The second site was ebeanstalk.com. I'd never heard of them before, but they specialize in developmental toys for babies, toddlers, and young children. Now, being the poor students we are - and the failing economy, we don't spend much money on toys - unless they're Legos. But, if we did buy new toys, I would definitely check this place out first. They do tons of product reviews and use real moms for testing and reviewing products before they sell them. I like that - because although an "expert's" opinion is nice to consider, I am much more convinced when I know other kids actually enjoy it and moms don't hate it.
So, there's the two companies that contacted me last week. I was a little wary of it, thinking it was just annoying spam, but actually getting what looked like real emails (from real people) in reply and answering specific questions I had about the information seems to be legit. Am I more widely read than I thought? Weird. If so, I'm interested in what you reader's want. Do you care about the cooking stuff (cause that's kind of one of my fav's) or about children's toys and product reviews (cause I can tell you how much Israel loves Legos and Spiderman, but after that it's pretty sparse)?