Motherhood Stuffs

Friday, October 24, 2014

Gain confidence while breastfeeding in public #ProductReview #BohoMamaBreastfeedingWrap

This product is what I truly need after giving birth. Since I am SAHM, I would prefer to give our unborn child a full breast milk rather than giving him formula. We all know that there is a big part of a child's health when a mother choose to breastfeed their infant up to 2 years. And that's my goal, since I have never done that with our first.
 
one way to wear the wrap...

It would also be awkward if I breastfeed the baby outside our home, so I need a better breastfeeding wrap that would secure and cover everything that would make me feel confident, this even works even when I'm in public and it's time to feed the hungry infant. 

About the Boho Mama Breastfeeding Wrap I would say that fabric is soft, it is lighter than I expected, breathable fabric to make sure that when the baby is feeding it's not heavy when it's on top of the baby. I love the fashionable style too, I would say the one who creates this gives each mother the desire they want and looking for a breastfeeding wrap. I can feed our baby with confidence and stylish, a versatile shawl that would make me feel enhanced. This wrap can be worn in any way you want, you can be more creative and trendy for pregnancy, nursing and beyond. I knew women who soon have little ones would certainly propose this product to acquire. Surely they will enjoy the benefits of the product as well as being more confident in breastfeeding outside home.
 
You can purchase the product through Amazon for only $59.99. Like I mentioned this is also a great holiday gift for expectant mothers.

Wait! The product is currently on promotion of 52.5% off the full retail price until the end of October or until current stocks run out, which gives the promotional price of $37.90. Simply obtained the product by using the coupon code CHW2CWMW at the checkout.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Giveaway Prize

An overdue post to share here from the Giveaway I won at Jhady's world blog. I longed for this to try for some time and I've done everything I could but no luck. Until one day, I never hesitated to join Jhady's World giveaway and fortunate enough to win the whole sorted Almondina.


I was really excited and when it came in the mail, I was blessed enough to try their sorted flavor and Jhady is right, they are healthy and very good for snacks too. Shared it with my husband and MIL and son, and seems everyone agrees with my opinion. 

Friday, October 17, 2014

Interior Lighting 101: Best Lights For Your Rooms

Unless you’ve eaten a lot of carrots to get a perfect night vision, the lighting in your new home or renovation will be an important element to consider. There’s a wide range of lighting options available, so it can be difficult to determine which solution looks great and suits the needs of the space.

When comparing lighting options, it’s a great idea to see the options in context. Many lighting suppliers like Vinci Living have stylish showrooms that demonstrate their entire range in action, making it much easier to determine which products are right for your home. This article provides a general overview of the range of lights available and which rooms they're suited to so you’re better prepared for your trip to the showroom.


Kitchen
Good lighting is really important in the kitchen. You don’t want to risk the tips of your fingers by slicing and dicing in the dark. Consider the layout of your kitchen. If you do most of your preparation on an island in the middle of the kitchen, an oyster light in the center of the room might be a good option. If you’re working on benches around the perimeter, though a centered oyster light will just cast your shadow over the work area, illuminating everything but what you’re working on. With perimeter benches, use banks of downlights or pendant lights directly above the workspaces.

Dining Areas
The majority of entertaining takes place in the dining room, with friends and family gathering around the table for sumptuous meals and stimulating conversation. Dining areas are great rooms to make a statement, so consider installing an attention-demanding chandelier. There are a wide variety of styles available, from modern revisions of the traditional cluster of crystals to modish, geometric designs in wood or concrete. Don’t be put off if you have low ceilings; most modern chandeliers are designed with adjustable hanging lengths.

Living Areas
Take some time to consider the sort of activities that you and your family perform in your living room. If you’re a big reader, you’ll need bright, even lighting so you don’t stress your eyes. Brightness probably aren’t as important if you spend a lot of time watching movies or television in cinema-like darkness. For ultimate flexibility, use a range of spotlights and downlights connected to a dimming system. Alternatively, use downlights and spotlights for high levels of light and rely on one or two strategically placed lamps for moodier illumination.

Bedrooms
Do you want a bright light shining straight down into your eyes when you lie in your bed? That’s hardly relaxing. In the bedroom, use an array of wall lights or multi-directional spotlights that illuminate the room by bouncing light off the walls. These lights will diffuse enough light for reading, applying makeup and selecting outfits, without burning holes in the back of your retina when you’re lying on the bed.

Bathrooms
Most lighting designers use two lighting options in the bathroom. A fluorescent or LED oyster light in the center of the bathroom is adequate for general purposes. It’s also important to include brighter, more focused lighting solution like spotlights or downlights directly above the mirror so you can clearly see every pore and every hair when grooming! 

To get the best outcome when designing the lighting in your home, you’re likely going to use a mix of oyster lights, downlights, spotlights, pendants, wall lights, chandeliers and lamps. Consider the function of each room to determine which option or combination of options will provide the best results.