Friday, July 9, 2010
Have you ever come across a product that made you think 'why didn't I think of that?'  One of those kind of products that made you aware the minute you saw it that you could never do without it.  This has occurred to me a few times in my life. In most recent years, these products would include breast pads (after an unfortunate mall leaking incident), Mum Mum's (after a unfortunate baby freaking out incident), and airplane liquor bottles in my diaper bag (after the above mentioned unfortunate incidents).

Well, I have found another product that I will now count among my most coveted.  It is something that I didn't know I was looking for until I found it.  And it is Nourish.  

Nourish is purified spring water bottled in one of two ways - formula ready nipple bottle for baby or spill proof sippy for toddlers.  Completely BPA free and made in the USA, Nourish is a completely woman owned and operated business based in Atlanta, Georgia.  Lara Hodgson is the CEO and Stacey Abrams is the COO and together they are the Mom 'brain' behind this fantastic product.

Nourish is now being kept in my car, my diaper bag and in my fridge.  With two kids two and under, I am always in need of a beverage for them while on the go.  While Monkey doesn't drink formula, he does drink water and being only a year old, still likes to use a bottle.  Bug, on the other hand, loves the idea of her own water bottle.  And I love that she's not stealing mine only to wear it rather than drink it in the car.

So thank you Nourish ladies (Lara, Stacey and Sarah)!  You have made my life a little easier.  And that means a lot.  And The Spotted Monkey wants to make your lives easier too.  That's why we'll be carrying Nourish Baby and Nourish Toddler when we launch next month!

Wishing you a down and dirty weekend, with lots of 'nourish'-ment!

Cheers,

Stephanie aka Dirty Mommy


2 comments:

Crazy Brunette said...

I am soooo fucking glad my bottle and diaper days are OVER!!!!

The Wolf said...

I don't have kids so I know jack and shit about looking after them, but this nourish thingy sounds like a good idea

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