Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Gifts For Dad + Freebies

Forget the neck ties and tools this Father’s Day and personalize all your gifts this year. You’ll find six custom products for under $5 at Vistaprint – all are customizable and sure to bring a smile to dad’s face.

Does he have a favorite coffee mug? He will now! Upload your favorite photos of your husband and children onto a mug for just $2.99. Mouse pads make a great desk accessory for those long days at work – find fun designs for $3.99. Create a memory book for dad with photos from years past for $4. 

Plus, all the photos you upload will be saved in your Vistaprint account. Use them to create a personalized $5 T-shirt and desk calendar at $2.99. Add an engraved to the mix for just $4 and you will have the ultimate desk-kit to give to dad! All these reminders will keep him company at work day after day. Click here and take advantage of this great promotion, before it expires!

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Looking for more great deals or freebies?? Check these out- they expire on the 31st, so act quickly to get yours now!


Monday, May 28, 2012

Ink Garden: FREE Gift for Dad!

How fabulous is this deal? Just pay shipping! 

In celebration of Father's Day, Ink Garden wants to give Dad a FREE Notebook, Mouse Pad, or Coffee Mug! Use code:  FREEFORDAD 

Shipping Rates:$4.99 for the Notebook, $5.99 for the Mug, $4.99 for the Mouse Pad.

Take advantage of this awesome deal by clicking here. Hurry, an offer like this won't last long!!


Sunday, May 27, 2012

Crazy Coupons! Printable Coupons- Pampers, Coppertone, Armor All, +More

Check out some of these great printable coupons. Most of these are very new, so make sure you print them out before they reach the print limit.

I'm looking forward to taking advantage of the Pampers coupons, the Jell-o coupon, and the Coppertone coupons are great for the beginning of summer!

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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Band-Aid 'Magic Vision' featuring The Muppets!

From the press release:
BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages, a leading iconic brand of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc., recently unveiled BAND-AID® Brand Magic Vision App featuring Disney’s The Muppets. This one-of-a-kind application and platform uses augmented reality (AR) technology to provide parents with an unprecedented ability to entertain their kids during the traumatic moment of getting hurt in a way like never before. By downloading the app, parents and children can scan any of the BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages strips and boxes featuring Disney’s The Muppets to transport themselves through a magical portal into three distinct adventures and performances from the Muppets.

The BAND-AID® Magic Vision app featuring Disney’s The Muppets uses AR technology to merge a child’s real-life surroundings with graphics displayed on the digital screen that unlock a special world where the Muppets characters appear on your device in stunning view. Whether singing along to Kermit the Frog’s serenade, striking a pose with Miss Piggy or aiding The Great Gonzo on his daring act of lunacy, the AR app is designed to entertain and make Muppets fans forget about their boo-boos.  The free app is now available for iOS devices (iPhone 4/s or iPad2+) in the Apple App Store.

“For nearly 100 years, parents have relied on BAND-AID® Brand to help heal their kids’ cuts and scrapes, which means we have also become a part of those special, soothing and nurturing moments,” said Hugh Dineen, vice president, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. “Whether through our fashion-forward bandages or through this new technology-forward app, BAND-AID® Brand is committed to providing unexpected value during the healing process.”

“The incredible success of ‘The Muppets’ movie shows that Kermit, Miss Piggy and gang are as popular as ever,” said Embola Ndi, vice president of consumable goods, Disney Consumer Products. “With the new BAND-AID® Brand Magic Vision application featuring Disney’s The Muppets, we are able to reach parents and kids in a new way by turning an everyday healing moment into a fun, captivating experience.”

The BAND-AID® Magic Vision app featuring Disney’s The Muppets was developed through a collaboration between BAND-AID® Brand and Disney. Through this collaboration, BAND-AID® Brand worked with Disney as well as cutting-edge technologists to create a long-term digital platform that offers a unique channel for interaction between consumers and the two brands. Co-developed by BAND-AID® Brand’s advertising agency, JWT, the app was built on Qualcomm's Vuforia SDK platform, and effectively turns a BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages into a media platform using the power of an iPhone. The app also lets users take and store live action pictures with the Muppets and directly connect to the   BAND-AID® Brand Facebook page.

