Friday, July 9

a trip to target

i really need to make a note to self that i will be spending twice the amount of money i plan on spending any time i go to target. especially if my mom is joining.

i texted my hubby while waiting in line to give him a head's up. "just a forewarning: spent a lot more than i said i was going to :)" luckily, caleb was playing a fifa soccer game with my dad so he was in a good mood. who am i kidding, for those of you who don't know my husband -- he is always in a good mood. one of the many things i love about you, honey. ;)

i won't tell you how much i spent but the number didn't start with a 1. and it was three digits.

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to justify, i got some great deals and a bunch of big ticket items, such as; size 3 diapers, size 4 diapers, wipes, swim diapers, toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, a bunch of baby food, and a lot of non-perishable foods.

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brody rocked my new hat and foster got his very own sippy cup.

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i felt a tad guilty for spending a lot of money so i decided to return something before we left. i'm crazy, i know. when we got out to the car i saw bottled water that i had forgotten to bring in from the car from our last shopping trip. so, i headed right back in to return the bottled water i literally just purchased. got my $5 and change back and felt quite accomplished...until my mom told me about this study that links bottled water sitting in heat to breast cancer. thanks, mom. now i can't bring myself to drink the water anyway. do you drink bottled water? tap water? use a filter? i'm interested.

4 comments:

  1. We use a Brita filter that we fill and keep in the fridge. I don't really ever drink tap water straight from the sink- except at my in-laws, their tap water tastes good- maybe it's cause they have a well but i'm not sure.
    I've heard about not leaving water in the car before and ever since then i've stopped.

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  2. Great deals at target, by the way...

    i love target. it's dangerous that i work so close to them and can take a trip over during a break =)

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  3. we're thinking of getting a filter for our faucet...

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  4. It's the bpa's and phthalates in plastic that can be a problem. Those chemicals can mimic estrogen. You can get a kleen kanteen or something like that. I just bought some more at ll bean and pottery barn kids on clearance.
    However, those chemicals are in a lot of things…

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