Another yummy treat that both kids have gotten to enjoy is Go-Gurt! Kelton has been begging for it forever, but I always refused to buy it until they just recently came out Simply Go-Gurt. It doesn't contain hfcs, artifical colors or flavors and after coupons, it's only about $1/box at Walmart. The best part was that they both got to have it together!!
We don't have too many pictures like this because of the gender/age difference with the kids, but I love having a couple outfits that ALL of them have been able to wear.
Two weeks ago, Eric dug up our gnarly rose bushes and all the ugly lava rock and replaced it with mulch and some pretty bushes. There was also a bush in the corner that he removed and replaced with some flowers. He worked really hard, Katie was a big help and the front yard looks great!
Earth Day this year was just me and Kon Kon. Kelton was at school and Katie was at Debbie's. Naturally he wore an appropriate outfit (the socks are organic :-) and I made dirt and worms for dessert that night. It was super yummy (and gluten free!)
I spent $22 and some change on this stuff at Target Monday evening. I'm super excited to be sharing my couponing skills with the neighborhood pond wives and even more excited that Eric's finally willing to set a budget so we can work towards paying off the truck faster and saving more.
four stores in under 3 hours!
Target was first. I dropped $20.93 for this stuff and grabbed a green tea latte on my way out. :-) Yum! This was such an awesome deal on diapers that I might go back before the week is over!
Dillons was next. I mostly went to stock up on veggies. I paid $31.95 for this stuff and got a $4 coupon to use on my next trip.
I had planned to head home after that since Eric was home alone with all 3 kids, but when I called he said things were going fine, so I headed to Walmart. This stuff was $40.53.
Last stop was Walgreens. I paid $7.34 but left with $7 in RR to spend next time. Eric loves those laundry sheet things to wash his work clothes with. I don't actually use Stayfree, but I made $1 each purchasing them, so they'll go to the local Care and Share next time I take a box in.
So for this week, I spent $100.75 but saved $138.61 with my coupons AND I have $11 to spend when I shop next week. We might have to buy a loaf of bread this week and I might go back to Target for more diapers, but other than that, we're done!