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Fabulous DEALS Friday: Extra 25% off on Gymboree Clothes with coupon code

I may get compensated for links included in this post.  All opinions are my own.  I only share items I truly believe are a fabulous deal and that I would personally buy.

For this week Gymboree has EVERYTHING on their site 40% off and if you use coupon code HAPPYDANCE at checkout you will get an EXTRA 25% off the already discounted price.  Gymboree has very high quality clothes and I know when I buy something from them it will actually LAST!

I searched through the website and found some darling clothes!  EVERYTHING I am posting is UNDER $10!  🙂  I only shop if it’s a GREAT deal!

Girls Clothing Deals

These Frenchie Leggings are so cute and after the coupon code they are only $2.70.  I only buy leggings for my girls if they are under $3.

This Leopard Infinity Scarf is only $3.60 after the coupon code.  This would be really cute to buy and save it for back to school next fall.

This Classic Tee is really cute.  I love the little extra detail in the shoulders to the original tee style.  After the discount this shirt is only $4.50!

I love this Quilted Sparkle Skirt.  My youngest daughter loves to wear skirts all summer and I think this one looks perfect for play or dressing it up a little.  After the discount the skirt is only $6.39.

I was really excited to find these Skinny Jeans.  They come to only $9 after the coupon code.  For high quality jeans, this is a really good deal!!

 

This Pineapple Tee is so cute and fun for summer.  It is only $6.75 after the coupon code!

 

Boys Clothing Deals

I bought this Plaid Bow Tie for my boy.  I love little boys in bow ties and this one was a good deal!  Only $4.50 after the coupon was applied.

This Spider Man shirt is so cute.  My son loves superheros and is going to be excited when I pull this out for him to wear.  After the coupon code is applied it is only $5.85!

I love this Plane Lunchbox.  I kind of wish my son needed a new lunch box so I could get him this one!  It is just $5.85 after the discount.

This is a great deal on Cargo Shorts, just in time for summer.  These shorts come to only $6.75!

 

This Hooded Tee is really cute.  I think it would be a great one to buy and save for the Fall for Back to School Time.  Only $9 after the coupon code!

 

Everything on the website has the 40% off with the additional 25% off with coupon code HAPPYDANCE.  There were to many good deals to post, so feel free to check them out and see what darling things you find!

 

Disclaimer:  A good deal is NOT a reason to use credit cards or spend money that has not been budgeted for.  Budget first, and IF you have money in your budget, then it’s time to bargain shop and see how far you can stretch that budgeted money!

 

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What I have learned about living a sweet and frugal life on ONE income

“How do you do it!?”  is a question I have been asked multiple times;  “How do you raise your family on only one income!?!?”

I never really know how to respond to this question.  Honestly, living on one income is all I’ve ever known.  My oldest was born one month after I graduated from college and I chose to become a stay at home mom.

My husband is a good and hard worker, but he is a blue collar worker and he does not earn a large paycheck.  We have had ups and downs and I have had to learn to change from a SPENDER to a natural SAVER.  It has not always been easy, but I have learned a few things along the way to make it more doable.

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As a Stay At Home Mom (SAHM), I do not earn a physical paycheck.  But, that does not mean that I don’t contribute to the family finances.  I consider it a large part of my job to stretch my husbands paycheck as far as I can.  A SAHMs paycheck comes in the form of saving money, budgeting smartly, spending less instead of more.  Taking this part of my job seriously has helped us to save more and live more contently.

Make a Budget and Stick to it

At the end of every month we have a “Budget Meeting” where my husband and I sit down and discuss our finances and make our budget for the next month.  It is not always easy to stick to this budget (especially not at first).  But the more we kept working on it, the easier it has become and the more freedom we have felt.  Having this budget keeps my money in check AND gives me freedom to spend without feeling guilty.  We prefer to spend most of our money using cash, you can read more about why and how we do so here:  The Envelope Money System: A Beginners Guide.

Do NOT spend a lot of Money on Kids Clothes

When you are shopping for your kids clothes, do not spend a lot of money on them!  It’s hard with all these darling cute little outfits, but I promise it is a waste of money.  Kids grow out of clothes way to quickly, they spend most of their time playing outside getting their clothes dirty, and honestly, most kids (especially younger kids) do not care how much their clothes cost or what brand they are wearing.

