I stumbled upon Raising Rascals a while back. It’s a fabulous online shop filled with awesome and unique finds. Best of all? Canadian!! Whoo Hoo! The only thing that rivals their product quality and selection is the customer service! Coreen is one of the friendliest people you’ve ever met! Partnered with Kathleen, these moms search out trendy and practical items that aren’t available in your local store!
I was privileged to review a pair of Little Soles shoes for John-John. If you’ve been around here for a while, you know that I am all about quality shoes! I am delighted to report that these completely meet my standards. lol. I’d never heard of Little Soles prior to this review but I’m delighted to have discovered them. The softest leather, flexible soles, cute styles…you can’t go wrong with that! Right now, Raising Rascals has some great sales on these shoes right now! Head over now and take a peek because Beautiful Calling readers get a 10% discount with coupon code beautifulcalling.
Raising Rascals was also kind enough to send me a little surprise with the shoes; some Dimpleskins Bum Bum Balm. Initially, I wasn’t sure how much use I would get out of it since, with using cloth diapers, my littles very seldom have diaper rash issues. But during the week of VBS, I fell behind on laundry and ended up using disposables. Poor little John’s bottom quickly developed a red bottom but theBum Bum Balm cleared it up just as quickly.I’ve also been using it on Chloe’s eczema with great success. My little ones are both ‘blessed’ with sensitive skin and neither of them have had any issues using it. It smells wonderful, is fast absorbing and not greasy at all. And it is all natural which is a huge deal for me on my quest to become more ‘green‘ for the health of my family and the environment! I’m even more concerned about the products my family uses after looking up the toxicity rating of many baby products!
Dimpleskins also makes several other products. One that really caught my eye was their Boo Boo Goo (don’t you just love the names?) My daughter is 2 1/2 and seems to think that each little scratch requires a band-aid. I am a ‘tough love’ mommy and feel that there needs to be blood to warrant a band-aid. However, I do hand out kisses and a little smear of cream liberally.
Are you a band-aid family or a kisses and cream family?
Raising Rascals has great gift ideas, practical baby items, adorable shoes, back to school essentials and more! Visit Raising Rascals today to take advantage of the coupon code beautifulcalling for 10% off!