5 Adorable Kid’s Products You Will Regret Not Buying

Kids love things that are made for them. Kids appreciate and love items made specifically for them, whether it’s tiny tables and chairs or activities that are created with them in mind. Here are some great ideas to try today!


I’m The Chef Too!

I'm The Chef Too
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I’m a big believer in encouraging kids in the kitchen, but I often don’t have the time or patience to set up a baking activity for them. That’s why I was thrilled when I’m The Chef Too sent me a box!

I’m The Chef Too! is a subscription kit created by a mother/educator that infuses educational concepts into recipes to make learning fun, engaging, and tasty! New adventures that blend food, STEM, and the arts into educational fun each month are sent to you each month!

Kids can learn about outer space as they whip up galaxy donuts, engineer erupting volcano cake as they learn about chemical reactions, or even discover geology as they bake cupcake geodes; the adventures are endless! There’s never a shortage of STEM ideas to get young minds thinking and learning in the kitchen!



Tulip Color Crafts


Tulip Color Crafts
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Tie-dye never goes out of style!

The brand is super fun for parties, everyday crafters, and family activities. Get bold, non-toxic color in every bottle with a simple one-step process. Just add water, shake, and apply a vibrant color that lasts after washing. No wonder the brand is voted America’s Favorite Tie-Dye!

Whether you’re painting, drawing, or tie-dyeing, its extensive line handles all crafting needs. Let your creativity shine with Tulip for the artist in all of us.

As a parent, I loved that the tie-dye kits came with plastic gloves and rubber bands, making it easier to quickly set up the project. You can buy a full set of tie-dye paint or kits with pre-suggested color themes.



Creative QT- LilGadgets Headphones


Creative QT- LilGadgets Headphones
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We don’t do much screen time but make a lot of music in our house. It keeps the kids happy, and they love to dance. The problem is that when two kids want different music, and mommy needs a bit of quiet…. grab these headphones and have the kids dance away and you don’t need to hear a thing!!

I also love the Wonderbooks from the library, which is great for kids who can’t read by themselves yet. These headphones are perfect for those books!



Earth Baby

Earth Baby
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When we got this in the mail, my kid told me to write, “Kids love this!”
These non-toxic and gentle products are great for babies and kids. We used the moisturizer right away, and the kids were thrilled. Some of my kids have eczema, and it didn’t seem to bother them, so that was great.
We also used the aromatherapy calming mist at bedtime, which was a great addition to our bedtime routine. And, of course, bubble baths are always appreciated! An option that isn’t bad for the kid’s skin is excellent.

The Dearest Grey: Mini Silicone Bento Box

The Dearest Grey: Mini Silicone Bento Box
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I love using these for my kid’s lunches and snacks! My kids eat fruits and veggies for lunch when I cut them up nicely, and they don’t get “mushy,” so suitable containers are always welcome in my house!

Make your life easier with The Dearest Grey’s silicone bento boxes. Perfect for keeping your food fresh, the silicone bento boxes are unbreakable, reusable, and made with 100% food-grade silicone, making for easy cleaning. Best of all, these boxes are both freezer and microwave safe and can go in the oven up to 410 degrees! Perfect for storing sandwiches or your favorite snack, keep it away with The Dearest Grey bento boxes.

Libbi Kids Nails

Libbi Kids Nails
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Know a kid that loves to have their nails painted? Newly launched Libbi Kids Nails is a new vegan, non-toxic nail polish line they’ll rave about that’s just for them! This game-changing nail polish collection is created with intention and love by Liberation Nails. The brand didn’t want just adults having all of the fun, so they’re introducing four vibrant nail polish colors in a must-have kids line.

7 So-Called “Frugal” Habits That Are Actually A Waste Of Time And Money

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Not everything is frugal! I am sure you have read articles and tips that promote frugal living and give some ideas that are just not frugal! These frugal myths float around and sometimes even cost people a lot of money!

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The 20 Things People Used To Cheap Out On, But Now They Swear By The Expensive Versions

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When budgeting and saving money, trying to cut corners wherever possible is tempting. However, some items are worth investing in due to their better durability or quality compared to their cheaper counterparts.

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Frugal Living Tips From The Great Depression That Are Relevant Today

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How frugal were people during The Great Depression? It was a time of hardship and uncertainty and a time when people were forced to be extremely frugal.

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Sorry Millennials, These 20 Skills From The 90s Are No Longer Relevant

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The 90s saw a tremendous shift in technology, and many skills that were once essential have become irrelevant in today’s world.

Sorry Millennials, These 20 Skills From the 90s Are No Longer Relevant

Eye Rolling Intensifies: 28 Boomer Comments Gen Z and Millennials Can’t Stand

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Older generations love giving advice and telling younger people things. While there are plenty of life lessons to learn from older people, young people are tired of hearing some of what boomers have to say.

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Hi! I am a millennial mom with a passion for personal finance. I have always been “into” personal finance but got inspired to start my blog after a period of extended unemployment. That experience really changed the way I viewed my relationship with money and the importance of accessible personal finance education.