I’m a real stickler when it comes to car seat safety. The one thing you NEVER want to do is buy a used seat or continue using a car seat that has been involved in an accident. Without knowing the car seats true history, you could be putting your child at risk. Looking to upgrade your child’s car seat? If your little one is outgrowing their infant seat or car seat, or perhaps you need an extra car seat, booster seat, etc.
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Cold season never seems to go away. Bringing comfort to our kids when they aren’t feeling well is always a top priority for me.
Congratulations graduate! You’ve just graduated college, which is a huge step for any young adult, and often a challenging one. You are finally on your way to becoming the responsible man or woman you want to be. This can seem intimidating at first – stepping into the real world is a big deal. Most graduates have student loans to pay off in addition to supporting themselves as well as investing into your future.
There is nothing cheap about a higher education. College life is very expensive when you add the cost of tuition, books, housing and other necessities together. On top of having to take out students loans, some parents are forced to apply for private and/or parents loans. Jason is in his third year of college and I want him to focus on studying. We are always exploring new ways help him save money without over working himself.
It’s almost time for the kids to head back to school. Which usually also means its time to start shopping for a new wardrobe because those little darn sprouts just keep growing like weeds. When back to school time comes around and your kids need new clothes, it can become a stressful time for parents. Shopping for new clothes can add up quickly, especially if you have more than one child to shop for.