For additional information about the BAND-AID® Magic Vision app featuring Disney’s The Muppets, and to see a sample of this ingenious product and app, visit www.band-aid.com/magicvision.

Visit www.band-aid.com and be sure to “like” the BAND-AID® Brand on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bandaid, so you stay up to date on all of the fun promotions and never miss a deal!

Special thanks to the PR company representing Band-Aid for sharing this information with us.


Last Chance! Printable Coupons Expire on the 31st!

These coupons expire 5/31, so be sure to print them now, before they're gone! Keep on the look-out for some new deals and coupons tomorrow!
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Free Bowling All Summer at Over 250 AMF Locations

Summer is right around the corner! Have you figured out how the kids will keep busy through August? Summer camp, sports, swimming are all no-brainers, BUT what about when it's JUST. TOO. HOT. outside?

Spare yourself a house full of bored kids. AMF is kicking off Summer Unplugged the summer's best bowling deal! Starting Monday, May 14 through Monday, September 3 (Labor Day), kids 15 and under can bowl two free games per day. STRIKE!

 We mean that in a good way, as in bad is cool, as in wicked is awesome, you get the idea *wink, wink*. The adults are not be left melting in the heat! AMF is also offering a Summer Pass. For only $29.95 two adults and up to three family members 16 and over can bowl two free games per day all summer long. That's less than $7.50 per person!

Spare your kids from boredom (and the heat)! Just go to http://bit.ly/AMFfree to select a participating center and complete the simple registration form. Free game coupons will be emailed every week. Over 250 locations throughout the US! Fun. Active. Social. Local.

Do you have an AMF bowling center near you?? I wish we had one closer to us! This would be a great deal for when they visit grandma's...hmmmmm... Be sure to sign up for this great offer now. 


Monday, May 21, 2012

Crazy coupons- Many $1, great for doubling + BOGO

Found some great printable coupons and figured you might enjoy them, too! Love the Glade ones!!!!
Be sure to print them out now, before the print limits are reached!


Sunday, May 20, 2012

ToyDozer Review + Giveaway Ends 5/25

I love legos, and building blocks, puzzles, and all of the other toys that come with teeny tiny pieces. My problem with them is that every time the kids play with them, they remain all over the floor, until I have to threaten them that I will throw them away, vacuum them up, or never buy them again. Cleaning up these super fun, yet incredibly messy toys are one of my biggest battles with my kids. Until recently, I had no idea how to try to convince them that cleaning up these toys, in fact could be fun.
While trying to come up with a solution to help our problem, we stumbled upon an ingenious contraption called the TOYDOZER. This innovative new product promises to make the clean up process fun and efficient for both parents and kids. The Toydozer is simple and easy to use, and the results are dramatic. The “gatherer” is designed to work like the blade of a bulldozer and the “scoop” is modeled after a bulldozer scoop. Users hold on to the “gatherer” to collect small toys into the lightweight “scoop” and then dump the toys into their respective toy bins or containers.

With just a few scoops of the Toydozer, clean up time is over in no time. As mom to seven-year-old Harry, Toydozer creator Amy Bradley knows what it is like to be constantly picking up toys. “At the end of a long day, I dreaded cleaning up all of my son’s toys -- whether it was trains, safari animals, Duplo blocks or LEGOS -- spread out all over the floor,” Amy says. “After some brainstorming, I came up with a simple tool that made cleaning up easy and fun for all of us and the Toydozer was born!”

The Toydozer has a variety of uses and applications, depending on your clean up needs. Whether you are tackling a pile of LEGOS, Polly Pockets, or wooden blocks, the Toydozer will help you get the job done. This product is also a great way to teach kids responsibility by involving them in clean up time. TheToydozer is an essential clean-up tool in classrooms, day cares, play spaces or anywhere kids play.

