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Great LED Toys for the Kids at a GREAT Price!

LED Toys for the Kids!

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Estone® 1pc Spin LED Light Outdoor Toy Frisbees Boomerangs Flying Saucer Helicopter UFO


Features: 3 different color LEDs flashlight creating amazing lighting effect while spinning., Style: Spin LED Light Outdoor Toy Frisbees Flying Saucer Helicopter UFO, LEDs will glow automatically while spinning, Made of durable plastic, Easy to control: Simply pull the rope in the hurdle and it creates wonderful spinning effect., Color: Blue & Green ( we will random color) (battery included)

New From: $3.14 USD In Stock


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LED Finger Lights by Light On – Rave Gear Accessories Perfect for Rave Parties, Kids Party, Party Favors, Events, Sleepovers or Just For Fun! 20pcs


Features: PERFECT FOR RAVES – Show up ready to party with Green, Red, Blue, and White lights and make your own light show at any concert, BLACK FRIDAY WEEK SALE – Save close to 50% today with our CRAZY Black Friday Deals!!, BE THE LIGHT OF THE PARTY – Stay lit all through the night without any worries that your lights will just shut off, JUST FOR FUN – Use them in any occasion, party favors, incentives in the classroom for good behavior, fundraisers, church events, sporting event and more!, BUY YOURS TODAY! – Get yours by clicking the “Add to Cart” button and let us know what you think

New From: $6.95 USD In Stock


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Gyro – SODIAL(R) Laser Color Flash LED Light Music Gyro Peg-Top Spinner Spinning Kids Toy


Features: 100% Brand New and High Quality, Made of durable Material., Light weight and durable, Flexible and easy clean, RGB led was installed, and it will change 7 different colors when you open it, Can rotate by different angle: 180¡ã, 90¡ã, 45¡ã, the more surprise will be found by your smart children.

New From: $3.14 USD In Stock

12pc Amazing Led Light Arrow Rocket Helicopter Flying Toy Party Fun Gift Elastic


Features: Helicopter, Toy, Arrow Rocket, Flying Toy, Party Fun Gift

New From: $2.73 USD In Stock

Save While Buying For Baby (Or Anyone Else!)

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Let’s face it, we all have certain things that we can’t resist buying. My biggest temptation? Baby stuff. Clothes, toys, the works. I have terrible trouble keeping from buying something shiny and new for my one-year-old daughter. And looking at it now, I can see just how much it begins racking up and cleaning out the good old pocket-book. As tempting as it can be to pick up everything that you know your baby will love, there are many things to take into consideration. Firstly, babies are expensive. They need a crib, and diapers, and clothes, and baby food and formula if that’s what they’re being fed. They need baby gates and door locks and those little foam guards that keep them from pinching their fingers in hinges of doors. They need books and music and all kinds of different things to help with their development. Baby Tylenol, toothbrushes, and everything else.

So how do I cut corners? It’s easy, really. I try not to shop for baby stuff anywhere that I have to pay full price for anything.

There are always places to be found where you can find practically brand new clothes and toys for your little ones. My personal favorites are junk stores. Why do they call them junk stores? No idea, because I always find things that I can safely say is FAR from junk, and they’re usually practically new. Babies rarely ever wear things that many times before they’ve completely outgrown them, so it isn’t as if most baby clothes will be that worn. Stains? The great thing is, bleach still works wonders on stains, even on certain soft toys.

Aside from junk stores, I enjoy checking out the Good Will in my area to see what they have available. There’s tons to choose from there (both for baby and for myself!). The Dollar Generals or Family Dollars in my area very frequently have baby stuff on sale too, so I buy there frequently. In fact, several says ago, I was able to buy six sets of clothes for a little over $7 at Dollar General! So you really never know what you’ll find. Be sure to check out your local dollar stores for end-of-season sales!

You can also find many clothes and toys on Amazon for next to nothing. Amazon has baby clothes for 75% off the original price, in fact!

So it boils down to this. Don’t pay outrageous prices on things for the baby. Just because they’re “new” doesn’t mean they’re any better than something slightly used that you can find for a much better price somewhere else! Shop smart and keep your eyes open for great sales! You never know what you’ll find.

There’s another wonderful way to cut corners. And that is, don’t buy toys at all! Babies are fascinated with the strangest things and will play with almost anything, given the chance. So the next time you get a huge package in the mail, don’t throw away that cardboard box! That could be your son or daughter’s next car or spaceship. My daughter loves silicone kitchen utensils, and plays with them all the time! Sometimes, she’d much rather have something like that than the toys we buys specifically for her, in fact. Plush toys? Who needs that when your kiddo can play with the pillows sitting on the couch? Mine drags them into the floor and plays with them all the time.

At the end of the day, if you can save $50 or more on clothes and toys for the little one, why not?

Let us know about how you save money…on the kids or on yourself!

So you have a baby now…

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More information and full disclosure here.

Let’s face it, we all have certain things that we can’t resist buying. My biggest temptation? Baby stuff. Clothes, toys, the works. I have terrible trouble keeping from buying something shiny and new for my one-year-old daughter. And looking at it now, I can see just how much it begins racking up and cleaning out the good old pocket-book. As tempting as it can be to pick up everything that you know your baby will love, there are many things to take into consideration. Firstly, babies are expensive. They need a crib, and diapers, and clothes, and baby food and formula if that’s what they’re being fed. They need baby gates and door locks and those little foam guards that keep them from pinching their fingers in hinges of doors. They need books and music and all kinds of different things to help with their development. Baby Tylenol, toothbrushes, and everything else.

So how do I cut corners? It’s easy, really. I try not to shop for baby stuff anywhere that I have to pay full price for anything.

There are always places to be found where you can find practically brand new clothes and toys for your little ones. My personal favorites are junk stores. Why do they call them junk stores? No idea, because I always find things that I can safely say is FAR from junk, and they’re usually practically new. Babies rarely ever wear things that many times before they’ve completely outgrown them, so it isn’t as if most baby clothes will be that worn. Stains? The great thing is, bleach still works wonders on stains, even on certain soft toys.

Aside from junk stores, I enjoy checking out the Good Will in my area to see what they have available. There’s tons to choose from there (both for baby and for myself!). The Dollar Generals or Family Dollars in my area very frequently have baby stuff on sale too, so I buy there frequently. In fact, several days ago, I was able to buy six sets of clothes for a little over $7 at Dollar General! So you really never know what you’ll find. Be sure to check out your local dollar stores for end-of-season sales!

You can also find many clothes and toys on Amazon for next to nothing. Amazon has baby clothes for 75% off the original price, in fact!

So it boils down to this. Don’t pay outrageous prices on things for the baby. Just because they’re “new” doesn’t mean they’re any better than something slightly used that you can find for a much better price somewhere else! Shop smart and keep your eyes open for great sales! You never know what you’ll find.

There’s another wonderful way to cut corners. And that is, don’t buy toys at all! Babies are fascinated with the strangest things and will play with almost anything, given the chance. So the next time you get a huge package in the mail, don’t throw away that cardboard box! That could be your son or daughter’s next car or spaceship. My daughter loves silicone kitchen utensils, and plays with them all the time! Sometimes, she’d much rather have something like that than the toys we buys specifically for her, in fact. Plush toys? Who needs that when your kiddo can play with the pillows sitting on the couch? Mine drags them into the floor and plays with them all the time.

At the end of the day, if you can save $50 or more on clothes and toys for the little one, why not?

Let us know about how you save money…on the kids or on yourself!