Tips For Finding Designer Kids Clothing For Little Girls At A Discount Price

Do you have a little girl? Girls love dressing up, don’t they? There is so much beautiful designer clothing for kids on the market today. We admit, some of these clothes can be expensive and if you have more than one kid, the price can really add up. However, this does not mean you have to deprive your little girl of the best clothes. There are many ways to find designer kids clothes at a discount price. Below, we are going to give you some tips that you can use the next time you need to find something for your little girl.

Google Shopping is your Friend

You can use Google to find almost anything! Did you know Google has a neat shopping tool? Go ahead, type in what you are looking for (in this case, you’re looking for clothes for a little girl). If you are looking for dresses, type in “dresses for little girls” in the Google search search

and then click on the “shopping” tab.

On the left side, you can customize your search even more. You can choose to show only “in stock nearby” and “new items,” if you wish. You can also choose to only see items that are in a certain price range and if you scroll down, you will see that you can choose categories, brands and sellers.

The Google shopping tool is your friend when it comes to online shopping because it is a great way to find decent prices on all kinds of kids clothing, make sure you take advantage of it.

Make Sure You Compare Prices Before You Purchase a Dress

When you find a dress you like, go ahead and see if you can find it elsewhere at a better price. You can do this by taking the name of the dress and pasting it in Google search. You may also find other online kids clothing stores you would be interested in adding to your “online shopping list.”

The Local Thrift Stores

Of course, while there are many good deals to take advantage of on the Internet it doesn’t mean you can’t take your local business offline. Walk into the thrift stores in your area to see what type of kids clothes they have (you might find something for yourself as well).

Honestly, there is nothing wrong with buying used clothing, kids grow so fast you can probably find stuff that’s barely worn and you will be amazed with the brands, etc. you can find. You can find a $50.00 or more garment for a couple of bucks by going to a thrift store.

Above you have three handy tips you can use the next time you need to shop for clothes. Seriously, why settle for normal clothes when you can get the best designer clothes for your kids and at good prices? Go ahead and start looking for some new clothes today – you may be surprised with the good deals you can find out there and we know your little girl will be happy.

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This post was supplied by Mark, father of a 10 year old little girl.


5 Beauty Tips For Teenage Girls: Fact Verses Fiction

Author: Barisa Wyse

Some of the popular beauty tips for teenage girls are not based on any factual evidence but rather hearsay passed down from one generation to another. Often it is the mothers of teenage girls who feel that they are compelled to share beauty secrets with their young female offspring. Unfortunately some of these so-called beauty tips for teenage girls being shared by well-meaning moms are not based on any facts and in some cases may actually cause more harm than good. In this article we will take a look at some of these more popular time-tested beauty tips for teenage girls and tell you whether or not each is based more on fact than fiction.

Daily Hair Brushing For Healthy Hair

Have you been told that to have healthy hair you need to brush your hair vigorously, at least 100 strokes of the brush, at least once every day? This beauty tip was generally accepted as being true until very recently. Probably because any excessive brushing of the hair will stimulate the production of natural oils in the scalp leaving the hair looking shiny and healthy. Recent studies have shown that this type of excess hair brushing not only causes you to have a very oily scalp leading to plugged hair pores to hinder hair growth plus the action of the brushing alone can weaken hair follicles and enhance the chances of hair breakage. So the smart conclusion seems to be that this is one of those beauty tips for teenage girls which can actually cause more harm than good. Final verdict: Fiction

Too Much Sitting Causes Varicose Veins

Have you ever seen someone with dark blue veins running like a spider web up and down their legs and feet? If so, then you have seen what are called varicose veins. One of the often shared beauty tips for teenage girls states that these nasty looking veins are caused by sitting too much. In this case, we are dealing with a fact. Varicose veins are brought about by poor blood circulation which often happens when you are sitting for extended periods of time, and also if you happen to be standing in a certain spot for a long time. To help avoid varicose veins it is very important to be moving your body and stretching so that there is good blood circulation throughout your body, especially in the legs and feet. So avoid any situation where you are required to sit or stand for long periods of time and instead try to get up and walk around or if standing, then move from one spot to another to keep that blood flowing.

