Click Protein Drink Review and Giveaway

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A review for a protein drink on a special needs blog?

MommyRambles, have you finally lost your mind? Do you need more coffee to help you think clearly?

YES.

There are some days (weeks?) during which Faith is, ummm, needier, than others. During those days (weeks?) my eating suffers. I don’t have much time or energy to eat a balanced meal. I find myself drinking lots and lots of coffee. Sugary, cream filled coffee.

Wheeeeeeeeee! *Twitch twitch*

Wouldn’t it be awesome if I could take care of some of my protein needs while getting my much needed caffeine buzz? It was this line of thinking that led me to protein shakes. Thinking I had just solved the greatest mystery of all time, I skipped on down to my local GNC and bought an expensive jug’o’powder, sashayed on home with my prize, made up my happy shake, then spit it out. That stuff tasted like monkey butt.

(Disclaimer: I do not actually know what monkey butt tastes like, but it has to be somewhat similar)

I wasn’t quite ready to give up on my idea of fulfilling my protein/caffeine needs in one shot just yet. I took to my trusty interwebz and began reading reviews. It seems that monkey butt is the most common flavor of protein shakes. Bleck. However, I noticed one protein powder getting pretty good reviews. Heck, some of the reviews were straight out raves!

So I ordered Click Espresso Protein Drink. I tried Vanilla Latte.

Oh emm gee.

Click, mixed straight up with water, was hands down the best tasting protein I have ever tried! And it had just enough caffeine in it to help me get through my long days without a huge sugar crash.

“The innovative idea of combining espresso coffee (nature’s own original energy source) with protein and nutrients into a gourmet tasting healthy energy drink just CLICKed one day says fitness experts and founders Greg and Beth Smith. CLICK provides the energy support we all crave with without all the high calorie sugar and fat! Perfect for weight management, a mid day pick me up, or to supplement a work out; CLICK boosts your energy, curbs your appetite, and burns fat so you can perform! CLICK delivers the health you want, heightened with a rich and delicious taste – so good you’ll forget that it’s also good FOR you!”

Vanilla Latte Click has become a morning staple. It was exactly what I was looking for, a perfect mix of coffee, vanilla and protein. Even if you think that protein shakes are not for you, try this one. Hot, cold, blended or even made into ice cream. It is smooth and rich and about as anti-monkey butt tasting as you can get! Want to try some yourself? Of course you do! Mommy Rambles would like to offer one lucky winner a 14 serving size canister of their very own to get Click’n!

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Approximate retail value is $25.00. Open to US residence only. Mommy Rambles was not compensated in any way for this review, and I am buying the giveaway canister myself. I just really really like Click. Click probably does not even know I exist. If they do see this……Hello! I love you! Please make caramel latte next, pretty please!!!!

This giveaway ends at 11:59pm EST on August 7th, 2011. Winner will be posted on August 8th. Winner will then have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be drawn.

GOOD LUCK!

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Seneca Farms Oatmeal & Fruit Review and Giveaway

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It’s not groundbreaking news that breakfast provides us and our kids with the nutrition and fuel our bodies need.  And we all know that eating oatmeal and other whole grains are an essential part of a healthy diet and promote overall good health.  But, busy mornings and finicky kids can make it hard to find the time to make something that is both nutritious and delicious.

Did you know that*…

  • Nearly 60% of U.S. parents of children ages 3-17 admit that their child skips breakfast, with more than half of U.S. Moms wishing their child ate a more nutritious breakfast.
  • 58% of U.S. Moms say they skip breakfast regularly. 46% of Moms who skip breakfast say they do so because they do not have enough time to prepare or eat it.
  • 57% of single adults say the number one reason they skip breakfast is that they don’t have enough time to prepare it.
  • While 71% of U.S. adults agree that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, 67% of those admit to skipping breakfast.