The Toydozer retails for $18.99, ships free anywhere in the United States and Canada. The product is available exclusively on the toydozer.com website. It comes in three vibrant colors: blue, yellow and purple. Each Toydozer features orange Velcro tabs that attach the gatherer to the scoop when not in use for easy storage. I love this part. Seriously love it. I cannot tell you how many times I go to get my dustpan and the small brush is nowhere to be seen or heard of. The kids love playing with the ToyDozer, pretending that they are construction vehicles, even beeping while they back up. Everything stays all together, which means that there's no more scrambling for the pieces of something else specifically designed for clean-up. The best part is that even Abbie has stuff in her room that the ToyDozer is great at picking up. She LOVES puzzles. Some puzzle pieces are much easier than others, but I love that it keeps her busy picking them up!

The reality is that most of us will never love cleaning up, but the Toydozer helps everyone get the job done fast and move onto something they would rather be doing. Less cleaning means more playing!

For more product information, please visit www.toydozer.com. Follow ToyDozer on Twitter (@toydozer) and Facebook to keep up-to-date with the latest promotions and see the Toydozer in action!

Our friends at ToyDozer have offered our readers their chance to score one of these for free! Here's how:

Click on the comment link and tell us which toy(s) you hate pulling out for your child to play with because of how much of a mess it makes, and why you should win!

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Friday, May 18, 2012

There are not enough hours in the day...

So... Nobody warned me that being a mom of two school aged kids and a newborn was CRAZY.

Labor and delivery were not fun, but we both survived, despite a bag of blood, a spinal headache, and a blood patch.

Baby is amazing- Zachary Matthew. I'm in love. Who knew that a heart could just keep expanding the way it does each time you have a child. It's amazing. I'm trying to sort through 2000 emails that came in in the two and a half weeks we spent laid up in the hospital, and during the last few days with all of our after-discharge appointments.

I'm spent. Bri has been so helpful. The kids adore him. Now if only he slept for 5 hours at night instead of during the day- life could go back to its normal chaos.

Thanks for all of the patience you have shown towards us. I am planning on posting several reviews and giveaways this weekend that were scheduled to post the week our new addition joined our family, but I have no idea why it never posted. And some of the coding got all screwy. So I'm working on fixing it all. If you notice anything not loading right, please message us.

Oh, and if you enter our giveaways- which I really hope you do, because the more that enter and visit our site, the cooler stuff we get to giveaway- PLEASE, please, please leave the mandatory comment. It takes all of ten seconds. I cannot tell you how many winners I chose for the last few giveaways that I had to not announce/disqualify because they did not leave us a comment. Thanks to those that do.

I will be posting more pictures of our little man soon.. in the mean time, save your energy for all of the giveaways I'll be posting this weekend.  


Movie Review: Mighty Fine -In Select Theaters May 25th!

My "Themes in Films" teacher in high school did a whole lesson on Chazz Palminteri movies, and I was hooked. I related a family story to A Bronx Tale, and could see hidden symbolism in many of his others- the fact of the matter is- I love Chazz Palminteri movies. When I was offered the opportunity to preview the newest, Mighty Fine, I leapt at the opportunity.

Growing up in New York, with crazy, over-protective parents with anger issues, I could see a lot of my life in this movie. No, I'm not Jewish, nor did our family drastically move to the south, but I could relate to Maddie, played by Rainey Qualley. I saw a lot of my own personal strengths and weaknesses in her, yet much of the dedication and loyalties of the younger sister, Natalie, played by Jodelle Ferland.  I really saw a lot of my own family in the whole Fine family.

