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The Gift of Experience with The Harlem Globe Trotters


Give the gift of a priceless memory with tickets to a Harlem Globe Trotters show


With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy Lofton, Ant Atkinson, Hi-Lite Bruton, Thunder Law, Bull Bullard and Cheese Chisholm – plus female stars TNT Lister, Ace Jackson and Hoops Green – the Harlem Globetrotters’ show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. Their 2018 World Tour will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction. After the game, Globetrotter stars will sign autographs and take photos with fans.


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The Fox’s are planning on attending the Cleveland, Ohio stop of this thrilling experience show. The Harlem Globe Trotters are not your average basketball team. Instead they play with humor, tricks and illusions that will have your family laughing out loud and giggling with joy. This show will be the perfect family day out you have been looking for. My husband went as a child and it is one of his most fond memories of his childhood. We have often spoke about eventually taking our kids, when they are old enough to sit still and enjoy it. Now that our kids are 3.5 and 5 years old we plan to attend the Cleveland show this December.



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Snorg Tees Review

Snorg Tees Review


About Snorg Tees

Snorg Tees is a super hilarious tee shirt company. Started by Matt and Bryan in their basement, like all super entrepreneurs, faked it until they made it. They keep it real by constantly updating their designs and styles with the hot topics, fads, and jokes of the moment. This way what is probably trending in your Facebook feed and on Twitter can also be on your tee shirt next week.

They also love to listen to their fans. Companies who are responsive to their customers are way more likely to succeed. So if you have a funny idea or saying you think would be great on a tee shirt, go ahead and let them know! If they end up using one of your ideas they will hook you up with $150 and a free tee shirt!

Once you become addicted to buying their tee’s and gifting them to all your friends and relatives this holiday season, you can share your pics with them! Send them a pic of you wearing one of their tees and you can be internet famous and possibly be featured on their customer photo page! This is probably going to be on your bucket list now, so be sure to check it off in 2016.

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What Do They Sell?

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Mama’s Experience

First I want to tell you guys how nice it was working with Snorg. Their staff was fun, kind and super fast in response time. Knowing that the staff is on the ball makes you way conformable with a company. It also makes me want to tell my personal friends and family about them as well. Strong rapport is such a big thing when there so many other tee companies out there.


I typically wear a womens 1XL or size 16-18 in my tops. As all ladies know, this fluctuates day to day and brand to brand.

My tee shown here are men’s XL. They don’t have the fun women’s cut features (shorter sleeves and softer neckline) BUT they are a good fit. I would say a tad loose around the middle (duh, its a mens shirt) but a nice fit other than that.


My husband is wearing a 3X and its a nice size. Sometimes 3X’s are crazy huge and other times they are more like an XL, this is true to its size.


These tees are so comfy. You wear a Snorg Tee to be fun and make yourself and the people around you laugh. But you need to be yourself and in a good mood to sport your witty attitude. These shirts are 100% cotton and feel like a dream. I wear a tee to be comfortable. I also need them to be easy to clean. Being a mom I know that my shirt is going to be the material my kids feel when they hug me throughout the day. I can be a fun, silly and cuddly mom in a Snorg Tee.

As my husband put his shirt on he immediately said, “these are so comfy”.  That is all a man cares about in a shirt. That is feels good. Women deal with more for the sake of fashion, but not a guy. These tee’s are 100% man approved.

Haters Gonna Hate


The prints are either done with a screen printer or a super fancy machine called a Kornit. Both allow Snorg Tees to use a very broad spectrum of colors, which allows the creative juice to be that much juicer.

All of the tees are 100% cotton and are preshrunk (except the Heather Gray that is 90% cotton/10% polyester). All of their tees are dryer safe, but like all cotton, they are prone to a small amount of shrinkage in the first few washes. To ensure your design stays fancy and pristine I suggest turning them inside out when in the washer and dryer.

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Win Your Own!

Now that you have read and can easily see how super sweet these tee’s are, you can enter to win your own!

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Open to US, runs 11/3-11/17



WryBaby 7 Days of Dad Giveaway

WryBaby 7 Days of Dad Giveaway

Now that Father’s Day is coming up, here is your chance to win the funniest Father’s Day gift ever: 7 SnapSuits claiming that today is daddy’s day to change the diapers. Fathers, mothers, relatives and friends will all love this hilarious gift you can win courtesy of WryBaby.

