Juli Auclair shares with you Parents TV's favorite products for Moms and kids to use.
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Juli Auclair: Here at Parents TV, we are constantly receiving great products for babies, kids, and moms too; and you'll often find us playing with the toys in the office to see how they work. We'll today we wanted to share some of the products that we love with you. So, first if you like to workout or you do yoga, you're gonna love this line of clothing by Our Love Yoga. It's not only comfortable, but it's affordable too. They have great stuff for mom. I love the chakra tank with the burnout tunic over it; it's so soft, and look at these great lotus fitness pants; these are perfect because they are long, I like that; and for babies, the Baby Buddha and the Teeny Yoginis Onesie, so adorable; gotta get those for your babies. Okay moving on to Michele Baratta at Home jewelry collection, I just love this. Her designs were inspired by her children and her grandmother. They're just beautiful and they're really different. The picture frame pendants that you see here can hold photos of your kids or who ever is really near and dear to your heart. My husband and children gave me one, it's a bracelet. Does not have the locket, I wear it every single day. They gave it to me for Mother's Day, really like this. Okay, little girls like to wear jewelry too, not just mom. So, we've got something for your baby girl too. It's really cute, it's right here, and it's called Bumble Bells. They're expendable sterling silver anklets, hear that. They've got tiny bells on them for toddlers and babies. You'll always know where your baby is, if they're crawling around with one of this on. Gwen Stefani is a fan of these; she bought one for baby Zuma who is wearing it in this picture. And Bumble Bells is safety certified by the American Society for Testing and Materials. Okay, if you're having a hard time potty training your toddler, we've got a great kit that can help; the Potty Tots Training Program is for boys and girls. Inside is a great book about the Potty Tots to read with your kids, a DVD with animated story, and Potty Tots songs, and a really cute football inspired progress chart; everything is in 1 box instead of 13 separate DVDs, books, and charts, such a great idea. Now, I wish this next product was available when I have my daughter Daniella, it's called Pumpy and its designed for mom's who are breastfeeding and pumping, and its hands free pumping support that holds the breast pump in place, just goes right through these 2 slits in the front, its like a stretchy strapless bra, which is great hooks right in the front there, the best thing is you can put it right over your nursing bra and this is gonna be huge for moms who you know wanna have there hands free to do other things or just relax when they're pumping, so great. Now, another product they really like is Dapple Baby Bottle in Dish Liquid. It's great for cleaning baby bottles, pacifiers, Sippy cups, breast pumps, and is good for adult dishes too, which is a bonus. Its natural base, it's paraben, Phtalate, SLES and dye-free, and there is also toy and surface cleaner, spray and wipes. I love that. Okay, did you ever wish that you could make your own granola so it could have like more dried fruit or maybe flax seed or nuts in it? Now you can. You just go to MixMyGranola.com to customake it. First you choose a base, organic or low-fat granola, french vanilla granola, or organic muesli, and then you just choose from almost 20 dried fruits, dried nuts, seeds, and then extras like choco chips, fruit loops, gummy bears, peanut butter bits, even candy corns; I know it sounds crazy, but its really yummy. Okay, from granola to candy. I'm a huge fan, a huge fan of Qbel all-natural chocolate candy bar made by a dad who wanted to give his kids a treat that he could feel really good about. No artificial colors, no artificial flavors or preservatives, no high fructose, corn syrup or hydrogenated oils; isn't that huge? And here's the best part, they taste amazing. There are few different kinds, there

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