Glow Stick Bracelets

 

These glow sticks are great! They are perfect for parties, get togethers, watching fireworks, or just a camp out with the family. These glow sticks come in Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Pink and you get 100 of them in your order. They are extremely affordable, and they have a shelf life of 2 years before being activated, so if you don’t use them up this year, there’s always next! 😉 We love glow sticks in our house, we use them for a lot of different things. We play in the dark at night with them, I’ve used them to help my daughter learn her letters and how to make them, (then let her wear them of course!) we’ve worn them to baseball games, fireworks presentations, and parades.

These glow sticks last a long time, they stay bright about 8-10 hours, which for glow sticks is quite a while some only last 4-6 hours. Once the 8-10 hours is up they begin to fade and stay dimly lit for about a day to day and a half. My kids don’t care either way, because even once they go out they continue to wear these. I am planning a girls night party at my house once we move in and I plan to keep it dim and use these to light up the room and have a great time with my girls. I really can’t wait! The colors are vibrant and beautiful and they stay lit quite a while so they are perfect for any event, no matter how long. We actually are thinking of wearing these at Relay for Life this year as well since it’s a 12 hour event and by the time it starts to dim it will be starting to get light out in the morning. 🙂

The connectors to these bracelets hold tight and make it easy to create necklaces and other fun creations. My 2 year old was able to wear one of these without it coming apart which kept him from being tempted to chew on it, which is still in his nature. I definitely find these a great product and recommend them to anyone planning any sort of event whether it’s a charity event, party, parade, or fireworks presentation. They are also great for gifts, birthday parties, and trick or treating to keep your kids visible.

 

Product Description:

  • The best quality – Long lasting – Super Bright – Durable
  • Create super bright glowing bracelets, necklaces, glasses and more!
  • Includes 100 units – 8″ long premium quality glow bracelets
  • Fresh from the factory- Ultra bright and long lasting!
  • Non-toxic and CPSIA Compliant – Premium Quaility

Super Glow Stick Bracelets

The best brand of glow sticks on the market. You will receive 1 tube of 100 luminescent light bracelets. Each tube contains of 5 colors — Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Pink. Your order will also contain 100 connectors so you can hook the ends together to make bracelets and necklaces.

Once they start glowing, The Super Glow brand glow bracelets will last you all night. They will glow super bright for 8 – 10 hours. Then, they will start to fade out but may continue to emit some light for up to 36 hours. These glow bracelets are fresh from the factory.

They were manufactured just a few weeks ago and guaranteed to be fresh when you receive them. Can’t use them all in one night? They have a shelf life of 2 years prior to activation.

 

Where to Purchase:
Super Bright Longest Lasting Glow Stick Bracelets – 100 Premium Quality Glow Stick Bracelets

 

 

 

 

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The Three

In my first post, I mentioned my three children in passing. For privacy reasons, I won’t be using their real or full names on here-but nicknames just for them.

My daughter, Els, who is almost five is the oldest. She’s the light in our day and is such a wise soul.

E.W. is our middle child. At three, he is so empathetic and thoughtful of others.

I-man is our youngest. Only one, his smile will brighten anyone’s day.

As a SAHM I get to spend a lot of time with the children. Some days we have a blast, others I wonder how I made it through the day without myself pounding my head off the wall in exasperation. It’s funny how people like to paint the picture of perfection, and expect others to do so also. I’ve never been so good at that…It’s like keeping my mouth shut when something bothers me. Although I’m learning that skill-it’s not one so easily done.

Today for instance…E.W. had a HORRIBLE day. If you have read my original post-you’ll see that we have our obstacles there. but it can be hard to handle the screaming in anger and lashing out that happens sometimes. If I were to say it was all roses-I’d be lying. I actually sent him to bed for a nap and hid in my room until he calmed down. It’s not my finest moment by far. As he came down the hall and snuggled me in my bed, I couldn’t help but feel that twinge of guilt as I stared into his piercing blue eyes as they stared back in mine.

Els’ day was okay. Peanut was sick today. Her poor tummy was off. I tend to be harder on her. I try not to be, but as her brothers copy her, I have such a hard time not holding her to a higher standard. But she’s just a little girl, just like they’re little boys. I understand I’m to raise her in the way she should go and “spare not the rod” so to speak-but she is still a child and it is healthy for her to be a child. I’m working hard to remember that the things she’s doing are normal-and yelling isn’t necessary. She understands when I speak the truth in love.

I-man was a sleepy bear today. He was a snuggly, sweet sleepy bear. With all the eating he’s done lately, I’m not surprised. Baby boy is bound to grow soon. And with six more teeth coming in all at once-I know I’d rather sleep too! He keeps me smiling-even on the longest, hardest days. One look at his sweet, always smiling (almost) face just brightens my day.

Tomorrow, I hope it will go much smoother. We have school to do and a tire to get. Books to read, and snowmen to make. (Maybe I’ll even show you!) We make our Christmas surprise tomorrow too-and paint it next week (just in time for Christmas!). We are close to a new year and many new changes. Soon I’ll share my resolutions, and maybe you’ll share yours with me too. Who knows, maybe we’ll even inspire each other to keep going-to reach our goals. Until then, I’m off to bed. Good night and God bless!

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