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Win a New Boba 3G Baby Carrier!

Posted by jenn on October 6th, 2011 under Give Away!, New Products


We LOVE the new 3G Boba Carriers so much much we going to give one away! All you have to do is:

1) Comment below, Tell us which awesome new style you would love to win, (check out the new styles here http://bit.ly/qDPUQA )

2) Like our facebook page Mommies ‘n’ Style http://on.fb.me/q11qCe

3) For an extra entry tell your friends to like us on Face Book too! Make sure they tell us you sent them!

4) Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/MOMMIESNSTYLE 

 When we get to 1600 FB fans someone will win the 3G Boba of their choice!

Boba is a Soft Structured Carrier (SSC) that is intended for babies and children between 7-45lbs. Boba offers several innovative features not seen on other carriers:
•100% Cotton
•Front and back carry options
•Removable sleeping hood
•Adjustable sleeping hood, adjusting in length to fit growing babies
•Zipper pouch may be used to store your hood when not in use
•Comfortably fits heights 5’0” – 6’3”
•Waistband range: 25” – 58”
•Additional adjustments for easier fit & breastfeeding
•Patent-pending removable foot straps
•Elastic bands neatly roll up straps
•Shoulder strap holders keep purses and diaper bags in place
•Easily adjustable chest strap
•Uniquely designed to “hug” your child
•Converts to an infant carrier without an insert
•Extra head support adjustments for infants
•Body of carrier rises 2-3” higher than other brands
•Multiple pockets for on-the-go storage
•High quality military grade buckles

The foot straps attached to the waist belt keep older children comfortable while enabling a healthy sitting position. The footstraps not only give tired little legs a rest, but support the legs in a flexed abducted (froglike) position which naturally tilts the pelvis, fills out the hip sockets and aligns the spine.

The new infant conversion option allows you to use the Boba Carrier 3G with babies over 7lbs. The best part is that there is absolutely no insert or accessory needed! Simply follow the instruction booklet included with your Boba Carrier to learn how to use the new Boba Carrier 3G for your newborn.

Boba has a few extra inches of height to keep your center of gravity closer to your body and support your little one’s back. The Boba Carrier 3G is approximately 2-3” higher than other soft structured carriers.

The new 3G design is made to fit parents of all shapes and sizes without purchasing an extension belt or accessory. All straps are fully adjustable, and elastic bands are provided so you can comfortably tuck the straps away once you have the carrier adjusted for you and your child.

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Finally Here ~ B.F.F. from Belly Bandit!

Posted by jenn on April 16th, 2011 under New Products

Yes ladies it has finally arrived the moment we have all been waiting for. The Body Formulated Fit from Belly Bandit has finllay arrived and is available for purchase. Shrink back to your pre-preganancy size with the help of this revoluntionary product. The B.F.F. is sure to become your B.F.F.! Designed with the curves of a woman’s body in mind. The B.F.F. has been created and shaped just like a woman’s body…curvy! With all this being united to make the B.F.F., making both Mother and Mother Earth very happy!

B.F.F. Body Formulated Fit Belly Bandit™ Abdominal Compression

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Weekly Giveaway – Plush Pad® by Ah Goo Baby®

Posted by jenn on February 18th, 2011 under Blog Blog Blog!



The Tag*a*Long to Keep Independant Kids Close

The Tag*a*Long to Keep Independant Kids Close

Retail Value$12.99, on sale for $11.69

Congratulations to Tammy, who won one The Tag*a*Long Handle to Keep Independent Kids Close in the color of her choice!  The The Tag*a*Long Handle to Keep Independent Kids Close  is on sale this week for 10% off (until Thursday night).


Plush Pad® by Ah Goo Baby®

 Retail Value $34.99 

One lucky winner will receive a Plush Pad® by Ah Goo Baby® of their choice!

The Plush Pad® is the multi-purpose memory foam surface for your baby.  It’s great to use on-the-go or around the home — in any room or any place. 

