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Team Umizoomi - Meet Shark Car

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The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I have to admit that we really love Team Umizoomi in this house!  The only problem I have is that we didn't learn about this show until Broxton was  getting too old for it.  I love that he will still watch and yell the answers out to the questions, but I know the time is limited until he thinks he is too grown to watch this kid show!  (Lucky for us, we have another one on the way, so she will be able to learn from these DVD's soon enough!)  Team Umizoomi teaches all about math and the great thing is his teacher says he does really well in math and wanted to know if we worked on it a lot at home!!! Milli, Geo and Bot are back with all-new friends and adventures in the brand-new DVD, Team Umizoomi: Meet Shark Car. Presc…

Fun Hours Ahead with @InRoadToys Play Tape

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The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation. We have been lucky to review the road tape from In Road Toys in the past.  The great thing is that they offer so much more than just a plain, boring tape!  You can choose from their tape that is "Classic Road" in colors such as Black, Red, Orange and Purple.  It gets better though... You can also choose between Railroad Tape, Trolley Tape and even over grown railroad tape!!!  
We decided to go with Purple Road Tape (*remember, he likes LSU too) and since he has always loved trains, we went with the train tape too! As soon as it arrived, he was excited to play with it, as it is easy for him to put down and play with. Not to mention the fact that it lays flat on the ground, so he doesn't have to clean it up when …

Let's ALL Have a Bright Future - #ReimagineThat @UnileverUSA #ad

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The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation. What do you do with your shampoo and conditioner bottles when you are finished with them?  In our house, Broxton turns them into magic potion bottles for a few days and then they magically disappear to the trash can when he is at school one day.  I know, I know... I should recycle them, but let me tell you...  growing up, the only thing that was recycled around our area was cans...  then, when I moved into an apartment, I tried ( I really, really did!) to do the whole recycling thing, but it just never worked...   I received an email the other day that put a different look on things, so guess what... We are going to try it again.  I think it might be easier now that we have a house (more room to try and recycle.)  Check out …