Mommy Must Haves: Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus

*disclosure: I was provided samples for review. All opinions are my own.

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I am leaving for a blogger conference in NY.  Since I commute the 90 minutes, I don’t have a hotel.  My outfits end up in a big purse in case I have to change for a nighttime event. These occasions call for Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus(aka the Wonderbottle).  The whole school year I used this line for my kid’s uniforms.

There are over 101 uses for Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus.  The travel size bottle retails for $1.99, making it an affordable Mommy Must Have.

 

 

 

Blogger Bash Coffee Talk

Blogger

1.My name is  Karon

2. I am from Pennsylvania

3.I have been blogging for  10 years

4. What does the name of my blog mean? I blog about Mama’s Cool things-trends for moms and kids.

5. The person I am most excited to meet at BBNY Renee from MobWives

6. 3 words to describe me-Outgoing, Adventurous, Fun

7. I have 2 daughters.

8.My number 1 pet peeve is inconsiderate people.

9. I would love to have dinner with Tyler Perry.  He seems very entertaining.

10. This is me.  nomakeup

Keep Momming

“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Shire. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.”

 

 

As an actress, a public health advocate and former journalist, Holly Robinson Peete has seen it all. And as a mother of four, she’s encountered just about every parenting challenge you can imagine. One of her biggest challenges as mom is building and maintaining a close relationship with her teenage daughter, Ryan.

 

 

 

The mother-daughter relationship is a unique one, and that dynamic can be even trickier during the tween years. Yet sometimes, people dismiss certain behaviors as “typical tween girl behavior” when those behaviors can be symptoms of something more serious. Research suggests that girls are more likely than boys to report having mostly inattentive Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms. Since inattentive symptoms can be less noticeable than hyperactive and impulsive symptoms, it is important that moms know what to look for.

 

 

 

I’m proud to be joining forces with Shire, CHADD and Holly Robinson Peete to announce the launch of keep momming, a new public service initiative geared towards the moms of tween girls to raise awareness of ADHD.

 

 

 

The campaign is anchored within a new digital hub, KeepMomming.com, where you’ll find tips, tools and other go-to resources for moms, including a checklist to help recognize the symptoms of ADHD – inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity – and then encourages moms to talk to their daughter’s doctor. The keep momming initiative can help moms learn about ADHD and provide ideas on how to spark a conversation and stay connected with their tween.

 

 

 

Don’t miss Holly’s message about the keep momming initiativehttp://goo.gl/Uayao5, and be sure to check out the website