This post is sponsored by Baby Dove. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
School is out for summer! I turned off my 6 am alarm with the quickness after I put Peyton on that bus on her last day. Now we’re just waiting on this rainy season in Georgia to pass so we can have some fun in the sun. My girls are very active so they love nothing more than to play at the park or head to the pool. While summer break is a time for Harper to play hard, I also need to stay on top of her baby skin care routine. Warm weather brings on a whole new set of risks for Harper’s skin. Exposure to sunrays, bug bites, and extra baths. Dove has always supported women with great skincare products so I was excited about the launch of their Baby Dove collection last year. Harper’s baby skin still needs extra care, especially in the summer.
Hey guys! I’ll be in the Chicago area this Saturday with Dr. Miracle’s at Walmart in Evergreen Park from 11-2pm.
I’ll be there talking about Dr. Miracle’s products can help you maintain healthy hair while wearing protective styles. I’ll also have some great baskets and gift card giveaways. I love meeting everyone that supports me and my family! See you soon!
This summer is flying by! Because of my crazy Dr. Miracle’s Tour schedule, I only have Mon-Thursday to get everything done. Peyton is still in gymnastics and Harper started a dance class, so we’re pretty busy. We’re doing our best to enjoy the few days a week that we’re not ripping and running. We finally had time to take these “old school” pics that give me Summertime Chi vibes. Links to everything below. Hope you enjoy them!
Photos by K Visuals
This post is sponsored by The J.M. Smucker Company, all opinions are my own.
Summer break will be here soon! Entertaining both girls all day can be a lot of work but I’m looking forward to not having to wake up at the crack of dawn. It’s also a time to plan some fun play dates with my mom friends. Since my mom friends are tired like a mother like me, I’ll be serving a new summertime treat, Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew. As a refreshing pick me up, Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew is perfect for a warm day. Available at Walmart, I’m going to show you how easy it is to make a pitcher of Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew.
Each box of Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew comes with two packets that will make two pitchers. I’m only making one pitcher.
I open one packet and drop the two bags in my pitcher.
I add water as directed and place the pitcher in the fridge overnight (8 hours). Once I’m ready to drink, I can add in more water for my desired cold brew strength.
After pouring my Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew over ice, I added a little almond milk. I have the perfect refreshing drink at home.
I’ve already got my porch all ready up to host my girlfriends and their kids this summer. One pitcher is good to sip on for up to a week when refrigerated. Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew is great to serve at play dates or just to sip on at home. Head to Walmart to find Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew in the coffee aisle.
Are you a cold brew/ice coffee fan? I’m looking for more delicious ways to drink my Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew so please share what you like in your ice coffee.
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Catching flights, not feelings… Is that what the youngin’s saying? I’ve been catching both. I’ve been in my feeling because I miss my husband and my girls but I’m also excited about this opportunity traveling with Dr. Miracle’s. I spent last weekend in Memphis and got a chance to hit the town.