*Results of 2011 Children’s Nutrition Survey, conducted by Harris Interactive for Seneca Farms

During the school year, our family is pretty good about eating breakfast. Oatmeal or cereal during the school week, and heartier breakfasts on the weekends. Come summer time, we start to slack off. I’m not really sure why either. We tend to have lots of doctor and therapy appointments scheduled for the summertime. I schedule the “biggies” for summer to minimize the amount of school absences. We do most of our yearly check in with specialist during this time and most of those specialists are about 2 hours away. That means early mornings and long days. I know Faith and I get cranky if we don’t eat a good breakfast. For Jon, breakfast is even more important since it can set the whole tone of his day blood glucose wise.

This needs to change. We need breakfast every morning.

When I was given the opportunity to review Seneca Farms new Oatmeal and Fruit Cups, of course I agreed!

From Seneca Farms:

“Just launched in April, it is the perfect choice for anyone who has trouble finding time for breakfast in the morning. In less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee, heat the six-ounce microwaveable cup – no milk or water necessary – in the microwave for 45 seconds. Seneca’s Oatmeal & Fruit has no trans fats or cholesterol, and is a great source of Vitamin C.”

When the packages arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to read the ingredient list. Short. Top 3 are water, diced peaches and thick cut oats. Through the top of the cups, large pieces of diced peach and in the apple cup, diced apples are visible.

The first one we tried was the Vanilla Peach. 45 seconds in the microwave and it was ready. We peeled off the top and it smelled just like fresh ripe peaches. The texture was a bit more liquidly than we are used to having our oatmeal, but it worked well with the large chunks of peach. The vanilla was not overpowering but a nice compliment to the peaches.

The Apple Cinnamon was next. Same 45 seconds in the microwave. We peeled the top and were struck by the scent of very sweet fresh apples. This one seemed to have more liquid than the Peach Vanilla. The taste was defiantly spot on. But. The texture was off. It was too “liquid” not enough “oatmeal” for my families tastes. If felt strange. More like chunky applesauce with bits of oatmeal.

Since the Peach Vanilla was such a hit, I thought I would try getting more opinions regarding the Apple Cinnamon. I sent some in to work with my hubby. His directions were to find someone willing to try it and to give me an honest review.

Hubs co-worker Jim was up for it. His emailed review “Apple  & Cinnamon – was too sweet and consistency is odd.  Not quite what was expected for oatmeal.  More along the idea of applesauce with oats added in but not oatmeal.”

The Peach Vanilla is going on our next shopping list. It was a great solution to a busy morning. I think we will be skipping the Apple Cinnamon though. New flavor combinations are launching in the future and I will be trying them. :)

Want to try them for yourself?

One reader will win a 2-pack of each flavor of Seneca Farms Oatmeal & Fruit!

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This giveaway is available to US residents only and will end on July 31, 2011 at 11;59 PM EST. Winner will be drawn from all comments by Random.org. Winner will be posted Aug 1, 2011 and they will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be drawn.

“This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.”

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BrytonPick Review


When given the opportunity to review the BrytonPick I was pretty excited. I thought that this might finally be the answer to our problem with Faith. What problem? The fact that she is incredibly oral adverse. She does not tolerate brushing well and the thought of trying to wrangle floss into her uncooperative and tooth filled mouth is scary. The BrytonPick is a very thin, discreet, reusable metal pick to remove food debris and plaque from between the teeth. It is very small, portable and would easily fit in a wallet for on-the-go use. It comes in several cute colors and has it’s own little credit card sized carrying pouch. Each pick is stated to be reusable for up to 30 days. The cost is approximately $2.50 per pick or $19 for a pack of 10.

All sounds peachy keen.

The reality is that there is no way this will work for our family. The “soft and flexible” metal edges are actually very sharp. After realizing that this would not work for Faith, I tried to use it. The directions do clearly state to use it in front of a mirror the first time. I did. I also cut my lip and gum.

Okay, fine. Maybe I am just a dork who can’t use a simple pick without hurting myself.

