Today I got to be on Rogers Cable 20 out of Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario area, on the show ‘daytime’, this was my 20th appearance on the show! I can`t believe it`s been 20 times!! The show aired at 1PM and re-aired 3, 5 & 11.
It’s been awhile since I’ve been on, with pregnancy, kidney stones and getting use to a child with diabetes, plus summer break, things just didn’t work out in my schedule to be on the show.
Being a new mom I was excited to find two local companies that offer brilliant products for moms and baby.
The first product I talked about is Dressed to Deliver – Birthing Gowns, a company out of Guelph. I bought my dress this summer and wore it during my pregnancy, at the hospital and even after baby was 3 months old. It’s comfortable, practical and beautiful. The gown has buttons all the way up the back of the dress, this allows the gown to be worn like a hospital gown but prettier. It also has buttons down the front that allows easy access to the hospital staff if you had a c-section. And the dress has buttons on the sleeves, allowing easy access for breast feeding. I love this dress so much I’m wanting a few more, even though I’m not planning on having anymore kids. They are so comfortable. They are often doing giveaways and great deals that can be found on their FACEBOOK page. (I said Sick Kids but I meant Toronto Hospital)
The other product I talked about is the Peekaboo Poncho. I wrote a review about this last week. I love how brilliant this product is. It keeps your child safe and warm while in a car seat, it also makes for easy coat wearing for toddlers AND is a shopping cart cover. I’m currently giving away a Peekaboo Poncho on my blog, you can find it here.
Thank you Rogers Cable 20 and Susan Cook-Scheerer. It’s always a blast and an honor to be on the show.
My segment below
You can view my other appearances on ‘daytime’ by clicking here.
I was not paid to review these items or to come on this TV show. All opinions are my own and may differ from yours. (Just wanted to add I have never been paid for a review or for doing ‘daytime’ Rogers TV)