I lost the art of being a girly girl when I was about 10 years old. Having two boys before I had my daughter certainly did not help the matter any. As my daughter gets old I realize more and more she will be nothing like me! She is everything girly and dreams of being a princess. For the longest time I have kind of avoided reviewing girly products but as she grows older I realize how much she would love to do them. Recently I was given a chance to review the Kivelli Bracelet Layette Collection. When we received our bracelet I was certainly just happy it had made it. The postal service did not handle with care and the bracelet was hanging half out of its package! Here I was worrying about my daughter breaking it, what I should have worried about was the postman.lol Since it had made it to the house in one piece despite its rough handling I was then less worried about letting her wear it and have a great time with it. The bracelet is so tiny and elegant it was hard to believe that it would even fit. As soon as I place it on her wrist she was simply in love with it. She danced and sang for hours about how now she was a real princess. It has been several weeks now of almost non-stop wearing and the bracelet is still hanging strong. I really recommend that if you are looking to make your princess feel a little more special head to Kivelli and check out their products.
It has been so many years since we have had a kitten around the house I think I had forgotten just how active and amazing they are! I am sure many of you have seen me talk about Ginger our baby. She is FeLV positive, and just days short of her 7 month birthday. We also have 2 other boys with are getting up there in age. Thomas has always been a scratcher and I admit I had never thought about getting a kitty tree before this. Earlier in the month a great opportunity to review the Kitty Condo Tree from Cozy Cat Furniture came about I thought oh great Ginger will have a place to nap, play, learn, and most importantly SCRATCH! It Arrived in a box which I have to admit scared me a bit at first, it was much small then I thought.....was the tree smaller....was this one of those "some adult assembly required" items? Luckily it was easy to put together and came out so much sturdier then I had expected. Even before we could give the word go Ginger was eager to play a