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Old 04-04-2011, 07:33 PM   #31
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This is an AWESOME thread thanks for all the wonderful tips. I'm excited for the rest of them. We are planning a trip for next summer and we will have our two DD's 7 and 3 (at time of trip) and our DS 22 mo (at time of trip) and I will be using some of your very helpful ideas
Thanks! I'm glad you are finding it helpful. DS was 22 months on our last trip and it was a great age. Planning and resourcefulness made it pretty easy. He's almost 4 now and it will be so much different! I'm eager to see what he'll want to try, but worried that he'll discover his great disadvantage of being only 39 inches tall! Let me know if there are any topics or questions you want me to address directly. There's bound to be something you'll think of that I haven't yet!

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Love your posts! Thanks so much for sharing with everyone!

I noticed your family is outfitted with Keens.

What style do you have for everyone? Thinking of getting some for my family which includes toddlers to adults. Their website is overwhelming with options though! Crocs just don't seem to cut it anymore for me.

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We do love Keens! For the kids, I never thought twice. I always invest in their everyday shoes. They both have Newport H2s. DS is on his 2nd pair. After a wash through the machine, his old look brand new and are stashed away for DD in the future. I only get him gender neutral colors for that reason! They wash and wear so well and they are the only shoes he wore all summer. He wore them on the playground, on the rubberized gym floor, in mud, anywhere!

I just got myself a pair of Venices. I have always been a Teva girl, but I am touring Israel for work this summer and we'll be visiting Hezekiah's Tunnel, so closed toe was important. It made the investment finally worth it. I picked the Venice because I thought it looked more feminine, though I them in black to wear more neutrally.

The big differences among the sandal options are
1. is the heel cup closed or open? the kids versions are different than the adult with the same name in this area.
2. the amount of webbing between the ankle and the toe, whether the webbing is open, wide, etc.
3. Materials- some are water-tolerant leather, others are nylon. I think the nylon washes best and looks best over time. Those are typically called H2.

The footbeds are mostly the same. The toddler Newport H2 sizes have an easy open ankle.

Crocs are comfortable and I wore them when I was pregnant on our last trip when my feet were too swollen for my Teva's. They left my feet feeling sticky, though. I think they are useful for the kids for water play and travel because they are easy on and off, so they still get a fresh pair each year.

I hope that helps. I'm glad you're enjoying the thread! I'm enjoying writing it!
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I am always impressed by extreme couponers. I lack follow-through generally, so I typically online use coupons online and shopping for clothes. I admire you though! Way to go on the carry-ons. I know you are reluctant with the single checked bag, but would it make your terminal experience better to check one full bag? I often debate: what is the dollar value of this hassle? Nine times out of ten I go with the savings. But some services are money well spent.
Oh, thanx! My kids love it and are all involved! We've turned it into a small business! This is why we are able to afford such a great vacation this year!Yay! I really am not sure which way to go with the checked bag. I would prefer two smaller bags, but I would probably have to buy them, and I don't want to do that. I do have two Disney bags on wheels. I suppose I could try that out. At this point, it's the decision between spending $50 for a checked bag (that's $25 each way), or probably close to the same amount for 2 travel size suitcases. It goes against my nature to spend the money on the checked bag, and not have something I own to show for it. My general rule is to never go into a store and buy just one thing. I'll tell you why this makes sense...For instance...today I had to buy dog food. I could've gone into the store and just bought the dog food. It would've cost me $16.00. However, I went in and used some CATS (coupons from the Catalina printing machine at the register-good for a certain amount off your next order) to purchase some Dawn dish detergent, which in turn gave me another CAT good for $5.00 off my next order. I then had $7.00 in CATS to apply to my dog food, and a $3.00 coupon. My dog food only cost me $6.00 then, which was less than I would've spent on just the dog food if I had just walked in and bought only that. AND I walked out with 4 Dawn dish soaps, a free milk, and the dog food. Understand? I probably lost you. My point is, I realize I would be paying for a service with checking a bag, but if I used the money to buy two suitcases, I would be leaving with something in my hands that belonged to me. Plus I am guessing checking the bag would slow me down. Hmmm....what to do? Opinions?
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Old 04-05-2011, 08:29 AM   #33
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Oh, thanx! My kids love it and are all involved! We've turned it into a small business! This is why we are able to afford such a great vacation this year!Yay! I really am not sure which way to go with the checked bag. I would prefer two smaller bags, but I would probably have to buy them, and I don't want to do that. I do have two Disney bags on wheels. I suppose I could try that out. At this point, it's the decision between spending $50 for a checked bag (that's $25 each way), or probably close to the same amount for 2 travel size suitcases. It goes against my nature to spend the money on the checked bag, and not have something I own to show for it. My general rule is to never go into a store and buy just one thing. I'll tell you why this makes sense...For instance...today I had to buy dog food. I could've gone into the store and just bought the dog food. It would've cost me $16.00. However, I went in and used some CATS (coupons from the Catalina printing machine at the register-good for a certain amount off your next order) to purchase some Dawn dish detergent, which in turn gave me another CAT good for $5.00 off my next order. I then had $7.00 in CATS to apply to my dog food, and a $3.00 coupon. My dog food only cost me $6.00 then, which was less than I would've spent on just the dog food if I had just walked in and bought only that. AND I walked out with 4 Dawn dish soaps, a free milk, and the dog food. Understand? I probably lost you. My point is, I realize I would be paying for a service with checking a bag, but if I used the money to buy two suitcases, I would be leaving with something in my hands that belonged to me. Plus I am guessing checking the bag would slow me down. Hmmm....what to do? Opinions?
It makes perfect sense to me! I'm not good at managing paper, so managing coupons is so far beyond my skill set. I only stay on top of my paperwork if it gets recycled, shredded, or immediately utilized when it comes into the house! My other question: how do you manage all the bulk products? I like a well stocked pantry, but I'd feel like I was managing a warehouse after a while, and probably forget what I have/need. How does that work? Do you have a blog so I can learn more?

