#voicesavekorin she has a more interesting sound. He has a better stage presence.
As many of you know, I adopted a little boy who was born in January. This sweet little dude is named Finnigan and he was born with his intestines on the outside of his body. Because of this birth defect, he suffers from a lot of GI problems. People always ask me: "Is he a good baby?" and I make sure to tell them that all babies are good babies. But I know what they really mean is if he is difficult and Finn definitely fits that description. He is a harrrrrrd baby to parent. Because of the struggles we went through, I decided to put together a round-up of the best and most helpful products I used with Finn. I am hoping it helps some of you in your journey with your fussy - albeit precious - baby: http://www.pocketyourdollars.com/2015/08/coping-with-fussy-babies Even if you don't have a high-needs baby, please consider sharing this on your timeline. I want my struggles to help people and I can't do that without you all. Hugs! -Emmy
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I am in a Facebook group called Laundry Love & Science and I can't get over how many of the folks on there are obsessed with Shark vacuums. Seriously, they are always posting the junk they got out of their carpets. So when my SIL was looking for a new vacuum, I recommended a Shark. My hubby put it together for her and then we watched when she vacuumed for the first time. Even though the carpet didn't look dirty, it sucked up an ENORMOUS amount of nastiness. So when I tell you a Shark is the way to go, do realize that I know what I am talking about. If I have piqued your interest, take a look at the two Shark vacuums we found today. Both are epic deals: http://www.pocketyourdollars.com/?s=shark