Trim Your Hair Makes It Grow Faster

Of all the beauty tips for teenage girls that we are going to look at, this may be one of the most common. Many girls will argue that this really works. Sadly you have cut your hair for nothing, as this does not work and is therefore fiction. Normal hair only grows at an average of one half an inch each month with any excess growth happening only during the summer months. Trimming your hair will not change this growth cycle of the hair and cause it to grow any faster. In fact the hair trimming is doing just the opposite, as once trimmed, instead of having the longer hair you are seeking in reality you now have shorter hair!

Toothpaste Is An Acne Cure

If you are like many teenage girls and struggle to deal with facial acne, your parent or someone else may have suggested the use of toothpaste as an acne cure for your face. Not only is this a fictional beauty tip for teenage girls, but is one beauty tip that may make your acne problem even worse. The fact is that toothpaste does nothing to help cure your facial acne problem and if this is not bad enough, the chemicals contained in the toothpaste may actually promote even more acne and in some cases even lead to scarring. So again, avoid the use of toothpaste and seek professional advice from a dermatologist about what products are safe and effective to use for your acne problem. After all, it is called toothpaste for a reason!

A Great Tan Equals Great Health

For many years both adults and teens believed that having a great suntan made you look healthy. Sadly there are still many people who believe this and even products being marketed that will try to fool you into thinking that excessive tanning is good for you. In fact there is lots of research that proves without a doubt that the idea of having a suntan to appear more healthy is false. Concentrated sun exposure often leads to skin cancers, some of which can be fatal to the victim. Recently even tanning beds have been shown to promote skin cancers in some users and there is a growing public demand for restrictions on who can visit sun tanning salons, much like regulating the sale of liquor. Obviously we all like to go outside, especially on a hot sunny day. No one is saying that you can not ever go outside or even go to the beach on a hot day. Rather you have to be much more careful now than in the past due to the harsher rays of the sun. Apply sun protection lotions prior to going outside and if you are planning to spend an extended amount of time in the sun, then use at least sun screen with a SPF rating of 30. Don’t forget to wear a hat to prevent a sun burn on your scalp and wear light clothing to help protect sensitive body parts such as your legs and arms should the lotion wear off. Many of you reading this may find that this is the most difficult one of the beauty tips for teenage girls to accept since we have all been subjected to so many advertisements over the years telling us how attractive looking a sun tan will make you look to the opposite sex.

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5 Lessons From Eddie Murphy’s Daddy Day Care That Fathers Can And Should Implement Immediately

By Rodney Kellum

It’s amazing how young children can find an older movie that you may have forgotten about, decide they like it, and play it over and over and over again.

My five year old son has done just that with Eddie Murphy’s Daddy Day Care. What’s really interesting is that when I first saw this movie I watched it through the eyes of a man without children. OH BUT NOT THIS TIME.

Now every time I watch this movie with my son, which is at least twice a week as of the time I am writing this. I pick up on the underlying messages of the movie which really motivate me as a Father and Entrepreneur (A.K.A. Fatherpreneur).

So I have taken the time to explain The 5 Lessons From Eddy Murphy’s Daddy Day Care That Fathers Can And Should Implement Immediately.

The Falsehood Of Corporate Security

Eddie Murphy’s character in this movie had a very important and time consuming career in product development. He routinely answered the call of his cell phone, and the never ending chimes of e-mail. Most men who have worked in the corporate world can relate to this.

But then IT happens (insert movie horror music). He and his very good buddy get laid off in a way that shocks Charlie (Eddie’s character) and his business partner Phil. Have any of you ever experienced this? (The writer of this post raises his hand).

