Why didn’t anyone tell me about DivaCup sooner?!

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My dear male readers, thank you for your interest and support, but I must confess that this post may not be enjoyable to you. You have been warned.

So, last month, I got my period for the first time in 4 years. Yup, that’s right, congratulations to me! After pregnancies and breastfeeding, I was stunned and appalled to join the real world of menstruation. SO MUCH had changed in my life and my body, so I did something I never even considered – I started researching about feminine care products. It honestly never occurred to me to 1. learn about what I was putting in my body during my period (um, duh) and 2. that there was another option aside from tampons. It blew my mind that I was so behind the game and after my research decided to try something new – the DivaCup.

This is what I texted my girlfriends “Why didn’t anyone tell me about DivaCup sooner?!” I felt like I found the magical, better, non-ick solution to traditional feminine care products but was super confused as to why no one was talking about it. Eh hem, so here I am to joyfully spread the word.

Why you need a fairy door ASAP

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Parents love the holidays, right? You love the twinkle in your little ones’ eyes, the spirit of magic, and creating traditions, but let’s face it, we also love the threat of Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny looming over your kids, watching their every move (even when they’re sleeping).

So what happens when the season is over? No more, “Santa’s watchinggggg,” what’s a parent to do?! (Kind of kidding, kind of not.)

I’m so excited to share that I found the perfect solution – it inspires the magical season of the holidays all year round, ignites the imagination, and has the potential for year-round behavior control – enter, fairy doors.

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Easy Easter egg decorating ideas

When you’re tired of dye tablets and vinegar and want to up your game, these easy Easter egg decorating ideas are just the thing you need to add some adorableness to your home. I made my eggs two ways this year and had everything on hand already.

Here’s what you need:

Holy chic shaving cream eggs

  • boiled eggs
  • shaving cream
  • food coloring
  • spoon, toothpick, tongs
  • shallow dish or muffin tin
  • optional: metallic paint and latex gloves

Adorable friends painted eggs

  • boiled eggs
  • paint/brush
  • crayons or Sharpie
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