Friday, February 18, 2011

More or less everything I do ends up needing dry cleaning. Even giving advice on saving lives in the future...

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you’re pregnant right now – or know somebody who is – you can do two great things for yourself or that person. 

First, you can get them a free belly bag – a tote bag with a pregnant-belly bulge that’s actually more charming than that descriptions sounds-- check it out at,--

and which will be perfect for carrying around all the things that a pregnant woman needs (or almost perfect, because in Sweetie’s case, it was McFlurries, which are not so great in a tote bag), and then for carrying around all the things a baby needs – in Mr F and Mr Bunches’ case, that’s chocolate chip cookies and airplanes.  (If they made chocolate chip airplanes, I could save a lot of space.)

Second, you can also give your baby or their baby a chance to avoid horrible diseases down the line, by enrolling them in Cryo-Cell’s program to bank umbilical cord blood.

Banking your umbilical cord blood through Cryo-Cell puts you in good company with the more than 230,000 people worldwide who already take advantage of the Cryo-Cell program, which offers Upromise bonuses and help with transplant expenses and a $50,000 quality guarantee – and what they’re guaranteeing is the possibility that someday your baby will not have to suffer from leukemia, cardiac and neurological diseases, and more.  The cord blood has stem cells in it, which can be collected easily and without mess on your own and then stored, and those stem cells are then saved so that in the future they could help your baby avoid, or treat, or possibly even cure debilitating conditions like non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. 

And Cryo-Cell makes it not only easy to do that, but, like I said, throws in a free tote bag—so it’s win-win, unless you actually tried putting a McFlurry in there, in which case I recommend dry cleaning.

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