If you haven’t learned by now then ya’ll should know I am super cheesy. While searching for Christmas gifts from grandkids I came across this adorable hug from home pillow. Since having kids I think the majority of their gifts are all DIY’s. I feel as though those are the gifts that mean the most… Continue reading Hug From Home DIY
I spend roughly an hour a day but sometimes I only have time to spend an hour or two the entire week. One of my couponing friends got me hooked onto this. It’s super simple really. You fill out snap surveys, complete campaigns and answer questions from other Influensters. When you go to your profile… Continue reading Spend An Hour Here A Day And Get Free Products!
My biological father flew in from Las Vegas to meet his grandchildren for the first time, he met my son when he was six months old but has never met his grand daughter. The kids had a blast meeting him and getting to know their grandpa. It was definitely a weekend for the books. I… Continue reading Knockerball
I don’t know about ya’ll but when it comes to the little gifts, sentimental gifts, or even stocking stuffers I am terrible when it comes to the mister. I can’t decide if it is just me, I am always trying to do something little that means a lot; or the fact that I just don’t… Continue reading Simple Gift for Him
This a huge adventure on my bucket list but unfortunately this is as close as I am getting right now! I had been looking forward to this for months! I found a groupon for it which included two tickets to go up the Eiffel, two photos and souvenir drinks. I am an adrenaline junkie! Even… Continue reading Eiffel Tower Experience
I recently completed an item on my bucket list, which was swimming with Stingrays! I went to an Interactive Aquarium, the one I went to was in Las Vegas, Nevada. The facility is so beautiful and unique! You can do so many things at this aquarium. There is so much to do here such as… Continue reading SeaQuest
“At the end of the day the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parent’s.” – Jane Hull