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Sell outgrown kids’ items at Wee Ones Children’s Consignment Sale

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

wee-ones-resaleReduce! Reuse! Recycle – including your children’s outgrown items. And make some money, too!

The Wee Ones Seasonal Children’s Consignment Sale in Rincon can help you clean out your closets. Don’t hassle with a yard sale. Sell children’s clothing, shoes, toys, baby gear, books, even hairbows at this upscale sale and they’ll do the work for you. Even better, 70 profit goes to the consignor (i.e. you!).

Plus, consignors get first dibs on the sale items. The Wee Ones sale is March 3-6 and includes a SPECIAL pre-shop/pre-sale time for consignors ONLY 4-6 PM Wed. March 3. To find out how to prepare your items for sale and to learn more about becoming a consignor, click here.

At the sale, expect to find speciality boutique items, smocked Easter dresses, a large selection of infant-12mths clothing and select quality maternity clothing as well as a rare find at consignment sales – cute boys items.

Sale dates:
11 AM-6 PM March 4-5
8 AM-noon March 6 when select items will be 1/2 off

Wee Ones Resale, 135 Goshen Road, next to Verizon and Baibry’s (next to Studio 21), Rincon
912-826-7019, email weeonessale@hotmail.com

Get your kids to eat Brussels sprouts and other veggies (kid-friendly recipes)

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

sproutsYou’re trying to keep your kids healthy this flu season by stuffing them with nutrient-rich meals.

But what to do with veggie-phobic tots? Convince them to take on what writer and mom Charlotte Hume calls
the World’s First Great Big Vegetable Challenge.

Charlotte convinced her 7-year-old son Freddie to take a vegetable journey of a lifetime, getting him to eat through the ABCs of veggies, trying each vegetable from asparagus to zucchini in alphabetical order.

Freddie had to try at least two recipes with each. His mom found recipes that she thought would appeal to her finicky eater’s appetite. The challenge resulted in Charlotte’s extremely helpful blog full of kid-friendly veggie recipes. Think
zucchini turkey burgers and a canneloni recipe with butternut squash.

Join the Great Big Veg Challenge here.

A thank-you to Urban Baby Daily Picks for letting us know about such a useful kid-friendly recipe blog.

LeeAnn Ritch Photography offers winter special

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

leeann-ritch-winter-specialSavannah-based photographer and natural-light aficionado LeeAnn Ritch is one of this city’s go-to shutterbugs for warm, candid images.

LeeAnn Ritch specializes in newborn, baby, child, and family photography with a modern, fresh aesthetic.

Don’t just take our word for it. Check out examples LeeAnn’s work pictured here and in her blog and her Web site.

After you do, you’ll be thrilled to learn that  LeeAnn Ritch Photography is offering a winter special: a photo session, online proofing and an 11 x 14, two 8 x 10s and 20 wallets for $300.

It’s enough to make winter feel downright sunny.

 LeeAnn Ritch Photography, 912.308.9327 or email leeann@leeannritchphotography.com

Pooler MOPS School Fair for the Savannah-area

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

mops-logoDeciding where to send your kids to school is tough, whether you’re talking about preschool or elementary school.

Pooler MOPS (Mother of Preschoolers) is helping us figure it out by hosting a School Fair for the Savannah area.

The Feb. 17 event will include representatives from a variety of schools- preschools and elementary- public, private, religious and home school. ALL are welcome to come.

This is a great chance to get some information about the schools you’re interested in and talk to the representatives.

There is no fee for parents (or for schools who might be interested in being part of the School Fair). Pooler MOPS members recognize the challenge for parents to find the right school for their children and hope this will be a valuable planning tool.

Pooler MOPS School Fair is 9:30-11:30 AM Wed. Feb. 17 at First Presbyterian Church of Pooler
305 HWY 80SE, Pooler. Check the growing list of confirmed schools that will have representatives by clicking here.

Stella & Dot jewelry opportunity event for moms looking for a flexible income

Monday, February 1st, 2010

stella-and-dot-jewelryStella & Dot is a fast growing direct selling company that is catching the eyes of Lucky Magazine, The Today Show, The New York Times, and InStyle Magazine.

The San Francisco based company has grown over 600 percent since launching back in 2008.

Laurie Herrin deVegter, a Savannah resident, is an Independent Stylist for Stella & Dot. “You can

Stella & Dot Jewelry

Stella & Dot Jewelry

think of me as a modern-day Avon lady with beautiful and affordable jewelry,” laughs Laurie. “We do not sell in stores, have something for every taste and budget, and are excited to start our “Mommy and Me” line this year,” she says.

The founder of Stella & Dot, Jessica Herrin (no relation to deVegter), is a known entrepreneur. Jessica started and sold WeddingChannel.com and has been featured on Oprah. When she became a mother, Jessica founded Stella & Dot as a flexible way for women at all stages of life to launch a career.

“Our Company paid over 9 million dollars in commissions last year and grew by 4000 stylists,” Laurie explains. “Our goal is to add 10,000 stylists in 2010. The company’s flexibility is attractive to a wide array of women – from the stay at home mom looking for a flexible income opportunity all the way up to the woman looking for a full time career.”

Laurie is looking to spread the Stella & Dot message to women interested in becoming stylists in the Coastal Empire.

Laurie recommends hosting a trunk show before signing up as a stylist. “When you are hosting a Stella & Dot party in your home or

Stella & Dot Jewelry

Stella & Dot Jewelry

at work, you really fall in love with the vintage-styling of the line and you start to understand how the business works,” Laurie says. “Plus, our hostesses usually end up with around $250 in jewelry credits at the end of the trunk show.”

You can come see what the buzz is about this Thur., Feb. 4. Laurie will be joined by the Directors from Stella and Dot at the Avia Hotel in Downtown Savannah. The Spring & Summer line will be on display and the team will be sharing their experiences with Stella & Dot.

The event is from 5:30 to 7 PM and Avia is located at 14 Barnard St., Savannah.

If you are interested in learning more about opportunities with Stella & Dot or to RSVP for the Thursday event, contact Laurie deVegter, Indpendent Stylist, with inquiries at: 912.220.0957 or savannahlaurie@gmail.com. You can view the complete line of jewelry at Laurie’s website here.