Friday, 21 November 2014

I am going to visit RBC Avion Holiday Boutique in Coquitlam. #AvionVIP

“Disclosure: I am part of the RBC Avion Holiday Boutique Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”
I can't believe that Christmas is just around the corner. Since our house is at the end of renovation, we are trying our best to put every minute into it. I hardly start my Christmas shopping YET! It will be a crazy full day when we start. I am super happy that I have Avion Holiday Boutique waiting for me to take a break. I will let you know about my experience next week. Stay tune!

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Gift Guide: Good night sleep tight with Headleveler #Review #Giveaway #GiftGuide

Consider giving someone you love a good nights sleep for Christmas this year? Maybe Headleveler will be a great gift for someone you love.

Headleveler is a cervical pillow. It has been well known to Health Care Professionals for over 25 years.

Do you have trouble sleeping or have trouble getting comfortable? Perhaps it could be your pillow that is contribution to this. If you dream of having a good nights sleep, you might want to consider choosing the right pillow.

I have never learned so much about pillows until I got to know Headleveler. Here's the information from their website that I think we all should be aware of.

I have been using Headleveler for a while. I like that it is firm, but soft and comfortable. Many pillows in the market are made out of foam. Some of you may not be aware but there are many reasons not to use foam pillows.

- They are too hot to sleep on as there is no air circulation throughout the pillow.
- Foam pillows are not washable. Therefore may be unsanitary.
- Foam pillows are not user friendly in that they may cause irritation of the upper respiratory system in some people as most foam materials are urethane based.

Most regular pillows sold in department stores are the traditional regular one-compartment pillows, the stuffing material tends to disperse and displace itself to concentrated areas of the pillow thereby losing all organized support and head-leveling comfort. Polyester fiber, the modern-day duvet, is the preferred stuffing material as it allows for aeration and is washable.

Headleveler pillows are different. They do not use foam in their products. There are 3 separate compartments. Each of them has different width to suit one's neck length. Headleveler offers 7 different thicknesses pillows that you can choose from. Each thickness is targeted to individualise one's specific head-leveling requirements.

Headleveler review

It might sounds complicated but they offer very easy steps to order pillows that best suit you. There are 2 different ways: Size Charts and Custom made assistant. You just have to follow the form on their website.

Buy it!

Consider giving your love ones a good night sleep, this is a perfect time to buy. For a limited of time, they offer free shipping on all orders in USA and Canada. Use Promo Code HAPPY2014 on all Standard, Queen, King, Travel and Junior pillows! (Until December 1st, 2014) 

Order a Travel Pillow and get a free Travel Bag valued at $19.95. Without this promotion, you have to buy it separately. 

Order a Junior Pillow and get free Custom-Size Junior Pillow case valued at $12.95.

Don't wait and take advantage for these awesome promotions and safe more. Visit their holiday gift shop to order yours!


You don't want to miss this giveaway. 

One of my readers will win a Junior Pillow + Custom Pillow case (value of $63.90). They are hypo-allergenic, hypo-bacteriogenic (because they are washable) and available in two different thicknesses:
Junior Small = 20 - 35 lbs 
Junior Large = 35 - 50 lbs 

They also provide a gentle neck-support and have been created to accommodate the small curvature of a child. This is a chance for you to get a pillow for your child when he or she transitions into his/her own bed from the crib.This giveaway open to both Canadian and US residents.

This is my daughter when she received her pillow from Headleveler. She is one lucky girl. Your love ones will be as happy as my daughter when they open their gifts this Christmas.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Down Syndrome muttering: Starting solid with Elias #DownSyndrome

Down Syndrome baby
I was scared to start solid food with Elias. I have heard many parents told me that he can choke because of his muscle tone, plus he cannot sit yet. So I waited until he is 7 months old.

His first meal, I tried banana because that was what we had. After that I introduced him pears. I had been giving him only those 2 fruits for not long then it started.

Elias was in such a big trouble when he wants to do number 2. He was in pain and cried every time. His dietician recommended me to give him some prune juice about a tbs or 2 which I did but it didn't work. He was still in such a great pain.

One of my friend who has a 2 years old DS boy recommended me to try NutraCleanse. I haven't had a chance to get it yet.

My sister-in-law babysat him last week and gave him a whole jar of prune baby food. I didn't expect him to be able to eat that much but it WORKED! It was such a relief.

I talked to his pediatrician. She recommended me to try giving him different type of food. I have to try to find what works what is not with him. We want to hold back any type of medicine as much as we can. I will definitely use prune. It only thing that I am worrying is he has to eat quite a bit to be able to go. That means, I cannot give him anything else to eat.

So far, I found that if he has 1 jar a day, it seems to be ok. The other 2 meals, I can try to give him something else.

I hope this will fade away and he will be able to go easily. I know that constipated can be part of being a Down Syndrome symptom. Hopefully he won't have it forever.


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