I love these Patriotic Krispies! They are the perfect treat for patriotic holidays such as Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day. Most all kids love Rice Krispy treats which make them a great treat for a cookout or get together. Best of all for my family, it’s a safe dessert for my daughter’s nut allergies. They are also so easy to customize for most any holiday. I have to admit, no matter how old I am they are still one of my favorite desserts. In fact, I can’t be trusted with an entire pan of them. [Read more...]
In the market for a backyard pool? Right now you can get this Summer Escapes 12 x 30 Metal Frame Swimming Pool for only $99! (Reg $159)
This is a really great deal on a pool that gets great reviews and will help keep your family cool all summer- includes a filter and cartridge as well.
Another option for a 12 x 30 pool is this Summer Escape 12 x 30 Quick Set Pool that’s only $59!! (Reg $65.49)
There’s a new Kohls Printable Coupon available today for $10 off $50 – or use code MOMSDAY10 online & pickup in store! This is stackable with the following codes as well:
- GIFT20 for 20% OFF Purchase
- or ALLDAISIES for 15% OFF Purchase
- and SPARKLE20 for 20% OFF Fine Jewelry
The Big One 12-Pc Bath Towel Value Pack is on sale for $35.99 (Reg $89.99)
Add (2) to your cart = $71.98
- $10 off $50 Code MOMSDAY10
- 15% OFF Code ALLDAISIES
(makes it $52.68, or $26.34 per set!)
Shipping is an extra $6.95, or get your order up to $75 for free shipping. If you choose in store pickup you can avoid shipping costs altogether.
Check out 13 Ways to Save at Kohl’s to learn all the shopping tricks you need to score great deals.
Right now at Kohl’s get some HUGE deals on Magformers sets (these are always so pricey!!)
Here’s one example:
Buy Magformers 62-Pc Neon Set $83.99 (Reg $119.99)
Use code SAVER5 for $5 OFF
And Use 30% OFF Cardholder code (Check your email!)
Use Free shipping cardholder code KCAPRIL
Pay $55.29 ~ Plus earn $10 Kohl’s Cash
= $45.29 Shipped!
That’s an AMAZING deal for this size set! Compare to $73 – $85 on Amazon.
New to Kohl’s Shopping? Check out 13 Ways to Save at Kohl’s to learn all the shopping tricks you need to score great deals.
If you liked this, check out more Holiday Toy Deals!
Through tomorrow only, 4/23, snag a Free 8×10 Photo Enlargement from Walgreens when you enter the code RND8X10 at checkout! This would be great for capturing some a shot for Mother’s Day
Just hop on over to Walgreens.com and upload or create your 8×10 photo enlargement! Plus you can choose Free in-store pick up to save yourself from paying the shipping!
- New SpinScrub Technology gently washes and scrubs hard floors
- Dual-tank technology separates clean water from dirty water
- Multi-surface use on sealed wood and vinyl, grout and tile
My 6 year old started sniffling today - and while my brain registered that it was very likely his allergies kicking in and not the flu – it did remind me that we’ve forgotten to get back into the after-school routine we began last year. Or as I like to call it – Operation Decontamination.
We were getting sick so often from the kids bring home school germs, that I began having them wash their hands and arms as soon as they walked into the door and change into play clothes, putting their germy school clothes into the hamper.
I know it may sound a bit over-the-top, but it was the only way I could think of to stop our whole family from constantly getting whatever was going around the elementary school.
Here are my Top 10 Tips to keep your family free of school-borne illness:
1 ) Keep anti-bacterial wipes in the car, to de-germ as soon as possible after school pickups
2 ) Wash your hands the minute you walk in the door
3 ) Change their clothes upon arriving home
4 ) Sneeze into tissues and then toss them immediately – sneezing into an elbow or sleeve is also better than a hand.
5 ) Take Vitamins (Especially C) to keep their (and your) immune systems strong and resilient
6 ) Teach your kids not to share things like thermoses, cups, food, etc… at school
7 ) Stay informed about illnesses spreading around the school, and don’t be afraid to keep your child home for a “Sick Day” once in awhile when the risk of catching something is high. In the long run, it can prevent them, and you, from having to take extra time off school or work.
8 ) When your kids DO come home sick, switch to paper towels instead of cloth towels for a few days so they won’t spread the germs to other siblings or adults.
9 ) Teach kids to wash hands for at least 20 seconds (That’s how long it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” twice)
10 ) Exercise, Plenty of Sleep, and Healthy Eating are tried and true ways to keep your body’s defenses up!
What do you do to make sure your family stays healthy all year long?