I gave the other pick to hubby to try. He promptly said “Ouch” and bent the heck out of the small metal blade. He is a really good sport though and agreed to keep trying. He made it two days of very light use. At that time the pick was very bent, and he was tired of hurting his gums.

I’m sorry BrytonPick, but this product is just not something that will work for our family.

Two days use. :(

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

SodaStream Review and Giveaway

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As a mom to a type 1 diabetic, I may be a bit more carb conscious than your average mom. A product that recently caught my eye was the SodaStream. This awesome little device lets you make fresh bottles of bubbly soda, tea, tonic and flavored water at a fraction of the price of store bought sodas. And at a fraction of the carbs! Not to mention the amount of room you can save in your pantry or the environmental savings of not tossing away bottles of empty soda. I was recently given the amazing opportunity to try out a SodaStream Jet and a variety of flavors with my family.

The Unpacking

The unpacking of the box was a bit like Christmas. The variety of soda syrups covered almost every taste in our house. The set up instructions were very clear and easy to follow. Even for me. 😉 We used this nifty appliance for approximately two weeks and I have to say, I am hooked. I am not a “fizzy” person. My oldest son loves his extra fizzy. We can make our soda right to our individual fizzy level. It is so simple to use. We recently had a BBQ and a friends 9 year old son made his own soda with just me watching. He thought it was “The coolest thing ever!”.

Here is a visual step-by-step of how to make a fresh soda using the SodaStream.

Taking it outside

The very first thing I wanted to highlight was that this requires no electricity. I’m not sure why, but this surprised the heck out of me! The SodaStream can come along wherever you are. Picnic, tailgating, camping. To start with, you take a SodaStream bottle filled with plain water that has been chilled. We keep several ready to go in the fridge now. We purchased additional bottles. The half-liter bottle is shown. The SodaStream comes with a liter bottle. Next chose your flavor. For this demonstration, my son chose Orange Mango.

Attaching bottle

Take the chilled SodaStream bottle filled with water and attach it to the white dohicky thingamabob and screw it on. Not too tight, but have a good seal.

Bubbling it up

Now the fun part. By simply pushing the button at the top of the SodaStream you magically turn your chilled water into a fizzy, bubbly creation! This is my kids favorite part.

Removing our soda water

Now you tip the bubbly water out of the SodaStream and slowly unscrew it.

We chose Mango Orange for today

Now that you have a bottle of cold fizz water, you get to flavor it up. Or not. Your choice! Jon chose to use the recommended amount of Orange Mango syrup for a half-liter bottle. That is half a capful. At that rate each bottle of syrup will flavor 25 half-liter bottles. That’s 50 servings.

Gently pour your flavor choice into the freshly made soda water.

Now slowly pour your chosen flavor into the bubbly water, cap it and gently roll your bottle around a bit to mix it up. (Full disclosure. Jon did not pour slowly and this one bubbled up all over!)

Gently mixed and ready to enjoy. Less than 2 minutes.

Cleaned up and mixed up. In less than two minutes you have a freshly made bottle of Orange Mango soda at a fraction of the price and quadruple the fun.

I figured the helper should get to help with the drinking part also.

As with all the SodaStream flavors we have tried so far, this one was a hit! My personal favorites are the Green Teas.

Mommy Rambles and SodaStream have partnered together to offer one lucky Mommy Rambles reader their very own Fountain Jet Soda Lover’s Start-up Kit (approximately $100 retail value). It includes the winner’s choice of black/silver, white or red/silver Fountain Jet; CO2 which makes over 100 liters of soda; 1 reusable carbonating bottle; a sample pack of flavors and 3 full-sized flavors of the winner’s choice.

Do you want one? Of course you do! One entry per comment please. :)

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Hop on over to SodaStream and tell me in a comment below what color you want your Fountain Jet and what 3 flavors of syrup you want to try. (1 entry per person please)

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This giveaway will end on July 24, 2011 at 11;59 PM EST. Winner will be drawn from all comments by Random.org. Winner will be posted July 25, 2011 and they will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be drawn.

