Author: Yvette Nichols

Mom to Toddler Boy and soon-to-be mom to Baby Girl. Recruiter by day (and sometimes nights and weekends). Passionate about connecting talented people to opportunities where they can fully realize their true potential. Consumer enthusiast at heart.

This adorable gift set arrived and my heart swooned when I opened it. The set contains a beautiful cream-colored faux fur swing coat, a bunny muff, and an adorable hat in the same faux fur material with bunny ears. The quality of the items is superb – everything is well...

We love our Baby Deedee Sleep sacks. We swaddled our son for the first two months, but once he found his thumb and a way to self soothe, we realized we were better off swapping him to a sleep sack. I had been given one that was a Halo fleece...

After attending a number of outdoor picnics this Summer, I decided we needed to be better equipped for these gatherings with something better than a regular blanket. I am so glad we now have the JJ Cole Essentials Outdoor blanket. The 5 foot by 7 foot size is perfect for...

For my first child, I used the Summer Infant cot with mesh lining. While it was fine, it required me to bend over quite a bit, which I knew I wouldn’t be up for this time around. We knew on advance I would be having a planned C-Section and with...

  These socks are adorable and make such a fun gift! Super soft and snug-fitting, these socks bring a smile to my face. The cheeky names for each day: “Manic Monday, Taco Tuesday, Hump Day, Thirsty Thursday, TGIF, Saturday Night and Sunday Funday” are too cute. Like many of Satsuma...

Highly recommend this chair! So, I’ll admit that my husband and I cheaped out on buying a nice high chair with our son and instead opted for the IKEA Antilop High Chair. While this chair has been fine for the last 6 months, what it was missing is what the...

Prior to my son being born I had heard from a number of friends with babies that a good swing was an absolute must have. I was given the My Little Snug a Bunny Cradle n’ Swing prior to his arrival and for the first few weeks of his life...