Thursday, September 16, 2010

My Silly Monkeys giveaway - Spin and Go Mop

I just plain old hate mopping. There's trying to keep everyone out of the kitchen till you're done and it's dry (and attempting to keep it clean for at least a few hours instead of instantly getting spilled on). For the quick mop thing I have currently, I'm out of disposable pads (so it doesn't get used much anymore) - AKA: disposable pads are annoying to have to continue buying. For the non-disposable mop heads, there's the hand washing of those, or hand squeezing.

I'd love to try the Spin and Go mop! It looks much more user friendly! I think it would motivate me to get the floors washed more often (and maybe some walls too)! With moving soon, it would be PERFECT for the initial cleaning! And we'll have less carpet over there too...

I'd love to win the Spin and Go mop!!

http://www.mysillymonkeys.com/2010/09/spin-go-mop-review-giveaway.html

My Silly Monkeys giveaway - Feeding Chair

With a new baby on the way, and Ronan getting bigger, a booster seat option would be wonderful! Not only does this miSwivel Feeding Chair work well with smaller babies (ex: after the new baby is old enough to sit up at the table), but it can be used as a booster seat too (ex: for Ronan).

Another feature I love.... it's small enough to bring with! We've never brought our regular high chair with us when visiting family (and there has been numerous instances where it certainly would have been helpful!). It does fold down a tiny bit (enough to fit in a closet), but it is still quite large and bulky. It would be so nice to have the option of grabbing the smaller seat! Perfect for restaurants too!

I really like that we would be able to use it for either Ronan or the new baby.

Heck, and who can't resist an infant/children's chair that is designed to avoid "crumb cracks", and has reversible, easy to clean fabric (machine washable), and dishwasher safe tray.

I'd sure love to win one!! =)

http://www.mysillymonkeys.com/2010/08/miswivel-feeding-chair-review-giveaway.html