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  1. Karen&Rene


    We use Hyland's teething tablets, ice cubes in those netting things, but the thing that works the best is that toothbrush that was already mentioned. My baby is super picky... She refuses bottles, pacifiers, and most teethers, but she LOVES that toothbrush! She'll chew on it for 10-15 minutes at a time.
  2. Citrus Lane is a monthly subscription service that sends you boxes of goodies tailored to your little one (up to age 3). I am a stay at home mom, and I'll admit I get excited when the box arrives each month. Each box has a theme such as "back to school" or "fun with food" and the products are recommended by other moms. My November box included: - 2 fish castanets by Plan Toys - 1 plum organics stage 2 food - bowl set by Green Eats - food storage container by Goodbyn - trial size organic moisturizer by Juice (for moms). They usually include a little bonus for moms! Overall, I have been happy with the boxes and just renewed my six month subscription. You let them know the age and gender of your child and they send appropriate items. I put 12 months for my baby instead of 9 months since I'd rather receive products my baby can grow into. The only somewhat annoying thing is that they will auto renew your subscription if you don't cancel (like a proactiv infomercial!) so I just mark in my calendar when I need to decide whether I want to keep it or cancel. They have a great deal going on for cyber Monday. Use code GET3 for 3 months for $65 (usually $75) or GET6 for 6 months for $99 (usually $125). You need to type it in all caps. Or after cyber Monday use SUMMERFUN for 10% off. You can use my referral link if you like http://www.citruslane.com/invitedby/Karen.Gonzalez
  3. Update: The 20 large fans and 14 survival kits have been SOLD. The 16 smaller fans are still available. Thanks!
  4. Thanks!! I sent Kelley a photo of what I had in mind for the chuppah, and she supplied everything.
  5. Back from the honeymoon and time to sell some left-over wedding items! I am selling all of these items for half of what I paid for them (and that's before shipping & handling!!) so someone will get some great deals! I have the following for sale: - 20 raffia fans that measure between 8 and 10 inches (from top to bottom) See the posted photo to see the variance in size. For my purposes, these were large enough to use as program fans. Cost: $10 plus shipping - 16 raffia fans that measure between 5.5 and 8 inches (from top to bottom) See the posted photo to see the variance in size. In my experience, these were NOT large enough to use as program fans, but still work perfectly well just as fans. The smallest ones would be cute to give to children. Cost: $8 plus shipping - 14 wedding weekend survival kits that contain the following items: johnson & johnson travel size first aid kit, island margarita pocketbac hand sanitizer from bath & body works, pocket size tissues, nail file, spearmint gum, SPF 30 chapstick, 2 propel packets, 2 imodium packets (2 pills in each packet, expiration 06/13), 2 ibuprofen packets (2 pills in each packet, some are motrin IB brand, some are advil brand, expiration 06/13 or 03/12) 2 motion sickness packets (2 pills in each packet, expiration 2/12), and travel size Mary Kay satinhands hand cream (.75 oz). As a bonus, 4 of the survival kits also contain a travel size fruit of the earth aloe vera gel (4 oz). Each kit comes in a quart sized, clear plastic bag, and one will have the label I used for my own kits just in case you want to copy it I would like to sell all 14 kits together. Cost $70 plus shipping PM with any questions or to express interest. Due to several people committing to items on previous sales and then not following through with payment, I will consider items sold once payment has been received. I accept paypal. Thanks!!
  6. And some photos are up on Michelle Turner's blog! I'm so happy with how they turned out! Michelle is amazing and I definitely recommend her!!!! Check 'em out! http://michelleturnerphotography.net/
  7. Reception layout: bonfire to the right, dance floor to the left. In the back are chairs where people sat to view the slideshow. Fire dancers... they were awesome!!!
  8. Cake cutting First dance (right after we watched the slideshow on the projector in the background) We had a combined father-daughter, mother-son dance
  9. Different angle of the ceremony site This photo gives you a good idea of the entire space: ceremony to the right, dinner up to the left, guests were signing the guest book in the back Wedding Ceremony
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