Traveling is a great way to unwind and experience new things. But the problem, in many instances, is deciding what places to visit and this is especially true when visiting a new place known for its vast array of attractions. In the United States, the best example of this is the state of California and one book that wants to help you see the best the state has to offer is Frommer’s California Day by Day, a travel guide to the Golden State.
To help make it easier to decide what to visit, Frommer’s presents California Day by Day, a travel guide about all things California. With this guide, a tourist can go directly to an area of interest and find the best places to visit. The attractions can be most anything, from the natural to the man- made, and the guide also includes recommendations on restaurants, lodging, and other things to make your trip the best it can be.
Frommer’s California Day by Day is continue reading . . .Traveling to California? Let Frommer’s be Your Guide
Baby Alive has been around for more than three decades and while the concept is still about the same as it was in the early days, the doll has evolved and branched out. Today, Baby Alive still eats food- a quality that made her unique among dolls when first released- and she still drinks from her bottle, but the manufacturer has expanded the product line to include more Baby Alive dolls than ever before.
As expected, my girls took to their new doll right away and the first thing that wanted to do was mix the food and feed it to the baby. The doll comes with two packets of food so we were able to mix and prepare it quickly. A little bit of water and some quick stirring is all it takes. The food is then spoon fed into Baby Alive’s mouth where she does her best to consume it. Her mouth makes some movement, but not much and the only reason she is able to “eat” is because the food itself is so runny. That, and the fact that kids will immediately give the baby water from a bottle, ensures that the food gets thinned out as it enters the dolls insides. And what happens to it then? Yep, it comes out the other end and lands in the diaper, which then must be changed.
Continue reading My Baby Alive will Eat You Out of House and Home to find out what the parents think of “Baby Alive.”
What is The Juppy?
I was trying to explain this to a friend on the telephone last night. It’s a walker that is so much better than any other walker I’ve seen or experienced (and my oldest is 23 and I used to run a daycare!). The best way to describe it is to just show it to you.
You simply slide your child’s legs through the softly cushioned leg holes and use the straps to safely help your crawler move to cruiser.
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