I am a proud mommy to two wonderful, healthy kids...Jake who is 7 and Jaise who is 2. I have been a sahm since Jake was born and wouldn't change anything for world, although, it is by far the hardest job I have EVER had!!! I am constantly looking for a GREAT Deal and hope to share my knowledge and tips with you, so that you can also benefit.
A dear sweet friend of mine, Sue Parker, lost her grandson to SIDS in 2005. I knew nothing about Tomorrow's Child until I met her and now it is a wonderful organization that I believe 100% in supporting. They have an annual fundraising walk in the fall and I have always done my best to help her out in any way that I can. I know that times are tough with the economy but that is the beauty about this organization and Sue.....if $5 is all you can spare to put towards the cause, then they are grateful for that. If you choose to help or just want to research the group a little more or see a picture of Sue's little angel, Devon, then check out this site. Sue's goal is $1000 for her team to raise and I would love it if visitors of my blog could donate a total of $500. I know that would blow her away and it would mean so much to her. So, just think about it.......if we had 50 people donate $10 each....we would do it!!!! I am always up for a challenge and I can't think of a better cause than this one. So go kiss your babies good night and then send this link to every one you know. There is a place to leave a comment if you choose to donate....and if you do, please let her know that Missy sent you. I will keep you posted!!!
Below are a few examples of photos that I have taken over the years. I can take any photo you have and turn it to black and white and leave a certain item in color. Contact me for pricing information if you are interested. If you live close enough, I can do a photo shoot for you with all of your photos on a cd for YOU to develop!!!
I always start thinking about Christmas in August. I found this cute idea for great gifts or to add the final touch to a great gift. If you have smaller kids, they can help. You can use any type of paper pattern but I am going to use pictures of my kids. The holidays always get busy so why not do it now and free up some time later? Check out how to make bubbly magnetshere.