Motherhood Stuffs

Monday, December 04, 2017

Watch Ya Mouth ThrowDown Edition Game

I was very excited that I was able to get the opportunity to receive and review the New and fun Watch Ya Mouth Game. It is for ages 8 and above that need 4 or more people play the game.

 I got the game in the mail faster and the shipment was amazing. I don’t see any signs of damage that I was able to open and examine further what is the sequence of the game right away.

All the parts of the game are complete, except for the challenges that needs to be done. You need to make sure that you will have cups, tissues, papers and more to perform that test. As for our familiarity, we didn’t know about the challenges until we actually started the amusement, pulled the Throwdown cards and played the game. And every Throwdown has to stop and get the things that is needed for the challenge.

The instructions are a little bit confusing because there weren’t enough details or specific rules to make and even though that it was stated on the manual, players need to come up with their decisions about the challenge.

It was really enjoyable, my 7 years old understands each instruction and you truly drool because of the mouthpiece. It was fascinating, and each challenge also ends quickly. Depends on how the players cooperate. There are phrases are amusing to say and there were hard and easy to verbalize. It’s hilarious too when you have on the mouthpiece. Although, at first it is uncomfortable to wear, yet, in the long run you will get used to it.

We only have 4 rounds because we did have one player who actually get more Throwdown cards. And that was the end of the game. It takes an hour or so to take part in the whole game, especially when you don’t have all the things that you need for the challenge. Other than that, this is one family game to have.

Definitely, will play this game again and this time. I will be able to gather all the things needed for the match. This is perfect for a Holiday Gift idea to give to those family or friends who loves games. 

Thursday, November 09, 2017

A new and fun game to try soon...

Holiday is coming fast and families will get together once again. I'd like to have some fun games with my family during this time of the year. Not only during Holidays but also during our children's School Break. This would keep them from having fun at home and something to do.

I have the opportunity to received this product in the mail and I can't wait to try this along with my family. Definitely be back here for a short video while we play the game for you to see how fun this could be.

Watch Ya' Mouth Throwdown Edition is the evolution of the original, wildly popular, hilarious Watch Ya' Mouth game. Rather than just speak phrases, players now go head-to-head with hilarious and challenging tasks - while wearing mouthpieces. Throwdown Edition takes competition - and laughter - to the next level and builds on the multigenerational gaming phenomena.

Throwdown Edition has already been Awarded Top Holiday Toy of 2017 by Toy Insider & selected for the 2017 Amazon Holiday Toy List.

Want a hilarious family game to play during the Holidays? Your search is over. 15% off Coupon Code: 15THROWDOWN

Sunday, November 05, 2017

How to Be Prepared as a Hockey Parent - Protecting Your Child from Injuries

As a parent, you want to do all you can to encourage your child to live a healthy and active lifestyle. This often means joining a sport where they can have all the physical health benefits and the social benefits at once. If that is a sport of choice happens to be hockey then parents tend to have at least a moment of worry. With hockey being such a fast-paced and physical sport, injuries can often happen. A typical bruise or bump is nothing to be concerned about, but, unfortunately, with hockey, the injuries can be much more serious.

So, how can you as a parent, be prepared and help to prevent serious injuries from occurring, while allowing your child to enjoy the game to its fullest? Here are some tips that can be used in preventing hockey injuries.

Protect Against Ankle Sprains

When it comes to common injuries, ankle sprains are among the top contenders with hockey players. Because this happens when your ankle rolls outwards, it makes sense that hockey can cause such an injury. Ankle sprains are often very painful and may even be a broken ankle, not just a sprain. It's best to get checked immediately, get rest, ice it, compress it, and elevate it.

To help prevent an ankle injury, make sure your child is wearing skates that offer optimal support for the ankle. Athletic tape around the ankle can help, but it won't prevent injury.

Protect Against ACL/PCL Injuries

This is another painful and often common injury on the rink. These are the ligaments that are used to extend, flex, and stabilize your knee. Because hockey is such an aggressive contact sport, it's not unusual to take hits to the knee. It can even be the player's own fault if they turn quickly while leaving their foot planted in one spot.

To help prevent these injuries, the rules must be followed so thatplayers aren't purposely hurting others, and you can teach your child about proper skating skills and making sure they understand how easily a knee injury can occur.

Protect Against Whiplash

Yes, this is the same whiplash that can occur in a car accident. If your child has come to a complete stop and they are suddenly bumped or pushed in a jarring motion, it can cause whiplash. Whiplash can vary in severity and should never be taken lightly. If you suspect they have it, they should be checked out right away.

Again, encouraging the rules of conduct to be followed will help to eliminate the odds of getting whiplash.

Protect Against Bruises

This is the mildest of injuries on the list, but that's not to say it shouldn't be taken seriously. Everyone gets bruises, but in such an aggressive sport as hockey, it can actually lead to a rather significant bruise. If there is a lot of swelling that isn't going away, it's very red and painful then it's best to see a doctor. There could be another injury involved, such as a broken bone. Proper protective padding and equipment can help to cut down on a number of bruises.