Good Luck!

MoJo Soft and Snuggly Blanket

 

 

 

 

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Any blanket that has the words “soft and snuggly” in it’s name has a lot to live up to.

Last December as part of a Klout Perks program I was given the opportunity to receive a MoJo Soft and Snuggly blanket.

Soft? Snuggly? Blanket? December? YES PLEASE!

The blanket was delivered on a really cruddy day. Faith was sick. And not her normal Familial Mediterranean Fever sick, but full on flu. She was feverish, chilled, throwing up, lethargic, crying, miserable. I opened the blanket, glanced at it, then tossed it on the table and went back to snuggling my sick girl. As luck (?) would have it, moments later she threw up again. All over her “blankie”. (For those just joining us, Faith has autism. She gets very attached to her blankets. They are her security object and she likes to be covered most of the time. It helps her feel safe and gives her a place to hide when she is overwhelmed.)

After getting her cleaned (and the couch, and me, and the floor….) I remembered the MoJo Blanket that had just been delivered. I usually don’t use fabric items until after they have been washed at least once but there wasn’t time for that. I sniffed very carefully, there was no funky smell or stiffness so I went ahead and covered her with it right from the package.

Oh my GOSH! The SOFT! I was impressed with the plushness of it. So fluffy and snuggly! But most all new fleece blankets have this feel.

Life, and the flu, continued. The flu made it’s way though the house during a miserable 3 week stretch. Our Mojo blanket quickly became the favorite blanket. In the three week time frame it was washed at least once a day. On one particularly memorable day, it was washed and dried 3 times. I would say it was washed and dried at least 30 times. And it still looked brand new.

We had another just purchased blanket in rotation during this same Flu-a-paloza. It was purchased from a major retailer and felt just as plush and snuggly. At first. After about 10 washes, the other blanket started feeling a bit rough. The snuggly factor was lessening. As more time, and more wash cycles, have passed, the differences between the two blankets has became  more and more obvious.

Since that time, we have put our MoJo blanket through the wringer! It has been washed, drug on the floor, had both red and blue popsicles melted on it, been crushed in a car door, thrown up on, commandeered by the cat, spent time in a hospital…..well, you get the idea. And it still looks and feels brand new.

That, solely in and of itself, makes this blanket a top pick in my opinion. But wait….there is more. MoJo stands for Moms and Jobs. By purchasing this blanket, or any of MoJo’s products, you are helping to support a wonderful cause.

Who We Are: Moms and Jobs, Inc. (MoJo) is a newly formed social venture, headquartered in Boston, whose objective is to address the issues facing mothers who are poverty-stricken. By providing freedom from the strain of daycare costs and a new career path for this underserved demographic, MoJo enables a new start for moms who desperately need it.

Understanding the Problem: The economics of single-parent family mean that single mothers are disproportionately represented among the poor. Among U.S. households headed by single mothers, 33% live below the poverty line, compared to 12% of male-headed families. Overall, women with dependent children comprise two-thirds of the poor population, a phenomenon referred to as the “feminization of poverty.” A major part of the problem is that daycare costs for even one child can consume the majority of a woman’s salary, making it feel difficult to justify returning to the workforce from a personal and financial standpoint.

Creating a Solution: MoJo exists to create sustainable employment opportunities in the apparel manufacturing sector for this underserved demographic, and is utilizing the proceeds from your purchase of a MoJo product to provide better than minimum wage salaries, a chance at a new career path, and more importantly, freedom from the prohibitive daycare costs that keep so many mothers from re-entering the work force and being able to support themselves and the families that need them.

How You Can Help: You can help by shopping our MoJo products, all of which are made by MoJo moms. Proceeds go directly back into the MoJo business, helping to provide jobs for moms who really need them. In addition, social media and word of mouth are critical to our success- so please,“like” us today on facebook, and tell your friends how they can help create jobs at MoJo by purchasing MoJo products.

