36 Weeks!!…

Hey there!  Happy Friday to you!  I can’t believe it’s literally been a week since I last posted.  I just haven’t gotten around to posting lately.  I’ve been focusing on taking care of myself and getting things ready for the baby.  It’s hard to believe that we are just 3 short weeks away from my due date.  After everything that I’ve been through, it doesn’t feel real that she will be here in 3 weeks or less.  It still feels surreal to me.  It also makes me realize that my entire life is going to change within the next three weeks.  It’s a positive change and I am welcoming it with open arms.  So let’s get started on my 36 Week Recap.

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36 Weeks

Fun Facts About the Baby At 36 Weeks

  • Your baby is still packing on the pounds — at the rate of about an ounce a day. She now weighs almost 6 pounds and is more than 18 1/2 inches long.
  • She’s shedding most of the downy covering of hair that covered her body as well as the vernix caseosa, the waxy substance that covered and protected her skin during her nine-month amniotic bath.
  • Your baby swallows both of these substances, along with other secretions, resulting in a blackish mixture, called meconium, will form the contents of her first bowel movement.
  • At the end of this week, your baby will be considered “early term.” (Full-term is 39 to 40 weeks. Babies born before 37 weeks are pre-term, 41 weeks is late term, and those born after 42 are post-term.

How far along?  36 Weeks & 6 Days

Baby’s size? A head of romaine lettuce

Stretch marks? No, knock on wood.

Sleep: Sleep is hard.  I find myself waking up every hour to use the bathroom.  It’s harder and harder to get comfortable. I will fall asleep for periods of time and then I wake up.  The best sleep I get is when I first lay down.  I can usually stay asleep for about 2-3 hours and then I start waking up every hour.

Best moment this week: Getting her swing, bouncer, and rocker that she is going to sleep in put together and starting to pack my hospital bag.

Miss Anything?  Sleeping on my side, and tuna fish (I know some women eat it while they are pregnant but I stay away because of mercury levels).

Movement: She is a VERY active little lady!  I can feel her foot perfectly on my side and I can tell where her butt is.  She makes very strong movements and I swear I will never get tired of feeling her move.  It’s the highlight of my day and I wait for it every single day.

Food cravings: Cheese, Decaf Iced Coffee, Outshine Fruit Ice Pops, Fresh Cherries, Potato Chips, Ice Cream, Sprite Zero, McDonald’s, Nifty Fifties Reesey Cup milkshake with spicy cheese fries, Fried chicken from the Plain and Fancy restaurant, Arby’s roast beef sandwich (random!)

Anything making you queasy or sick: Just heartburn.  I’m managing it as best as I can.

Gender: Girl!

Labor Signs: Not so sure about this one.  I will talk to my midwife today about it.

Symptoms: tired, swollen feet, back pain, heavy stomach, pains in groin area (feels like I’ve gone horseback riding for hours upon hours), Braxton Hicks Contractions, severe heartburn, nausea, extremely uncomfortable, hot

Belly Button in or out? In.

Wedding rings on or off? On.

Happy or Moody most of the time: I’m happy but I’m getting very nervous about becoming a mom.  I just hope that I will know what to do and I want to be the best mom that I can be.  In two weeks, we are taking a Baby Basics class that should teach us all the basics that we need to know.  I’m praying that she won’t come before then so that we can attend this class and learn last-minute skills that we need to know.

Looking forward to: My OB appointment today, ordering art to hang up in her room and getting the nursery finalized soon.  We are almost there!

So there you have my 36 Week Recap.  I’m getting more and more uncomfortable as the days pass which is expected.  I’m also getting very excited because every day that passes means it’s one day closer to meeting this little lady.  I have my OB appointment today so we will check and see if there is anything progressing.

I’ve been taking it easy with work.  I go in a few days and then I work a few days from home.  I’m just trying to play it as safe as I can be because that is what my midwives want me to do.  I’m glad that next week will be my last week of work.  I will feel much safer being home in case something happens.

Well, I hope you have a wonderful Friday and a great weekend!

35 Weeks!!…

Hey there!  Happy Friday to you!  I haven’t been feeling very good this week and have had some pregnancy complications which is why I haven’t posted this week.  I had a scare on Monday and went to the doctor and was put on partial bed rest.  Luckily, I’ve been able to work from home this week which was really nice that they could accommodate me like that.  I have a follow-up appointment today to check things and see if I will be able to go into work next week.

