Things I'm Loving FriYay #14

Hello and once again...Happy Friday!

I don't know about the weather where you are at, but here in Wyoming we have officially bypassed fall and went straight to winter. *tear  I mean, just look at these two photos taken a mere 24 hours apart.

Monday morning's beautiful fog.
Tuesday morning's snowfall
I'm not kidding, nearly every beautiful leaf is gone, we have snow on the ground, and the wind is starting to pick up. And I wouldn't mind so much hubby let me decorate for Christmas just a tad early. Because that is what this weather calls for. But no, he is pulling on the reigns and I would be a horrible wife if I went ahead and decorated without him...right?

Either way, in the spirit of keeping things on the positive side here are a few of my favorite things this week.


  • Soleil by Refresh

Okay, okay, okay, I know I did it again. I seriously think I have a carbonated water addiction and it is getting out of hand. I have probably tried every brand on the market in this town by now. Of course, I take both flavor and price into consideration into account when making these decisions because delicious or not, I will NOT spend major bucks on water.

Fortunately, I discovered this new brand at Albertsons last night. They were on sale--an entire 12 pack for $3. That and the Kroger brand are the best deals I have found so far. And, although I have only had the grapefruit flavor, these are tasty.

I am a die-hard water drinker. You know, one of those weirdos that think plain waters "tastes good." But what I love about the carbonated waters is they feel like a treat and also help keep me full. I usually grab one when I am heading into the kitchen for an unneeded snack.

  • WeeSprout Reusable Food Pouches

I'll be the first to admit that before I had a child I was the woman that swore up and down she would make all of their baby food from scratch. Yeah...that lasted all of one time and then I discovered the glory of Beech-Nut baby food. They pretty much did the same thing for me and each jar was only a dollar. Seriously, check them out.

But I am the mom that is getting a little tired of searching for healthy yet affordable snack pouches. My son loves them and other than his smoothies I swear it is the only way I can get his veggies crammed in. But unless I find them on sale they usually are about $1.25-$2 a piece and can add up pretty quickly.

However, my friend introduced me to these babies and I have to say they are a genius invention. They are easy to fill with whatever you wish and dishwasher safe so you don't have to worry about the cleanup hassle. Plus--no worrying about finding mold in the nozzle!


 Disclaimer: None of the items or places featured in this post are sponsored and companies did not pay to have a certain product included. They are featured only because I absolutely LOVE them. Some affiliate links are included and I truly appreciate your support.


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