If you are a regular reader of Medium Sized Family, then you’ve come expecting the usual post in my 5 Ways We’ve Saved Money This Week series. I love writing this series! And don’t worry, because it will return next Friday.
It was a cold, gray day about 10 years ago. The wind was blowing as I walked out of the grocery store with a full cart, trying to juggle my just turned 2 year old and my 8 month old baby amidst all of the plastic bags filled with food. I was squeezing the trip in after a long day at work while my hubby traveled from the college where he was taking classes to his full time job.
There’s nothing quite as cozy as cuddling up under a blanket by a warm fire with a pair of cute, snuggly socks and a cup of hot tea. The warm fuzzy feeling is wonderful enough to make even a warm weather girl like myself enjoy the season.
I admire the fact that my nieces and nephews don’t actually roll their eyes in annoyance when they’re asked “How’s school?” by adults for the 20th time. If you ask a kid that question and expect anything other than “Good” for an answer, you’re fooling yourself!
Meanwhile, the dinner conversation is turning into a precarious area. You just know there will be a brawl at the first mention of Donald Clinton.
There’s only one thing that can fix these problems.
A good laugh!
Keep these up your sleeve to bring a festive mood to your Thanksgiving meal!
Finding the perfect gifts for parents who have everything is challenging. Thankfully, you can just grab something from this easy list!
It’s time to go shopping, and you know you have to find something special. The trouble is, how you don’t have a clue where to look for gifts for parents who have everything!
How can you show up empty handed for the people who gave you life? Sure, they might tell you not to buy them anything, but it doesn’t seem right.
Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. They’ll love these gift ideas, and they probably don’t already have 5 of them in their attic.
What Do You Buy As Gifts for Parents Who Have Everything?
Let’s look at some suggestions that won’t add clutter, but can be appreciated by most people.
While I like to blog about frugal ways to raise a family, I have a guilty little secret.
My name is Jamie, and I have a fast food problem.