No matter where you live or what your ethnic and socioeconomic background, you probably want a few things for your children and grandkids: happiness, career success, good health and financial stability.
All parents worry about their children — about their personal happiness, providing a good education for them, and of course, about their financial futures. For low-income parents, and single parents in particular, financial worries can loom especially large.
Being a mom is tough work! Right when you clean up one room, there's another masterpiece being created the next room over. Whether you're a busy stay at home mom or working mom, here are 5 tips for organizing your playroom (and keeping sane as a busy mom):
Did you know? Because we had no idea. LEGO-Inspired Engineering Birthday Parties a definitely a thing, and it's super easy to plan one for your little one.
Make Easter morning a little more exciting this year! We're all for including some candy in our children's Easter baskets; however, we're also big advocates of filling it with other items they actually need or are beneficial to them. With Easter being just over a week away, we thought we'd share some of the items we're including in our littles' baskets this year.
Have you ever wondered why we wear green on St. Patrick’s Day and why we pinch people who don’t? Well, we did here at Steals and don’t worry, we have found some answers. They may be correct or they may not. Either way, we thought you would enjoy them.
Any parent knows that kids can be awfully expensive.
They eat a lot, or sometimes not much at all, picking all over their food and wasting it.
They tend to sprout up like weeds, outgrowing clothes, shoes and even hats and gloves before those things get a proper wearing. (By that, I mean there should be holes in all those items before they’re handed down to a younger sibling).
Paying kids an allowance for getting good grades is a controversial subject in some circles. Those who advocate it – like I do – have a variety of reasons for giving our children an academic allowance.
Amazing news for KidSteals.com! Today we were featured on the Super Save Showdown Finale on Good Morning America, which aired on Tuesday morning January 26th. "The Money Coach", Lynnette Khalfani-Cox highlights kids clothing savings tips from KidSteals.com and wins the round with a 60% savings in winter apparel.
Getting thirty One Direction valentines is nice, but if you're in the mood for something more adorable and (dare we say) cooler than Harry Styles, download our free Valentine's Day Printables for kids! Ditch the store-bought Valentines this year and send your kid to school with a unique batch of purely sweet cards with all of the hippest trends. When you're done, check out our favorite gifts for Valentine's Day.