Friday, December 4, 2009

Save money with Holiday meals shopping Walmart (plus 2 giveaways)

Looking to save money with shopping for the big family meals, whether you shop for Thanksgiving or Christmas, or just a family meal~ check out Walmart!
Walmart’s Thanksgiving Dinner for Eight could fit into an affordable price range of $20! With Christmas right around the corner, I think Walmart will be a great place to buy our groceries with our budget in mind. I enjoyed looking over the wonderful information found on the Holiday Meals site for Walmart. The website has great recipes, and options to make your dollar stretch. One recipe that I am excited to try for the Walmart site is: Pumpkin Roll Cake with Warm Cinnamon Caramel Sauce! Yum, this looks so tastey, and the presentation is mouth watering! I usually make Pumpkin bars with the cream cheese frosting for our family gatherings, but trying something new could be fun, and great tasting. Walmart teamed up with the Food Network's Melissa d'Arabians. She is talented~ and you can even watch a video of her talking about food ideas.
I have a fun contest for you! Enter to win a Walmart gift card for $30! To enter: share some of your own favorite memories or money-saving tips. some great recipes from the Food Network’s Melissa d’Arabians.
This contest is open to bloggers and non-bloggers of the United States. Contest is open until December 16th, 2009.
**For extra chances you can: blog this contest, add my button to your site, subscribe to my blog, twitter and/or become a fan on facebook, and/or visit everyday and add something else you found on the Walmart website (you didn't know they sold). Lots of chances to win! Don't forget to put the extra comments for the "extra" work. Good luck!**
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Walmart. In addition, I received a Walmart gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate and two to offer as a giveaway.

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Mami2jcn said...

Favorite money-saving tip: shopping at Walmart!

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~ Cee ~ said...

My money saving tip is to try to plan for a few vegetarian dishes each week. We do things like lentil tacos, chickpea curries, and other dishes that really save money and allow us to splurge on one really nice meal out or at home each week or so. One of my favorite items to stock up on at Walmart is their spicy chili beans -- those work so well in the crockpot as part of a 3-bean chili! Thank you for this opportunity! ceevegnashville [at] gmail [dot] com

Niecey said...

Money saving tip - use the envelope system to budget cash. Keep note of what you spend on a notepad beside your envelope. Bake a lot! It's cheaper than cooking extravagant treats and starters and sides. Make magnificent muffins and breads a lot. Flour is cheap.

smdrm said...

To save money, match coupons with sales.

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NL6369 said...

Mom always told me if you want to save money, go with a list, buy only what is on the list, no "impulse" buys.

Niecey said...

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Doreen said...

Well, money saving tips I definitely look through all of the ads before deciding where to go for something. Like sodas, I check all the ads and compare prices. So, I go where the best prices are for certain items. I love Walmart as does my family and we shop there a lot!! purposedrivenlife4you at gmail dot com

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peg42 said...

My best money saving tips is to use coupons whenever possible. I also buy items a bit at a time, each week, so this way we're not hit with a big bill at one time.
Thanks so much and Happy Holidays.

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Missybeez said...

Clip those coupons and make meals that stretch like different kind of pasta meals!


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Kiara said...

My money saving tip is to use coupons and but things when they are on sale.
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Helen said...

Money-saving is really very simple. Ask yourself every time you want to buy something, "if I buy this, how will it effect my life?"

Christy said...

Coupons, comparison shopping and not buying brand name products.

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Pat said...

Using coupons on sale items is the best way to save. I always check the grocery ads to make the most of my money.
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Amber said...

I buy in bulk by shopping at Costco or Walmart to save money. And my favorite holiday memory from my childhood was baking cookies for santa with my mom!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Courtney said...

my money saving tip is to cut lots of coupons!

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Laura said...

To save money join a coupon club.
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kendra22 said...

coupons, double coupon stores and wal mart ! thanks for the giveaway

Emily said...

Save money by planning trips and not impulse buying! Plus, using coupons--especially at stores that double them up!
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Timothy said...

My money saving tip is to use coupons and enter awesome sweepstakes from awesome blogs such as this one!

Rebecca Graham said...

I save using coupons and buying BOGO items at the grocery store.

melody said...

i always read the sales ads on Sundays.

sweepmom said...

To save money on holiday meals we have everyone bring a dish or two to share.

GALENA said...

IUSE COUPONS AN KNOW WHERE I CAN GET THE BEST DEALS WITH THEM AND USE THEM THERE WHEN I AM IN THAT AREA

allison said...