 Diaper Changes, Tummy Time to Infant/Parenting Classes

Around the Home & On-The-Go

The Plush Pad® is in a category and class of its own. It is not just your average diaper changing pad.  The Plush Pad® is reguarded as a portable changing station, this is because the memory foam makes it comfortable enough to be used all the time – in another part of the home, during extended stays with the grandparents, while on vacation at hotels, or to reclaim counter space for parents with smaller living spaces. As well, it can be simply rolled up and taken it with you daily on-the-go. The size allows for it to easily fit in any diaper bag or purse. This versatility, coupled with comfort, style, and portability is what separates The Plush Pad® from the rest.

The Plush Pad® by Ah Goo Baby® has been rewarded mulitple awards by parenting experts and is loved by Moms everywhere and Hollywood Celebrities alike.

Uniquely designed with a thick body-contouring memory foam cushion that soothes your baby by molding to his curves and relieving her tiny pressure points. The Plush Pad® supports your little one’s sensitive pressure points. It is the only verstile protective surface for your baby that can be used for diaper changes around the home, or while your on-the-go,and still able to double as the perfect surface for tummy time or doring infant/parent classes. You and your baby will relish each moment he lounges on The Plush Pad®. Durable and Machine washable with two layers of water-repellant barriers.

Style meets practical. Baby meets plush. Mom meets sophistication.

Unique features of The Plush Pad®:

  • Features a thick memory foam cushion that relaxes the baby by molding to his curves and relieving her tiny pressure points; baby will relish the experience of being changed;
  • Machine washable and water-resistant. Wash the cover much like a pillowcase whenever it needs cleaning (the memory foam insert can be easily removed prior to washing);
  • The Plush Pad® rolls open with no creases – no need to fiddle;
  • Plenty of wiggle room (approx 2 ft x 2 ft) for the baby, yet ultimate portability to easily fit in one’s diaper bag, suitcase, or to store away when not being used.

Versitlity, Different Ways The Plush Pad® Can Be Used:

  • The Plush Pad® is used constantly (24/7) around the home; no need to run to the nursery for every change when you have The Plush Pad®;
  • Some use it as their only changing surface if they are looking to conserve space, as it can easily be stored in a drawer or small closet;
  • Leave it open during hotel stays for weeks at a time as a changing station;
  • Great for tummy time when baby begins to practice lifting themselves and general lounging/exercise for infant/parent classes;
  • Leave it at the grandparents for a comfortable change when they watch the grandkids;
  • Toss it in the back of the stroller or the car for a quick change while on the road;
  • Take it to beach, pool or park, so baby can relax on a soft and cozy surface;
  • Replace the plastic/vinyl changing pad in one’s diaper bag with The Plush Pad®, for a really comfortable daily change for baby.





How do you win?

Take a look at all the fun Plush Pad® by Ah Goo Baby®,  and “share your thoughts” here.  Which one is your favorite?

You have until Tuesday evening, February 22, to enter.

Good Luck!


Share your Love and WIN!

Posted by jenn on February 7th, 2011 under Blog Blog Blog!, Give Away!

We LOVE our customers and to show you all just how much you mean to us we have decided to do a hugh fan give away! All you have to do is LOVE us back! … we are trying to grow our followers and fans so we ask that you share your love for Mommiesnstyle.com and tell all of your friends about us! Once we get to 1,000 fans on our Facebook Page we well give away some of our most poplular selling items and a few new products that we are adding too!   A  few of the fabulous items that you can win in our Share the LOVE Give away are shown below and more surprise items that will be announced soon so stay tuned!! and help us get to 1,000 Face Book Fans to win!!

 BeBe Au Lait Nursing Cover (Winner Chooses Color/Style)

Mommy Necklace (Winner Chooses Color/Style)

Wubba Nub Pacifier Pal (Winner Chooses Color/Style)

 Slinglings Baby Sling (Winner Chooses Color/Size)


Become a fan of  Mommies ‘n’ Style on Facebook. (Leave your Facebook first name and last initial in comment field below)

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  • Blog About this Giveaway. Be sure to include a link to Mommies ‘N’ Style  website.
  • Share this giveaway on Facebook. (Once per DAY – just leave a link, or copy/paste text that you posted with your Facebook User Name.)
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Weekly Giveaway ~ The Tag*a*Long to Keep Independant Kids Close

Posted by jenn on December 10th, 2010 under Give Away!


