Disclaimer: I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for the Staten Island Yankees. I received tickets for the game as well as food vouchers to facilitate my review to thank me for my participation.
Let’s get this out of the way: I am not, nor has any member of my immediate family ever been, a sports fan. I didn’t grow up in a team sports-loving and, for better or worse, I’m not raising my kids in one.
That said, going to a ballgame is an adventure that I would hate for my kids to miss out on–the food, the fans and the overall atmosphere are something that every kid should experience at least once.
It seems like the summer just started and it’s already time to get ready for back to school. Craziness.
To make your life a little easier (and definitely more fun!) a bunch of amazing parenting bloggers have gotten together to create this giveaway for you–you’ve got a little bit of everything from some great brands: gear, labels, snacks and some tunes to get you through it all.
It’s time to get ready to head back to school and a group
of us got together to share some of our favorite products that make the
1st day a little easier for both the parents and the students.
**Disclaimer: I received tickets in exchange for sharing this information. All opinions are my own.”
“you say I only hear what I want to.
you say I talk so all the time so…”
Since I heard that Lisa Loeb was going to be in concert in NY, I have had the lyrics to her 1994 hit single Stay (I Missed You) from the Reality Bites soundtrack going over and over in my head…
I was in high school when the movie came out, and, while I can’t remember much about the movie except that Winona Ryder and was in it, I definitely remember that song. (It’s all coming back to me, now I’ve got to rent that movie!)
**Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post. All opinions are my own.**
Have you ever heard of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)?
Despite the fact that I am virtually obsessed with buying only organic produce and dairy products for my family, I didn’t know that this act hasn’t been updated since it was first passed in 1976.
Take a minute for that to sink in. Nineteen Seventy Six.
Try to think about how many ways our world has been changed for better and for worse since then. It wasn’t until the 1980’s that there were disposable contact lenses, compact discs or personal computers. You think maybe a few bazillion new toxic chemicals have been introduced into our world in that time, as well?!