Here's the question I would pose about the suitcases: Do you fly enough that they are worth the investment? If you fly often with the whole family or you start working with them on packing their own things (I've seen some great homeschool projects where the kids plan and pack for African safaris, etc), then it's an investment.

If you often take beach trips or other vacations where you put the bigger suitcases in the car and only use the carry-on size once every other year, and they take up valuable space in your home, plus your younger ones don't want to pull their own gear or need your help, etc, then it's a loss.
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If only use the carry-on size once every other year, and they take up valuable space in your home, plus your younger ones don't want to pull their own gear or need your help, etc, then it's a loss.
Just IMHO, but I think its an investment even if it's only used occasionally. It was always a great size for the kids when they were little, even if they didn't haul it themselves. And they much preferred having their own vs. sharing a large suitcase. They don't have to take up extra room. We store small bags inside the carry ons, then store the carry ons inside the larger suitcases.
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It makes perfect sense to me! I'm not good at managing paper, so managing coupons is so far beyond my skill set. I only stay on top of my paperwork if it gets recycled, shredded, or immediately utilized when it comes into the house! My other question: how do you manage all the bulk products? I like a well stocked pantry, but I'd feel like I was managing a warehouse after a while, and probably forget what I have/need. How does that work? Do you have a blog so I can learn more?

Here's the question I would pose about the suitcases: Do you fly enough that they are worth the investment? If you fly often with the whole family or you start working with them on packing their own things (I've seen some great homeschool projects where the kids plan and pack for African safaris, etc), then it's an investment.

If you often take beach trips or other vacations where you put the bigger suitcases in the car and only use the carry-on size once every other year, and they take up valuable space in your home, plus your younger ones don't want to pull their own gear or need your help, etc, then it's a loss.
I'm sure with your organizing prowess you'd be a great couponer. I honestly thought I never would be. Now I get asked to speak at engagements on it. I have yet to take them up on their offers though! I deal with bulk in several ways. First of all, I live in a 90 year old farmhouse with ten foot ceilings and a pantry with built-ins. The pantry was also converted into a laundry room before we moved in, so I am often seen standing on top of my dryer or scaling the shelves to place things on the very highest shelves. I love organization, even though my family does everything they can to ruin that for me, so my pantry is my happy place. No one messes with my neat rows in there. I sometimes go there just for the serenity of the room. I only keep what my family can use before it goes bad. I watched several stockpile videos on Utube as I was just starting out, and never wanted to be one of those people who has to move this stack and that stack to get to what I need. Everything is very accessible. Some things I keep in the bathroom cabinet which was built by my hubby and is fairly large. Again, we only keep what we can use. So...though I have about 300 toothpastes, I only keep about 6-10 for my family and sell the rest. I keep all my stock on shelves until it's time to sell, then pack it into boxes. When we get back from a day at the flea market, everything goes back on the shelves so I am able to see what kind of stock I have. Well-everything but the toothpaste cuz that's like a million pounds. Living this way has saved my family roughly $20,000.00 this year. My Giant Eagle receipt says this year's savings is over $15,000.00, so that first number may be low when you add in my savings at other stores. We never pay full price for anything, which is why we will keep 7 of one item on our shelves. Disney is our one thing we splurge on! I don't do a blog, but I am on facebook. If you are interested, PM me and I will give you my info to look me up. I do post a lot of my deals, but I never talk about selling. It got to where a lot of my friends were bragging about me in stores, and it's best to keep it on the DL. Just this week I posted a shopping trip where I came home with 139 items (including a Tangled Blue Ray), and each item had an average cost of 30 cents. I will often post a picture and tell how I did it. Anyway, now that we are WAY off subject!