I’m not going to get into specific details of what happened but it’s really scary when you start feeling things or noticing things that you never felt before.  I just want to make sure that our daughter is safe and that I am doing all I can to protect her.  I feel thankful that I will be turning 36 weeks tomorrow which is considered full-term.  I want her to stay in my belly until her due date but it’s comforting knowing that at this point if she does come early, she will be okay.  So let’s get started on my 35 Week Recap.

35 Weeks Pregnant

35 Weeks

Fun Facts About the Baby At 35 Weeks

  • Your baby doesn’t have much room to maneuver now that she’s over 18 inches long and tips the scales at 5 1/4 pounds.  Because she’s so snug in your womb, she isn’t likely to be doing somersaults anymore, but the number of times she kicks should remain about the same.
  • Her kidneys are fully developed now, and her liver can process some waste products. Most of her basic physical development is now complete — she’ll spend the next few weeks putting on weight.

How far along?  35 Weeks & 6 Days

Baby’s size? A honeydew melon

Stretch marks? No, knock on wood.

Sleep: Sleep is pretty much the same.  I toss and turn a lot to get comfortable but I find myself now falling asleep for hours at a time which is an improvement from last week.  I also find myself getting up more frequently to go to the bathroom because her head is resting on my bladder.

Best moment this week: Finding out that the baby is okay and hearing her heartbeat.  I don’t think I could ever get tired of hearing that sound.

Miss Anything?  Laying comfortably on my side or sleeping on my back.

Movement: She has been moving around like crazy.  I often feel her knee and feet and I can figure out where they are poking out from my belly.  My favorite part of the pregnancy is feeling her move.  I remember at the beginning when I kept waiting patiently for her to move and I never thought it would happen and now it happens all the time and I love it.  It makes me so happy to feel her move.

Food cravings: Cheese, Decaf Iced Coffee, Outshine Fruit Ice Pops, Fresh Cherries, Peaches, Potato Chips, Nectarines, Ice Cream, Sprite Zero, McDonald’s (haven’t had this in YEARS, might need to give into the cravings), Nifty Fifties Reesey Cup milkshake with spicy cheese fries (haven’t had this in years either!), Fried chicken from the Plain and Fancy restaurant.

Anything making you queasy or sick: Still heartburn.  I’m used to heartburn though because I’ve had acid reflux all my life but pregnancy has intensified it.  She better have a full head of hair ;)

Gender: Girl!

Labor Signs: No, thank goodness!

Symptoms: tired, swollen feet, back pain, heavy stomach, pains in groin area (feels like I’ve gone horseback riding for hours upon hours), Braxton Hicks Contractions, severe heartburn, nausea, extremely uncomfortable, hot

Belly Button in or out? In.

Wedding rings on or off? On.

Happy or Moody most of the time: I’m happy and am counting down the days until she is born.  I’m getting nervous about labor but I think that is normal at this point.  We still have some things to finish in her nursery; mostly it’s just hanging things up on the walls.  So I feel a lot less stressed that we have the majority of the things set up in her nursery.

Looking forward to: My OB appointment today and hopefully deciding on her name soon.

So there you have my 35 Week Recap.  This has been the scariest and most stressful week for me because of my scare but I feel good knowing that she is in good hands with the doctors looking after her and me doing all I can to protect her.  I just cannot wait to hold her in my arms and tell her how much she means to Mike and I.

I’m looking forward to us putting together her swing, bouncer, and cradle rocker this weekend and starting to hang things up on the walls.  Her nursery is coming along nicely and I think she will feel comfortable and loved in her room.

I hope you have a great Friday and a lovely weekend!

34 Weeks!!!…

Hey there!  Happy Friday!!  I had intentions of posting a few days ago but I was having some computer trouble so that is why I am posting my weekly update today.  My favorite day of the week!  I love Fridays especially in the summer because I only have to work a half day!  I’m looking forward to leaving early today.  I have some things planned for today which should be really nice.  I just have to get through a few hours of work.

Anyway, this week I turned 34 Weeks!  Let’s get started on my recap!

34 Weeks Pregnant

34 Weeks

Fun Facts About the Baby At 34 Weeks

  • The baby now weighs about 4 3/4 pounds and is almost 18 inches long.
  • Her fat layers — which will help regulate her body temperature once she’s born — are filling her out, making her rounder. Her skin is also smoother than ever.
  • Her central nervous system is maturing and her lungs are continuing to mature as well.
  • If you’ve been nervous about preterm labor, you’ll be happy to know that babies born between 34 and 37 weeks who have no other health problems generally do fine. They may need a short stay in the neonatal nursery and may have a few short-term health issues, but in the long run, they usually do as well as full-term babies.

