CONGRATS TO KATIE OF KITCHEN STEWARDSHIP! PLEASE SEND ME YOUR MAILING ADDRESS ASAP. THANKS! Hilarious. Definitely fun. Kinda feels like it’s real. When a scary part happens, you definitely feel scared. I’m jealous that I didn’t think of those jokes. — FishBoy 8 Funny and exciting. — FishBoy 12 Yes, my boys are boys. Not […]
Mothers of sons from sea to shining sea know the pain caused by a small, plastic brick when stepped on in the middle of the night. They know that tell-tale crashing sound that emanates from the playroom when a box of said bricks is dumped onto the floor. In their minds eye, they can picture […]
How does it sound to have realistic money-saving solutions for every area of your life? Or how about meals for under $2? Or what do you think about exercise and nutrition information to stay fit and healthy without spending a bundle? Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, the editors of All You magazine are intent on […]
Remember that commercial from when you were a kid? Recently, I had the opportunity to revisit a taste from childhood, Sara Lee poundcake. Read my review here.
I have very fond memories of my childhood. Usually involving food. Obviously, I’m passing the same kind of memories on to my children. See? He’s doing a happy dance over dessert. Some of those foods from my childhood included Sara Lee products, two items in particular. When I was young, my family often served Sara […]
Awhile back, Peace Love Mom contacted me to ask if I would be interested in reviewing one of their shirts. I had heard about them before, even hosted a giveaway, but had never owned one. What with lots of colors and slogans, like “happy mom” and “grateful mom,” – with such a cute selection, you […]
Have you signed up with SwagBucks yet? I admit I was skeptical when I first heard about this “search and win” business. But, since signing up, our family has enjoyed free Starbucks and free books and gifts from Amazon. It’s really easy to win. Just sign up and use SwagBucks as your search engine. In […]
A few months ago I heard about this new product called Pop Pals. They were billed as holders for ice pops to prevent children from having cold hands. I confess I was a little skeptical about their usefulness. Cold hands has never been a problem for my children. Drips and messes are. And trying to […]