WryBaby is where the internet received the ever famous Safe Baby Handling Tips. If you have not seen this hilarious book you must safeclick over and take a peek. Any parent or parent-to-be who has a sense of humor will be rolling with laughter when they read this ridiculous book. They sell the book along with a SnapSuit which features one of two designs and it even comes with a note from the authors.

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WryBaby Review

WryBaby Review

safeWryBaby is where the world and internet at large received the ever famous Safe Baby Handling Book. It has become an annual best seller and internet meme. Odds are you have seen a picture or two from their super humorous parenting book. Kelly and Dave started up WryBaby back in 2010 and sarcastic parents everywhere couldn’t be more thrilled. This is your go-to site for those funny, unique and knee slapping Snapsuits (their own word for the one-piece baby body suits). They are the perfect gift to any new or expecting parent.

With Father’s Day only a few months away you might be stumped as what to get that dad who just loves to lay around reading Reddit, playing online while Netflix is playing in the background. WryBaby.com is stocked with items just for this kind of dad. With more ironic Snapsuits they you can shake a rattle at, I have no doubt you will click a few amazing items into your cart. With options like “LOVE ME FOR MY LEG ROLLS” and “MY FIRST IRONIC T-SHIRT” you are guaranteed to get a chuckle out of everyone when they see your baby sporting WryBaby apparel.

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WryBaby now offers a perfect gift set for any expecting or new parent, the Safe Parenting Bundle. In this bundle you will receive the best selling book Safe Baby Handling Tips with spinner, along with a note from the author and a matching SnapSuit. This collection comes in 2 different options. Either a Snapsuits saying “Playing with Baby” or “Taking Babies Temperature“.

“Expectant parents are often overwhelmed–and befuddled–when it comes to caring for their bundle of joy. Luckily Safe Baby Handling Tips saves the day with its hilarious “do’s and don’ts” on baby care. Now incompetent parents everywhere can benefit from this indispensable guide–complete with a small version of the best-selling “Wheel of Responsibility” to help moms and dads negotiate baby responsibilities (and shirk diaper duty) whenever they can. Makes baby-rearing a blast!” – WryBaby

The book is written by owners Kelly and Dave. While they did not actually DO all those don’ts, they were just afraid they might! You crying gets you thingsneed a healthy dose of humor to make it through most days (okay, everyday). Seeing your little one sporting a Snapsuit with the words “CRYING GETS YOU THINGS” can at least make the uncontrollable tears seem a tad more manageable. We always need to remember in those moments, “this too shall pass”.

The newest product that WryBaby has to offer is their Mysterio Predicts Your Babies Future!!! This is way cool people. When you purchase this item you will receive a muslin bag which holds 1 of 12 different possible predictions of your babies future. It’s a surprise every time. The current 12 options are:



a Soap Opera Villain
Career College Student
Extreme Coupon Clipper
Hamster Advocate
Pickle Merchant
Roller Coaster Tester
Phone Psychic
Sword Collector
Prize Poodle Breeder
Double Agent
Lottery Winner
Badminton Instructor

For your toddlers who have grown out of WryBaby clothing, they still has something for you. Their backpack collection. They have 4 different backpacks: Pirate Captain, Owl, Robot, and Elephant. These backpacks are based off of their Stuf™ brand of illustrated canvas characters. They measure 12″ x 9″ x 5″ which is perfect for any toddler.


clownFor those moments when your babies little hands need to grab, they grab your hair, your glasses, your nose, wait! Don’t break my glasses! I need those back. No they don’t taste good, gross… let go…like a little death grip…okay now I can see again…where was I…oh yes! When you need to distract your little stinker hand them one of WryBaby’s Stuf™ Friends. They have a huge selection of funny and fun little canvas handheld friends who are perfect for tiny hands. They even have a bell inside to engage them not only by texture but sound as well. Now little one, aren’t these more fun then my glasses?

WryBaby hooked MamatheFox up with a bunch of items to review including: 2 Stuf™ Friends, a  canvas characters bird backback, a Safe Baby Handeling Tips package and a “I”M SUPER” SnapSuit.