WubbaNub™ Pacifiers

Retail Value: $15.00

Congratulations to Brittani,  who won a WubbaNub™ Pacifier
in the style of her choice!   All WubbaNub™ Pacifiers
will be 10% off this week (until Thursday night)!


The Tag*a*Long to Keep Independant Kids Close

Retail Value: $12.99

The Tag*a*Long Handle to Keep Independent Kids Close

The Tag*a*Long is an easy to install handle that you can attach to your stroller, shopping cart, or diaper bag providing an option for older siblings or those kids that do not want to sit in the stroller, keeping them safe and close by your side.

  • supports kids that need to be independent
  • kids love their very own spot to claim
  • kids feel like they are “helping” mom, dad, or caregiver by moving the stroller/shopping cart
  • allows kids to interact with the world around them while staying close and safe
  • gives kids a place to come back to when the fun is done
  • great for walks, zoos, parks, amusement parks, museums, playgrounds, grocery stores, malls, etc.
  • BPA AND Phthalate FREE
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • available in raspberry red, blueberry blue, lemon yellow or tangerine orange.
  •   How to Use!



    Recent Press about this amazing product!

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    How do you win?

    Leave a comment this week telling us what your favorite style/color of  The Tag*a*Long to Keep Independant Kids Close is.

    You have until Tuesday evening, December 14th to enter.

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    Weekly Giveaway – Wubba Nub Pacifier!

    Posted by jenn on December 4th, 2010 under Give Away!, New Products


    Congratulations to Misty A., who won  PBA Free Teething Pendant by Smart Mom Jewelry in the style of her choice!  The PBA Free Teething Pendant by Smart Mom Jewelry  will be 10% off this week (until Thursday night)!


    Meet Baby Elephant by WubbaNub™ Pacifiers.

    Retail Value: $15.00

    To celebrate the arrival of our newest WubbaNub™ Pacifier
    we are going to give one away!

    One  lucky winner will win a WubbaNub™ Pacifier
    of their choice!


  • The WubbaNubTM is designed to keep the pacifier conveniently placed to infant.
  • Soft plush brings soothing comfort and security.
  • Vibrant colors are stimulating and captivating.
  • The WubbaNubTM is also an asset helping in the development of hand-eye coordination.
  • Birth (Full Term) to 6 Months
  • Latex Free Medical Grade Silicone Pacifier
  • Soft Comforting and Soothing Plush Toy
  • WubbaNubTM Stays Close to Baby
  • No Pacifier Cords or Clips
  • BPA & Phthalate Free
  • Easy to clean: place in washing machine with baby’s laundry, gentle cycle in mesh laundry bag. Allow to air dry.
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    Recent Press for The WubbaNubTM Pacifier!



    How do you win?
    “Comment”  below and tell us which is your favorite WubbaNub Pal or what your child’s  favorite LOVEY is !

    You have until December 7, to enter!

    Want Extra Entries?


    Life is so precious! Ezra David Matthews

    Posted by jenn on November 14th, 2010 under Blog Blog Blog!

    So I have not blogged in quite a while and I am upset and sorry for not being able to.  Our blog was attacked and then took a while to get restored. Howeverwe are back up and running. Thank fully in time for me to put share some of my life experiences.

    My wonderful husband and I have had a difficult time trying to have a family. For some people it is easy, others like us not so much. This is our seventh pregnancy. We have 2 beautiful children on earth, 4 born to heaven and I am currently 18 weeks pregnant and am feeling terrific! Even my own journey has not prepared me for the past 2 months. ( I will go more into my own journey in another post but I want to share how deeply affected I am by the Matthews story).

    I am in a MOPS Group at my local church and have had the wonderful pleasure of  knowing an amazing mother, Robyn Matthews who has 3 little boys. There journey has inspired me, changed me, humbled me, and broken me. Let me explain in my own words a tiny bit. To fully understand the journey Robyn and her family have had you can read the brief version written by Kyle Matthews below or visit thematthewsstory.com.