My best money saving tip actually has to do with walmart: I clip coupons and have been known to save $15-$20 everytime I go!

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sksweeps said...

I shop the weekly grocery store ads, make my list from what is on sale (and track the best sale prices for what we usually use), and stock up when great sales happen!

Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Maukilo.com sold watercolor art sets.


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lisa said...

Probably when i first discovered stores that offered triple coupons. msmith572@yahoo.com

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Heidi Gail said...

Save money by stocking up on the foods you need when they are on sale and storing them.

tutugirl said...

My money saving tip is to buy more than one Sunday newspaper for the coupons and then buy when things are on sale.

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Snowflake07 said...

My money saving tip is to save leftovers. I like to use the freezer bags that come with the little gadget to suck the extra air out. I divide the leftovers in little 1 person serving sizes. That way, if I don't feel like cooking, each person can grab whatever they want from the freezer stash. Much better than throwing leftovers away or having them go bad in the fridge.

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Arla said...

My Best tip involves buying gas at the gas pump. We all know how Gas prices and our economy in general has spun out of control but if you're mindful and thrifty you may well take advantage by doing this next time your filling up your vehicles gas tank.
You can get medium grade(Plus) gasoline for about $2.60 cheaper if you fill 1/2 your tank with Premium grade(Super) and 1/2 your tank with Low grade(Regular)which will make (Medium grade)-Plus if you do so. It may take a minute longer to do this but if you’re saving near $3 I’d say better the money in your pocket than in the Oil companies pocket!
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Belinda said...

Favorite money saving tip: Learn when stores mark down things like meats, produce, and bakery items and stock up then.
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Renski17 said...

I save money by shopping the sale papers with coupons. The saving can really add up. GLTA!
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Brent said...

Know what the prices are. Most things go to walmart but now what the other stores charge.

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Michelle AKA blabla3269 said...

coupon double coupon and sale all at the same time

Qtpies7 said...

I have cut my grocery list down by about $300 a month by using a list and switching to Super Walmart over our local small town supermarket.

ktgonyea said...

Only buy what you need when you need it so you don't end up giving away unused items.

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elkaye said...

I purchase store-brand items and use coupons when shopping for food.


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mogrill said...

I double coupons with sales. Thanks for the chance.
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clc408 said...

My money saving tip is to take a pair of scissors to the yard and take lots of clippings for holiday decorating. If you don't have any evergreens, Christmas tree lots have trimmings that they sell cheaply or even give away. With a few supermarket flowers, you can have arrangements that would cost hundreds of dollars at the florist.

Tracey said...

I shop the sales ads and use coupons to save money.
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lisa said...

I love this: Skywalker Trampolines Rectangle Trampoline with Enclosure. msmith572@yahoo.com

GALENA said...

file coupons not using right away to use on sale items or if needed befor they expire

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mickeyfan said...

Memory: My 5'nothing, 100 lb grandma standing at the stove in her small kitchen over a castiron skillet that probably weighed almost as much as she did, making the best damned gravy I have ever eaten. She couldn't even lift it off the stove. Mmmm.

tawnda said...

I love shopping at walmart store & online. They usually have the best price around

Mami2jcn said...

I'm glad you edited the rules...I thought I was going nuts when I read the daily entry was about Maukilo.com.

I didn't know Walmart.com sold trampolines.


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jpandtheboys said...

COSTCO! Buying in bulk. Love it, especially for diapers and wipes. :)

I love walmart. :) Thanks

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i twitted about you. :) or walmart.. or both. However you look at it. I did it. :)

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Carolyn G said...

My money saving tip is to be sure to stock up on the holiday sales at the grocery store. Buy an extra turkey and have it a few months from now.

Anonymous said...

DO NOT throw those orange peels!
Simmer them on the stove in a little fruit juice until tender, cool,dice and top canned or homemade cinnamon rolls just before baking- 1 scant tsp.diced peels per roll. Top with icing later as usual.

jzagarjr said...

Save your coupons for when the product is on sale...that way you get double the savings.

jlafount said...

Buy store brand for non-essential ingredients

ellie said...

My money saving tip is to shop at Walmart and use the competitor's ads to match prices and use coupons. I save a bundle every week doing this.

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Arla said...

daily entry, I didnt know Walmart sold this> Ronco Rocker Showtime Stainless Steel Stamped 20-Piece Knife Set

April said...

I combine coupons with Walmart's rollback prices to get the most money saved!

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clynsg said...

