Kids on 45th: the Newest Way to Buy Affordable Kids Clothing

We were recently gifted a box of children's clothing from Kids on 45th. I was so excited when they reached out to me because I love finding new, affordable, and easy ways to shop for kids clothes. After filling out a short questionnaire about my kids sizes, likes/dislikes, and what we needed a custom box [...]

8 Water Parks Around Atlanta That Are Budget Friendly

8 Water Parks Around Atlanta That Are Budget Friendly

Summer has arrived in Georgia, and with the hot temperatures comes the desire to be laying in a pool all day long! I have been researching water parks for my little ones, but I'm just not sure that we are quite ready for White Water yet. During my research I have found several smaller, very [...]

Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Children’s Museum

It feels like it has been raining about a month straight here in Atlanta! We are so ready for some nicer weather! Rainy days can be hard for little ones, and their parents. I was trying to find somewhere new to play indoors last night and came across the website for INK: Interactive Neighborhood for [...]

Our Day at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta

The Children's Museum of Atlanta announced recently that they will be offering a family free day four times a year. The first family free day will be on February 13th and admission will be free for families, and they will have extended hours. You do have to pre-register for the family free days to guarantee [...]

Consignment Sale Season is Upon Us

There was a time, early in our parenthood journey, where we didn't have enough money to afford much more than baby clothes we found at goodwill.  We would have loved to have bought both of our kids the trendiest boutique baby clothes, but that just wasn't in our budget.  For me, this wasn't a big [...]

The Top 10 Ways We Have Found Helpful To Save Money as a One Income Family

I am not a stay at home mom because my husbands income is so great that I didn't need to work. I am actually a stay at home mom because when we sat down and did the math what I was making at my last job would have been just enough to cover childcare, and [...]