Onto the movie....
The Story
The story of "Mighty Fine" is fictional, but it draws to a great extent on writer/director Debbie Goodstein's vivid memories of her childhood. "My father had anger issues, ups and downs, and living in his world could be a bit of a rollercoaster ride," says Goodstein. "He loved his family but had self-destructive impulses and a rage that made life with him unpredictable and sometimes very scary." Many of Goodstein's friends also had fathers similar to her own, and she contrived the character of Joe Fine as a composite. Goodstein sees Joe as a creature of his time, someone who couldn't exist today: "Joe Fine is the king of his castle, like so many men of the seventies. But even then, things were changing rapidly, and men like Joe, with all their bravado and patriarchal dominance, were poised for extinction. Today, with so many women in the workplace, that castle has become more of a stronghold of equanimity."
The Father
Joe is a charming, larger-than-life character who wants to be Super Dad, and during his good moods, that's exactly what he is. Unfortunately, his low moods take him to very dark and dangerous places. "At the root of Joe's violent temper is fear and a very fragile psyche," says Goodstein. "Like so many men, he feels that his self worth is defined by his wealth. He loves his family, but when faced with failure, his insecurities flare up and make him act out in crazy ways, almost like a child having a tantrum." Goodstein continues: "When Joe is feeling rich there's nothing he won't do for his family, but when he's feeling poor and trapped by the prospect of failure, he becomes a caged animal‹any slight against him is responded to reflexively and aggressively.
The Actor
Goodstein selected award-winning actor Chazz Palminteri ("A Bronx Tale," "Bullets Over Broadway," "The Usual Suspects") to portray Joe because of his likeability and warmth. "I needed someone who could be aggressive and filled with rage but still remain sympathetic and even loveable." Says Palminteri: "Joe needs therapy, but he's one of these guys who don't believe in therapy. A lot of times with people who have mental problems, as long as they're doing really well, they don't surface. And in this case, when his business starts going down, that's when things start to unravel. That's when he has to confront his own demons."

