Friday, August 15, 2014

Friday Faves Oldies But Goodies IX

    

            I notice that many of you have children at different ages, or are even grandparents caring for children of all different ages. Plus, you may not have read some of my previous posts. Please note most of my posts are in the above tabs of About This Blog (basically our story as a family), The Mom Area (inspirational and informative tips and tricks), Epilepsy Awareness (My personal battle with Epilepsy and stories of others, as well as information), Party ThemesRecipes (from appetizers to baby food, check out all my yummies), Reviews (we review everything from places, technology, beauty, fashion, and of course baby and toddler items), Sponsor Information (if you are considering being a sponsor of Next Generation Stay At Home Mom) and Contact (if you want to shoot me an email for whatever reason, all are welcome, so are comments on the blog and social media). You can find other posts by searching or looking through the months and years. However, I thought it would be much easier for you to highlight stories and items every Friday so here you go! I hope you enjoy and all have a great weekend!


      I just wanted to make sure I thank each and every one of you for voting for us this past week. As of right now our little blog is in 3rd place!!! Keep up the voting. Remember you can vote once a day everyday for a month. I apologize for bombarding you with "please vote", but in the blogging world this is a huge deal for our little blog to even be nominated and it can help make this more than just inspiration it can turn inspiration into a dream. A dream that our little family can live off of what we love doing the best. So I encourage you to keep on voting and sharing with your friends. Remember we are #28 on the list and you have to click the heart in the upper right corner of the picture for votes to count and you can vote once a day. Thank you so much for giving us so much love! Here are some great Friday Faves Oldies but Goodies for you including a good majority of my favorite posts that I wrote, products that we love and still use and eat! I hope you enjoy them as much as we do and I wish you all a wonderfully fun weekend filled with love and laughter!




FRIDAY FAVES OLDIES BUT GOODIES IX

Know the facts of
The 411 On Secondary Drowning
Baby CPR Step By Step Approach

Be Inspired by
The Sound of LOL

Enjoy an
Artichoke, Spinach and Red Pepper Grilled Cheese

Use the left over spinach in this yummy recipe
Asiago Cheese Pasta With Spinach and Tomatoes

Splurge on some
Lemon White Chocolate Poundcake

Keep those allergies away with
NoseFrida SnotSucker

Record precious moments on
JVC Wi-Fi HD Flash Memory Camcorder

 





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Thursday, August 14, 2014

The Magical Kiss and Blow Method





     Once you find that your little one has turned into a running, jumping, scrambling, tantrum throwing, climbing on everything toddler you are going to have a lot of bumps and bruises headed your way. Not all bumps and bruises need to be attended to. In fact sometimes the worse they sound the better off your toddler is. However, it is inevitable that sooner or later your toddler will come up to you with a bumped head, arm, leg, you name it and will want some sort of solace. There may not even be a red spot and you may not even be able to tell anything happened. However, we all know that although we may have just bumped our head we are fine, but a toddler does not know that,  so they come to you for solace.
       For generations when a child fell and hurt them self and it was not bad enough for a cry, but it was bad enough that they could not shake it off and had to come to you for solace, moms and dads used the old method of making it better with a kiss. Did you know that there actually is some science to this? The sensation of the kiss distracts from the pain. Do you know what is even better than a kiss? A kiss and a light blow on the affected area. Believe it or not the mixture of the kiss and light blow make for two different sensations making your child completely distracted from the pain and you do not have much to do except offer some cuddles.
      We have gotten to the point now Xavier bumps his knee walks over to me and asks for a kiss and blow I do it and he is off running onto his next adventure. In fact the other day it was so adorable as he crashed two cars into each other purposely and then he kissed them each and blew on them to make them feel better. We have tremendous success with the kiss and blow method at our house I hope it works as well for you too!



