This week’s Memos From Mommy is sponsored by the creators of Nipple Seal, “the best way to stop bottles from leaking”.
“The baby bottle Nipple Seal™ was created to stop bottles from leaking in our diaper bags, purses, strollers, and cars. This product will stop you from reaching into soaked bags that smell like sour milk. Diaper bags and purses are expensive, difficult to clean, and can be ruined if liquids are spilled in them. Using this product will make traveling with bottles easier than ever. We have successfully tested the seal on nearly every bottle on the market with great success.* The Nipple Seal™ slides over the nipple and pinches off the flow. It is that simple; it creates a seal that stops the liquid from flowing out. Bottles companies claim they have no drip nipples, yet every brand we tried still leaked. The Nipple Seal™is the answer to this problem”.
And I’m changing up the way MFM works a little. You can enter your own Memo From Mommy all week and the winner(s) will be drawn next Monday before the new MFM is posted. This week we’ll have two winners, drawn at random.
Good luck and have fun with it!
Despite your newest discoveries of the word “snack”, or “nack” as you like to say, and the joys that hide behind the pantry and refrigerator door, I regret to inform you that snack time is not a never ending thing. Just because you can fling yourself at the refrigerator while shouting “dat! DAT! nack! NAAAck!” over and over, doesn’t mean you will be fed at your every whim. I would also appreciate a little consideration when I open the refrigerator. No need to shove your way past me and reach for every condiment in sight. You are not starving. You are very well fed. No, you may not drink mustard.
Kendall is 1 year, 3 weeks and 2 days old
***Congrats to Kitty and Tara!! Entries are now closed, but come back next Monday for another chance to enter.***