Even though most of my shopping is at Walmart, I keep a close eye on flyers from other stores, because of Walmarts' policy of matching other sale prices. It frequently saves a trip across town, thus saving not only cash but time. Combine that with coupons, and it is even better.

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mscoffee77 said...

My money saving tip is to have everyone coming to your meal bring a dish.

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lisa said...

I didn't realize Walmart carried such awesome grills like the Brinkmann 4-Burner Stainless Steel Gas Grill.
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mmentor said...

always nice to have one of these in your purse

Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold futons.


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mframe said...

My favorite memory is my mom making us cabbage patch dolls.

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kdkdkd said...

My favorite money saving tip is to go through the weekly sale flyers, match up the sales with coupons (including printable online coupons) and planning the weekly meals around it. Save a ton that way.

sksweeps said...

My favorite money saving tip is growing a lot of fruit and veggies in my garden and preserving them for eating thru the winter.

Leslie said...

My best money saving tip for holiday meals is to start stocking up on staples like flour and sugar and things early in the season so you don't have to go out and buy everything all at once.

Arla said...

I didnt know walmart sold mattresses so I pikced this item for my daily entry.
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Darlene said...

use coupons and watch for sales

lisa said...

I found Faded Glory - Women's Faux-Leather Zip Jacket for only $12. msmith572@yahoo.com

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I didn't know Walmart sold the Ronco Rocker Showtime Stainless Steel Stamped 20-Piece Knife Set. Pretty cool, eh?

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Sarah said...

My favorite money saving tip is to leave my husband at home when I go shopping! I save so much money, it's better than clipping coupons!!

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Mysharona said...

caroling with family is a great memory i have.

Kristie said...

My money saving tip is to buy coupon items when they are already on sale-double savings! :-)

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Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold patio furniture.


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Staci said...

A money saving tip: stick to your list and shop alone! I always spend less when I have meals planned out and no hubby or little one trying to add more things to the cart!
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Staci said...

And I didn't know Walmart offered Personalized Christmas gifts.
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Deborah said...

My favorite money-saving tip is to make a menu for the shopping period after consulting sale ads, make a shopping list and stick to it! asthenight at gmail dot com

Arla said...

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Darlene said...

One way to save money is watch for those instant rebates at stores like CVS and Walgreens. A lot of times it is 100% rebate on a product I already use. Often I can use the rebate to buy more rebate items.

hale2005 said...

Use coupons when you shop.

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carole37 said...

1 make a list and stick to it
2 head to Walmart
3 if you have coupons USE THEM
4 don't take kids with you that includes the big male ones

lisa said...

I didn't realize Walmart had such an amazing selection of appliances. I would love to get the Bissell Steam Mop. msmith572@yahoo.com

Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold office supplies.


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Linda said...

My money saving tip is to buy several items when you find a great sale on food, and always use coupons.
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Sheila P said...

Money saving tip: Use coupons whenever possible and buy as much sale stuff as possible!

samsakara said...

My money saving tip is buying things out of season so you get great deals.

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Arla said...

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Darlene said...

Go to stores that double coupon if possible and use your coupons.

lisa said...

I discovered the value of the day: George Foreman 36" Champ Grill. msmith572@yahoo.com

Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold grills.


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Heather said...

I shop for bulk sizes of casseroles and hors d'oeuvres at BJ's and Wal-Mart for holiday entertaining.

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Arla said...

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CAROLINA said...

My mother makes great apple pies. Every Thanksgiving and Christmas I lend my helping hand by peeling apples for her. Its a small part but I look forward to it.

Sweeter the berry said...

I always shop wal-mart for great value.
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Molly C. said...

My best money saving tip is to make a list & stick to it!

Darlene said...

Go grocery shopping when you are not hungry and less likely to make impulse purchases.

Arla said...

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Erica C. said...

We use coupons and buy in bulk when certain items are on sale. Also, shop at stores where prices are always low!

Holly B said...

I buy everything when it goes on sale, and use coupons for them, things you can buy ahead of time like the canned stuff do it in the weeks before the holidays!

lisa said...

I found another new item that i need at Walmart: Sand Dune 7 Piece Dining set. msmith572@yahoo.com

Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold dining sets.


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Sheila P said...

Buy as much as you can on sale and use coupons!

Madam Pince said...

Be open to new ideas. I ran across a recipe for turkey breast cooked in the slow cooker in 2007 and have made my turkeys that way ever since. My husband never thought he'd like anything other than a roasted turkey, but he really liked the slow cooker version.

