Wednesday, August 28, 2013

We {heart} grandparents.

Let's go, Grandmom!
{Louisville Zoo. July 2013.}

My kids were literally cheering and running laps around the house yesterday afternoon when I told them both Gran-Gran and Grandmom are coming to the Grandparents Day breakfast at their school next week. Their excitement was genuine and sweet, but it did make it wonder if I'd shared the news too early. I may be hearing about this for the next nine days.

Even so, grandparents are worth celebrating. Grandparents Day is Sept. 8. 

I've seen some good ways to do that lately. Perhaps they'll even make you want to cheer and run laps.

One of the many card choices at


And Cardstore makes it easy -- and cheap! Send a personalized card from the website straight to the recipient for just $1.99. This deal is good through tomorrow {Thursday} night. Use CCK3822 at check out.

You can also make cards at Treat, where you can save 25% through Sept. 30 with 25SAVE.


Do you know Life is Good products? I love them. I stocked up on some cute T-shirts for Christmas presents when zulily was having a sale. But right now you can save 10% off already-marked clearance items at Use the code GOOD at checkout through Saturday.


Our parents love photo gifts with the kids sweet faces on them. Get creative. Get practical. Get personal. Walgreens is offering 35% off photo gifts through Saturday with the code GIFTFOR35.

You can also make photo gifts at Tiny Prints, where you can use LABOR25 through Sept. 3 to save 25% off sitewide.


DaySpring offers lovely gifts that will also inspire with quotes and Bible verses incorporated. And the clearance section is definitely worth browsing. I recently stocked up on Truly Blessed mirror and a few other goodies for Christmas gifts. You can save $20 off orders of at least $70 with the code 20off70. Or you can get free shipping with a purchase of $30 or more when you use shipping30.

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