I am proud to be able to offer my readers a chance to win a MoJo Soft and Snuggly Blanket ($46.00) of their very own. This blanket is being generously provided by MoJo. You know you want one!

Mandatory Entry:

Hop on over to MoJo and tell me which color you would like to have your Snuggly Soft Blanket in if you win. Post your color choice in the comments below.

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This giveaway will end on July 11, 2011 at 11;59 PM EST. Winner will be drawn from all comments by Random.org. Winner will be posted July 12, 2011 and they will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be drawn.

Good Luck!

 

My Memories Suite

And the winner is #4 – Wife of a Sailor!

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I am scrapbooking failure.

There, I said it.

I have the best of intentions. Really. I do.

But my scrapbook pages always end up looking like a kindergarden art project. I take that back….they look worse than a kindergarden art project.

(Hanging head in craftymom shame)

I figured I would be a perfect test subject to try out digital scrapbooking software. There are a lot of programs out there and I had no idea which one would work for me. (Read: Tech illiterate and impatient) When I was given the opportunity to try out My Memories Suite, I figured I would give it a go.

Downloading to my Mac was very easy with clear step by step instructions and installing it went without a hitch.

I opened up My Memories Suite and did not read any instructions. Yes, you read that right. I dove right in attempting to make a digital scrapbook with reading any how-to’s. Within 10 minutes I was finding my way around within the software without any problems. Several times after I clicked a button, I had to yell to hubs, “Hey! Come check this out! Look what I just did!”

In 15 minutes I had created an entire album.

All milestones are something to celebrate, document and treasure. In special needs families, that is even more true. Milestones are hard won. The birth that didn’t go quite as we expected? The first birthday that we weren’t sure we would be able to celebrate? The first step that was the result of months and months of Physical Therapy? The first taste of a new food after being G-Tube fed only? Starting school? (Sniffle, sniff, I’m starting to tear up. Let’s move on)

MyMemories has generously given me the opportunity to give away a copy of this fun-a-licious software to one of YOU, my lucky readers. ($39.97 value)

Mandatory entry: Cruise on over to MyMemories and take a look at Digital Scrapbook Kits. Come back here and post in the comments below which kit is your favorite.

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Want to get your hands on this fun and powerful software? You can purchase My Memories Suite  now at MyMemories using a special discount code just for my readers! $10 off code: STMMMS236 (Code is good only for 10 days from today, so hurry!)

Giveaway ends June 27 at 11:59pm EST. Winner will be selected via Random.org. I will contact the winner. Winner will then have 48 hours to get back to me or another winner will be chosen. Mommy Rambles was given a copy of this software to try and review.

Stokke Tripp Trapp

It’s hard to be little. The world is geared for grown up, not little ones. Their legs are too short, their arms are too short. It’s just plain frustrating. Times that should be fun, such as meals or coloring at the table, can be hard on them. Too big for a high chair, too small for a normal dining room seat, tired of sitting on phone books to reach.

Enter the Tripp Trapp.

In an amazing invention, that has remained unchanged since 1972, Tripp Trapp changed the mealtime game. This chair grows with your child. And when I say that, I mean it. The Tripp Trapp chair can take your child from birth (with the new optional Newborn Set) through infant (with the optional Infant Set) straight through the college years and beyond. The Stokke Tripp Trapp is built to last as long as it will fit. It is made from solid wood, in a rainbow of colors and wood stains.

No more struggling to reach the table, no wobbling on top of stacked books, no dangling feet. (Did YOU ever have to sit on top of telephone books as a kid? Or was that just my family?)

Both the seat and foot rest of this chair are adjustable for the perfect fit for YOUR child. Long legs and a short torso? Done. Short legs and a long torso? Done. The Stokke Tripp Trapp has the ability to fit any child, at all ages.

