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Giveaway: nini & pumpkin moon cocoon ($125)

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Introducing nini & pumpkin‘s moon cocoon — the first-of-its-kind, versatile sleep sack that grows with children from infant to toddler and beyond.

The wearable duvet features a clever snap system has three size adjustments allowing the sleep sack to fit children from 6 months through 3 years. The moon cocoon tops are interchangeable and can be quickly unzipped and replaced when middle-of-the-night incidents occur. The same zip feature allows the bottom to be used as a soft blanket, love or pillowcase.

The patent pending unique design allows for use over a longer period of time and offers versatility that others do not. Most other sleep sacks will suit a baby’s needs for approximately three to six months. The moon cocoon will evolve with a child’s needs for many years.

  • 6 to 12 months – close the shoulder snaps on the lower setting, and close the armhole snaps under the arms of the baby
  • 12 to 24 months – close the shoulder snaps on the lower setting, leave the underarm snaps open
  • 24 to 36 months – close the shoulder snaps on the upper or lower setting depending on the height of your toddler, leave the bottom edge unzipped

The moon cocoon is made with premium quality components, meant to last and improve with age and the fill is breathable, hypoallergenic, water resistant, lightweight and warm. The fabric is a very fine count 100% cotton with a super-soft finish that gets better over time, and softer with every wash. The elephant print by Birch Fabrics is not only adorable but organic!

We are giving away a nini & pumpkin moon cocoon to one (1) lucky reader (value: $125)!

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This contest ends Friday, Nov. 7 at 12 am EST. This giveaway is open to Canada & U.S. residents only. Good luck! *contest rules*

Congratulations to the winner of our Ju-Ju-Be giveaway: Ellen!

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Did You Take Your Husband’s Last Name?

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As a teen, did you dream about taking your husband’s last name? Instead of lapping up every moment of math class, were you busy practicing your future signature for hours during junior high?

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Did you always just assume you would drop your last name when you wed?

According to a survey on TheKnot.com, 86% of women take on their husband’s surname after marriage.

This trend seems to be alive and well in Hollywood. After Tinseltown’s most notorious bachelor George Clooney recently wed lawyer Amal Alamuddin, some were shocked to hear that she took her husband’s last name.

While many were quick to congratulate Mrs. Clooney, others were disappointed to hear that the 36-year-old attorney took on the 53-year-old actor’s last name.

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Everyone’s Talking About Renee Zellweger’s New Look

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She’s been called overweight, too thin, and now “completely unrecognizable.”

Renee Zellweger has the internet abuzz after her appearance at the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Monday (October 20).

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Is everyone talking about her chic black dress and stylish Louboutins?

Hardly!

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Jennifer Garner Calls Out Sexism In Hollywood

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Looking for another reason to love Jennifer Garner?

The Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day star, 42, recently nailed it on The Ellen Degeneres Show while addressing pregnancy rumors.

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Not only that — at Monday night’s Elle Women in Hollywood event, the A-list honoree gave one helluva fabulous speech about sexism in Hollywood.

The mom-of-three young kids – daughters Violet, 8, and Seraphina, 5, and 2-year-old son Samuel -  took to the stage and shared her thoughts about gender discrimination in Tinseltown.

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Sexy Halloween Costumes: One Mom Speaks Out

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A Canadian mom is causing a stir this Halloween season.

When Raina Delisle went shopping at Value Village for a firefighter costume for her 4-year-old daughter, she was shocked at the selection. In an interview with CBC News, Delisle says that the boy and girl versions are not only different, but appalling.

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End-of-Life Advocacy: Brittany Maynard Fights For Death With Dignity

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Do you believe in assisted suicide? The right to die with dignity?

A 29-year-old Oregon woman, Brittany Maynard, is bringing this controversial topic to the forefront.

Maynard, 29, has terminal brain cancer and has made plans to end her own life with the sedative Secobarbitol on November 1.

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“After months of research, my family and I reached a heartbreaking conclusion: There is no treatment that would save my life,” she wrote on her website, created to support the Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act.

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