I’ve learned a few little tricks to save money on kids clothes:

  1.  SAVE everything.  If you are planning on having more children, then save all of your kids clothes.  That way when the next child comes you will already have plenty of clothing that you can use again.  I organized all my children’s old clothes into boxes (diaper boxes work great for this!) or Tupperware bins (I can usually find these for pretty cheap at Walmart) and then I labeled them by the age and gender of the clothing, for easy access to them later.
  2. When at all possible buy USED!  There are a lot of great options available right now for parents to be able to buy good quality used children’s clothing.  My favorite option is a local children’s consignment store.  Check to see if you have one in your area and stop in regularly.  Some days I leave without buying anything, but other days I leave buying almost new name brand items.  A few other options are thrift stores, garage sales, and ebay.  All of these are great resources, especially if you check them often.
  3. Shop off season.  Usually in the spring you can find winter clothes on a huge discount and in the fall summer clothes has a big discount.  Buy a size up from what your child is wearing currently and save it for them to wear the next year.
  4. Sell clothes you will not need anymore.  If you aren’t planning on having any other children and you have clothes that they have grown out of, SELL these items.  They can be sold on Facebook marketplace, the local consignment store or at a garage sale.  If you are going to get rid of them anyways you might as well make a few bucks right!?!
  5. Utilize discount stores such as Ross and TJ Maxx.  I have found some great deals on brand new clothes for good prices at both of these stores.

Meal Plan!

Every week on Tuesdays you will find me with my pen and paper.  This is the day I plan all our breakfasts, snacks and dinners for the week.  Lunches are more of a loose plan and I just try to have sandwich fixings on hand at all times.  Having a meal plan helps stop the temptation to buy fast food or go out to a restaurant to eat.  When making your weekly Meal Plan look through ads at your local grocery stores to see what the stores have on sale.  Try to plan your meal plan around those sales.  It takes time, but it saves a lot of money.  You know the saying, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”  Make a plan!

Cook from Scratch

Cook from scratch as often as possible.  I still throw a frozen lasagna into the oven occasionally, but I have learned that the more I cook from scratch the more money I will save.  Search Pinterest for ideas on snacks and meals to make.  A few of my recipes are posted here How I use ONE Roast for THREE MealsHomemade Graham Cracker RecipeThe absolute easiest Pasta Bake Recipe!, and My favorite easy Homemade Pizza Crust Recipe.  Cooking in the kitchen can be a fun family activity.  My kids LOVE to help me in the kitchen!  We turn on some tunes, dance and laugh together while we cook.

Travel Frugally

I do think it is important to plan family travels.  It is a great way to make memories and build friendships.  But, you do not need a fancy expensive vacation to make memories.  Explore areas nearby for your family vacation.  Become tourists in your own area. Go camping at a nearby National Park, spend a couple of nights at a hotel for a “Staycation”, or explore a few local museums.  Join Groupon and look for deals that you can use as a family.  Your town just might be more interesting than you originally thought, and your kids will appreciate the extra time spent together.

Consult Pinterest cautiously

As a mom Pinterest is my go-to resource for finding kid activities and recipes.  However, if you are trying to save money you should view Pinterest cautiously.  It is far to easy to get swept away with the fancy decor and lavish birthday parties.  These are fun, and I do not put down anyone who likes to go a little over the top for their children, but for those of us who are trying to save a few bucks it is not always the best route.  Enjoy your time browsing Pinterest, but be careful not to get swept away in the pins that will end up only costing you more money.

The best things in life are actually free

Sometimes it’s hard to see others going on exotic vacations and buying fancy new vehicles.  But, I have learned that the best things in life are actually free.  Try to find joy and contentment in the simple things in your life.  Going on a family bike ride, dancing in the kitchen, and snuggling with my kids while reading books are all moments that I will treasure forever.  No amount of money is worth more than these quiet times with my children.  When we learn to find joy in these special free moments (something I am constantly working on) those lavish vacations won’t seem near as tempting.

