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CSN Stores- A Review

A few weeks ago I mentioned that csnstores had approached me about doing a review of their site and a product on my blog.  They ended up providing me with a $35 gift certificate which I used to purchase 2 things for Little Paul's bedroom. 

The first thing I purchased wasn't anything terribly exciting, but is a definite must when there's a toddler around: a waterproof mattress cover.  The mattress pad I ordered is great- it's not a thick pad, so it doesn't add any extra comfort to the bed but it sure adds some peace of mind (and LP proved that it truly is waterproof when he got sick all over his new bed on his second night sleeping in it!).   It washed up easily and seems like it should hold up for quite a while!

My other purchase was a bit more fun: the Room Mates Alphabet Peel and Stick Wall Stickers.  These wall decals are a great price for the number of stickers you get and are super easy to apply and remove.  Little Paul loves pointing out and talking about the different letters.   Here they are in use (I still have one more set of lower case letters to use somewhere!):

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This was my first time ordering anything from CSN Stores and I'll definitely be ordering from them again.  There's TONS of things to choose from and the prices are great (and I'm one to shop around at many many stores to find the best price on things).  My order came quickly and everything was just as described!

Thanks, CSN Stores for the opportunity to check you out!


  1. I love how creative you have been decorating LP's room. I hate it when baby nurseries are chock-full of some theme. I like that you made a room that takes into account LP's interests without letting it be dominated by characters. The wall letters are very cool and something I will keep in mind too. Never heard of CSN - definitely going to check them out.


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