My kids do help me pack b/c everything done in our home is a team effort. I just have the final say in what stays and goes, and I do the organizing. Argh. I am so torn! I wouldn't know if we fly a lot. Our first vacation in 13 years was to Disney in October 2010! Now we are flying again! We realized what we were missing, and don't want to miss it anymore! My hit is that we will probably travel at least once a year, mostly flying.

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Just IMHO, but I think its an investment even if it's only used occasionally. It was always a great size for the kids when they were little, even if they didn't haul it themselves. And they much preferred having their own vs. sharing a large suitcase. They don't have to take up extra room. We store small bags inside the carry ons, then store the carry ons inside the larger suitcases.
Good points all around. I like everyone having their own suitcases, and they all do. It's my husband and I that were sharing a large one and then pulling two carry-ons so we could take more. I am more nervous about the extra time it will take getting the bag checked while my family (my parents tend to be impatient) gets irritated waiting for us. The space issue is a non-issue with us as we have 4 attic spaces (one of the bonuses of an old house). I am thinking it will probably be carry-ons for us. I spent a half an hour squeezing stupid sunscreen into a travel size container Sunday b/c I had couponed the huge ones and needed to condense just in case we take only carry-ons! That was annoying! Thanx for all the help guys! I am still undecided, but totally leaning toward not checking a bag.
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[QUOTE=Wiloughby1;40600391]Thanks! I'm glad you are finding it helpful. DS was 22 months on our last trip and it was a great age. Planning and resourcefulness made it pretty easy. He's almost 4 now and it will be so much different! I'm eager to see what he'll want to try, but worried that he'll discover his great disadvantage of being only 39 inches tall! Let me know if there are any topics or questions you want me to address directly. There's bound to be something you'll think of that I haven't yet!

I actually do have a question for you or anyone willing to answer. Our Disney trip will be my kids first airplane ride and since we live in Spokane WA, its about an 8 hour flight for us with only one stop. What are some of the best things we can take for them on the plane? And I'm worried about their ears. Being an adult I know how to get mine to pop but how do you explain that to a toddler and an infant is there anything we can take with us to help in that department?

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Blackbeltdisneygirl- I'll PM you soon! $20,000 in one year is AMAZING! I don't know that I'll be able to go into full on stockpiling, but if I can save a few hundred it would be a great start.

I completely forgot about the liquids issue with carry-ons. For me that might be a dealbreaker! But I do love my individual suitcases....

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I actually do have a question for you or anyone willing to answer. Our Disney trip will be my kids first airplane ride and since we live in Spokane WA, its about an 8 hour flight for us with only one stop. What are some of the best things we can take for them on the plane? And I'm worried about their ears. Being an adult I know how to get mine to pop but how do you explain that to a toddler and an infant is there anything we can take with us to help in that department?
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The key to success on planes is to avoid anything noisy, messy, or big, which can be difficult. We drive from MD to VT several times each winter, so I have a bin of travel toys that only come out on trips. I also stash toys that become popular a few weeks before trips to make them exciting en route.