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Soft French Bread Recipe

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This french bread is one of my favorite things to make.  My friend gave it to me a few years ago.  I don’t have a great track record with homemade bread so I was a little apprehensive the first time I tried it.  But, it turned out so good and instantly became a family favorite!  It is soft and light and tastes perfect as a side for soup or pasta.

Soft French Bread

2 1/2 cups warm water

2 Tbsp. sugar

2 Tbsp. yeast

3 Tbsp. canola oil

1 tsp. salt

5 1/2 cups flour

Mix the water, sugar and yeast together.  Let it stand for 10 minutes until yeast is dissolved.  It will be frothy and bubbly.

Add the rest of the ingredients.  Make sure to add the flour slowly.  You might need a little less or a little more.  I add a little flour and then mix for a minute and then add a little more until the dough looks right.  You will want it to pull away from the sides of the bowl when mixing and be slightly sticky.

Place the dough in a bowl and cover.  Let it rise for ten minutes and then gently punch the dough down in bowl.  Do this for two more times for a a total of 3 punch downs and 30 minutes of rising time.

Split dough in half and shape into two loaves.  Place them on a greased baking sheet.  I will usually freeze half the dough in a freezer bag to use for another dinner.

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Bake at 350 degrees for 22-25 minutes.  Once it’s done cooking brush with butter to make the crust soft. Slice and serve.  ENJOY!

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Fabulous DEALS Friday: Children’s Spring Clothing on Groopdealz

I may get compensated for links included in this post.  All opinions are my own.  I only share items I truly believe are a fabulous deal and that I would personally buy.

Spring has finally arrived!  Except for where I live it is actually snowing right now…..yeah, not so happy about that!  I have hopes that the snow WILL melt soon and then it will finally feel like Spring!  With the changing of the seasons it usually means it’s time to update my kids wardrobe a bit.  I searched Groopdealz today and found some great deals on Spring Clothes!  I’ll share a few of my favorites with you all!

When I see all the cute baby fashion it makes me wish my kids wouldn’t of all grown so fast!  These Spring Knot Headwraps are darling!  You can get them for just $7.98 shipped!

Another cute baby item I found were these Bandana Bibs.  I wish they made bibs this cute when I had little ones!  They have over 15 designs to choose from, the arrow bib is my favorite!  I might just buy a few to save for baby showers.  You can get these shipped for just $4.98.

I was really excited to find these darling Girl Coats for only $12.98 shipped!  They have a lot of different styles to choose from; puffer coats, trench coats and a couple of jean jackets.  I ordered a jean jacket for my daughter.

These Spring Ties would look darling for a family photo shoot or to wear on Easter Sunday.  I am a sucker for anything Aztec.  They are only $11.98 shipped!

I am a sucker for Raglan Tees and loved these Trendy Boy Shirts.  They come in sizes from 3 months all the way up to 12 years with lots of different styles and colors to choose from.  They are only $10.98 shipped!

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Happy Frugal Shopping!

Disclaimer:  A good deal is NOT a reason to use credit cards or spend money that has not been budgeted for.  Budget first, and IF you have money in your budget, then it’s time to bargain shop and see how far you can stretch that budgeted money!

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The Envelope Money System: A Beginners Guide

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About a year ago I changed the way I was spending money.  I decided to quit using my debit card for purchases and try only using cash.  I’ll be honest, I did not think this change would make much of a difference.  I am a little bit prideful and a lot of stubborn and I really felt that I was strong enough to spend smartly with my debit card.  It only took one month of paying with cash to realize that I was wrong!  I couldn’t believe how quickly my wad of cash depleted.  It was a huge wake up call for me to watch that envelope empty so quickly.

Today I am sharing how I use the envelope system and a few of the tricks I have learned a long the way.

There are some things I buy with cash, and other things I buy with my credit card.  I rarely use my debit card.  To read about why I use a credit card for some purchases read my post The one idea I disagree with Dave Ramsey on.

