When my dad & step-mom were here we went to good ol’ Walmart so they could “spoil” the kids a bit with some things they needed & wanted. I was so grateful because they all needed shoes. Literally- every pair they received for Christmas & recently again in April when my mom came with new shoes for them- ALL WERE OUTGROWN. I was so bummed- they still look brand new. A couple pair only worn maybe 3 times at best. So when my dad offered to pick up the tab on new tennis shoes & sandals for all 3 of them I WAS THRILLED. Plus- he let them choose whatever they wanted. Here I was looking at prices & trying to steer them in one direction or another based on price & he quickly put a stop to that & let them have what they really wanted. I was so grateful! Saved me a good chunk of cash. THANKS DAD!
Pieces of Sunshine says
The fruit pops look so delicious! Made with fesh fruit too. Sounds like your dad and step-mom enjoy treating you – makes for wonderful (and useful) memories.
So sweet! I want one like NOW! xo
so much fun! sounds like you have the best parents (shoes are so darn expensive – I just outfitted my three in sandals and new sneaks- OUCH)!
Tamar SB says
How generous!! Love those popsicle molds and they sound tasty!
Melissa Bliss Rich says
How awesome!! I bet the kids had so much fun shopping. And I love those pops. I really need some new molds. Those are so colorful and fun. Love that!
These look absolutely amazing!!!!! Definitely pin worth. 🙂
The popsicles bring back memories of when I was a kid!
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Cropped Stories says
Oh so yummy! Nothing better than home made fruit pops! I have to make these for my little one!
I really love the use of the brown paper. It gives it a great texture and added touch.
Yum! These look delicious!
Your Dad & step-mum really know how to spoil and bless their family 🙂
They look delicious!
Kim C. says
These are lovely! I love the Popsicle “sticks”.