How far along?  34 Weeks & 6 Days

Baby’s size? A cantaloupe

Stretch marks? No, knock on wood.

Sleep: Sleep is very hard in general.  I fall asleep for about 2-3 hours and then I start waking up every hour.  I’m either tossing and turning to get comfortable or I’m using the bathroom.  It’s just uncomfortable in general to sleep because it’s hard to sleep on your side with a growing belly.  I have my belly propped up on a pillow but every time I turn, I have to move the pillow.  It’s quite disruptive.

Best moment this week: Our baby shower!  It was the perfect day filled with great people and delicious food.

Miss Anything?  A glass of champagne, maybe?

Movement: Movement is incredible.  Her movements are very strong and they hurt sometimes.  Yesterday, she kicked or punched me so hard that I swear her foot or hand was going to go outside of my belly.  Her head is nestled down in my pelvis so I feel a lot of her legs and arms moving.  Her head presses down on my bladder a LOT which is a very strange and uncomfortable feeling.

Food cravings: Cheese, Decaf Iced Coffee, Outshine Fruit Ice Pops, Fresh Cherries, Peaches, Potato Chips, Nectarines, Ice Cream, Sprite Zero

Anything making you queasy or sick:  I have really bad heartburn and that can make me extremely nauseous and uncomfortable.

Gender: Girl!

Labor Signs: No, thank goodness!

Symptoms: tired, swollen feet, back pain, heavy stomach, pains in groin area (feels like I’ve gone horseback riding for hours upon hours), Braxton Hicks Contractions, severe heartburn, nausea, extremely uncomfortable, hot

Belly Button in or out? In.

Wedding rings on or off? On.

Happy or Moody most of the time: I’m happy.  I’m a little stressed because we still have a decent amount of things that we have to purchase for the baby.  I also have to purchase what we are going to hang up on the walls and start hanging them.

Looking forward to: My OB appointment next week and maternity leave!  Cannot happen soon enough!

So there you have my 34th week.  It’s getting more and more uncomfortable because of my growing stomach and because I’m getting closer to her arrival.  I still have a lot to get done but I am really thankful that I was able to take 2 weeks off before my maternity leave starts.  That should be really helpful and I’m looking forward the opportunity to rest a bit before becoming a mom.  It will give me time to prepare the house, her room and myself.  I need that.

Have a great Friday and a wonderful weekend!!

Our Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower!!…

Hey there!  Happy Wednesday to you!  I hope your week is going well and I hope you had a great weekend!  I have to say that this past weekend was one of my favorite weekends so far this summer!  I couldn’t have asked for a better weekend.  It was our baby shower on Saturday and this was something that we had been planning for a while now and everything turned out exactly the way that I imagined.

Our prep started on Friday once I got home from work.  Melissa, Mike and I were running around getting everything together.  We went out and got last-minute items that we needed.  Then Melissa and I got busy in the kitchen while Mike started decorating.  It really was a team effort and I have to say the three of us really work so well together.  It made me appreciate all of those moments when the three of us were together preparing for the shower and for this little person that is going to bring even more love into our family.  We did a lot in a short period of time and I was happy regarding the progress that we made.

Mike and I finished some details in our home before going to bed on Friday night.  I was so nervous and excited that I could barely sleep Friday night.  I woke up nice and early on Saturday and did more decorating and more food preparations.  Before I knew it, Melissa and my mom arrived and they took over the kitchen helping to prepare everything and make everything look so beautiful.  Melissa and I came up with the theme and worked so hard to make it something to remember and that our daughter could look back on and see how much all of us love her.

I wanted the theme to obviously be Disney related since we are Disney fanatics but I didn’t want to use the overdone Princess theme.  I wanted the theme to continue into the nursery and I started browsing ideas and fell in love with the idea of Winnie the Pooh.  So the baby shower was Winnie the Pooh themed and her nursery is also going to be Winnie the Pooh.  I have so many ideas for her nursery and I can’t wait for them to become a reality.  I will most definitely post pictures when it has been completed.

Anyway, let’s get back to the shower!  Everything looked beautiful and everyone enjoyed themselves!

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The happy parents to be!

The happy parents to be!

