Sunday Today presents: Ali Wing, giggle founder and CEO

——— click (more info) for links ——— Ali Wing, author of giggle guide to baby gear, talks about new-parent must-haves on Sunday Today. Visit for more on Ali Wing. giggle guide to baby gear: giggle Ultimate Receiving Blankets: Baby OHM Diaper Changing Mat: Mustela Foam Shampoo for Newborns: Mustela Vitamin Barrier Cream: Mustela Extra Thick Cleansing Cloths: Bambino Mio Birth to Potty Set: Thinkbaby 9-Ounce Bottle Set (BPA-Free): Carabean: Lap-Shoulder Striped Romper: Fruit Teethers & Tote (Organic Cotton):

Celeste Wheeler, from EB Stone, explains how to correctly plant a citrus tree. Whether planting in the ground or in a container, Celeste displays the most effective method for either planting option. From the type of fruit to the specific soil and location of the tree, the video depicts the significance of each key step and needed ingredients. Beginning with planting compost and cactus mix, to the addition of citrus food and chicken manure, these simple yet helpful hints make planting both fun and easy. For more information on the products used in this video please check out Check out more gardening how to videos at EB Stone’s Youtube channel! – http EB Stone Recipe Card -Location-Lots of sun and well drained soil -Hole should be as tall and twice as wide as the root ball -Mix original soil with EB Stone Planting Compost 50/50 -Place tree in hole and use EB Stone Organic Sure Start -Massage roots and add the soil compost mixture -Feed with EB Stone Organic Citrus Food -Top dress with EB Stone Chicken Manure
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PT 2 Sunshine Energy! Sunday Show Offs!

Weekend joy and wrap up: art festival and gifts, nature appreciation, fresh organic locally grown tropical fruits, raw food motivations, living life to the fullest, creating LIFE and lovin’ it. Part 1: weekend update, happiness, fresh fruit show and tell Part 2: joy, new pottery and african print art show and tell, gratitude Your day is what YOU make it, handle it well and your outcome will be well!
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This was right before we left our old apt…the miracle fruit was left with a friend for 3 weeks, where sadly it was devoured by squirrels. Damn those squirrels. The inca berry is in MN doing very well…I hope to get back there in a few weeks to eat some!