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These are great!! Really really soft and fit the oval bassinet shape wonderfully. These were the cheapest I could find and for the quality, I would say the price is right on. Would buy again!
Paper quality is very similar if not the same as 2014 edition. The cover also tends to fold over like 2014 edition. New graphs/illustrations and revisions are very good. Better then 2014 version. Do wish cover was sturdier.
I believe this should be a must-have for every mom of a newborn. Or a perfect gift for a baby-shower: you are almost guaranteed it will be unique and the mom-to-be will be thankful to you once the baby gets runny nose and she overcomes the fear to try it. I love it,, and even though my baby doesn't like too much the whining of the vacuum cleaner nearby, the thing itself is very gentle and sucks the nose neat-and-clean and is so easy to disasemble and wash afterwards. A perfect product.
Wow! I must have fallen into Kinky Curly land where every one has fallen in love with the Kinky Curly god. What is so great? I bought the shampoo, conditioner, curling custard, spritz, AND pomade, and I must admit that at first I thought that I really had something good. I would say I have 4a hair. I was initially disappointed because even though the products defined my curl, it still remained in an afro shape, not laying as I had seen in many (all) of the videos (and I looked at quite a lot). But again, the curl was much more defined. I initially put a pretty good amount on, following the directions, making sections and applying to dripping wet hair. My hair took almost two days to dry! Now that is ridiculous! My hair was a little crisp when it dried so I applied a small amount of the pomade which did it's job with no problem. While in the drying stage I also found the back of my hair to be quite gummy. Hmmm, wet and gummy, great. About the third day I tried the Spritz which only added to the gumminess. I decided to try the product again but this time I would use less. I did and found that the product still took about 8 hours to dry and when it did my hair was defined in parts and not defined in others, and again I had the gummies. I could go on but, why? For me the thing is this, some day (hopefully soon) some one will come out with a product that can work well with kinky (type 4) hair. My curly wavy sisters, this product maybe great for you but I have a thumbs down for kinky sisters. Use the shampoo, use the conditioner, but leave the curly creme and the spritz for those in the curly-wavy section.
i did this program a couple years ago and got rid of my diabetes. When you get hingry night time sautee some kale or brocolli in coconut oil
I see some people saying it's watery and such. The guy at the mall immediately opened it once I purchased it and said he had to let the air out. I am assuming this is what causes it to become more of a gel like substance. He was extremely insistent and enthusiastic. He made it seem like he was hiding the "discount" he was giving me, from his boss who was walking around. He said it was 80$ but then he pulls out a calculator and shows me $39.99! And woe is me I forgot to check trust amazon and I fell for it. He also charged me for the moisturizer despite me telling him to only charge me for the facial peeling first, since I wasn't not sure my card was at it's limit. He saw that I had mastercard and said they have some deal with mastercard and gave me another discount on the moisturizer after he showed me the price it would pull up oh the computer. Obviously they didn't have a deal with master card, and they were just willing to say anything to get you to buy the product. On the other hand, it really isn't that bad. Just extremely over priced in malls. The people who sell it, namely the guy I had the misfortune of encountering, are so sus.
Sometimes I can be a bit naïve. I noticed that my K550 was not taking my old K-Cups so I called Keurig customer service to get answers. I was told that I cannot use these K-Cups so that the company could guarantee the "quality" of my coffee. I quizzed the customer service representative on what he meant by quality, then I tried again with his supervisor when I could not get a logical answer. Does quality mean better tasting coffee; Stronger or weaker coffee? This “2.0 issue” was quickly becoming an intriguing mystery. The supervisor read from the same "script". I suggested to him that the word "quality" is so generic that it has become almost meaningless. Why would the Company keep throwing out the word “quality” without an in-depth explanation? I apologized to the supervisor for not comprehending and tried again with a different question: What advantage does the new 2.0 Brewer have over the old one? The older machines I then discovered could take all the K-Cups. The older machines could accept the refillable cups so that I could use my favorite blends at a lower cost. The older machines are not limited by the 2.0 RFID/DRM” restrictions!