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  • cpc65 "cpc8472" - My Corn Flakes cry "Excelsior!"

    After almost a lifetime of drowning my poor Corn Flakes in a variety of unsuitable liquids, everything from pickle brine to Kaopectate (TM), I was finally put wise to this wondrous dairy delight by a knowledgeable old sage known to most as "Gus from down the street".

    I'll spare you the tale of my perilous adventures in procuring myself a Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz from an exotic trader, save to say I may never think fondly of burlap again.

    I returned triumphantly to my humble abode with my Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz gripped firmly in hand while neighbors glanced jealously at my prize. The condensation on the plastic jug sparkled in the morning sunlight, the drips of which marked my passage across the parched pavement.

    I entered my pantry and set my jug down removing the safety ring followed by the cap. I was immediately awash in the scent of good old fashioned fresh wholesomeness. I could wait no more! Ignoring my ringing phone, and caller ID loudly announcing it was my Mother, I grabbed a bowl down from the cabinet in one hand and my box of Corn Flakes in the other and filled the bowl with anticipations galore. Then as I raised the Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz, I momentarily hesitated in remembrance of previous pairings with my breakfast of choice gone awry. I shrugged it off and poured away!

    I waited but an instant for the liquid white velour to permeate the fibers of the crisp yellow flakes, then dashed a spoon into the center giving the mix a quick little stir. Delicately I scooped up a spoonful of Corn Flakes and Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz and slid them past my quivering lips and into my mouth. "Would this measure up to my building expectations?", I wondered for the brief interval of a heartbeat until my taste buds registered their unanimous approval.

    "By the Gods of Elation!" I cried aloud, "From this day forward my breakfasts shall always be divine!"

    ~Brought to you by the American Dairy Council~

  • lukey - Pricey but worth it

    love these probiotics. They are on the pricey side, but worth the extra money. If i take one tablet daily, I really do feel better stomach-wise! I am lactose intolerant and generally sensitive to a lot of foods. I get stomach aches and nausea frequently. Align seemed to help with these symptoms if i was persistent with taking them.

  • Ladybug - Another beautiful Britax product!

    First, I must admit that I love Britax. It's a great company that puts out quality products. I currently own three Britax car seats (Britax Marathon 70-G3 Convertible Car Seat, Onyx, Britax Boulevard 70-G3 Convertible Car Seat, Onyx, and Britax B-Safe Infant Car Seat, Red), as well as the Britax B-Ready Stroller, Black. (We use the Britax B-Ready Lower Infant Car Seat Adapter for the stroller so that our infant car seat hooks under the regular seat.) I've had the Marathon car seat for three years, and it has been great. Everything else I have had for just under two years, and I haven't had any problems there either.

    So I expected more of the same out of this stroller, and it delivered. It is easy to maneuver, which is not necessarily an easy task with these wider, double strollers. I love that it is lighter than the B-Ready stroller I have now. (The B-Ready is a wonderful stroller, but it is a beast.) There is lots of room for storing stuff under the stroller, which is a great feature. I also love that the handle bar on the stroller is adjustable. My husband is 5' 9", and I am 5' 6", so no extremes there, but the handle is still comfortable. As with other Britax products, the five-point harness is secure, easily-adjustable, and can detach at multiple points for easier securing/removing of kid.

    Overall, we love this stroller. Compared to other side-by-side, double strollers, Britax has produced a superior product--definitely an all around winner in my book. Part of me still likes the more streamlined look and feel of the B-Agile; it's obviously much easier to push a narrower stroller. But when you have two young children (ages three and one), it's practically impossible to make one kid sit and look at the back of the other kid's seat all the time. So this stroller has made everyone happy!