This year's warehouse sale is going to be better than usual. We are moving to a new warehouse and really need to get rid of inventory! We will be selling more than just toys and clothes, we'll be getting rid of tissue paper and ribbon, small displays, shabby chic furniture, and lots more.
Amy Rowland, owner of Wee Little Sprouts, is having a workshop! Well, it's really two workshops in one...
Have you been considering cloth diapers? Amy will be giving an informative talk on why you may want to try the cloth diaper vs the throw away kind. She will demo the different brands we carry, along with the accessories and covers they come with.
In addition, she is going to give a demo of how to use each type of baby sling, letting you know the pros and cons of each. After having two children of her own, in addition to running the store, she's a person you can trust for some simple, straight forward information.
We carry three kinds of baby slings; the Over the Shoulder Baby Holder, the Moby Wrap, and the ERGO baby. Both men and women will want to see which carriers are best for them.
Do a Dot Art is hosting a FREE play date this month! Kids can spark their imagination and awaken creativity with fun dot markers. Wee Little Sprouts will be providing the activity pages, see here to view one!
It's easy to use and doesn't need cups, brushes, or have drips or spills.
Call us at 760 728 9339 for more details on Do a Dots!
We just read an interesting article about strange cravings that some women experience during their pregnancy. We knew that it happened from time to time, but didn't really know it had a name of it's own! Most people don't even realize that women can crave dirt and chalk while they are pregnant, so we wanted to share this article with you. Here is a snippet:
"Strange cravings during pregnancy are referred to as "pica," eating non-food substances. Pica stems from the Latin word for Magpie, a bird known for eating pretty much anything. Pica occurs to a small percentage of pregnant women, less than 30 percent, and many women are unaware of this experience until it happens to them, or someone they know.
The first question many ask is why women have cravings for dirt in the first place. Unfortunately the answer is not entirely known for certain, although some studies have shown it may be due to an iron deficiency or even an overall lacking of minerals that have not been consumed from regular food intake. Getting enough vitamins during pregnancy is important, and it may be nature kicking in to find these minerals elsewhere, often, from dirt."
To read the full article, check out healthtree.com or click HERE to go straight to it.
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