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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Giveaway & Review: Prenatal Oxylent

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       Even though I am not pregnant or nursing I still actually take my prenatal vitamins. First of all we had a ton left over from pregnancy and breastfeeding and secondly I find that now especially chasing after a toddler I could use the extra folic acid and iron that is in most prenatal vitamins. I had frequent nausea when I was pregnant and had a hard time swallowing the enormous prenatal vitamins that you have to. So when I was offered the chance to try an effervescent prenatal vitamin drink as opposed to taking vitamins I jumped at the chance since I knew many pregnant and nursing women may have the same problem that I did.
        Prenatal Oxylent is a prenatal vitamin powder that you add to six ounces of water and stir. It is not gritty and you can even add ice to the drink. When I drink it it reminds me of something similar to a crystal light, but much healthier.



       The unique effervescent delivery system offers exceptional absorption of all the vital nutrients the body needs. Prenatal Oxylent is recommended by the American Pregnancy Association and has even received the Albion Gold Medallion Status Award that recognizes this product for excellence in mineral formulation. It has no sugar and is sweetened with pure Stevia. 
       Stevia is  made from the leaves of the stevia rebaudiana plant and is an artificial sweetener. It is sweeter than sugar, so less is needed to sweeten foods. It is safe to consume during pregnancy and may even help you to avoid gaining unnecessary weight. Of course only your doctor can determine how much artificial sweetener you should have so be sure to discuss it with your doctor before using especially if you are pregnant. ( Source: LiveStrong.com)
      Prenatal Oxylent has no sugar, no gluten, no dairy, no soy, no herbs, no caffeine is non GMO and has nothing artificial in it. It comes in a light cranberry raspberry flavor and each package contains 30 packets. Each packet contains 5.8 grams of powder in it. 



      After using this for a while. I do like it a lot. It is a nice refreshing way to get the vitamins that you need. I find it especially useful if I am not feeling well in the morning or am nauseous. My only problems with it is I am not fond of the taste of Stevia. I would have preferred just a touch of real sugar instead. Also, I do find this very expensive if you plan on having a packet a day which is equal to a prenatal vitamin. It is $36.95 for a package that comes with 30 packets so basically a month's supply. However, I think as a pregnant or nursing mom Prenatal Oxylent is great to have around in your cabinet so that you have the option of having it or the horse pill everyday. So Next Generation Stay At Home Mom gives Prenatal Oxylent 4 Stars!



Prenatal Oxylent is sold at most health food stores such as Whole Foods. You can find a store near you or order it online by their website www.Oxylent.com a package is $36.95 for 30 packets in the Sparkling Cranberry Raspberry Flavor.  You can also enter to win your own package in our giveaway! 

The giveaway starts today Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at 9:00 AM EST and ends
Monday, August 25, 2014 at 9:00 AM EST! Be sure to enter! 

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Stay Strong Mama





STAY STRONG MAMA
BY
RENEE ARBIA

Stay strong mama though you are tired and weary.
Stay strong mama though your body aches and you cannot think clearly.
Stay strong mama if not for yourself for your child.
Your struggles may seem tumultuous, but in the long run they are mild.
Even though your children may not eat the food you cook,
remember they have no idea how long it took.
Their little faces only know you were not by their side,
watching and playing with them through every stride.
Stay strong mama for you cannot always stay, 
but remember to make up for time with play.
Stay strong mama when stopping your child who may hit, kick or shove.
Show them through your discipline the power of love.
Stay strong mama as your child acts out and is smug.
Remember in a little while they will just need a kiss and a hug.

 
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Monday, August 11, 2014

Construction Sites and Toddlers

 