Our favors were Mickey mouse shaped soft pretzels!

Our favors were Mickey mouse shaped soft pretzels!

As you probably know, the Philadelphia area is known for our soft pretzels so what better way to tie in the area of where we live and our love for Disney than a Mickey mouse shaped soft pretzel!  I thought it was such a unique idea.  Melissa and I went back and forth trying to figure out ideas for the favors and Melissa suggested this and it was hit!  Everyone loved them and not to mention they taste great and looked so adorable!  I couldn’t have been happier with the way that they turned out.

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The cake also turned out great!  I was so impressed by our local bakery.  The baker drew the Winnie the Pooh free-hand and did an incredible job! The cake looked so pretty that I hated to cut it.  Speaking of which, we still have not eaten Pooh’s face.  It’s way too cute to cut!

Overall, I have to say that the best part of the shower was being surrounded by both of our families and friends.  Our daughter is going to come into the world with so much love and so many people who care about her and cannot wait to meet her.  The conversations were great and were filled with laughter and love.  I took in every single moment of that shower and had to stop myself at times to watch everyone and realize how blessed we are.  I couldn’t have dreamed a more perfect day!

So there you have our baby shower recap!  I will be back tomorrow with my 34 week recap.  Have a great day!

33 Weeks!!…

Hey there!  Happy Wednesday!  My blog posting has been completely off lately and I didn’t have the chance to tell you about my weekend.  It was quite hectic.  Mike and I were running around getting things together for the shower on Saturday.  Melissa and my mom came over on Saturday to help with shower things. We got a decent amount of things accomplished so I was really happy about that.  We also stopped by my friend, Courtney’s birthday party and had dinner and celebrated with her.  That was pretty much our weekend.  It was a lot crammed into a few days.  Now here we are in my 33rd week of pregnancy so let’s get started with the recap!

33 Weeks Pregnant

33 Weeks

Fun Facts About the Baby At 33 Weeks

  • This week the baby weighs a little over 4 pounds and has passed the 17-inch mark.
  • She’s rapidly losing that wrinkled, alien look and her skeleton is hardening. The bones in her skull aren’t fused together, which allows them to move and slightly overlap, thus making it easier for her to fit through the birth canal.
  • These bones don’t entirely fuse until early adulthood, so they can grow as her brain and other tissue expands during infancy and childhood.

How far along?  33 Weeks & 4 Days

Baby’s size? A pineapple

Stretch marks? No, knock on wood.

Sleep: Sleep for me is getting a lot worse. I toss and turn plenty of times throughout the night trying to get comfortable.  I’ve come to the conclusion that there is no getting comfortable now.  My belly is growing rapidly and it’s hard to get comfortable even with a pillow propping my belly up.  It’s okay though.  All of this is worth it.

Best moment this week: Our nursery furniture was delivered!!  Her room is finally starting to look like a nursery!

Miss Anything?  A fruity cocktail!

Movement: I feel a lot of movement all the time.  The other day I swear I felt her foot and toes!  It felt so weird but I loved that I had the chance to feel it.  I know the movement is going to dissipate a little because she is getting much bigger and is running out of room but for now I am enjoying every kick and punch.  She is quite the active girl.  I guess she takes after her daddy.

Food cravings: Cheese, Decaf Iced Coffee, Outshine Fruit Ice Pops, Fresh Cherries, Peaches, Potato Chips

Anything making you queasy or sick:  My heartburn makes me feel really queasy all the time.  I try to drink a lot of water and take tums when necessary.

Gender: Girl!

Labor Signs: No, thank goodness!

Symptoms: tired, breakouts on my face/body, charlie horses in my legs/feet, indigestion, swollen feet, back pain, pains in my leg, breast leakage (using nursing pads), itchy skin, greasy hair, heavy stomach, pains in groin area (feels like I’ve gone horseback riding for hours upon hours), stretching in my belly, Braxton Hicks Contractions, severe heartburn, nausea, extremely hot

Belly Button in or out? In.

Wedding rings on or off? On.

Happy or Moody most of the time: I’m mostly happy but I’m nervous and stressed.  I just really want it to be time for her to be here already.  I want to hold her in my arms.

Looking forward to: My OB appointment today, meeting the pediatrician tomorrow, and the baby shower on Saturday!