     At our September 2010 meeting Robyn shared a prayer request for her 2 year old son, Ezra. Ezra had been diagnosed with stage 4 *Neuroblastoma in October 2009 at just 13 months old. Robyn, her husband Kyle and their son Ezra had been through several months of treatments, chemo, radiation, tumor removal, stem cell transplants and then just 1 day before Ezra’s 2nd Birthday they found out that Ezra’s cancer was back. They needed a miracle. They went to Orlando, FL for a drug trial but were pulled from the trial just an hour before the first dose because Little Ezra was deteriorating too fast. There have been a lot of ups and downs with Ezra’s condition and the past 8 weeks have been a test, a trial of my own life and heart. I fasted for the first time ever. I have prayed for Ezra to be healed on this earth like he is my own son. I have begged, cried, prayed, and hoped to God for a miracle. I have seen myself, my life, my children, my soul, through new eyes (and I did not like everything I saw). My heart has grown because of the love of a child not my own. I know that I am forever changed. I am a better daughter of Christ, a better wife, mother, friend, and person because of Ezra. Time matters, it is something so many people including myself take for granted. It should not be. I hug my little ones longer, tighter and so much more often (which we have never been short on doing :) My husband and I  have slowed down the pace of our everyday lives so much. Our perspectives have been altered, piorities changed. Life is just so precious and we want to capture every second we can. I want to thank Ezra for changing me. Ezra went to be with Jesus on Nov 8th, 2010.

    The Full Story:

    “Ezra was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma on October 4th, 2009 at the age of 13 months. On October 6th we found out we were pregnant again. After weeks in the hospital and an initial round of chemo, in early November we were able to do our first ultrasound and already see Robyn was pregnant with twins. As the months progressed, Ezra went through 6 rounds of chemo, various treatments, and moving towards having the main tumor (above his left kidney) removed.

    On March 1st, Robyn and I went to her dr for her scheduled pregnancy checkup, and the dr told us she was 1-2 cm dilated. Her due date was July 21st – this was nearly 4 months early. We took Robyn straight to the hospital where she was on bed rest for 2 weeks, but those babies weren’t waiting in there, and on March 15th, at 26 weeks (3 1/2 months early) our twins Price and Charley were born. Price was 1lb 13oz, and Charley was 1lb 15oz. They both had multiple heavy complications, including level 4 bleeds in the brain, and on March 22nd, the twins’ 1 week birthday, God took Price back from us.

    Charley was still critical, and had many of the same issues as Price. He was rushed to All Children’s hospital in St Pete, who had better drs to handle the brain trauma. He received multiple surgeries, including having a shunt put in his brain, then removed as it wasn’t working correct, a new shunt put in, then another surgery to move that shunt. It’s now working great and will remain with him for life. He also had heart surgery to fix a murmur, which went well. Charley is now home! He is on a very low flow of oxygen (he should be off in a couple months) and has a G tube in as he can’t yet take a bottle. These are temporary issues which will fade with time, and before long he should be just like any other kid.

    Talk about a whirlwind of emotions. 2 weeks after Price died, on April Fools Day, 2010, Ezra had his neuroblastoma tumor successfully removed. His left kidney was fully involved with the tumor, and was also removed. He recovered well, and we spent the entire month of June living in a hospital for stem cell transplant for Ezra – in an isolated, HEPA filtered room. Charley was in the same hospital (and still is), only 1 floor away, so we were able to visit him often, although Ezra wasn’t allowed to leave the room the entire 30 days.

    The day before Ezra’s 2nd birthday we discovered he’d relapsed already, less than 4 months out of stem cell transplant. This means his neuroblastoma is very aggressive, and at the moment there is no cure. We’ve been through a couple options since then, but his cancer is still showing no response. We were slated to start a trial using a drug called Nifurtimox, but Ezra’s condition began deteriorating rapidly, and he was unable to qualify for the trial – literally less than an hour before he was about to get the first pill.