    I can say as a new parent it never occurred to me how much fun seeing a construction site is. Now that Xavier is 28 months old he is facing forward in his car seat. They are doing a lot of major construction on the main road to our house as they are adding a bypass to the city from our little suburbs.
     I am glad the bypass is going in and although it gets rid of so many beautiful, natural landscapes it is natural to make some room for progress. The construction makes us stop and wait and then drive slowly through one lane traffic everyday. It really is not that bad of a wait or bother. However, we had no idea just how exciting it is for Xavier to see.
      He is now ecstatic every time we get into the car. Then, as we approach the construction area he gets so excited about the cranes, bulldozers, excavators and all the fun construction vehicles that until now he has only seen in his books and on television.
      It is funny the things that children notice. It never ceases to amaze me how much adults take for granted. I may have seen thousands of cranes, bulldozers and construction vehicles in my life. There have been times when I was annoyed to see them because I was rushing through them to get somewhere. However, now I do not even mind waiting to watch my little man point and screech with excitement at watching the construction vehicles.
       One time one of the construction vehicles was actually in action on the side of the street and we were sitting waiting and he was having a ball. I thought he might jump out of his seat he was so excited. It just goes to show that children really do have the best ways of living. There is no such thing as bad experiences.
       So the next time you are stuck in traffic due to construction, try to look at it from a toddlers point of view. I guarantee it will at least make you laugh!

I hope you all have a great week! Thank you all for your continued support and love from the voting! Keep it up we are almost done!



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Friday, August 8, 2014

Giveaway & Review: VeggieTales Celery Night Fever

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      VeggieTales are a collection of shows and movies for young children. They basically have a bunch of vegetables dancing around and singing and showing different lessons. This BRAND NEW movie VeggieTales Celery Night Fever was just released this week, because the VeggieTales are making a come back to the television screen. You will be seeing more and more of their movies popping up in the next several months and Netflix will be streaming a new VeggieTales series.
       I was asked to review this movie with Xavier. Xavier loves anything that has music in it so I thought it would be a great fit, plus I admit I like the seventies outfits and the message they were trying to accomplish. I do not have much prior knowledge of VeggieTales as we have never watched them. I remember hearing their name and I believe when I was young and babysat I vaguely remember watching it with some children. However, now that Xavier was the correct age for it I thought for sure he would love a new, fun, musical movie.
       Celery Night Fever is about friendship and forgiveness. Basically Celery Park is being turned into a parking lot. The idea to save it is to bring a long-lost 70s band to play as a fund raiser for the park. It teaches that best friends should forgive each other and accept each others faults. It features six original songs.  The dvd is not rated and it runs approximately 45 minutes.
      I must say that all three of us sat down to watch this movie and it was very hard to get through not to mention trying out the special features. Let's just say it was a waste of our 45 minutes.  I am definitely not a fan of VeggieTales. I think perhaps they should leave some shows alone and create some new shows instead of trying to bring back the old ones. I am not even sure where to begin.
         First of all, the digital quality compared with the digital quality of most kids dvd's versus the price is not very good. Our Peppa Pig dvd has better graphics. The music was boring, and the story was even worse. Xavier did not like any of it and barely even played in the room that it was playing in. He was bored very quickly with it as were Nick and I but I insisted on watching it all to give a proper review.
         Not only is the digital and musical quality not up to standards of most kids dvds, but neither is the story line. Young children cannot understand a story about a band from the 70s getting together even though they are mad at each other. It is much too big of a concept for young minds to grasp. They do not understand a 30 year difference. They barely get a month's difference. Not to mention I thought it awful that the little carrot drops her friend asparagus over some silly thing. Of course, they learn forgiveness, but not until poor asparagus apologizes numerous times to carrot. In my opinion if a friend treats Xavier like that, that is not a friend and he should move on. I also found it odd that the only fundraiser the carrot could come up with was reuniting her grandfather's band? Sure, that is a concept most young kids come up with to save a park. (note: the added sarcasm here) Not to mention save a park???? Really? You could not come up with a better plot than that?
        Lastly, I am sorry to say I do not buy into the whole VeggieTales at all. A bunch of vegetables walking around does not make me see how it will make it easier to get my child to eat them. Won't Xavier be upset eating a carrot now? Plus, none of them have arms or legs, yet, they manage to play instruments? I also thought it a little much that at the end they even put the Bible verse that they were using for the entire movie. Really? You are pushing the Bible and vegetables? No wonder this movie is no fun and stinks.
      There are tons of great children's programming on television, public broadcasting (especially), internet, streaming and dvds. I would not add this to my collection. The only reason I understand if you buy this dvd is if you already have a little VeggieTale fan at home. I am a mom first and foremost and I do believe if your child truly likes VeggieTales than this is exactly for them.This dvd is no different than what the VeggieTales normally do (after doing my own research) and if your little one loves them you can  look forward to all the other new VeggieTale releases coming out soon.
       As for myself and my family we will be keeping our vegetables on our plates for now. Next Generation Stay At Home Mom gives this dvd 1 Star! That star is only for the IF YOUR CHILD LOVES VEGGIETALES THEY WILL LOVE THE MOVIE.