My husband and I try to have a budget meeting at the end of every month.  Monthly is what we have found works for us.  I know others that budget weekly or bi-weekly.  We use these budget meetings to discuss how we did on our budget throughout the month, make a new budget for the next month and decide things we could do better or different.  At this time we decide how much both of us will need over the month for our daily spending.  These categories change monthly, the most common categories are:  clothing, house expenses, pet food, children’s extra curricular activities, groceries, fun and other.   We always have an “other” category for any extra expenses that come up throughout the month.  We have NEVER had a month go by without something coming up that we forgot to budget for.  Always make sure you have an “other” envelope.

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Once we have our budgeted amount I go to the bank, withdraw the amount of money we will need and start stuffing my envelopes.  You do not need anything fancy for your envelopes.  We use boring cheap white envelopes and just write the names of each category on them.  I then put the amount of money I need in each envelope.

 

This money has to last me all month.  Once it’s gone, it’s gone.  I leave these envelopes home at all times.  My husband doesn’t like the idea of me walking around with so much cash and I have found that I am to tempted to spend it if it’s with me.  When I need to buy something I simply take out the correct amount of cash from the envelope, no more and no less and go to the store.  I also leave home all debit and credit cards.  This is my way to get rid of all temptation and to prevent any impulse shopping.  The amount of cash I put in my wallet is ALL I have to spend for that shopping trip so I have to really pay close attention to what I’m putting in my shopping cart.

I am fairly loose with the envelopes and will occasionally switch some of the cash around in the envelopes mid-month.  It’s hard to always know exactly how much we will need for each category.  I never spend over the amount of monthly budgeted cash.  That large sum is non negotiable and we have to spend carefully throughout the month to make sure it lasts us all four weeks.

I recommend everyone at least TRYING doing most of their spending with cash each month and see how much less you spend.  It has really opened my eyes to my spending habits and is a great object lesson for everyone to try.

Easter · For the kids · Holidays · Parenting

How we are going to help our kids remember the TRUE meaning of Easter

I love Easter!  I love remembering Christ’s resurrection and what that means for me everyday.  It is a beautiful time to celebrate new life and new beginnings.  Although I love Easter I have actually never really been a huge fan of the Easter bunny and the materialism that comes with Easter.  The whole idea of a giant rabbit giving my kids presents just has never really resonated with me.  Because of this we are constantly looking for new ways to help our kids focus less on a rabbit and more on Christ.  We have tried a few different things in the past and nothing has really seemed to feel right to me.  I came up with a new idea this year that I am really looking forward to implementing with my kids.  Hopefully it can become our new Easter tradition!

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I found 7 scriptures from the Bible that discussed the different events that led up to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  I typed these scriptures up, printed them out and cut them into strips.

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I then numbered 7 Easter eggs and put the corresponding scripture in the right number of egg.  Starting on the Monday before Easter I will let my kids open up an egg each day and we will read the scripture that goes with it and talk about what was happening in that scripture.  On Sunday we will read about Christ appearing again and talk about what that means and how it blesses our lives each day.

I’m really excited for this activity.  I’m hoping it will help us keep our focus in the right place, yet also be a little fun for the kids as they open a new egg each day.

What traditions do you have for Easter?  Comment below with the ways you try to remember Christ during the Easter season?

For a fun Easter Egg Craft idea see this post:  Easter Egg Sun Catcher.

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Fabulous DEALS Friday: 10 Farmhouse Decor all under $20

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I moved into a new home about a year ago and I have been slowly trying to incorporate some farmhouse pieces.  I’ve included a little allowance for home decor in our monthly budget and have tried to stretch it as far as I can.  I found some great items on Amazon last night. Everything is under $20!  I purchased a few things and added a few others to my cart for next month!  🙂

 

