Growing up I spent many holidays in Los Angeles with my family. I remember when we all packed up and went to Disney the only problem was I was afraid of rides and characters at the time.
My little one has had an obsession with Mickey Mouse since he could stand and we had already went to Disney on Ice countless times so what was next? Disneyland. Off we went on a 6am flight landed at LAX breakfast then on to Disneyland. What was even greater is that our tickets to the park where free talk about a savings and they came with fast pass so no waiting in line.
The park had plenty of rides for my little one who is thirty five inches tall. From turkey legs to the tea cups we had a blast. So much of a blast I looked into his stroller at only 7pm and he was sleeping mouth open and all.
I left the theme park with memories to last a life time. To see his smile and him jumping for joy was well worth the exhaustion that my body is feeling right now. Now we are on to Knotts Berry Farm to see Snoopie.
I began packing Mahkai’s lunch a couple of weeks ago and have seen changes in his after school hunger, his bowl movements and as an added bonus he loves to carry his cute lunch box that I purchased at Kroger. Packing a lunch can be time-consuming to some but it’s so worth all the benefits like knowing exactly what your toddler is consuming.
I start by packing Mahkai a AM snack: granola bar and oranges
For lunch he has: chicken nuggets and steamed broccoli and carrots, with an Honest juice
Pm snack : Apple sauce and graham crackers
Bonus Snacks: pretzels and fruit snacks
I also always make sure my little guy has water to hydrate and I label it with his name, Each snack and meal is labeled to help his teacher, left up to any child or toddler they would just eat all the snacks from their lunch and toss out the food …… I did it growing up (sorry grandma). That’s all for Tips Tuesday be sure to share the tea.
Father’s Day is that special day sat aside for dads. I’m more of the creative type who puts a lot of thought into gifts. We must give credit where credit is due the role of a father is so important in a child’s life for little gents the father can be a role model and for little ladies he’s a a first love. You don’t have to splurge to get a thoughtful gift that dad will enjoy and cherish here’s a few tips.
1. Hand crafts aka DIY- Last year we made Dad a story booked filled with meaningful photos and went with a super hero theme for the captions. The total cost of the project was less than $10. There’s tons of DIY gifts on Pinterest.
2. Cook- a way to a mans heart is through his stomach make dad a nice brunch or a big dinner.
3. Groupon- if dad likes kick boxing, movies or rock climbing there’s always deals on groupon.
4. Sports Tickets- if dad likes soccer, basketball or even football stubhub comes in handy with affordable tickets, some baseball games as low as $11.
5. Customize it- It could be a tie clip, watch case or even jewelry the little extra touch goes a long way.
6. Be sure to plan ahead- the more time you put in the better the gift will be.
7.Give dad more attention than mom the entire day, not only will it make mom jealous but dad will feel appreciated.
Ultimately don’t be the last min card from the grocery store type of gift. These were simple tips to help get the creative Father’s Day ideas going. So what are you getting DAD for Father’s Day?
I’m always looking for products that will work for my little ones sensitive skin. Well this product found us and we were more than pleased. There’s nothing better than finding a company who puts the health of costumers first there wipes are 100% natural and cotton. So not only do they not irritate my little ones skin but there soft to touch. I was most surprised with the size of the wipes, they were larger than the typical baby wipes from other brands giving buyers more for their buck.
Let’s talk perks the wipes are chlorine and alcohol free as well as fragrance free. They continued to stay moist and not leave my little one with dry skin. Them being all natural I’m able to use the wipes on his face, hands and bottoms. I would recommend these wipes to all parents with children under 5 because there at an affordable price, great packaging and durable a parents worst nightmare can be going through numerous wipes for one simple diaper change. Did I mention how adorable the packaging is with the little owl? Link below to snag these Happy Little Campers wipes for your little one as well.
Thank you so much Happy Little Campers your an life saver. We will definitely be a reaccuring user.
This week we are going to focus on Couponing. I never realized how much I could save by couponing until it was time to buy diapers.Now I use coupons for everything food, household goods, and even clothes . Here are a seven of my tips and tricks to getting all of our house hold needs using coupons.
- Get the news paper.
- Grab Scissors
Now that the easy part is out the way let’s get to couponing.
3. Have something to store coupons in, rather its a binder or a simple folder.
4. Have your shopping list handy- This helps you to know which coupons to look for.
5. Stacking Coupons for online Purchases- this always comes in handy when shopping at Carters. Why not use a 50% off and a 20% off at the same time.
6. Become a member- Rather its Costco, Randall’s or Kroger those points add up and check their weekly ads.
7. Coupon Websites to use: Coupons.com Couponmom.com & Coolsavings.com
BONUS: Get the app 51 Check out, you can gain a percentage of the money you spend back. Drop your Coupon tips below.