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Thursday, August 7, 2014

World Stop Spinning




     What is it with our children that gives them this huge pull over us? It is such a gravitational pull of pure unconditional love. It seems like everyday that I wake up Xavier has turned into a new person. Everyday it is something new that he says or does. The little "thank yous", the way he kisses you when he wakes you up, the way he asks for a "hug" and wraps his little arms tight around your neck and will not let you go.
     I am here with him everyday and yet I still cannot get enough of it. I just know that each precious moment is important. We may never have these exact moments ever again. So I always just wish for a second that the world would just STOP, and everything would pause and we could just stay in a moment and not lose a single second.



       Of course, that is what we do, we do not stop, we keep going, growing, and spreading as much love as we can. We do not stop the world from spinning we learn to spin with it. We learn to roll with the punches because for every bad bump there is a phenomenal one just around the corner.
            So let's keep spinning and spinning for I know that that pull that our children have over us? It is never gone, it never fades. Neither in life nor death. We will always feel their little souls with us for ever. Xavier has forever changed our life and I am so glad that he has become a part of ours. I look forward to all the adventures we still have together.



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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Review: Shandali Ultrasport Travel Towel

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         You may think that an Ultrasport Travel Towel may be an odd thing for a stay at home mom to review but if you are a parent you will probably understand why I wanted to try this. You see parents are constantly, picking up, drying off, wiping up, and cleaning off somebody or something. A small ultra absorbent towel that can fit into a diaper bag or large purse? Of course I would want to try it out. Try it out we did. To drying off at the beach, to drying off the dog, to wiping up spills, to washing it, to just towel drying after the shower we gave our Shandali a workout! 
    This towel does everything it says it does and more. It is rated #1 for Travel Towel, Sport Towel, Beach Towel and Microfiber Towel. It is bleed free, includes the hook, ultra-absorbent, quick-drying, extra compact and comes with a free 30 day 100% money back guarantee if you do not like it.



      There is not much explaining that you have to do other than this towel holds a great deal of wetness and is machine washable and dryer safe. We really could not find any problems with it. In fact it is one of my newest diaper bag essentials especially with a toddler who loves water and to splash in muddy puddles. I also found it extremely helpful to keep in the car. If you like to keep your car clean you may consider ordering a couple small ones just to keep in the car. If you go to the gym you will definitely want one for your gym bag, you can towel off in a second with it and it is so compact it does not take up much space in your bag.
      I did find the product slightly high priced considering it is a towel. However, if it is something that you will use than it is definitely worth the price. As it is very durable and should last you a very long time. The Shandali Ultrasport Travel Towel comes in three colors, Morning Sky (light blue), Pebble and Stone (gray) and River Blue (navy blue, also the one pictured that I received). Next Generation Stay At Home Mom gives The Shandali Ultrasport Travel Towel 5 Stars!





You can purchase your own Shandali Ultrasport Travel Towel from Amazon. The small size is $14.95 and the large size is $19.95, both sizes come in all three colors.