For DS3, he likes
-sticker books
-Crayola Color Wonder books and paper
-Books/magazines about trains
-High-5 magazines (Highlights for Preschool)
-small trains and cars
-Leapster Explorer (get headphones for the plane, but NOT earbuds)
-wikistix/bendaroos, pipe cleaners
-jacob's ladder/fidget toys
-colorforms
-homemade eye-spy bottles

DD1 is harder, but manageable.
-new books
-triangular crayons (won't roll) and coloring book
-little people figurines
-craft pom poms and stacking cups= endless fill and dump fun
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-I-Spy books. I have no idea what she is describing, but she finds lots of stuff!

for ears, there are EarPlanes that relieve pressure, but DS won't let anything near his ears. You can try an appropriate sized lollipop for your older child (ie- too big to swallow). Give the baby a bottle or nurse. The key is to keep them swallowing.

One tip I was going to add in another Tip post- plan for restock on the way home!
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Those are great ideas thanks!!!! I never would have thought about the triangle crayons awesome
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Blackbeltdisneygirl- I'll PM you soon! $20,000 in one year is AMAZING! I don't know that I'll be able to go into full on stockpiling, but if I can save a few hundred it would be a great start.

I completely forgot about the liquids issue with carry-ons. For me that might be a dealbreaker! But I do love my individual suitcases....
Awesome! You don't need to be a full on stockpiler to really see a large savings. Just having even four of one item on a shelf will save you tons of money, and by the time you run out there will be another coupon and another sale usually. The real key is having at least a couple of the same item on your shelves so you don't ever have to run to the store b/c you are out of something that you could get free or really cheap in a couple weeks.

Drum roll please....... I made my decision! Since we picked up that brand new set of suitcases at the flea market last weekend (and by the way, I made a trade for them...I gave her $10.00 in products and $10.00 cash, and her hubby gave me $10.00 off their asking price, so they were a great deal), I decided I could take back my other set I had bought from Target. I had them put the whole $85.00 on a gift card, and I bought one carry-on (which is really cute, and I should be able to pack a lot in), 48 batteries, 9 packs of razors (to sell), and one other small item (ok, it was feminine hygiene products to sell-I had a hysterectomy right after Disney in October, praise the Lord...so they aren't for me! Maybe that was TMI, but that's sort of my personality, so sorry!). I still have money left on the gift card, and my decision was made, so I feel good. I decided to use the two Disney bags on wheels from our October trip. My mom and I talked it out, and I realized my hubby doesn't own 11 days worth of summer clothes, so we may have to do laundry mid-week for him, and maybe my DS (Argh. Maybe I will trick him or my mom into doing it so I don't have to break my no laundry on vacation rule!) Anyway, thanks for the help with my decision guys!
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I actually do have a question for you or anyone willing to answer. Our Disney trip will be my kids first airplane ride and since we live in Spokane WA, its about an 8 hour flight for us with only one stop. What are some of the best things we can take for them on the plane? And I'm worried about their ears. Being an adult I know how to get mine to pop but how do you explain that to a toddler and an infant is there anything we can take with us to help in that department?

Thanks in advance
We've flown numerous times with our kids, starting out at 7 weeks old. We're flying to Orlando from Seattle so I hear you on the long flight. In October we flew to Maui, so it was about a 6 hour flight (same as to Orlando, just a different direction). For DD (then 2) we took the portable DVD player, her favorite toys, some books and some snacks. She was good with all that. Plan to bring food on the plane, kids get hungry...a lot, when sitting still. DS was 8 months then so he didn't have many toys, but we brought his favorites. We've never done anything to help their ears, DD mentioned her ears this past flight for the first time ever. She never cried or anything, just said they felt funny. I would bring something they can drink during take off/landing, maybe a lollipop or other candy like that. For babies bring something they can suck on as the sucking motion will help pop their ears if need be. Gum for older kids as long as its not a choking hazard.
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Ima---I'd suggest a couple of things. Get the baby crayola crayons. The triangle ones. They don't roll as easily. An etch a sketch is fun. Raid target's easter aisle for small portable toys and coloring books.

and I might have posted this earlier, but make individual ziploc packs of a diaper, individually wrapped wipes and butt paste,and a disposable changing pad.It will make easier to maneuver in the tiny bathrooms. I also liked bring a thin blanket to lay on the floor in the airport so she could chill for a bit.

Run them silly, before you get on the plane.

and lollipops for the ascent and descent will help with the popping.
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just kidding!!!! You're list was a very helpful post!!
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just kidding!!!! You're list was a very helpful post!!
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