We have quite a few exciting things to do this week!  I’m looking forward to my OB appointment after work today.  I am meeting the last mid-wife who I haven’t met in the practice.  After her, I would have met every midwife which makes me feel comfortable knowing that I have met everyone who might deliver the baby.  I can’t wait to meet the pediatrician tomorrow either.  This office has come highly recommended so I’m sure it will be a great experience.  I also can’t wait to post about our baby shower!  It’s going to turn out wonderfully!

Have a great Wednesday!

 

32 Weeks!!!….

Hi there!  Happy 4th of July!  I apologize for not posting earlier.  It’s been a really hard and stressful week this week.  On Sunday, Mike’s grandmother passed away while we were at her house.  She was very sick and was put on hospice but did not expect her to pass while all of us were at the house.  It was one of the most intense and hard moments I think I have ever witnessed in my life.  His grandmother was partially my grandmother too because I have known her for as long as Mike and I have been together (almost 9 years).  I don’t have any living grandparents so part of me felt like she was a makeshift grandmother to me.  It was very hard and I know she was extremely excited to become a great-grandmother.  I am just so thankful that she had the chance to feel the baby kick.  Mike’s grandfather told me that was the highlight of her last few weeks was feeling her great-granddaughter kick.

For the past few days/nights, we have been going to his grandfather’s house to pay our respects and be with his family.  It’s hard but I feel comfortable knowing that she is not suffering in pain anymore.  In an effort to pick up this somber mood on my blog, I’m going to talk about this week of my pregnancy.

32 Weeks Pregnant

32 Weeks

Fun Facts About the Baby At 32 Weeks

  • By now, the baby weighs 3 3/4 pounds and is about 16.7 inches long, taking up a lot of space in your uterus.
  • You’re gaining about a pound a week and roughly half of that goes right to the baby.  In fact, she’ll gain a third to half of her birth weight during the next 7 weeks as she fattens up for survival outside the womb.
  • She now has toenails, fingernails, and real hair (or at least respectable peach fuzz).  Her skin is becoming soft and smooth as she plumps up in preparation for birth.

How far along?  32 Weeks & 6 Days

Baby’s size? A large jicama

Stretch marks? No, knock on wood.

Sleep: I’ve found that I can sleep for a few hours when I first fall asleep and then everything goes downhill.  I keep a bottle of tums and a bottle of water on my nightstand every night since I’ve been getting severe heartburn.  I toss and turn a lot and stomach has grown drastically over the past week so it’s making it harder and harder to get comfortable.

Best moment this week: Scheduling the delivery of our nursery furniture.

Miss Anything?  An ice-cold alcoholic drink might taste good in this heat wave we are having.

Movement: I feel a ton of movement and it’s very strong.  Sometimes the movement can be painful depending on how hard she kicks or punches me or how she is moving.  She tends to lay completely on my right side so that side of my belly tends to be quit hard.

Food cravings: Cheese, Decaf Iced Coffee, Fruit Ice Pops, Fresh Cherries, Peaches

Anything making you queasy or sick:  I actually got quite sick and threw up Saturday night.  It was from REALLY bad heartburn.  I’ve never felt heartburn so bad in my life.  It literally made me nauseous and throw up.  I’ve been trying to take tums to prevent this.

Gender: Girl!

Labor Signs: No, thank goodness!

Symptoms: tired, breakouts on my face/body, charlie horses in my legs/feet, indigestion, swollen feet, back pain, pains in my leg, breast leakage (using nursing pads), itchy skin, greasy hair, heavy stomach, pains in groin area (feels like I’ve gone horseback riding for hours upon hours), stretching in my belly, Braxton Hicks Contractions, severe heartburn, nausea, extremely hot

Belly Button in or out? In.

Wedding rings on or off? On.  I’m now at the point where my rings are completely stuck on my finger because of the heat.  I don’t think I can manage to take them off at all at this point.

Happy or Moody most of the time: I’m getting really stressed now as we are getting closer and closer.  I think once her nursery is set up, I might feel a little less stress.  I’m nervous and very excited about becoming a mother.  I just hope that I can be the best mommy to her.

Looking forward to: The nursery furniture arriving tomorrow, my baby shower next week, and finally deciding on the baby’s first name and middle name.

So there you have my 32nd week.  My belly is growing constantly now and I find myself looking down and watching it grow bigger and bigger.  To me that means it’s getting closer and closer to the baby getting here.  I can’t wait but I’m nervous.  I know that Mike and I are going to strive to be the best parents that we can be and make sure this baby gets everything that she needs and deserves.

