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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Disposable Diapers are NOT washable!

We are potty training our 2 year old son. He has had a habit lately of taking his diaper off and going potty himself. Great.... right? Well here's the thing.... The diaper ALWAYS comes up missing. We can never find where he disposed of it at. His place to "throw it away" had been "sissy's trash." We use cloth on our 6 month old and have a kitchen trash can in our laundry room for her diapers. He would just open the lid and throw it in there and then run into the bathroom and go like a big boy. We thought we had solved that problem. We made sure the bathroom trash is always empty so that he can dispose of it in there. He's been doing so well..... or so we thought. I did a load of diapers tonight and as I was pulling the wetbags and the covers out, I found a disposable diaper that had been washed. Given it is now just the outer shell of this diaper. I'm kind of scared as to where the rest went. Guess I need to pay more attention to what he's doing with the diaper he's taking off.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Cool contest I found to win free groceries for a year

Hey, I just entered this contest on to win free groceries for a year. All you have to do is put in your email address.

Even if you don’t enter, please click the link to help me win. (I get an extra entry for telling you.) Thanks!

Friday, January 8, 2010

My favorite sites

Sorry for the long break. I lost interest in the couponing for a few months, but am ready to get back on track. I want to share with you my favorite sites.

My all-time favorite is

But I also use and is an awesome way to also print off coupons and earn points to get free gift certificates. With Mypoints you can also read emails and take surveys for points as well. When we switched insurance companies, we used the insurance search feature it has and submited a copy of our policy and got 5000 points for doing so. You can do this every 6 months... so 2 times a year. PM me for an invite! is what I use to search the internet (it's powered by google) and earn "money" for my searches and turn these into giftcards as well.

A new site to shop for household needs is This site always has free shipping and in-site coupons you can grab to make for some pretty cheap things!