WryBaby Snapsuits are not only witty but they are super cozy. As a parent we love when own kids are tagsoft and cuddly. These SnapSuits will make us smile with joy and make your baby smile with comfort. They are 100% cotton, which is the fabric of our lives people. WryBaby is super kind to remind us to “Remove baby before washing”, good reminder, good reminder.

My kids both attend classes at a local Gymboree. We were in music class that day my son was wearing the Instruction SnapSuit. There were 2 dad’s in class that day and both loved it! It was fun with just the right amount of snark.

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My model would only allow his photo to be taken while sitting my lap.


My son’s middle name is Superman…well kinda. It’s the letter “S”, which as any true geek knows, stands for Hope in Krypton. The “I’m Super” SnapSuit was made for a super-kid like my son. This SnapSuit is available in 0-6, 6-12 and 12-18 months. My son is super petite but tall, so the 12-18 fits him perfectly. He loves the cape! He keeps turning around to see it. WryBaby went the extra mile and has the cape not only attach at the top/shoulder area but also is fitted to the center of the babies back so it wont ride up and get tangled while playing. “Our silky-soft capes are pleated and sewn into the shoulder seams and tacked to the bodysuit in three places so it won’t ride up during intense battles.” – WryBaby

All photos are blurry due to him being faster than a speeding bullet
All photos are blurry due to him being faster than a speeding bullet

Canvas Backpack

My 2 year old thinks backpacks are the jam. She wants to be like a big kid and wear them all the time. I use toddler sized backpacksinsdie pack as a diaper bag, so we always have one with us. She loves to wear the toddler sized backpacks whenever she has the chance. Only problem with theses bags are that they are made for larger kids, ages 4-5. My daughter, being only 2.5 years old and very slender, has a balance issue with those backpacks. Whelp, problem solved peeps! WryBaby’s Canvas Backpacks are not only large enough to hold my diapers, wipes, sippies, snacks and wallet, but it’s also small enough for my 2 year old to wear while marching to the beat of her own drum. The inside has a handy name label. If you leave it behind somewhere the finder is able to quickly see who’s bag it is, but by being on the inside you are keeping your child’s identity safe from passersby. The shoulder straps are slim and close together, which allows a smaller child to comfortably wear the backpack without toppling over. When my husband saw our daughter wearing it he immediately noticed how perfectly it fit her. Next time I need a backback we will be ordering it from WryBaby.

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Canvas Stuf™ Friends

yum tagThese super modern stuffed toys are perfect for babies from newborn to toddler-hood. The soft canvas and stuffing make them fun to cuddle and squish. They have a small bell inside to engage the child audibly. The bell is soft enough so that the adults hearing it don’t want to kick it across the room but loud enough to allow that the baby shaking it enthusiastically gets that fun noise feeling still.  The best part though is it being canvas, because they are super easy to keep clean! I hate when my child dribbles milk all over their cloth toy. Then I make the decision on whether to try and wash it or just toss it (will they notice it’s missing….?). No tossing in the trash thoughts with these. If a small amount of drool/milk/liquid gets on the canvas it is no problem, because it’s CANVAS! Just wipe it with a damp rag. Easy-peasy lemon squeezey.


Now that you have seen all these cool items WryBaby has to offer, head over to their website and order a few SnapSuits for yourself and your friends. Don’t forget to grab a Stuf™ Friend too!

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Have You Reached Your Friendship Quota?

My husband and I have had this conversation on many occasions, which has lead me to believe we can’t be the only ones who are having it.
Can you hit a limit on the amount of friends you can have? Have you reached your friendship quota?

As adults, we all know forming new friendships is a whole new ball game. The delicate dance of adult friendships: awkward, off balanced, forced, scarey, nerve wrecking. The general consensus is that they are not as easy as a “I sit next to you in Chemistry and you have cool gen pens so I will be friends with you from now on”. As adults our free time is limited. We have jobs. We have children. We have responsibilities and commitments. We like to be in bed by 10 pm. We don’t like to take off our slippers and sweats if we don’t have to. Our version of “going out” means running to the grocery store, which is a planned and a highly enjoyed activity when done alone.