  1.  Lanterns are very trendy right now.  I love the fresh look of this Farmhouse Lantern.  It is under $5 and has a lot of great reviews.
  2. I have been needing some new pillows and loved this Compass Pillowcover.  It is under $3 and is a great way to add a farmhouse style to your home.
  3. I have a few of these potted artificial plants around my house.  They are a great way to add a little color to any room.  I usually pull mine out around spring time and keep them out until fall.  I love them so much I might even buy a couple more!
  4. Adding a few French Stripe Dishtowels to your kitchen is an easy way to add some farmhouse charm.  This pack of dishtowels comes in a set of three and have a gorgeous soft nautical blue color.
  5. Nothing says farmhouse like a comfy throw blanket over a couch.  This farmhouse throw is beautiful and would go with a lot of different colors.
  6. I love galvanized pieces around my house.  This round galvanized serving tray would look beautiful for a coffee table centerpiece.
  7. Start your farmhouse look at the front door with this beautiful wreath.  At under $15 this is a great deal!
  8. I have these darling mini glass milk bottles sitting on my front entry table and I always get a lot of compliments on them.
  9. How fun would it be to have your very own personalized vintage farmhouse sign.  To get your name and personalized year on your own sign it will only cost you $16.99.  That’s a great deal!
  10. This rusted metal egg basket is sitting in my Amazon cart right now and I can’t wait until it gets here.  I love the wire metal basket look, but this one has the rusted metal giving even more of a farmhouse look.

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I hope you find something perfect!

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15 FREE Things to do with your Kids over Spring Break

In a couple of weeks my kids will have their annual one week Spring Break from school.  I always look forward to this break.  It’s so fun to have a break from the school routine and spend time together, but sometimes the kids can get a little stir crazy.  Where I live winter lasts well into April so Spring Break isn’t always “springy.”  🙂  I started brainstorming some things the kids and I can do together while on Spring Break, and as usual all of them are FREE!

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  1.  Board Games:  I love to buy board games at our local thrift store for a couple of dollars a piece.  I love playing games, and it is so fun to play them with my kids.  Some of their favorites are Clue, Sequence and Apples to Apples.  I have bought each of these in perfect condition used.
  2. ABC Day:  Have an ABC Day. Every once in a while I will tell my kids to choose a letter and we try to plan the day around that letter.  For the letter R we might eat Raisins and Red apples, play Ring around the Rosies or have a Race, and we would do an art project based around the letter R.  My kids have a lot of fun trying to come up with different ideas based around the letter.
  3. Picnic:  If it’s warm enough where you live go for a picnic at a park.  If it’s not warm enough just lay a blanket down on the living room floor and picnic at home.  Your kids will love getting to eat somewhere other than the kitchen.
  4. Crafts:  There are a lot of Spring related crafts on pinterest.  Find a fun one to do with your kids.
  5. Ice Cream in a Bag:  No need to go out for ice cream, you can make it at home with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.  There are a lot of recipes on pinterest to look through.  My kids love getting to customize their own ice cream with chocolate and sprinkles.
  6. Family Movie Night:  Let your kids stay up late one night watching a movie together as a family.  Pop some popcorn and enjoy a few other treats.  Check out your local library for free movies you might not have seen yet.
  7. Library:  Whenever my kids have a day off from school we always end up at the Public Library.  They love getting to check out some books that they can’t always find at their school library.  Check out my blog post all about the great resources the library offers here:  10 Ways using the Public Library will Save you Money
  8. Bake:  My kids all love to help in the kitchen.  Find a new recipe you can all try out together.  Our favorite is ALWAYS cookies!
  9. Nature Walk:  If you are one of the lucky ones with a warm spring break go outside on a nature walk.  Bring a sack with you and collect different rocks, pine needles and pine cones.  Once you get back home admire everyone’s collections.
  10. Start your garden:  If you love to garden Spring Break is a great time to get those little seeds started indoors.  This is so fun to get the kids involved with.  Watching those little seeds sprout is so fun and exciting for the kids (and me!).
  11. Friend Day:  Plan a play date with a few of your kids friends.
  12. Spring Cleaning:  This might not be your kids most favorite activity, but we always have a few items of Spring Cleaning I try to get done during Spring Break and my kids are lucky enough to get to help me with that.  😉  😉  It is a good way to get them busy and occupied.
  13. Make Slime or Play Dough:  Slime is all the rage these days.  We tried it out for the first time a couple of weeks ago and loved how easy it was.  There are many tutorials for it on pinterest.  If your kids aren’t interested in slime, make some play dough.  You can find our favorite play dough recipe here:  Our Favorite Play dough Recipe.
  14. Paint Rocks:  Collect some rocks outside and bring them back home to paint them.  Paint a fun design on the rock, or paint an animal (we love turning ours into ladybugs).  So easy and fun!
  15. Science Experiment:  Do a fun science experiment with your kids.  Make a volcano with baking soda and vinegar or try out  our favorite Magic Toothpick Experiment.

