The idea of these is so wonderful that I can’t believe someone didn’t think of it sooner! What these books do is
they organize your child’s teeth, they help you to cherish your childs toothless moments, they keep track of your child’s changing smile, and they are fun to share with your family and friends for years to come!
Christmas has officially just about come and gone. Today was a really nice STRESS FREE day. Melody is sleeping right now as I am blogging and catching up on e-mails. The Duck in oven smells extremely delightful… I am only hoping it taste just as good as I have never had duck before. I also got some work done today on a design for my client, just waiting on the word to start more work on the next design.
I’ll write about the loot that Hubby, Mel, and I swapped with each other in my next post!
I came across a few deals after Christmas that I just couldn’t pass up and I thought I would share!
Right now Target is have a wonderful mark downs on all sorts of items! I bought my daughters next car seat over the weekend because it was fifty-dollars off. The one I purchased is a Britax Roundabout Carseat in Cowmooflage! It’s adorable and she’ll be able to use it for many years to come!
I also got a few things on sale over at the Baby Center Store as most things are 70% off since they are closing shop in January. I got a set of cloth diapers among a few other things for my daughter. Hurry over before the deals are gone!
I was browsing my favorite retail websites today and I found out about something wonderful that Sears is doing! I bet you are wondering what it is that has made be so happy. Well, Sears has a program called Sears Heroes at Home. What they have done is for people like you me to go online to their website and donate money so military families can have a Happy Holiday too.
If you choose to donate, any money you donate, is not tax deductible, but it will be used to buy gift cards which will then be distributed to families that are registered. Some things on these families wish lists are simple everyday necessities such as clothing for kids.
This is really nice to do because I think we all need a little help during the tough time we’ve been having with the economy and what a perfect way to say thank you to the men and women who serve and may not be able to make it home to spend time with their loved ones during this holiday season. You can even read testimonials about those families whom people have donated too.
You can spread the word just like me by add the badge I have below to your Facebook or MySpace page or even to your blog.