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Jun
4
2011
Jun 4, 2011
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Remember, if you’re visiting ThingsThatWeDo.com we write about a bunch of different things and we can only reflect the viewpoint of one wee family. As an informed consumer, you know your family best. That’s why, although this is a product review site, I can only give you feedback about products, foods, and events that my family has experienced but it doesn’t necessarily mean that those things are right or wrong for your family.

You will know best if your family members are allergic to certain ingredients or items that may be part of what is featured on this site. So, as a general cautionary note, I felt obligated to remind all of us of this one fundamental rule when shopping for your family: that it is your own individual responsibility as an informed consumer to always read ingredient labels, do your homework, and research before you buy/eat/do anything. As one mom speaking only from the viewpoint of her family, I can’t assume responsibility for what you do (I know you won’t ask that of me, but I had to say it) or the outcomes of your purchases.  I’m not a scientist, nutritionist, or anyone qualified to give you all the details on the reviews I write. I can only give it from my own minuscule point of view. As with all reviews, the opinions are really only valid at the particular time that they’re posted. Products get updated all the time so it’s possible that you may be reading a post about an older model of a similar product.

It’s always best to do your own research and label reading.

I write this blog for only a few reasons: to type daily, to bond with my big kid so we can stay connected and learn from one another, and of course to share our opinions and thoughts. There is no intent to do any harm whatsoever to anyone else. Of course, we have opinions about what we review but we have no intention to hurt anyone, defame any product, or do ill will or libel. We don’t infringe upon any third party copyright or trademark or registered (or anything along those lines) regulations.

I know it sounds vague but it had to be said.

If you have any questions or comments, do feel free to let us know by emailing us at: thingsthatwedo.com then add the ‘at’ sign followed by dot com. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

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