It does not need to cost any money to make special memories with your kids.  All they want is time and love.  I hope you have a fun and frugal Spring Break!

Crafts · Easter · Holidays · Parenting

Easter Egg Sun Catcher

I made the cutest Easter Egg Sun Catcher with my son the other day.  We have it hanging up in our window right now and I love seeing the bright colors of it every day.  This project is so easy and I just used items I had around the house.  The colors of the egg can easily be customized using any of your favorite colors.  I did this craft with my preschooler, but it would also be great for a toddler!

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First, I gathered all of my supplies.  You will need:

  • Tissue Paper:  I just grabbed all my spring colors from the tissue paper I already had at home.
  • Contact Paper:  I buy this at Walmart.  A roll will last a long time and is fun for laminating things by hand or other fun little craft projects.
  • Scissors
  • Paper Hole Punch
  • String, yarn, whatever you have on hand to hang the egg on

 

Cut squares out of your tissue paper.  I didn’t use very much from each color, it will just depend on how many and how big you are making your egg.

 

After you have a nice pile of tissue paper squares it’s time to get your contact paper ready.  I cut two pieces of contact paper both large enough for our egg.  Set one of the contact pieces aside and pull off the backing of the other piece and lay it sticky side up on the counter top.  My son then started placing the tissue paper all over the contact paper, making sure to overlap and fill all the holes.

 

Once you have your contact paper covered with the tissue paper you will need pull off the backing of your second sheet of contact paper.  Carefully lay the two contact sheets together with both sticky side on the tissue paper.

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I printed an egg template off my computer just from clip art.  I traced the egg onto the contact paper and then cut along the tracing.  Once the egg is cut out you can use your hole punch to poke a hole in the top of the egg.  Loop your string through the hole and your Easter Egg sun chatcher is ready to hang in your window!

 

My son has a short attention span so he loves doing these quick and easy projects with me.  Now if only the snow would melt and then spring would really be here!

 

 

See my post How we are going to help our kids remember the TRUE meaning of Easter for a fun activity to help the kids learn about Christ’s Resurrection and the true meaning of Easter.

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Fabulous DEALS Friday: Coupon Code plus Clearance at Gymboree

I am a Gymboree Affiliate and may receive commissions for purchases made through links on my site (THANKS).  I was not compensated for this post and all opinions are my own.  

I really really love Gymborees clothes.  They are high quality and always last much longer than many other brands.

One of the best ways to bargain shop is to stack a coupon code with items on clearance.  I was excited to see Gymboree put an additional 40% off their already markdown clothes. But, it gets even BETTER than that.  Right now they are offering an EXTRA 20% off your purchase, and that includes these extra marked down prices.  Enter code SILVERLINING at check out to get the extra 20%.  I LOVE when they have this deal.  This is a great time to stock up on some good value clothes for your kiddos.  Click the link to browse all the great deals:  Gymboree extra 40% off.

Below I shared a few of my favorite deals I picked out for my own kids.  These are the price it will be AFTER you enter your coupon code during checkout.  Happy Frugal Shopping!

Fuzzy Owl Hoodie
Fuzzy Owl Hoodie originally $39.95 now only $7.20
Striped Shift Dress
Striped Shift Dress originally $39.95 now only $7.20!
Sparkle Tulle Skirt
Sparkle Tulle Skirt originally $36.95 now only $7.20
Canvas Joggers
Canvas Joggers originally $32.95 now only $7.20
Incredi-Soft Fleece Shirt
Soft Fleece Shirt originally $32.95 now only $4.80!

 

Waffle Tee
Waffle Tee originally $19.99 now on sale for ONLY $4.80

 

 

Disclaimer:  A good deal is NOT a reason to use credit cards or spend money that has not been budgeted for.  Budget first, and IF you have money in your budget, then it’s time to bargain shop and see how far you can stretch that already budgeted money!