As the son of an abusive father, Joe definitely doesn't want his kids to have a childhood like his. "I did some investigating for the part and I spoke to people who were hit by their father or mother," says Palminteri, "and the thing that pops up again and again is anger. Joe can be very violent. He's never hit his kids--he does slap Maddie at one point--but he's never really hit the kids or his wife." Says Goodstein: "Joe draws the line at physical abuse, as he encountered it in his own youth. He doesn't seem to realize that emotional abuse can be equally destructive."
The Mother
Like Goodstein's own mother, Stella is a holocaust survivor. But while Goodstein's mother hid with relatives--her mother's sister's wartime story is told in Goodstein's first feature, "Voices From the Attic"--Stella survived alone. "Stella's story is even more frightening than my mother's," says Goodstein. "She was all by herself when Joe saves her, so she is forever in his debt. She doesn't have a strong enough ego to impose her will upon anyone, especially Joe. She spends her life trying to make him happy, so much that she has lost all sense of herself." Goodstein saw a vulnerability and fragility in Andie MacDowell ("Groundhog Day," "Four Weddings and a Funeral") that she felt was right for Stella. "There's something old world about her, and along with her Southernness, Andie evokes a fish out of water sensibility," says Goodstein. "Stella can never fit in anywhere, even in her own family, because no one will ever be able to relate to her experience."  Another reason Goodstein picked MacDowell was because she felt she could relate to Stella's emotional pain and denial in very real terms. "Stella loves Joe and doesn't know how to set any boundaries," says MacDowell. "She's been abused for so long that abuse is normal, and she can't conceive of the idea that she can make it go away." MacDowell continues: "I understand Stella because I lived that life myself. My mother was an alcoholic. My job in my home was to keep the peace."
The Actress
Although MacDowell worked with two vocal coaches on her Polish accent, she found a lot of her guidance and inspiration from a Polish actress who lives near her North Carolina home. The woman had been in America long enough so that MacDowell could hear how her accent had acclimated itself and changed‹the sounds she still had and the sounds she had lost. MacDowell also discovered that the actress had lived a difficult life that paralleled Stella's in uncanny ways. "She shared a lot about her life with me," says MacDowell, "and I thought, 'Oh God, this is what I need!' It wasn't just her accent that I stole, but I stole part of her personality. There was something really feminine about the way she talked and the way she moved that I fell in love with and thought would be perfect for the character. I kind of snipped this woman's essence for Stella."
The Daughters
Most of the conflict that takes place in the film is between Joe and his 16-year-old daughter Maddie, (played by Rainey Qualley). Maddie is at the point in her life where she is starting to think for herself, seek friendships outside the family, and recognize her father's dysfunctional behavior for what it is. "Maddie's the only one of the three female characters who's brave enough to stand up to her father," says Qualley. "She feels a lot of responsibility to take care of her sister and her mother, so when she acts out or does something that affects her father, it might seem like she's the one who's causing the problem--but the truth is she's just a nice person who wants what's best for her family." Says Palminteri: "Joe can't control Maddie, and that's why he has most of his fights with her. When he comes home, he wants peace. If he says, 'you can't do this or you can't do that,' that's the way it's got to be. But Maddie defies him." Qualley, who makes her film debut in "Mighty Fine," plays opposite her real-life mother, Andie MacDowell. "I cast Rainey because she has a transcendent beauty and a sweetness about her that softens Maddie's edginess and makes her antagonism less off-putting," says Goodstein. "Because she is Andie's daughter, the dynamic was already in place for her to be allied with her mother and the love was palpable."
As it was her daughter's first film role, and she wanted her to do her best, MacDowell encouraged Palminteri to go all out in his scenes with her. "Chazz kept pushing her, he scared the hell out of her, and she was breaking down," says MacDowell, "and it was torture for me to watch it. In a sense, I was really living the scene in the same way that Stella was." Says Qualley: "Chazz was very hands on in helping the scenes get to the right state. There are times in the movie where there was some slapping going on‹and it was real. But I think it was harder for my mom to witness it than it was for me to go through it."
Natalie, the younger Fine sister, is played by Jodelle Ferland ("Eclipse," "Tideland"), who, at age 16, is already a veteran actress with fifty TV and film credits to her name. "Natalie acts as a quiet witness to the struggles within the Fine household," says Goodstein. "I chose Jodelle to play Natalie because she has a quiet, pensive intellect, which made her appear vulnerable and soft-spoken, even shy, on the outside, but deep down she has an undeniable strength." Says Ferland: "Natalie always stays optimistic and tries to see the good side of people even when they're not at their best. When everybody else is having a really hard time, she is as well, but she's able to express herself through her writing. There are only so many ways you can vent your anger at what you're going through--and I think writing is one of more healthy ways to do that."
Palminteri has high praise for Goodstein's openness and willingness to collaborate. "Debbie listens to everybody's opinions, filters them through her eyes, and then makes the final decision," says Palminteri. "She knows that it takes just as much talent to recognize a great idea as it is to come up with it yourself." As the story was so personal for Goodstein, MacDowell felt she offered especially insightful support: "We all learned from her because she had lived through it. She also gave us a lot through the honesty she showed in being able to share her life, which was really dark and difficult."
The Voiceover
The story of "Mighty Fine" is told from the vantage point of a grown up Natalie, looking back on her childhood. "I decided that having the older Natalie tell the story would anchor it in the present, and give the sense that Natalie came through her ordeal in good shape, and possibly add some gravitas to the story through the words of someone older and wiser," says Goodstein. "We were also hoping to give the film a nostalgic point of view that others could relate to when thinking back to their own childhoods." Ferland feels that it is the Natalie's more forgiving personality makes her particularly well-suited to be the narrator. "If it was Maddie telling the story it might have been about a father who was completely unfair and never did anything right, but Natalie loves her father no matter what he does," says Ferland. "Even though it's really hard for her to love him, she still does. So I think it's a lot more innocent through Natalie's point of view than if it was somebody else's." Goodstein chose actress/activist Janeane Garofolo to voice the present day Natalie. "Janeane has the intellect, strength, and wit of the person we saw Natalie becoming once she made peace with her past. She is a superb actress and her voice isn't immediately recognizable which made her an ideal choice as well."
The Future
Although the story it tells of a dysfunctional American family is a dark one, "Mighty Fine" is ultimately an optimistic film. "Even though the family is going through so much, and a lot of people would just give up at some point, the family is able to deal with it somehow," says Ferland. "and although it's really difficult for them, in the end they actually become closer because of it." Says Palminteri: "I think that there's always hope, no matter how bad the situation, if people really love each other, and people are willing to seek help to fix the problem. Those two factors have got to be there. If you're not going to seek help to fix the problem then it's just going to go right back to the way it was. But by the end of the film, you realize that there is a chance that maybe they can make this last."
All in all, I think it was a very well rounded movie, that truly displayed the dysfunction in a family that quietly embraces and suffers when they have a mentally unstable family member. I look forward to seeing if there is a sequel, showing how their future has changed. I hope their future changed... there's so many stories where the person who needs help never gets it, and a real tragedy occurs.

