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Photos galore! The dress, the church, the carriage. Oh my. It's breathtaking isn't it? I'm watching it with my 5 year old daughter and can remember watching Princess Di get married with my Mom when I was a little girl. We're impressed and now Kenzie wants to know how she can find a real Prince to marry so she can be real Princess. It's a treat as we're eating breakfast in the family room to watch the Royal Wedding. Kenzie enamored and Kyle could careless. What are your

It's time to suck up the dust and crumbs with this nifty new innovative handheld from Dyson - The DC35 Digital Slim which works on multi-surfaces from bricks to hardwood to carpets. I'll be taking for a test run over the next few days -after receiving a free sample from Dyson. More footage coming soon!  It mounts on the wall, has this rocking extender so I can dust the blinds and other high up places. Dyson put together a little video for the Walmart Moms, showing us

I’ve got some more cleaning tips and tricks from teaming up with Scrubbing Bubbles. A few months ago I introduced you to the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner—my secret weapon for keeping my shower fresh and clean. Now, I have a new favorite product to add to my list! Check out the video below to see how I conveniently and easily manage cleaning my toilet.

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Wonder how to throw an Olivia the Pig birthday bash on a budget? Here’s a guest post from Iris with all kinds of tips below. I also love the free Olivia printables from NickJr.com that make hosting and decorating a breeze.

How to Throw an Olivia the Pig Birthday Party

Some time after my daughter Skylar turned one, she began demanding to watch Olivia on Nick Jr. She could barely say it, but every night when it was time for her nighttime bottle, she would say “Oleeva, Oleeva!” I don’t even remember when we first watched the cartoon, but somehow, in my little girl’s mind, she knew that she wanted to watch Olivia. And it soon became an obsession. She didn’t watch that much TV, but if the TV was on, it could only be Olivia on the screen. The strange part was, I too became obsessed with this cute little pig and found the cartoon quite entertaining. Thus, I began planning Skylar’s Olivia the Pig birthday party.

Being a stay-at-home-mom, whenever I start party planning, the first thing on my mind is keeping the party budget low. Fortunately I am pretty good at finding deals and being creative when it comes to stretching the dollar. Here are some of my tips for keeping a party budget low:

It hit me that for the 1st time, I missed a first moment. Not a major milestone like walking, talking, giggling, or smiling. Just a tee ball game.  But still, it was a 1st. And the very first "1st" that I've ever missed in the 5 1/2 years of calling myself a Mom. I fear this will be a trend of things to come in the next year and for years to come as my girl grows up. Sadly I'll get more "vested" in my

We learn so much from our mothers. From family traditions and the way we bring up our children, to the down and dirty of cleaning—the way we do laundry, the way we clean our sinks and toilets. It’s all greatly influenced by mom. Most of you know that I’ve teamed up with Scrubbing Bubbles to reveal the dirt behind why, how and when women clean as we go through different life experiences. Recent survey findings from the Scrubbing Bubbles Dirty Work Index, revealed some fascinating