It has been a while since I have written about my family. Yes it has been a busy couple of months from adjusting to school, daily routine changes, and unexpected life surprises. Majority of these life changing moments were what we call around here Kleenex moments.
As you all know my 5 year old started Kindergarten a couple of months ago and to be honest I was a wreck. My son is Autistic and I wanted to make sure that his first day of school went well. After a few months in school not only is my son loving school, he is thriving and everyday he improves and surprises me.
With starting school we are expose to germs and yes, my son got to experience his first virus and nasty cold of his life. Can we say a week out of school? Thanks to some love and care, my son made a great recovery.
Thanks to my son’s exposure a few days later the entire family fell ill to this virus and cold! Thankfully it wasn’t as bad as our son, but we survived and still recovering from this nasty cold.
My goals for my blog came true and as emotional as I have been I cried. I am finally making an income after losing my part-time job back in August.
These are some of my Kleenex moments in the past few months and thanks to my obsession of having Kleenex tissues around the house to spread Kleenex to help and comfort my family and others.
I was able to donate a few boxes of Kleenex to my son’s classroom. I’m sure they needed it after this nasty cold bug hit everyone last month! I’m able to offer tissues or get myself a tissue when a Kleenex moment suddenly happens.
Since the holiday season is fast approaching and our home will be filled with family and friends stocking up with Kleenex tissues is something that comes automatically. As much as I love a great deal I enjoy good quality over all.
Sam’s Club offers a great variety of Kleenex products for all your family.
If you aren’t familiar with my blog you should know that I as a money saving mami I enjoy what Sam’s Club offers for me and my family. Having a Sam’s Club membership is important to our family and it had helped us throughout our financial journey and family events.
Showing that you care doesn’t have be about sharing gifts or money, simply giving as little as a tissue to show someone you care will do the job. The benefits are immeasurable!
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