Thursday, April 19, 2012
Discover a purer, greener alternative for your hair by getting your hands on a sample packette of our Pure Clean 2-in-1 shampoo with a breakthrough clear conditioning formula. Get started by clicking the link: HERE
Find the information and directions HERE
Build A Sign Coupon: FREE 2'x4' Custom Horizontal Vinyl Banner (Just pay $7.45 shipping)
Find it HERE and use Coupon Code at checkout: CINCO2012
Just found this on Recycle Bank, which I hope you are all using to earn points and trade them for printable coupons!
Looks pretty interesting and the UPS label prints for FREE!
Find more HERE as well as HERE on Facebook!
Make sure you are signed up for Recycle Bank and taking advantage of all the new ways to earn points! You will want to print as many Kashi coupons as you can these days to take advantage of getting free Kashi from Giant this week and next! (buy 5, get $5 off on your next order and use 4 or 5 two dollar coupons = wooohooo!)
Never signed up? JOIN HERE
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
I hope you are all stocked up on Puffs after this week.
Giant has them for $1.25, buy 3 get 20 gas points. For me, with a 30 gallon tank, that means I spent $3.75 and received $6.00 in points towards gas. Yup, I got lots of tissues. Good thing, Candace has been home with a cold and obsessed with the tissues.
Don't have a 30 gallon tank? Find my post HERE on how to figure your gas points.
The feeding goal for children with special needs is to help them grow up to be as competent as possible with eating. The perspective of the Satter Feeding Dynamics model is that all children have eating capabilities. Care providers can help best by looking for and supporting those capabilities, then letting children push themselves along to the greatest extent possible to manage their own eating. This principle applies to preventing feeding problems with at-risk children as well as solving feeding problems once they occur. For parents, trusting the child to do his/her part with eating makes all the difference between
approaching feeding with dread, concern, and frustration or with confidence, practicality, and joy
Monday, April 16, 2012
Find more HEREJune 2, 2012 @ Davisville Church11:00 am to 3:00 pmFun Day is a special event designed for families with children ages 3-21 who have developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and/or autism. When you come to Fun Day you will experience a carnival-like atmosphere including: developmentally appropriate games, tons of prizes and other activities for the whole family, a unique food selection that takes into account common allergies, and a resource fair highlighting various local organizations that work with families and children who have special needs
thanks for sharing, Candy!
(and a video from last year to give you a taste here)