August 3, 20140 found this helpful
Here in Ohio we have kinship groups in every county. They were started by the state welfare office. Contact them in your area. Your state should have them also as it was a federal program that started them. They are a great group who has a lot of information that may help you. They also support you through the steps you take. Just having someone to talk to helps a lot. We love our kinship group.
March 20, 20132 found this helpful
Check thrift stores and garage sales for dress up clothes, shoes and accessories. (These can be donated back to thrift store after party). Give the girls a room to change in. They can pretend to be at a fashion show. They girls can dress up and walk down a hall as a runway. They can then enter living room and contue to show off the clothes. You can invite friends, family or other girls moms to be the viewing public. The girls can model multiple dresses and change accessories to make it different from what someone else wore. After the fashion show, have a table with a menu for each girl. They can place their order for the cake and ice cream. I bet they will have a lot of fun and you will also. Be sure to take lots of pictures and make sure that the girls get some as soon as you get them printed.
January 2, 20130 found this helpful
I use udder cream (same as bag balm). I buy it at WalMart. The brand is Udderly Smooth. I was getting long splits that were very deep. I would have multiples on each finger. I tried gluing them but the super glue only stayed for a few minutes. Since I have been using the udder cream, I have only had a few minor splits. I take several times a day and put some in my hand and then rub around the end of each finger. Then I do both hands.
November 13, 20120 found this helpful
When this happened at our house, the only way to shut them up was to replace them. Our volunteer fire chief came to the house to install the new ones and said he has heard of this happening a lot. He also said that they would not work if there was a real fire. Good luck. Good sleep.
May 25, 20120 found this helpful
Treat all wheels as bike tires and outline them and give them light spokes. Should look beautiful going around in circles while you drive. Have driver dressed as Santa Claus. Put a pipe up behind the driver and place a decorated Christmas tree on it. On the hood of the tractor, place baby Jesus in the manger. Have lights go down the hood like icycles falling down a roof. Please post a pic of whatever you go with. Thrifty Fun has a lot of creative members.
May 22, 20120 found this helpful
RE/MAXamize your home dollars