This is the first Ollie’s Bargain Outlet to come to Rhode Island, but there are more than 230 in the United States. We drove to Ollie’s with a FEW definite products in mind to buy, but ended up leaving with a CART full of items from coffee to weed and feed. Here’s what $126 at Ollie’s got my family.
I never thought I’d need a FOURTH registry, but I donated almost all of my baby items two weeks before I found out I was pregnant. Through the years, my registries have gotten shorter, but more efficient. Here are five tips to keep in mind.
While it’s fun to decorate Easter eggs the traditional way using food coloring, bowls and spoons, my kids also really enjoy trying out new designs. Check out some of the ideas we’ve done in year’s past.
I am so excited to be offering Free Advanced Screening Passes to another fun, family movie for all Mod Mommy readers in the Providence area. This time, I’m partnering with DreamWorks for the upcoming release of The Boss Baby!
While they’ve been around for what seems like forever, essential oils have become an integral part of many households in recent years. People use them for different purposes- from aromatherapy to cleaning. Absolutely chemical-free, extracts from nature, essential oils are pet and baby-friendly.
Of all of the dress-up costumes we have, my daughter favorites the princess gowns. We have a few tiaras, but her brothers always manage to break them or they get lost. Since I don’t like to re-buy items my kids are rough with, I got an idea to make a different type of crown with my daughter.
If you’ve read some of my most recent blog posts, you’ll see that my husband and I are finding more ways to save money as we wait for the birth of our fourth child. It’s been really great to see how some small changes can have such an impact on our bank account.
In 12 weeks I will become a mom for the fourth time. I’m not panicking, you are. 😱 I might be freaking just a little bit. In an effort to find more ways to save money, we are doing a few things before the new baby arrives – like cloth diapering and getting discounts on gas.
You’d think because I’m pregnant with my fourth child that I would have anything and everything you’d need for a baby. Well, I did. Except I donated a ton two weeks before I found out I was pregnant and am left with just a few items. This time around I’ve been looking for products that will make my life a bit easier.
After watching Creative Galaxy’s Valentine’s Day episode, “Heart Day,” my kids and I were inspired to make a DIY Mailbox for their Valentine’s Cards. All that’s needed for this project is either an empty tissue or shipping box, stickers and glitter.
I love me a good handprint or fingerprint craft and this one does not disappoint. You can turn it into a card, put it on canvas, frame it, whatever you decide. To help get you started I created a free printable to make it easier for the little ones.