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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Etiquette, Empathy and Compassion



      Children always have a way of bringing the best out in people. Everyone at least acknowledges that children learn better by seeing than hearing. They learn faster to say "please and thank you" if you say it in your everyday language than if you just told them to always say it. So in the presence of children you usually get adults on their best behavior. People try not to swear, try not to fight, try to be respectful to each other. People try to "treat others the way you would like to be treated" at least in front of children.
       Only you, know what you, do when your children are not around. However, if you have children, I ask that you consider working on your etiquette for the sake of your children. Wouldn't it be a wonderful world when we are older if young people gave up seats on trains for the elderly, opened doors for woman with children, and helped those in need? That is what we need to do now. In order to show our children how to have etiquette, empathy and compassion, we have to exhibit it in our normal everyday lives.
        The best way to show your child etiquette, empathy and compassion is by offering it to them. Don't just say "clean up your toys" to your child say "Please, clean up your toys" and when they are done, thank them. Wouldn't you want the same respect? People forget that just because they are children it does not mean that they are lesser of a person than you are.
          Children do what they see so if you treat them as you want them to treat you, they will reciprocate. It is important to instill etiquette, empathy, and compassion into our next generation. Besides I have to admit since Xavier has randomly been saying "thank you" for things it is really nice to be thanked for a diaper change once in a while and I always remember to say "Your very welcome".


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Monday, August 4, 2014

Breastfeeding Awareness Month



     August is Breastfeeding Awareness month. Since we are very breastfeeding friendly here it only makes sense to honor it as much as we can. I no longer am breastfeeding Xavier. However, I wrote a few posts about it while I was and decided to give you some of the great information that you may need! So check them out! We are also doing a giveaway for a children's book about breastfeeding so don't forget to enter!




Post:
Everything You Need and Need to Know About Breastfeeding




Review: Ameda Purely Yours Breastpump
Review: MobyWrap


Best recipe for breastfeeding moms:
Banana Oatmeal Muffins



Post:
No More Boobie Juice



Review and Giveaway: Children's Book, Sally Weans From Breastfeeding


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Friday, August 1, 2014

Friday Faves Oldies But Goodies VIII

There once was a little baby boy named Xavier.
   
 
       I notice that many of you have children at different ages, or are even grandparents caring for children of all different ages. Plus, you may not have read some of my previous posts. Please note most of my posts are in the above tabs of About This Blog (basically our story as a family), The Mom Area (inspirational and informative tips and tricks), Epilepsy Awareness (My personal battle with Epilepsy and stories of others, as well as information), Party ThemesRecipes (from appetizers to baby food, check out all my yummies), Reviews (we review everything from places, technology, beauty, fashion, and of course baby and toddler items), Sponsor Information (if you are considering being a sponsor of Next Generation Stay At Home Mom) and Contact (if you want to shoot me an email for whatever reason, all are welcome, so are comments on the blog and social media). You can find other posts by searching or looking through the months and years. However, I thought it would be much easier for you to highlight stories and items every Friday so here you go! I hope you enjoy and all have a great weekend!


      I just wanted to make sure I thank each and every one of you for voting for us this past week. As of right now our little blog is in 3rd place!!! Keep up the voting. Remember you can vote once a day everyday for a month. I apologize for bombarding you with "please vote", but in the blogging world this is a huge deal for our little blog to even be nominated and it can help make this more than just inspiration it can turn inspiration into a dream. A dream that our little family can live off of what we love doing the best. So I encourage you to keep on voting and sharing with your friends. Remember we are #28 on the list and you have to click the heart in the upper right corner of the picture for votes to count and you can vote once a day. Thank you so much for giving us so much love! Here are some great Friday Faves Oldies but Goodies for you including a good majority of my favorite posts that I wrote, products that we love and still use and eat! I hope you enjoy them as much as we do and I wish you all a wonderfully fun weekend filled with love and laughter!


FRIDAY FAVES OLDIES BUT GOODIES VIII

Make your baby homemade
Barley Cereal

Have a healthy meal of
Black Bean and Kale Quesadillas

Learn the importance of
Sleep Routines

Check Out
The 5 Worst Baby/Toddler Items

Enjoy a refreshing
Cherry Chocolate Martini

Be Inspired by
To My Grown Up Son







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