Bumkins

17 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Twice the SuperBib fun! Made from Bumkins’ lightweight, easy wipe, machine washable waterproof fabric, SuperBibs are both comfortable and durable. Sized to fit ages 6 to 24 months, these bibs feature a back shoulder Velcro closure for a quick, adjustable and tug-proof fit. With a handy catch-all pocket for containing spills, this bib is a […]

16 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Super Bib – Bumkin – Always Hungry, Feed Me, Good Vibes 3PK 6-24M New S3-GG [price_with_discount] Click Here to Buy

16 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Three times the coverage! Made from Bumkins’ lightweight, easy wipe, machine washable waterproof fabric, SuperBibs are both comfortable and durable. Sized to fit ages 6 to 24 months, these bibs feature a back shoulder Velcro closure for a quick, adjustable and tug-proof fit. With a handy catch-all pocket for containing spills, this bib is a […]

14 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Fun shaped teethers from Bumkins are specifically designed with textures to soothe aching gums. These can also be refrigerated or frozen for additional relief. Easy to clean and dishwasher safe (top rack only). BPA free and non toxic. [price_with_discount] Click Here to Buy

14 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Bumkins Nintendo® Entertainment System™ Silicone Teether. 3+ months. Official Nintendo Licensed Product™. 100% food grade silicone. No lead. No BPA. No PVC. No phthalates. Safety tested. [price_with_discount] Click Here to Buy

11 Jun 19
Aman

Baby diapers are a part of baby care products, which allows baby to urinate or defecate without spoiling clothes or external environment. The major factors contributing to the growth of the global baby diaper market are the advantages provided by diapers, such as safety, comfort, convenience, ready availability, easy disposal and cost effectiveness. Diapers are […]

11 Jun 19
Research Reports

The Asia Pacific, Middle East, Latin America, and South Africa Baby Diapers market features a landscape characterized by moderate degree of fragmentation, finds Transparency Market Research (TMR). The shares of the regional markets are fragmented across large players and small indigenous manufacturers. Globally prominent consumer goods companies such as Procter and Gamble Company and Johnson and Johnson […]

10 Jun 19
6 Country Bumkins on tour 2019

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton Prior Preparation This journey starts several weeks before our departure, when it was deemed a jolly good idea to get a bit of experience on an e-bike……. Here we stand at the top of Marsden Valley, Nelson after […]

10 Jun 19
Consumer Products Insights

Global Baby diapers market is forecasted to reach $68.2 billion by 2022. Europe represented the largest share in the worldwide baby diapers market in 2015, while the U.S. was globally the largest country. The age at which little children move towards getting to be sans diaper is increasing, since the past couple of years. As the per […]

08 Jun 19
ModernTails is a Mama

We had a lot of families joining us for the meet and swap this Saturday. One of the things I love about doing public Swaps is we get the opportunity to meet other families who are cloth diapering for different reasons, for different lengths of time, with different babies and goals. There is something remarkable […]

08 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

A future bride has canceled her entire marriage to despise her future mother-in-law, and the Internet is encouraging her. The Reddit user, GirlofBeans, participated in the Just No Mother-in-Law forums to tell her story. She and her boyfriend were planning their marriage when her future mother-in-law asked to invite 65 extra people and that it […]

07 Jun 19
The Denver Post
Trust me, I’m as tired of writing about how appalling the last legislative session was as you are reading me whine about it. But the hits just keep coming. What amazes me the most about the progressive takeover of Colorado is how much of it is blatant corporatism disguised as virtue-signaling. Here’s a fine example. This week our “libertarian” governor signed a package of bills to give even more subsidies to electric cars owners and large corporations. First, let me say that electric vehicles have a bright future and will likely become the majority of cars people buy in the future. And that will happen without the massive, social engineering and insane corporate welfare being thrown at the industry. The government doesn’t need to brow-beat us into adopting new technologies. We all now carry super-computers in our pockets and government didn’t need to give rich people a tax credit to buy an iPhone over their old flip phone. Colorado gives one of the nation’s largest cash handouts to rich guys to buy Teslas. I can say “rich” because according to the state’s own research most people who get the “Electric Vehicle Tax Credit” make at least $100,000 a year, have a bachelor’s degree and own two or more vehicles. House Bill 1159 extends the state’s tax credit for electric vehicles for several years, continuing the practice of giving people who don’t need it thousands of dollars in direct cash to buy their electric playthings. This is an upward wealth transfer. Working Colorado families pay taxes to subsidize the well-to-do’s consumerism; a true progressive value if ever there was one. Colorado-for-all, ya know. But what good is a new Telsa if you can’t plug it in? Fortunately, Xcel Energy, which is equally adept at manipulating Democrat majorities at the state Capitol and Republican majorities, has scored again. Senate Bill 77 allows power utilities like Xcel to build charging stations and only the people charging their cars at the station will pay the cost. Nah, I’m just joking. SB-77 allows Xcel to do what Xcel does best — fleece their captive customers for the benefit of a politically-connected few. The cost to create new charging stations will be “rate-based” meaning, again, working families will pay higher electric bills so that Xcel can build and operate charging stations to benefit the well-heeled guy who just got a cash subsidy to buy his new electric car. A charging station is the fuel equivalent to a gas station, or so the thinking goes. If we have EV fueling stations around like gas stations, then folks can drive farther away from home like they do with their gas car (remember most all EV owners have a gas-powered car too). So, let’s run with the gas station analogy. We seem to have all the gas stations we need. But the government didn’t build them! Xcel didn’t build them. Working people were not taxed (or rate-based) to build gas stations. If there is a growing demand for electric stations, like the corporatists at the capitol say, the same type of investors will take the risk and build them, without stealing the money of poor people to do it. Of course, you can’t gas up your gasoline-powered car at home, but you can charge your electric car. So, EV’s already have quite a fueling advantage. EV owners also get the best parking spots. If a guy with money can’t bribe his doctor into giving him a handicapped-parking placard, buying a Telsa is the next best thing. Stores, schools, offices, and of course government buildings exercise virtue-signaling by giving preferential parking to electric vehicles, often along with “free” electric fuel. House Bill 1298 punishes those lowly gasoline-sucking drivers who find the only open parking space a charging spot for the elite. HB-1298 puts a $150 fine, plus a $32 surcharge, to the bumkin who parked his reviled gas car in the privileged spot. Those undesirables, with their poor-man gas cars, should be parking in the back anyway. We have an image to uphold. For a bunch of people who claim they care about working Coloradans, the progressives in power sure like to take care of their friends first. Jon Caldara is president of the Independence Institute, a libertarian-conservative think tank in Denver. To send a letter to the editor about this article, submit online or check out our guidelines for how to submit by email or mail.
07 Jun 19
Baller Alert

When it comes to getting along with your mother-in-law, it might not always be easy. One soon-to-be bride decided to seek vengeance on her mother-in-law by canceling her own wedding. Reddit user GirlofBeans decided to share her personal story on the site’s forum, Just No Mother-In-Law, explaining that her fiancé’s mother suddenly demanded the couple […]

07 Jun 19
Kurt Warren - Blog

I can not believe Otis is already 9 months!! Over the past few months, we have been experimenting with all different ways of feeding Otis. It’s a question I get often and I am excited to be sharing what we did and what we are currently doing with Otis. Keep in mind, what works for […]