube defects*6
  • Ginger Root: Helps with nausea relief*7
  • Folic Acid: Clinically proven to reduce the risk of some birth defects by up to 70%*8,9

*DisclaimerI was given complimentary Premama vitamins for the purpose of facilitating my review. No monetary compensation was given. All opinions expressed herein are unbiased and not influenced by the developing company or its affiliates in any way.*