Saturday, July 7, 2012

My Petite Peanut- Review and Giveaway!!

About My Petite Peanut:

Jennie is the WAHM behind My Petite Peanut. She is happily married to a wonderful man who is in the Coast Guard.The have a beautiful 9 month old daughter, and two furry babies- a cat named Sylvester and a dog named Chunky Monkey. They have recently moved to Savannah, GA from Long Island, NY and look forward to many more exciting moves!

Jennie has recently taken some time off from teaching to stay at home with her little Angel.  She  is a Special Education Teacher, working primarily with preschool children with Autism.  Se adores teaching special needs children. She feels like she is able to really connect with them and be her silly playful self all day long.  

Jennie has always been crafty and has had a love for the Arts. She has enjoyed many forms of art including pottery. photography, painting and drawing.  Growing up her Mother and Step Mother did a lot of sewing, and Jennie took several textiles classes. She remembers making herself a skirt, pajama bottoms and a jacket during her classes. She began to sew again this past December because she wanted to make some things for her daughter.  She had been looking for particular items and when she could not find what she was looking for she decided to make them. She had some people asking her where she had purchased some of the things that she had made, so she began making them for friends as well. From their her business is history.

Jennie works during her daughters nap-time's and bedtime.  She has found so much joy in being a WAHM.  Her favorite thing about being a WAHM is being there for her daughter.  She is able to be a part of every accomplishment and milestone.  She has been there for everything, big or small with a front row seat to the show.  She loves being a mother.  She says it is the best gift she could have asked for. 

Jennie has several new products in the works including a highchair liner (It fits inside of the seat, almost like a shopping cart cover, and can easily be removed to wash unlike most highchair cushions) and an AIO (All In One) cloth diaper (with a fit similar to Fuzzibunz-  Trim between the legs with snaps to adjust the sizing for the rise and the waist.)  Her daughter is tall and skinny (much like Miss Zoey) and she has had a very hard time finding cloth diapers that fit her nicely. She has been experimenting with a few designs and hopes to have these listed shortly.

Price List:
Bibs $10
Burp Cloth $7
Sensory Strip $6
Ribbon Rectangle $8
Changing Pad $25
Onesie $10
Strap Sleeves $8
(Prices for the Highchair Liner and Cloth Diaper are to be determined)

What I thought:
Miss Zoey reviewed a wonderful Bib. It is double sided (one side a waterproof PUL fabric,  and the other side is three layers of a cute print flannel).  We really loved it because we could use each side for different meals. We used the PUL (waterproof side) for nights like spaghetti night- so that we could wipe away a majority of the mess and toss it in the wash.  We used the flannel side for things like drinks, and ice cream treats so that Miss Z stays nice and dry.  It was super easy to use, and super easy to care for.  I was able to wash it with all of my regular clothes too which was really nice.  I also liked that this one was a snap closure instead of aplix... No getting it stuck to the rest of our laundry!

This is one of the first bibs I go to when miss Z eats, and I would highly recommend it for every toddler!

You can find their FB page here.
You can order from them here.

Make sure to keep an eye out on My Petite Peanut's page!  She  will be giving a coupon code out when she hits 150 fans!!

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