    On November 8th, at 2:50am, Ezra passed on. The Neuroblastoma had kept growing, and although we did one last round of chemo in Orlando, it didn’t stop, and early early on a Monday morning we lay in his bed with him and held him as he died. We miss him”.

    ~Kyle Matthews

    *Neuroblastoma is a rare cancer of the sympathetic nervous system — a nerve network that carries messages from the brain throughout the body. Each year there are about 700 new cases in the United States. It is usually found in young children, and is the most common cancer among infants specifically. These solid tumors — which take the form of a lump or mass — may begin in nerve tissues in the neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, or, most commonly, in the adrenal gland. They may also spread to other areas of the body, including bone and bone marrow.

    The cause of neuroblastoma is unknown, but most physicians believe that it is an accidental growth that occurs during normal development of the sympathetic nervous system.

    Treatment for neuroblastoma differs depending on many factors, particularly the stage of the disease and the age of the patient. Neuroblastomas that have recurred, or come back, may require different types of medicine.

    Source: Memorial Sloan-Kettering


    Homemade Glass Cleaner

    Posted by jenn on September 9th, 2010 under Going Green!, Organic Cleaning!, Try this at Home!

    A friend of mine turned me onto cleaning a healthier way and to make it super simple I researched organic cleaning tips online  and discovered  a really wonderful book called Clean House, Clean Planet by Karen Logan. It gives great tips, recipes and ideas on how  to clean effectively without the use of harsh chemicals. So a new goal of mine this year was to start making my own cleaning products.  The reason for this is two fold:

    1) I want to have products in my home that are safe for our family and don’t add extra allergens, harsh chemical, etc…

    2) I want to save money. (This book tells you great recipes for cleaning that cost “Pennies a Day”)!

    The first homemade cleaning product I wanted to try was the glass cleaner. I figured it is a product that I use a lot so why not start there (plus my windows could use a good scrub).  So I decided to whip up some glass cleaner. It took less than 2 minutes!  This glass cleaning recipe is so super easy that you will have NO excuse for not giving it a try:)!  Ready? Just follow the simple directions below and sparkling windows here you come!

    1) Find a spray bottle (I used a regular spray bottle from the $1.00 store).

    2) Fill it half way with water.

    3) Fill it the rest of the way with white vinegar

    4) Shake well!

    5) All done!

    This simple easy to make mixture  works great, has no after streaks, residue, or odors. It is also safe enough for my little ones to use with out worrying about Harsh Chemicals. Not to mention it is REALLY Cost Effective!   I will never buy another bottle of Windex again!

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    Weekly Giveaway – The Tag*a*Long to Keep Independant Kids Close

    Posted by jenn on September 2nd, 2010 under Give Away!


    Congratulations to Misty A., who won  PBA Free Teething Pendant by Smart Mom Jewelry in the style of her choice!  The PBA Free Teething Pendant by Smart Mom Jewelry  will be 10% off this week (until Thursday night)!




     The Tag*a*Long Handle to Keep Independent Kids Close

    The Tag*a*Long is an easy to install handle that you can attach to your stroller, shopping cart, or diaper bag providing an option for older siblings or those kids that do not want to sit in the stroller, keeping them safe and close by your side.

  • Supports kids that need to be independent
  • Kids love their very own spot to claim
  • Kids feel like they are “helping” mom, dad, or caregiver by moving the stroller/shopping cart
  • Allows kids to interact with the world around them while staying close and safe
  • Gives kids a place to come back to when the fun is done
  • Great for walks, zoos, parks, amusement parks, museums, playgrounds, grocery stores, malls, etc.
  • BPA AND Phthalate FREE
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Available in raspberry red, blueberry blue, lemon yellow or  tangerine orange.
  • How do you win?

    “Share your thoughts” below and tell us what your favorite color of the Tag*a*Long.

    You have until Tuesday, September 7th, to enter!

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    Weekly Giveaway – PBA Free Teething Pendant by Smart Mom Jewelry

    Posted by jenn on August 26th, 2010 under Give Away!

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