Label Daddy Zipper Tags  Label Daddy is a company who specialize in waterproof durable labels that can be used in different ways, such as clothing, shoes, or any item in the house you might want to label. I choose to review the Zipper Tags, because I wanted my son to be excited about going back to school, with his new jackets and these Zipper Tags. They were shipped in a nice envelope, and a packing list of the items sent. After weeks of washing the jackets without taking the Zipper Tags, they are still intact. No scratches, no discoloration,...

Commissary cards help spread ‘Gift of Groceries’ As the calendar flips toward the holidays, the Commissary Gift Card is always a viable option for anyone wishing to support their loved ones in the military community, said the Defense Commissary Agency’s senior enlisted advisor to the director. “The Commissary Gift Card is a wonderful way for anyone to help spread the gift of groceries – whether it’s the holidays or any time of year,” said Air Force Command Chief...

Teen Homework’s: Guide for Parents Are you struggling with your teens grades? Had yo notice that your teen performance in school is decreasing is affecting his/her grades? Do you want to help your Teen how to improve his or her grades? Then you must read this article and follow these simple steps, to help your Teen to succeed in school. Many Parents including myself think that because your son or daughter is a teen does not need lots of supervision. However, I had notice that, indeed, they do need more supervision when they are...

Bat Clay Door Sing Make your own Halloween Bat Clay Door Sign this project it’s really easy and fun to do with your kids. You can get as much as creative with them, and make the funniest or scariest Halloween Door Sign. Materials: Air Dry Clay Bat Cookie cutters Black Cardboard Lace Acrylic Paint Chalk Instructions:  Role the air dry clay about 1/4 inch until looks smooth and thin, with your bat cookie cutters make about 7 to 8 depending how long you want the Door Sign. Make a hole with a toothpick and let then dry overnight....

Practice the ABC’s with your Child  Practicing the letters of the alphabet with this DIY Memory Matching Set ABC’s just got easier. Materials: One Cardboard Sticky Alphabet 1 pice of construction paper Marker Ruler DIY Memory Matching Set ABC’s Instructions:  Arrange the alphabet letters and see how many spaces you need to have them all in once place. Then draw the lines with the marker to make the separations between each capital letter, then,  proceed to glue them. Set aside to let it dry. Now start working with...

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