Saturday, October 18, 2014

FREE Case of Water at Staples 10/18-10/19


Staples is offering a FREE Case of regional Spring Water when you head in with this coupon today and tomorrow only (10/18-10/19)! This offer is limit one per customer.


Thanks, My Military Mommy-

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Friday, October 17, 2014

LEGO Book Deals on Amazon



Amazon has the LEGO Star Wars: The Dark Side for $10.70 right now (Reg. $16.99).



The LEGO Ideas Book has over 500 ideas for those bricks that you have!

Right now this book is $14.09 (Reg. $24.99).



LEGO Legends of Chima: Character Encyclopedia is on sale for $12.67 (Reg. $18.99)


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Fashion Friday - Fall Leggings $9.97 & Free Shipping Today (10/17) ONLY


Here's a perfect way to stock up on Fall Fashion Leggings!  Today (10/17) ONLY - at Cents of Style get over 40 styles/colors of Leggings 50% off - must at $9.97 Shipped with coupon code LEG50.

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Top National Groupon Deals 10/17

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Kindle eBook Deals 10/17

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Looking for a good book to download? Here are the Amazon Kindle Daily Deals for October 17th:



**Don't forget: You can read more than 360,000 Kindle books on your PC with this free application – no Kindle required. Download it here (for Windows 7, Vista, and XP).*

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Nielsen Home Scan Consumer Panel *Sign Up


It's back!  Join Nielsen Home Scan Consumer Panel - Earn valuable points, which are redeemable for electronics, household items, jewelry, toy, gift cards, and more.(no landline required with this homescan signup)


For the $500 card:

Once you become a NCP panel member all you have to do is scan and send them your household purchase information every week with a handheld scanner that they provide. For each week of the month NCP receives your purchase information, you will earn one entry into the Monthly Sweepstakes where you can win a $500 American Express Rewards Card. That's up to FOUR entries every month! Every month, 25 panel members win!


That's not all… Every quarter an additional 40 panel members win a $500 American Express Rewards card just by sending purchase information in every week of a month.


For the $20k message:

Once you become a NCP panel member all you have to do is scan and send them your household purchase information every week with a handheld scanner that they provide. For each week in a qualifying quarter NCP receives your purchase information you will earn one entry into their Grand Prix Sweepstakes where you can win $20,000! Every quarter one lucky panel member wins!

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FREE Apps for the Family

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I love finding freebies. Today & tomorrow only, get 14 Apps for Family & Kids for FREE from the Amazon Appstore for Android. Offer ends 10/18.



Apps include:



Yo Gabba Gabba! Party in My Tummy (Retail $1.99)

Fionna Fights - Adventure Time (Retail $0.99)

Kids Measurement Science - Length, Weight, Time and Money games (Retail $1.99)

Kids Reading Comprehension Level 2 (Kindle Tablet Edition) (Retail $0.99)

Fast Food Nutrition , Calories , Carbs plus Calculator for Weight Loss , Diet Watchers , Cals , BMI & Carb Control Mobile App (Retail $2.99)

Grocery Shopping List (Retail $0.99)

House Cleaning List (Retail $0.99)

Motivated Moms - 2014 (Retail $3.99)

Healthy Habit Tracker (Retail $2.99)

Mathemagica - Math School, Prepare for elementary school exams, learn through flash cards, first to sixth grade over 200 math drills (Retail $0.99)

Reward Charts (Retail $0.99)

Owl and Pals Preschool Lessons (Retail $0.99)

Gro Flowers (Retail $0.99)

Words and Riddles: Crossword Puzzle (Retail $0.99)



Thanks, My Memphis Mommy!

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Baby’s First Halloween At Babies R Us October 18th

If you have a baby born in 2014, check out this free event at Babies R Us!


On Saturday, October 18th from 10-11am, head to your local BabiesRUs and participate in their Baby's First Halloween event!


There will be crafts, story time, and special trick-or-treat surprises for baby, raffles, giveaways, and more! Head over here for more details.

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Please Join Me in the Teal Pumpkin Project - Making Halloween Safe for Food Allergy Kids!