I think the one moment that I am looking forward to the most is staring into her eyes for the first time and telling her how much I love her and how I’ve waited my whole life to meet her and become her mommy.  I get teary eyed just thinking about it.  That is what makes every single moment worth it.  I am going to leave you with that.

I hope you have a wonderful 4th of July holiday weekend!  Keep cool!

Ology Well-Being Products from Walgreens…

Hey there!  Happy Monday!  I hope you had a great weekend!  I will do a weekend recap tomorrow.  Today, I have a post that I am pretty excited to blog about.  I was given the opportunity from Mom’s Meet to try Ology products from Walgreens.

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Ology is a brand from Walgreens that contain household cleaners, paper products, personal care and baby products.  All of these products contain no harmful chemicals, and are 100% tree-free.  Ology works to avoid using toxic chemicals, and they are actively seeking sustainable raw materials and natural ingredients to use in their production process.

I was sent the paper towels, laundry detergent and household cleaner spray to try out.

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It was perfect timing for this because with a baby on the way, I am looking for ways to use more environmentally friendly products and especially products that do not contain chemicals on anything that will be in her room or that she will wear.

I think the most important item that I was sent was the laundry detergent.

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It is imperative that you do not wash newborn babies clothing in detergents that contain harsh chemicals are scents.  So when I was sent Ology laundry detergent to try out, I was really excited.  As we are still waiting for our baby furniture to arrive, I didn’t want to wash all of her clothing or blankets but I did want to try out the detergent to see how it works.  I washed a few of her blankets and towels with Ology and I found that they looked and smelled clean.  It didn’t ruin the materials of the blankets or towels.  The detergent did a great job of making her blankets and towels look nice and clean for her use.  I’m looking forward to using the detergent to wash all of her clothes once we have a place to store them in her room.

Ology 2x Laundry Liquid Detergent is available in a free and clear scent as well as a spring lavender vanilla scent.  Both of these scents are made with only natural ingredients—nothing artificial.  The detergent contains no dyes, artificial fragrances or phosphates.  The following chemicals are NEVER found in any of Ology’s products: ammonia, chlorine bleach, DEA (diethanolamine), TEA (triethanolamine), parabens, phthalates, formaldehyde, nonylphenol ethoxylates, triclosan, and SLS/SLES.  Ology products are never tested on animals.

I also tried out the paper towels that I received.  I wasn’t sure that they would be as absorbent as other paper towels that I use because the fact that they are environmentally friendly but I was highly surprised.  They held up just as well if not better than regular towels that I use.  They held their shape and absorbed any spills that I had to wipe up.  I was very impressed.

The towels are 100% tree-free and are whitened with H2O2, a non-chlorine based bleach.  The towels are made from readily renewable sugar cane husk and quick-growing bamboo that regenerates in as little as six months.  They are available in packs of 2 and sell for $3.99.  They are a little on the pricy side but you are paying for the quality and the fact that they are 100% tree free and do not contain chlorine.  I think I would use these the most in wiping down the furniture and items in the babies room.  I don’t necessarily think I would need to use it in my own home, although I would if I had coupons as it is a little on the pricy side.

I was also looking forward to trying out the All-Purpose Cleaner.  I have always been big on using cleaners that do not contain harsh chemicals or have strong smells.  I have bad allergies and asthma so using harmful products to clean in my home is not something that I like to do.  I try to use all natural cleaning products as much as possible.  I’m going to do so even more when cleaning in the baby’s room.

The Ology All-Purpose Cleaner can be used on kitchen counters, stove tops, and most household surfaces.  The cleaner is free of harmful chemicals.  It does not contain any harsh solvents, dyes, ammonia, or artificial fragrances.  It sells for $3.99 per bottle.  I totally think it’s worth it because of the fact that it does not contain harsh chemicals.  I was impressed when I tried this cleaner out.  It made my kitchen look beautiful and the counter tops were clean.  It did not give off a bad smell and it didn’t leave the surfaces with any residue.  It made the counters look very clean.  I’m looking forward to using this in the baby’s room to clean her furniture and any other items in her room that need to be cleaned.

Overall, I will most likely continue using the All-Purpose Cleaner and the Laundry Detergent in my home.  I personally found that they are most beneficial in my home.  I would highly recommend trying them out in your home.

Have you ever tried Ology products?  What is your opinion on using all-natural products in your home?

I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms MeetSM program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms MeetsSM blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of the product.

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