Did you ever look at a jar and think, "That's worn out"? Glass objects, like many other things, simply don't "wear out." And even if they show a little wear, it's perfectly acceptable to use them anyway. This means that you can buy them already used. Why spend two dollars on the same jar that you can get for fifty cents or less, used?
Finding out that you're pregnant is one of the greatest news you can get. But with the wonderful news, reality sets in. You may start to ask yourself if you can afford having children or what your diet should be like since you're now eating for 2 or more.
From prenatal vitamins to foods that aren't good for your growing fetus and your checklist for baby essentials, there are a lot of things going on at once.
One thing you'll quickly realize is that having a baby does not come cheap. However, you can make smart choices that
will make it affordable.
Are you raising a left-handed child? No worries. With approximately 10% of the population being left-handed (including President Obama and many former presidents), more and more products are being made to accommodate the needs of left-handed individuals.
Back when I was growing up, there was maybe one kid in my class every year that was left-handed. I distinctly remember that they were encouraged to write with their right hands. To my knowledge, there weren't any left-handed products to meet their needs, so they really had no other options but to use their right hands.
With a lot of research being done on left-handedness, more companies are seeing that there is a demand for left-handed products. If you go to Amazon and search "left-handed," everything from knives to guitars show up on the list.
If your looking to buy a gift for a left-handed child this holiday season, I have five gift ideas for you:
Back to School! This is the happiest time of the year for parents. The cost of full-time child care or camps
for the summer is usually sky high, so that expense will be gone for some. Then there is
the stay at home parent who will be soon getting about seven hours of peace and quiet each weekday.
It's not that they don't love their kids, but they sure are happy when the school year begins.
FaveCrafts.com has some projects you and your kids can make together for back to school.
Everything from book covers, locker mirrors, pencil cases, folders, tie dye lunch bags and MORE!
There isn't much time left--soon you're going to be loading them on the bus or dropping them off at
school. Get started making these great crafts and spend some more quality time together.
These are crafts they can actually use.
It may be August, but summer is winding down. I know for sure because "Back to School" sales are popping up everywhere. Yay, we get to indulge in one of our favorite past times, shopping--but with our children along it's not always so fun.
Here are some tips to make you shopping experience go smoothly with little kids all the way through teens.
Summer is here, woohoo! Hot weather, long days and the need to cool off go hand in hand with water games for kids. Kids, and even adults, can have a blast in the yard, in a pool, at the lake or at the beach playing with water. Get your squirt guns ready!