What really makes this chair stand out to me, is it’s ability to support all children, even those with special needs. The incredible versatility means that little tired or restless legs have a place to be secure. Children who have a hard time in a regular chair due to low tone issues will find the curve of the back a place to be supported. If more support is needed, the Stokke Tripp Trapp also comes with straps for more security. This chair is perfect for therapy time or ABA. Having one chair that can adjust to various heights needed for different therapies can help provide a sense of security for children as well. It’s always nice to have something familiar when working hard on new tasks.

I would just like to add….wow, that chair is comfy! (Yes, I sit in it also!)

Our Tripp Trapp is blue

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Tripp Trapp® chair
A modern classic.

The Tripp Trapp® chair, created in 1972 by the designer Peter Opsvik, has never been bettered. In 1972, revolution was a fact. Back then no one had seen anything like the Tripp Trapp®, and almost 40 years later it is still unique: the only child’s chair that can take you from baby to adult, keeping you secure and comfortable all the way.

The Tripp Trapp® designer’s inspiration came from watching his own young son, Tor, struggle to find a comfortable position to sit in at their family table. Having grown out of his old-fashioned high-chair, but still far too small to sit on an adult’s chair, Tor was left dangling his legs and struggling to reach the table. What do you do when your feet don’t reach the floor and you can’t shift your weight when you feel the need? Well, you can’t move the chair down to the ground, because then your elbows won’t reach the table. So how about moving the floor up to meet your feet? That’s what the Tripp Trapp® does, by providing a stable footrest that supports a child’s feet and allows it to sit at the correct height, its elbows inheight with the table, in comfort and security. Then there’s the problem of your upper body not being supported because the back rest is too far away. The Tripp Trapp® chair’s unique depth adjustability solves that one, meaning that no matter how big or small your baby, his or her feet and back can be perfectly supported. Not only does this chair grow with your child, it can adjust to custom fit your child’s body, enabling comfortable and natural ergonomic sitting.

Tripp Trapp® design: Peter Opsvik

**Mommy Rambles was provided a Stokke Tripp Trapp in conjunction with a fundraiser**

Baby Bjorn Active Carrier

 

 

Baby Bjorn Carrier Active Organic

Really not sure what to say about this carrier besides, it is a must for moms and dads.

When Faith was tiny, I had so many concerns about her development, both physical and social.  She survived a right hemisphere stroke, has hemiplegic cerebral palsy, and although we didn’t know it at that time, she also has autism. She would often suffer apnea episodes (stopping breathing) and seemed very removed from her environment. One of the things that both Jimmy and I felt was imperative, was keeping her involved in the world. The thought of her hanging out in a stroller being pushed ahead of me at knee level was not ok with me. Nor was her spending time hanging out in her car seat, away from touch and stimulation. She needed the extra protection, touch and movement that a pack carrier provided.

For us, the Baby Bjorn carrier was perfect! She was safe, secure and I could feel her breathing. She was kept at just about eye level. As we engaged people around us, so did she. Walking down Rainbow Row, shopping in the mall, running through airports, riding the ferry. We used our carrier almost daily for just about 3 years. It was incredibly comfortable for both Jimmy and I to wear, and it adjusted size in a flash. The fabric held up beautifully to literally years of wear.

When I look back at Faith’s babyhood, I truly feel that this was one of the best purchases we made.

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Caring for the next generation

For us, keeping the next generation in mind has always been a top priority. That’s why we’ve launched a line of products made from organically grown cotton. With BabyBjörn’s organic products you keep your child happy and safe while protecting the environment.

The BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Active is one of the BabyBjörn favorites we’ve chosen to produce using fabric made from organically grown cotton. The baby carrier is sturdy and designed for anyone who leads an active everyday life. The baby carrier provides the proper pressure point relief thanks to the enhanced lower back support and wide, padded shoulder straps. At the same time your child is safe and sound in the baby carrier.

The baby carrier is easy to put on and take off without assistance. All adjustments are made from the front. As with all our baby carriers, it was developed in collaboration with medical experts to suit newborns optimally.