“a boutique style convention dedicated to bringing modern parents and mothers-to-be together. Our focus is on natural and organic parenting methods and timeless tidbits a we journey through parenthood together. Our seminars and workshops include: babywearing, birth, breastfeeding, cloth diapering, car seat safety, natural health and medicine, baby gear, childproofing and so much more!”
While I support all these topics in concept, I don’t practice many of them with my own sons, now ages 2 and 6. We have always used disposable diapers, I bottle-fed them both, I went back to work full-time when my oldest son was 2 ½ and worked until my youngest was 18 months old before returning home to blog full-time. We try our best to eat whole foods when possible, but don’t adhere to an organic diet and can sometimes be found in the fast food drive-thru lane.
MommyCon has one event left this year and then more upcoming next year! Here’s their line-up of the next cities they will be in:
I’d love to share one of the products I received at MommyCon, a Kiinde Breastfeeding Starter Kit.
This breastmilk collection, storage, preparation, and feeding gift set contains:
20 Twist Pouches, direct-pump, recyclable breastmilk storage pouches
8 Direct-Pump adapters (compatible with ALL major pump brands)
1 Keeper breastmilk storage bag holder
2 Squeeze natural feeding bottles
1 Slow flow Active Latch nipple with case
1 Medium flow Active Latch nipple with case
1 Fast flow Active Latch nipple with case
2 Nipple cleaning brushes
This giveaway is a $39.99 ARV. One lucky reader is going to win this for themselves. Just fill out the giveaway form below.
About the author: Mending the Piggy Bank’s author and newly minted stay-at-home-mom to two crazy boys ages 2 and 6, Brianna, shares her frugal living tips, squealin’ fun activities in the Central PA area to do, hot deals, product reviews and delicious recipes on her growing blog. The self-described thrifty mama extraordinaire stockpiles name-brand diapers for $2 a package, cooks amazing meals on a $50 per week budget for her family of 4 and couponed long before it was considered a verb.