So much has happened in 3 years that my head starts to hurt at the thought of trying to remember or rather relive some of the pain and anguish that the last 3 years has brought.
There have definitely been some good times and some rainbows after the serious storms. I've considered myself to be an optimist for most of my adult life but to say that the limits of my ability to see the silver lining in most situations have been pushed to the brink would be quite the understatement.
Disclosure/Disclaimer: I was provided 2 products by Kiki's Nation for my unbiased review. I did not receive any other compensation for this review nor did these free products influence my review in any way.
Summer is in full force and if your family is like mine, you try to stay cool by spending a lot of time at the pool!
On this particular outing to a local water park, my girls were ready to head back to the car when we decided to try out a new product that I recently received for review.
Kiki's Nation produces 3 lines of after swim wear that are sure to become favorites of kids and parents everywhere! The skirts, pants and jammers are made of actual towel material, which is not only comfortable but absorbent.
I was sent the Multi Peace Sign Skirt for my youngest daughter and the Jammers towel shorts for my oldest daughter. My girls loved the patterns and vibrant colors! They also like the fact that the samples really fit their personalities. My youngest preferred the skirt, while my oldest was more comfortable in the jammers shorts. I really liked the facts that the clothing ran true to size and we arrived home with car seats that weren't wet! The absorbency of the towel material was great and my girls have been asking me to be sure and pack their new cover-ups every time I pack a pool bag now.
The designs are fun and will appeal to a wide range of kids, young and older. Kiki's Nation also produces some cute towel bags that would be fun for the pool or beach. You should check them out on their website, Facebook page or follow them on Twitter!
On my table. Our kitchen table is normally full of emptied back pack contents, stray pencils & whatever papers haven't yet made it to the recycling bin. This morning, the table also housed the dolls of 2 very excited girls who were ready for a first day of camp.