We've been testing the Berry Ball as a grown-up exercise. One thing I don't miss about my 20s? Cheap lingerie. In my 40s I feel my "girls" and I deserve beautiful, supportive bras--and that means they cost more than $14.99 at Victoria's Secret. Yes, I should hand wash them--but who has the time? I have relied on a system of lingerie bags and rinsing in the shower. Not a perfect solution. Now I've got The Berry Ball.
I'm on a mission to save my delicates with the Berry Ball & Bag. It's a clever system that allows me to wash my wash bras and panties in the washing machine. The colorful ball is vented. I have tested my padded (don't make fun I'm a 34A) and underwire bras and use the mesh Berry Bag for bottoms.
How to Overcome Kids’ Vaccination Fears
Whether it's a flu shot of the round of childhood vaccines, kids rarely look forward to a needle jab. With the news that the FDA has authorized the Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11, it's time to come up with a strategy to make the upcoming doctor visit less scary. ...read more
Ski Moms Fun Podcast
The struggle is real, but the rewards are great. Welcome to the Ski Moms Fun Podcast a chat for women who love the outdoors and do the hard work of getting families out into the snow to play. Meet Your Hosts The Ski Moms Fun Podcast is hosted by Sarah Butler and Nicole ...read more
The Books Parents Need to Get Started on the College Search
We've got a high school junior and are starting to educate ourselves on the college process. I always rely on the advice of parents who've been there and experts to help me along the way. Two new books are the perfect reads for those of us embarking on this journey. Here are the ...read more
After six washes (cold wash, gentle detergent, line dry), all my undergarments look great and the ball looks pretty sturdy. The complete care set retails for $13.99 in specialty stores throughout the U.S. and online at ComfortHouse.com (www.comforthouse.com/berryball.html).
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get a sample.