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Potty Training Playdate Party + Pull-Ups Big Kid Prep List

October 16, 2014 2 Comments

“I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pull-Ups. I received samples for this review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.” #PullUpsAcademy

Last month when I visited Kimberly-Clark Headquarters, I learned about some valuable potty-training tips and resources. Between the many tips, resources, and products, I couldn’t wait to share it all with my friends. What better way to do that than to host a potty-training playdate party!

Potty Training Party

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An Easy Apple-Themed Lunch Party Planned at Sam’s Club

September 8, 2014 2 Comments

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#TrySamsClub #CollectiveBias

When my friend, Ashley, and I get together with the kids, we like to have fun. She jumps at any excuse to have a themed party, dinner, or playdate. However most of the time, she doesn’t even need a reason (or lots of guests) to do so. I remember last year when her oldest started preschool, she had a huge school-themed layout complete with decorations, just for her 3-year-old’s breakfast.

Apple Themed Lunch Party #TrySamsClub #shop

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How to Plan a Superhero Party on a Budget

January 5, 2014 No Comments

What boy (or girl!) doesn’t love superhero birthday themed parties! Today, I want to talk about how to plan a superhero birthday party on a budget. We specialize in boy parties on my blog, Spaceships and Laser Beams. That means I have a ton of party ideas to help you plan yours! Whether you’re looking for ideas on decorations, dessert tables, party favors or games, here are my tips on how to make it equal parts budget-friendly and awesome.

Superhero Party Ideas

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Planning a Football Party – Made Easy #MealsTogether

January 17, 2013 10 Comments

Planning a Football Party Made Easy with Tyson #MealsTogether #Cbias

I love having friends and family over and take any chance I get to host a party that involves food. One of my favorite times to do so is during football season. Normally when I want to have a big party, I like to go all out. I spend hours in the kitchen making lots of food, decorating an awesome cake, and setting everything up for the party. Which can sometimes leave me exhausted and allow for less time enjoying the company. I decided the next big football party we host (in a few weeks), I am going to spend less time in the kitchen. Right away, I knew my one-stop shop to make this happen: Sam’s Club.

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