1) Arm & Hammer and Munchkin Diaper Pail
This Diaper Pail hasn't even hit store shelves yet but promises to be a huge hit! Why, because of its breakthrough diaper disposal system. The baking soda neutralizes odors in the nursery through a patented odor control system with the power of Arm & Hammer baking soda at its core.
2) Beaba Feeding Set
This BPA-free feeding set is ideal for babies and toddlers on the go. The soft box includes everything for a complete meal in the minimum amount of space. It includes a non-slip plate, a container with two large compartments, a "keep warm" type lid and an ergonomic spoon and fork set.
3) Yubo Lunchbox
New lunch packing system combining personalized style with a clean, eco-friendly design.This lunchbox features include:anti-microbial, BPA-free and dishwasher safe. Along with Reusable food safe containers to prevent waste.
4) Bathing Buddies Baby Shower Sling
Any mom who's showered with their baby knows just how dangerous, difficult and slippery it can be. But this athletic mesh shower sling makes it a whole lot easier. Worn just like a regular style sling - this is worn in the shower and makes soaping up a breeze.
5) Mother Tucker Tank by Belly Bandit
This is the ultimate compression tank! You'll be WOWed with how it smoothes and shapes your middle! Mother Tucker uses a soft tubular knit, designed with three zones of varying compression.
The center section - with the most compression - flattens your tummy, promoting a slimmer silhouette. The 3" anti-roll bottom applies muffinology technology to help smooth your "muffin top", while the upper section provides the perfect amount of support; helping to eliminate that squeezed feeling.
6) Itzy Ritzy Reusable Snack Bags
Great for food, snacks and more! These reusable are made with a PVC-Free waterproof lining interior. They are reusable, washable, eco-friendly and stylish.
About Lizzie Bermudez:
She was a TV news anchor and reporter in San Francisco. Now, she's a full-time mom to two little girls and wife to an incredibly patient man. She wanted to foster an open and honest dialogue between real moms-to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly sides of motherhood without fear of being judged.
She started with herself and it just kept rolling from there. Those first inspirations led her to lizziebtv.com, a video blog site that comes straight from the heart. It's a place for her to share her insights, while still enjoying the satisfaction that comes from working. It's the best of both worlds.
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