Stilettos and Diapers Reviews: April 2012

Monday, April 30, 2012

Waterpik EcoFlow Shower Head Review + {GIVEAWAY} {CLOSED}

Congrats to Alison for winning the WaterPik EcoFlow! 

You want me to use something that saves money and makes my showers oh so lovely? Well, okay then! 

EcoFlow shower heads provide conservation without compromise. I was sent this 5 spray setting shower head and promptly had the hubs with a wrench in my bathroom. 
I'm not sure why we haven't changed the shower heads in our house, simply for the ease of a removable shower head. Washing kids hair has actually become easy instead of sheer torture.

This shower head has 5 different spray settings and easily adjust between me and my 6'2" hubs. The nice variety of settings makes it perfect to use for us, as well as the kids. The different shower heads in the EcoFlow family come in a variety of finishes, styles and spray settings to best fit your needs. 

On top of that, EcoFlow low flow shower heads save on average $100/year. (I can buy a couple pairs of shoes for $100!) 

In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act, you can take an online pledge to conserve water here

Want to win an EcoFlow shower head and save your family $100 per year? 

1 winner will receive a hand held shower head valued at $51.99 simply by filling out the Rafflecopter widget below!

Giveaway ends 5/6/12 and winner must contact me within 24 hours of giveaway close. 
I received a Waterpik EcoFlow shower head for myself and 1 winner as part of a promotional program with MomSelect. I was in no other way compensated for this review. All opinions are mine.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Chalk City Review + {GIVEAWAY} {CLOSED}

Congrats to Kristi, our ChalkCity winner!

 I've heard "Chalk City" come out of Cooper's mouth more times in the past couple weeks than I can even count. 

What is it, you ask? It's a family of outdoor toys that combines two activities that boys and girls love—playing with sidewalk chalk and playing with riding toys. 

This is Cooper opening it up and checking it out.  
On being told what it was and how it works, he started jumping up and down and making all the pictures blur. 
I love making a "obstacle course" for him around the driveway. The signs are stencils that you can hop on and complete a task. Things like "turn around", "hop", "do 12 jumping jacks" sure do get his energy out! 
  The "road maker" is a pole that you stick sidewalk chalk into to create roads for riding bikes through, stenciling the obstacles onto, or both. 
 And a very parent friendly feature, is that the road maker folds up and everything is neatly stored in mesh bags. I love toys that actually help with keeping our garage tidy! 
There is an activity book that has multiple games you can play. Cooper is a big young for the organized games, but I know we will be using them in the future. They would be perfect for a party! 

There are also maps of actual cities that you can recreate. Want to draw a map of Paris in your driveway? No problem. There's directions for that! 

Coop is such a big chalk fan and Chalk City has stepped his love up a bit. I have done the drawing for him some, but its easy enough for him to do it himself. We love it!

You can find stores to buy at here, or you can buy on Amazon

But guess what? Chalk City is giving one of you a complete Chalk City Kit! This includes the road maker, obstacle signs, street signs, the activity book and chalk! 

To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter widget below! 

I was given a complete Chalk City Kit to review plus 1 to giveaway. All thoughts and opinions are mine.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Naturalizer Review + {GIVEAWAY} {CLOSED}

Congrats to Katie E. who is our winner! I will be sending you an email! 

When I was contacted about doing a review of Naturalizer shoes, I honestly thought, nahh. I'll save that for someone that wears that type of shoe. Then I wised up that someone wanted to GIVE me a pair of shoes, so I better check it out. 

Umm, so glad I did. 

Naturalizer: Not yo momma's shoes anymore. 
I've had these suckers 1 week and have already worn them twice. 
Their new spring collection is fantastic! I was sent the Sherrie, shown above. They are part of the N5 comfort collection. Yes, these shoes are comfortable. The N5 line adds extra cushioning, breathable lining, balance from heel to toe, flexible soles and lightweight material. Naturalizer also comes in many hard to find sizes, from small to large, narrow to wide.

Some of my other fave styles are the Panya, Kenna and Decade.

So you like them? Want to win a pair for yourself? 

Naturalizer is giving a gift card for a free pair of shoes purchased in-store or online!  

Simply fill out the Rafflecopter widget below, gaining entries for following Stilettos and Diapers blogs, and following Stilettos and Diapers and Naturalizer on Facebook and Twitter! 

I received the above pair of shoes as well as a gift card for the winner from the Brown Shoe Company through MyBlogSpark in exchange for this review. I was in no other way compensated. All opinions are mine.