We all know disposable diapers are super expensive. They can cost parents thousands of dollars by the time there little bundle of joy reaches three. Here’s a list of sites and companies where parents can get free diapers and coupons. When you have kids, every dollar counts!
Register With Diaper Companies to Get Free Diapers
Become a member of the below diaper companies and they will send you free sample packages of diapers, lotions, wipes, free coupons, pregnancy journals, magazines, books and more.
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To help support new and expecting moms, Target is giving away a free Welcome Kit when you set up a baby registry. The kit includes $50+ worth of coupons and free diapers. After creating your registry, visit the Target service desk to pick up your free Welcome Kit. Items may vary by stores, but may include: Munchkin bottle, Lansinoh samples, MAM Newborn pacifier, Honest Wipes and Diapers sample pack, Baby Bag and much more!
National Diaper Bank Network
The National Diaper Bank Network helps provide low-income families with free diapers that they can pick up locally. The network raises national awareness of diaper need (#DiaperNeed) and supports the development and expansion of diaper banks in communities throughout the country.
Free Baby Coupons
Get Free Printable Baby Coupons from your favorite brands like Pampers, Huggies, Enfamil, Gerber, NUK, Johnson’s Baby, Boogie Wipes, PediaCare and more!
The items marked with the are the best Target Unadvertised Deals & Coupon Match Ups in my opinion. Make sure you check off the items that you want on this list, then add your own custom items to make a customized shopping list.
It is also important to make sure that you print out the Target Coupon Policy and put it in your coupon binder for reference. I also like to have it on hand when shopping.
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For those of you not familiar with a Jamaican Jerk like this Jamaican Jerk Chicken Recipe, it is a spicy, sweet, tangy and HOT meal for grilled meat, typically used for pork or chicken. Looking for great fun recipes to add to our menu plan, this combination of flavors was top on my list.
After some research, I starting cooking it up in the kitchen in order to find a great “Jerk” recipe that the whole family would enjoy. Most recipes call for Scotch bonnet peppers. I wanted a little heat, but not a ton that my kids would completely back away from the table. Instead of the much more powerful traditional peppers, in the seasoning mix, I incorporated cayenne pepper to turn up the heat a bit. You can certainly adjust this spice level up or down based on your family’s taste.
Start by mixing up a marinade for the jerk chicken in large bowl or dish. See the recipe seasoning blend below. I like to make my own I find it easier as I have most of these spices on hand only.
Jerk Chicken Seasoning Blend
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1 teaspoon dried parsley
1 teaspoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon dried crushed red pepper
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 teaspoons brown sugar
Pinch salt & pepper.
If you like this jerk chicken recipe as much as we did, you can easily double or triple this seasoning blend recipe and store it in an airtight container for up to two months.
I cheated and cooked my jerk chicken recipe on an indoor grill. If you have limited space, live in an apartment without a grill, or the weather isn’t great fo grilling, you can use this method. You could even broil the chicken in the oven if you preferred. A traditional grilled method imparts a better texture and smoky flavor, but it is still delicious when cooked in other ways.
The addition of fresh pineapple junks, bell peppers, and onions is ideal for serving over rice. The caramelization on the grill adds tons of flavor!
Serve this jerk chicken recipe with veggies and grilled fruits by itself for a low-carb recipe, or over a bed of savory rice for a more traditional feel to your meal.
This delicious Jamaican jerk chicken recipe is a great chioce for your menu plan. You can even toss the chicken, vegetables, fruit, and seasoning mix into a freeze bag together, label, date, and freeze for future meals. It works perfectly for meal planning in advance and letting it marinade longer gives even more flavor!
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Flubber is an incredibly easy and gooby kids craft project that kids will love! Buying flubber from the store can be costly and I found that it doesn’t last long at all. Coming up with a fun way to make this homemade flubber at home as a weekend kids craft was ideal!
Why will you love making this homemade flubber kids craft?
It isn’t too messy
Kids love it because it is fun to play with
It’s a great educational kids craft and science experiment (is it solid or liquid?)
It can be personalized with colors and even glitter
Mix all ingredients together until the mixture is well incorporated. You can adjust the food coloring until you find the right shade. It will lighten some when mixed with the second step, so don’t be afraid of going a bit darker.
Mix the above until Borax is fully dissolved. This should take just a minute or so, and can be done with a spoon or wire whisk.
Add Mix 2 into Mix 1. To allow the kiddos to have fun, I had them stirring and mixing the ingredients together, but you really don’t need to do this part at all. It is a chemical reaction that makes flubber into a mass of goo.
Because of the science behind this recipe, the borax combines with the PVA in the glue and makes a polymer. Once the mixture looks soupy, roll up those sleeves and hand mix for a full 2-3 minutes and VIOLA. You have been flubberized. Please remember to tell your kids that homemade flubber is not a food and should not be tasted.
To make sure your homemade flubber lasts longer, make sure your kids have clean hands before playing with it. This will keep dirt and germs out of it, and make it last a lot longer for future days of play. The shelf life of the homemade flubber kids craft is around 3 weeks. After that, you’ll want to throw it out and create a new batch to play with. During the 3 weeks that you store the flubber, make sure to keep your flubber in an airtight container, or a Ziploc baggie. You’ll also want to note that this should be thrown away in the garbage and not poured down the sink or down a drain.
Making kids craft ideas like this homemade flubber is a great way to include education into play time. With so many fun colors you can make, it is also a fun craft idea that would work for any birthday party, or even a sleepover with the kids! Add some drops of glow in the dark paint, and use it to decorate around Halloween! The possibilities with this fun homemade flubber kids craft are endless!