2 outfits for $29.95 from fabkids – great for back to school!

Posted on September 28th, 2015 by Discount Debbie

Free Nursing Cover

Posted on August 3rd, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

Use code “ENBABY” for your Free Nursing Cover.

Join Zulily FREE and shop up to 70% off!

Posted on July 19th, 2015 by Discount Debbie

Zulily – Kids & Womens Apparel, Accessories, and Toys

Baby Einstein bundles FREE

Posted on July 8th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

Items include 3 sturdy board books: “Who Lives Here?”, “Music on the Go” and “What is Black and White?” along with a squishy plush book, “Baby is SO Big”, discovery cards with ring, and an informative parent guide.

Citrus Lane – 40% Off Your First Box!

Posted on June 23rd, 2015 by Discount Debbie


Citrus Lane creates surprise packages for kids and their parents. We send an assortment of the best products–recommended by real moms and dads–right to your door each month. A Citrus Lane customer receives a beautiful box each month that is tailored to the age and stage of the child. The packages start with newborns, and go up to 5 years of age. In each box, subscribers get four to five top–rated products, along with insights into why we love and recommend these items.



5 FREE Pairs of Baby Leg Warmers

Posted on June 22nd, 2015 by Uncategorized

We want to give you a promo code for 5 free baby leggings (a $50 value) with 70+ Styles!

Click on “Shop Now” and select any 5 baby leggings you like!

Once you have made your selection, you’ll automatically be directed to the shopping bag. Enter the promo code “ENBABY” and we will deduct 100% off the cost of your selected baby leggings – all you pay are the SP&S fees!

Remember: the promo code is “ENBABY” and you can use it more

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Repurposing Items For Kid’s Art

Posted on May 8th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

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My daughter loves to do art. Painting, gluing, drawing, coloring, it doesn’t matter, if it is a creative sort of activity she is all over it. The thing is, art supplies can get crazy expensive at the rate she blows throw them! If I were buying scrapbook and other art materials every week to replenish the supplies she uses, I’d be broke before any of our essential bills got deducted out of our bank account! Anyway, because of that I’ve taken to using things around the house that aren’t necessarily earmarked as traditional art supplies to keep our art cabinets well-stocked. Some of what we use are:

Toilet Paper Rolls. These can be turned into anything from binoculars to telescopes to wheels or even small animals. They can be painted, colored, cut up… the possibilities are endless!

Cereal boxes. Instead of banishing these to the recycle bin, we cut them up. The front and back make for a good sized canvas that’s stronger than paper, so it can hold up to gluing and paint better than plain scrap paper will.

Pasta. Macaroni and other shaped pasta has long been a standby in kid’s art. Large pasta with holes can be strung on yarn to make necklaces and bracelets. Older kids can glue colored pasta onto paper in patterns or pictures.

Old marker caps. Have a bunch of dried-up markers you’re about to throw away? My daughter picked through a pile destined for the trash when I wasn’t looking and started gluing the colorful caps onto her pictures. Since then I’ve saved the caps and tossed them in her “stuff to glue” art bins. I just make sure to keep them out of reach of her 1 year old brother, since they are a choking hazard to younger kids!

Fabric scraps. Are you a crafty person yourself? Do you have a bunch of fabric scraps sitting around? Cut some up into smaller bits and let your children use them in their art. It’s a fun way to add a little texture and color to other art supplies.

What else have your kids used in their masterpieces?

Taking Advantage of Your Local Library!

Posted on April 10th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia


Local libraries can be amazing resources for saving money! And I don’t just mean checking out books about saving money, either. With the advent of the internet and mobile phones, people visit their libraries less and less—including me. But they offer quite a few ways to save money! How so?

Checking Out Entertainment—Everyone knows libraries lend books. Most libraries lend DVDs, Blu-Rays, and CDs as well. If you’re willing to wait until that movie you want to see comes out on DVD, rather than seeing it in the theater, you can save quite a bit of money! Just remember to return them in time to avoid fines. Don’t like using paper books anymore? Many libraries now lend e-books as well. Check with your local branch to see if yours does!

Entertain the Kids—Libraries often offer storytimes for children. Instead of taking your child to a play gym or class you need to pay for, if money is tight take them to library storytime! Good libraries will often have art or other activities such as puppet shows for free as well.

Museums on the Cheap—I live in a large city, so I’m not sure how many other city libraries do this. But our city library lends out limited museum passes to anyone with a library card! There is often a waitlist, but if you are flexible with the times and days you want to attend, you can score free passes to the aquarium, zoo, or other local museums—savings here can easily head into the hundreds of dollars depending on how many passes you normally would have had to buy!

Do Your Taxes At The Library—and not from a self-help book! During the first half of the year many libraries, along with other local government institutions, offer free tax help and filing services. Contact your local branch to see if you need to make an appointment and what forms and items you will need to bring with you.

What other low-cost or free services have you received from your local library?

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