McDonald's is a restaurant where I can feed my family inexpensively. We don't eat there often because not only are we on a tight budget, but I prefer to feed my family food that's more lightly processed. I hope that McDonald's is able to make some changes to make their food less processed and better in health.
I was shopping at my local Big Lots when I noticed a whole shelf full of Plum Organics Tots squeezables for fifty cents apiece! I love having the squeezables in my diaper bag, because we're often on the go, and you never know when a 20 month old's hunger is going to hit! He LOVES these squeezables! They smell really good, and the ingredients are organic, so it makes me feel safe in giving him them.
Dr. Seuss books are classics! They're great to read to children as young as babies, and they're great for children to learn to read. With lots of rhyme, alliteration, and fun repetition, children not only learn to read but also notice patterns, make inferences, and can attempt to predict what happens next! They're great books to have in every home where children are.
If you want a great protein powder that tastes fantastic and is sugar free and of excellent quality, then this is the stuff for you! This is not your cheap protein powder that you buy at Walmart that tastes awful when you burp! This powder is good enough that you can put an entire scoop in a blender, a cup of almond milk and a cup of ice, blend the whole thing and enjoy it with nothing else added in to try to mask a nasty flavor--because it's not nasty at all! It's that good!
I buy Bob's Candy canes every year. I buy some to put on my tree, but I also buy them on clearance after Christmas is over. I like to crush them and put them in my coffee, but I also usually keep a cane in my purse to break off a piece when I'm on the go. They're so yummy!