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Winter Footwear for Kids (from STONZ)

Winter Footwear for Kids (from STONZ)

A couple of months ago I was contacted by STONZwear about reviewing some of their awesome footwear for the kiddos.  They said they wanted the review done by the end of October…which in many areas of the country would be easy, but was potentially problematic here in the South.  While the weather can definitely get cold by then, we are more often than not still sporting short sleeves well past Halloween.  So when I saw the weekend forecast a couple of weeks ago, I was psyched for the chance to try out the newest kicks for the crag-kiddos on our…Read the rest of this entry →

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Rainy Day Green Hours Need Rainy Day Gear!

Rainy Day Green Hours Need Rainy Day Gear!

What do you get after 2 solid days of torrential rains and frosty wind gusts?  A stir-crazy toddler and mama-to-be with a horrible case of cabin fever!  I sure am thankful for companies like STONZ and Ducksday that believe in providing top quality outerwear for kids, otherwise C would have been a cold, wet mess once the storms died down to a steady drizzle and we ventured out!   I was excited because we really did have the perfect conditions for testing all of our new gear – the wind and rain had died down enough to make it less…Read the rest of this entry →

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The Return of Firepit Fridays – and STONZ Booties!

The Return of Firepit Fridays – and STONZ Booties!

Not long after we first  moved to Charlotte, we decided to put a firepit in one of the natural areas of our front yard.  While the back yard might seem like a better spot at first glance, we enjoy having it in the front yard for the “social scene” it creates.  You see, our neighborhood is pretty active in the evenings – joggers, dog-walkers, families with strollers, kids on bikes.  And there’s just something about an open fire that just seems to draw people in!  Sometimes it’s just the 3 of us, but more often than not we end up…Read the rest of this entry →

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