I did enjoy this movie, and it makes for a great date night movie when it  premieres in theaters on May 25th. Since it is only showing in select theaters, you can check to see if there is a theater near you here: http://mightyfine-themovie.com/theaters.html    
For more information on Mighty Fine, please visit them online at: http://mightyfine-themovie.com/index.html, and be sure to LIKE the film on Facebook!

Special thanks to Mom Central and the distributor for the film MIGHTY FINE for allowing me to view this movie online before it's release.
“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Mighty Fine and the distributor. I received access to an online showing of the film and a promotional item to thank me for participating”


Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Welcome to the World, Little One!

Lauren and Zachary, a few hours after he was born.

We are very proud to announce the arrival of a spectacular bundle of joy!

 Monday morning, at 8:19 a.m., our very own Lauren welcomed a beautiful new baby boy to her family. Zachary Matthew was 8 lbs. and 8 oz., 20 and 1/2 inches long. Both Lauren and Zachary are doing well.

As you can see from this snapshot from my phone, motherhood looks fabulous on Lauren. Just when I thought she couldn't get more gorgeous and vibrant--I saw her holding her new son. Beautiful!

Lauren will be back to blogging next week; but I couldn't leave you guys hanging that long!!! Here are some pics:

Zachary Matthew, One day old

Zachary and I on his birthday!


Friday, May 4, 2012

Printable Grocery Coupons: Hormel, Lunchables, Cereal + MORE!

These were some fabulous coupons that I came across this week while menu planning: 

  • $0.50 off Trix cereal
  • $1.00 off 2 Cheerios cereals
  • $1.00 off 2 General Mills Divisional cereal
  • $1.00 off HORMEL COMPLEATS microwave meals
  • $1.00 off HORMEL COMPLEATS kid meal
  • $1.25 off one ICBINB! product
  • $1.00 off ONE 36 oz. V8 V-Fusion Smoothie (This is great to hold onto for BOGO promotions!)
  • $1.00 off one bag of DOVE Promises
  • $0.75 off 1 lb. of LAND O LAKES Half Stick Butter (Great to stock up with, or add to freezer ready meal bags!)
  • $1.00 off one 2 roll Brawny paper towels
  • $1.00 off TWO (2) LUNCHABLES with Fruit
  • $1.00 off on any Comet Stainless Steel

  • Do you like getting the heads up on some great coupons like this?? Let us know, and we'll try to post them more often!!!


    Wednesday, May 2, 2012

    Pampers Printable Coupons!

    We are still looking for the winner to our Pampers Giveaway- was it you? Please check your email, because if the winner does not respond, a new winner will be drawn today!

    Don't be upset if you didn't win.. instead, take advantage of these great Pampers printable coupons! Hurry, with these great savings, they may not last long at all!

  • $1.50 off ONE Pampers Cruisers or Baby Dry Diapers
  • $1.50 off ONE Pampers Swaddlers Diapers
  • $0.75 off ONE Pampers Wipes 60 ct or larger 

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    Tuesday, May 1, 2012

    Maybelline Make-up Printable Coupon *HOT*

    Super great coupons to use this month on make-up, for you, or for Mom! Save up to $1.50! Print them now, and save for better deals during BOGO sales.

  • $1.50 off any Maybelline New York Eye Studio
  • $1.00 off Maybelline Color Tattoo Cream Gel Shadow
  • $1.00 off ONE MAYBELLINE NEW YORK DREAM product

  • Do you buy make-up from grocery stores, big box stores, or pharmacy/retail locations? Or D- all of the above?


    I'm a Coppertone Water Mom!

    Let the fun in the sun begin!! Living in Florida, we are exposed to a ton of sun.. all year round. Tons of people only dream of such weather, but for my pale children, the sun is not always their friend. They love to play outside, but often their time outside is cut short, because of the intensity of the summer rays.

    We have a ton of fun stuff planned for this summer, including some beach days, theme park outings, and more. Right now, I'm concentrating on getting ready for our new arrival, but I can't wait to hand out some of my samples!!



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