Product Reviews

Soup Should Be Seen, Not Heard!

Soup Should Be Seen, Not Heard!

What is the key to being polite?  How do you set the table?  When do you write a thank you note?  What do you do before leaving a party? Have you wondered how to teach these things to your kids without sounding like you were preaching to them?  Mom-Spot.com was presented with a solution by(…)

Mad Pax 101

Mad Pax 101

Let your mini monster store his gear in a one-of-a-kind backpack from MadPax; the creators of cutting edge design backpacks for both kids and adults alike. There are two really different, amazing designs. The first is the Spiketus Rex. This backpack is half dinosaur and half mad scientist. It is a backpack covered with soft(…)

Celebrate National Coffee Day with Mom-Spot.com

Celebrate National Coffee Day with Mom-Spot.com

Happy National Coffee Day! Anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE COFFEE! Even my former boss gave me 2 bags of coffee and a cool sign this past Christmas (No Coffee, No Workee). My husband, family, and volunteers also know that I can make a mean pot of coffee too. Really, the truth is(…)

I See I Learn – Book Review and Giveaway

I See I Learn – Book Review and Giveaway

The Mom-Spot.com Network had the opportunity this year to attend Blogher and learn about a lot of fun products.  Of particular interest is an I See I Learn series of books for preschoolers.  This series is designed to help young children learn skills important to daily life, like making friends, dealing with bullying, and playground(…)

Sprout Organic Toddler Meals

Sprout Organic Toddler Meals

  I would love to tell you my kids prefer to eat healthy foods vs. non-healthy foods, but I can’t. It’s like they have a nose for things Mommy is trying to slip past them. When I shoved a Sprout Organic Toddler Meal in front of my daughter, she took one look at it and(…)

Crispy Green’s Crispy Fruit and FruitziO

Crispy Green’s Crispy Fruit and FruitziO

By Darci Jordan, Product Review Specialist So, I’m not sure how many actual “food groups” there are anymore. Googling the topic results in anywhere from four to eight groups, and they all have really long names like: “Meat, poultry, fish, dry beans and nut group.” Nut group? I became a member of the original Nut(…)