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ladyt64 said...

Check the sale papers before you shop and make sure to use coupons.

Darlene said...

Buy on sale or clearance but be careful you don't get carried away and buy things you are not going to use just because the price is good.

lisa said...

I didn't realize that Walmart had such an awesome boot selection. these are great: No Boundaries - Woman's Twylla Wedge Boots. msmith572@yahoo.com

momznite said...

Money saver:
Before shopping I make a list. Later I try to resist throwing extra items into the cart.

Julie Vineyard said...

I pricematch at Walmart and use coupons

Ashley said...

Along with using coupons, I try to plan ahead as much as possible and delegate some dishes to those who come and join us to save everyone money and time.

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Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold lawn mowers.


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Elaine Welby said...

Well, for one thing...I do shop at Walmart to save money! Secondly, I buy in bulk, it's always less by the pound, and I have enough storage space to get away with it. And I'm eating less and less meat, which is turning out to be a moneysaver.

joni said...

My best Holiday tip is to leave all charge cards at home.
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Darlene said...

Buy store brands if they are less expensive (sometimes name brands are less, if they are on sale and/or you have a coupon).

lisa said...

I didn't know Walmart carried this: Ironman 1611 Upright Exercise Bike. msmith572@yahoo.com

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Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold exercise equipment.


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iluv2blog said...

To save money. Duh, shop at Wal-Mart.

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Anonymous said...

When there's a great sale, buy a case if you can and a can if you can't. Having extra food in the house is never a bad thing.writer61@yahoo.com

Sheila P said...

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Darlene said...

try to match sales with your coupons

KISSaholic4life said...

When you cook a meal - double the recipe and freeze the extra so that you just have to heat and eat it at a later date.

1993wel said...

My best money-saving tip is make a list and stick to it in the store. Don't impulse buy and never shop when you're hungry (or with your husband!!) :)

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

My money saving tip is to shop in the mornings, when fresh fruits, meats, breads will be marked down on last day of sale.

heaventrees said...

To save money on holiday meals, say YES when guests offer to bring something. Even if it's just beverages it's a big help to the budget.

iluv2blog said...

My money saving tip is shop at Wal-Mart!

Darcie said...

Favorite tip? Shop from a list. It limits the impulse buying!
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GALENA said...

SHOP WICOUPONS KNOW YOUR STORES AN PRICES AND USE COUPONS

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lisa said...

Walmart has such awesome storage containers like the Sterilite 3-Drawer Wide Cart. msmith572@yahoo.com

mclorijo said...

coupons and buying bulk really helps for me
thanks

Christy said...

Shop with coupons and check the weekly grocery ads to see who has the best prices for what you need.

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Nancy said...

I shop three stores that are almost next to each other. I read their weekly sales, match coupons and go to the store(s) with the best deals for I need.

Mami2jcn said...

I didn't know Walmart.com sold desks.


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Melodic Mom said...

To save money I always follow what's on my list and use coupons.

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karen said...

My favorite memories are of holiday family reunions.

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chlorinebrain said...

My favorite money saving tip is to match sales & coupons & ALWAYS pay with cash! When you run out of money you are done shopping!

Anonymous said...

I use coupons whenever I can and it saves us alot!
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Mir said...

Besides buying items on sale and using coupons, another money-saving tip is to also buy a few extra ingredients that help use up leftovers, so that you end up with something yummy yet different when everyone is sick of turkey sandwiches! I make a pot pie or tacos or simmer shredded turkey in bbq sauce and eat that on buns.

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Marla said...

my favorite tip is use coupons at walmart

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csue said...

Stock up when stuff is on sale. Shop at scratch and dent stores. Eat at home instead of out. Make extra and freeze it.

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Include everyone in the preparation of Christmas dinner.
Have each head of the family bring a side,dessert and drink.
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KowgirlsRule said...

My favorite money saving tip is to use coupons and stockpile!!

sharonjo said...

I buy in bulk and buy store brands to save money! Love Walmart! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

Jammie said...

My money saving tip is shop early and have a hiding place that way the the holiday comes you are not ffreaking. I had all my Christmas done months ago.

intime said...

my tip is to print coupons to use on groceries intime@myself.com

ladyt64 said...

I didn't know that walmart.com sold grills.

momznite said...

I had no idea that Walmart sold sheds.

Kidazy said...

My favorite holiday memory is watching my baby brothers run down the stairs to see what Santa had brought, every year it made me smile to see the excitement on their faces!

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