My twin boys have life-threatening food allergies to Peanuts & Tree Nuts.

There are so many life changes that happen to us because of it. Not only do we struggle at bday parties, vacations, etc...they have also NEVER had the chance to trick or treat!

As they get older, it's been a harder battle to endure. When they were younger, they didn't know what they were missing...they would get dressed up and we would make a "big deal" about passing out candy/glow sticks to other kids as they came by. By the time they were 6, they started to realize that they weren't going door to door. At age 9, it is the battle of - I want to go with my friends. I feel so awful saying no and my husband and I have struggled on allowing them to go and just hand over their treats to their friends. We cannot even sort candy, nut oil is strong - one peanut item would be all it would take to possible contaminate the whole bag. 


Then the Teal Pumpkin Project came along....when I saw it I cried!

This is such a small thing, but it means the world to kids like mine!!! Did you know that 1 in 13 kids suffer from a food allergy? That's a lot of kids who might feel left out of the festivities.

I know my boys do...even though we open our house up and have a party with plenty of safe candy and treats for them...it's still not the same.


I will be passing out flyers in my neighborhood, in hopes that some houses may be willing to participate. They even have a flyer made up - if you would like to do the same and help spread the word: get it here. Of course, I will be proud to display our BIG teal pumpkin and sign!

We will still have candy...just safe candy like sixlets, gummies, suckers, etc..

Plus, we always have glow sticks - they are inexpensive and great for the night!


I implore you to paint a pumpkin teal and make this holiday inclusive and not exclusive! 


What's the Teal Pumpkin Project?

The Teal Pumpkin Project encourages people to start a new tradition and raise awareness of food allergies during the Halloween season by:

providing non-food treats for trick-or-treaters,

and painting a pumpkin teal – the color of food allergy awareness – to place in front of their house along with a free-printable sign from FARE to indicate they have non-food treats available.


The idea for the Teal Pumpkin Project originated with the Food Allergy Community of East Tennessee (FACET), and FARE is pleased to be bringing it to the attention of families across the country for the first time this year.


What do I do if I want to participate?

Participating is simple – paint a pumpkin teal, pick up some inexpensive toys and download FARE's sign to show that you have non-food treats to hand out. It's a simple gesture that can have a big impact. You can also download FARE's promotional flyer to circulate in your local community so that your neighbors can participate too!


Why teal?

Teal is the color of food allergy awareness.


Are there any non-food treats that I should avoid?

There are a few considerations when choosing which non-food items to hand out. First, some non-food items still contain allergens, such as Play-Doh, which contains wheat. Additionally, try to choose latex-free items, as there are children who also have latex allergies.


Can I still pass out candy?

Sure – just do it safely! The point of the Teal Pumpkin Project is to make trick-or-treating as inclusive as possible. You can keep the experience safe by keeping your food treats and non-food treats in separate bowls, and by asking trick-or-treaters if they have any food allergies or giving them a choice of which treat they'd like: candy, or a non-food item.


How do I get my neighbors involved?

Print out some of FARE's flyers and put them in your neighbors' mailboxes. If you have a neighborhood email lists: you can send out an email about the initiative, including a link to FARE's website. You can also reach out to your local library, dentist/doctor offices, schools, or community buildings to see if they would be willing to help you post signs or get the word out. Share information on social media, and post a picture of your teal pumpkins when you have them near your door! Don't forget to use the hashtag #TealPumpkinProject when you post!


Ideas for Non-food Treats

Available at dollar stores, party supply stores, or online shops, these low-cost items can be purchased and handed out to all trick-or-treaters, or made available in a separate bowl from candy if you choose to hand out both options. Nearly all of these items can be found in a Halloween theme or festive colors.


Glow sticks, bracelets, or necklaces

Pencils, pens, crayons or markers

Bubbles

Halloween erasers or pencil toppers

Mini Slinkies

Whistles, kazoos, or noisemakers

Bouncy balls

Finger puppets or novelty toys

Coins

Spider rings

Vampire fangs

Mini notepads

Playing cards

Bookmarks

Stickers


For more information, Q&A, plus a sign - go here: http://www.foodallergy.org/teal-pumpkin-project

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