We all know how easy it is to get bogged down by the trials and tribulations of everyday life. And though your partner should “know” that you love them, “there is nothing quite like a reminder each day to remind them that they are loved” according to DatingPilot. Whether it is an “I love you” whispered in their ear before they fall asleep at night (or when they are waking up in the morning and you are leaving for work), or a sweet text sent in the middle of the day when they least expect it, never forget to remind your partner how much they are loved. Taking care of your husband is important and so is having adult friends.

As social beings (Genesis 2:18) we thrive and look for companionship in others. We love our spouses but we like to talk, and be with others, as well. My husband believes that he has hit his friendship quota and is at max capacity. He talks about how a few times he has opened his friendship portfolio and let a new person in. How it pushed his limits but now he is now at his all time max.

My husband and I have under 10 couples we consider friends (we don’t discriminate, we have single friends too but this isn’t post isn’t about them okay). I am a highly social and talkative person. I thrive on human contact and interaction. Talking is my thing. My husband talks for a living as a salesman. He likes to not talk and not think when he is out of work. Not talking or thinking doesn’t really scream “Hey! Let’s be friends!” Often I will talk to a new potential friend, have a great time, and hit some fun topics. Later I will tell my husband about how much fun I had and how it would be fun to be friends with them. This is the point in the conversation where he points out that he has no more room for friends. He is happy with the friends he/we have and he has no more room for new friends. I, however, lean towards the Girl Scouts song “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the others gold”. I will always have room for more friends. Facebook hasn’t put a limit on my friend requests. Twitter hasn’t capped my followers. I say: the more the merrier! He says “We barely have time to see these friends on a rare occasions, what makes you think we have time to see new people?” Fair statement. With all of our running around and other obligations, when do we really see our current friends? We do see them at fun annual events like an ugly sweater Christmas party, a surprise 30th birthday party, the 4th of July barbeques, helping them move…there are a handful of times we see them in a quality time setting. We are blessed that we have a weekly bible study that 80% of our previously mentioned adult friends attend. Our friendships stay strong because we see each other weekly and we have the common goal of edification. Those new friendships, even if we did try, would they last? Will the dwindle away? Will they work with our schedule and life? I say a resounding YES! He side eyes my enthusiasm.

Occasionally there will be a time when my husband agrees that a couple seems nice and maybe we should try to get to know them and hang out. Then we think about the details of how an endeavor like this would pan out. Should we ask if they want to do a play date? This could work. We met because our kids are in the same swimming/dance/Gymboree/music (insert your expensive child experience class here) class. But, you don’t want to use your child as a crutch in your efforts. Plus in reality its the adults you want to see. Should you ask them out to dinner? Whoa, that’s forward. You don’t want to come off too strong and scare them off. Then there is the “We are going to the zoo/park/mall (large populated area that is easy to “lose” someone in) this weekend. Maybe if you aren’t doing anything we could meet up there?” tactic. Safe. Social. No pressure. No bad feelings if things aren’t reciprocal. If things get awkward you can say its nap time or “its been a long day for the kids” or your gout is acting up.

Let’s say that you do manage to hang out with these new people and you hit it off. You like each other. You get the excited fun goodness. Light inside jokes might start to happen. You plan another hang out. Then you start to think of the future. Can you afford to keep these friends? When old friends are getting together will they be cool with you bringing new friends? Will the old and new friends get along? Will they want to meet? What if they have nothing in common? How will you separate your holiday celebrations? Then those odd feelings of being a child of divorce pop in (check here). I need to divide my time evenly.

There are no doubts about it, being a child of divorced parents had a profound impact on me. And although my parents ended up being happy and content in their separate lives thanks to the great support they had from these new york city lawyers, it has still affected me to say the least. That being said, if anything, it also taught me how important it is to have a prenuptial agreement in place. In fact, nowadays, prenuptial agreements are fairly commonplace. To be honest, most of my friends that are married have completed a prenup as a way of safeguarding their assets. Of course, no one really goes into a marriage thinking about their relationship coming to an end, but divorces can be tricky to navigate and future planning is fundamental. Plus, putting a prenup in place before getting married can make the divorce process much easier. You can learn more about divorce and the prenuptial agreement process by researching Los Angeles prenup attorneys online.

Anyway, I suppose what I am trying to say is that relationships can be hard work at the best of times. So I say, Babe, let’s just watch Hell’s Kitchen in our PJ’s while eating cookies and pray that our kids stay asleep, it’s almost 10 o’clock.