Charlie has to instantly accept the reality that his employer had the power to discontinue the work that he had found his identity in. And it didn’t matter how much he emotionally invested. It didn’t matter what his financial obligations were. And it didn’t even matter that he had brought the company success in the past. So what’s next?

What Really Matters

All of Charlie’s time was no longer taken up by meetings, presentations, emails, and phone calls. So what does he do now? Well isn’t is obvious by the title? He got back to being Daddy. He got to read to his son at night, and even fell asleep in the bed with him. (And the crowd goes AWWWWW!!)

Now since this wasn’t the end of the movie, the importance of this quality time didn’t really smack him in the head just yet. But it did help him shift his focus towards home.

The Joy Of Being Present

So the Daddy’s Charlie and Phil decide to embark on the hilarious task of starting a Daddy Day Care. In which both of their children are attendees.

With a mixture of plenty of poop humor, costume play, sugar rushes, and sugar crashes, and of course NAP TIME. The Daddy Day Care takes shape. Now remember the scene I talked about earlier where Charlie read to and fell asleep his son. Well because of Charlie’s decision to start this home based business, he and his son got a whole lot more time together.

Side Bar: This is one of those points where the movie really began to talk to my own desires as a Fatherpreneur.

Charlie went from being an absentee Father due to his career, to being a present and engaged Father because of a business decision. Which leads me to the next and highly valuable point.

True Fulfillment

Since this is a family based comedy, plenty of hilarity ensues, along with the challenges of two very inexperienced men running a daycare, while competing with the big time private academy in town.

Throughout their journey they face surprise inspections, sabotage, and Charlie even faces the very difficult choice of going back to his old job.

Side Bar: To me this represents the struggle that many men go through everyday, when they leave their home and children.

But something amazing happens when he briefly decides to go back to the corporate world and quit his innovative Daddy Day Care. As he was in the board room being prompted to give a presentation by the very man that laid him off not to long ago.

IT finally smacks him in the head. The realization that the quality time he has been able to spend with his son is so priceless, that he abruptly excused himself, and quickly went to go retrieve his son from the dreaded Academy that he had been competing against. And made the BOLDstatement that Daddy Day Care was here to stay.

What You Can About Yourself From Your Children

As I watch this movie over and over again. I simultaneously watch my son. I observe what parts of the movie make him laugh, and realize I laugh at the same parts. I observe that he is drawn to this movie more than other more popular animated movies. I then realize that he already has the desire to be a Dad when he grows up, and this movie is speaking to a deep desire on the inside of him.

And guess what… So did I when I was his age. Watching my son learn and grow, highlights my own attributes that I am responsible for developing or correcting within him.

My son has such an amazingly large influence on how I go about my career, and how I have come to understand the value of time. I am so thankful that he’s been tough enough to endure my days of being an absent Father because of career choices. Yet loving enough to forget about my absence at the moments I came home. (Pauses to catch breath and not cry)

I hope that this post motivates another Father to decide that those he is most important too, deserve more of his time than anything else.

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God Bless

Rodney Kellum

A.K.A. The Fatherpreneur

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Empower and Uplift Your Child



By Cherrye S. Vasquez, Ph.D.

“Your mama is black!” the little girl meant it as a slur. It was true, the other little girl’s mother is black, but she didn’t take it as a slur–because her mother also held a doctoral degree, is a published author of half-a-dozen books, journals and diaries for children, and has dedicated herself to a life helping others. Her daughter could not be shamed, as her bully had intended. This time, the victim won the day.

Do you know what to do if your child becomes a victim of bullying? Does your child feel comfortable knowing what actions to take? Does your child know how to get help?

In this culture of ever-increased work hours for parents, over-crowded classrooms for teachers, and easy physical and digital bullying for students, should you also be asking, could your child ever be the bully? And if so, how would you handle this? Don’t get caught off guard, and don’t be surprised. Never say never! Study and observe your children. Sometimes they don’t need to realize you’re watching them. Remember, you’re the parent who will also be held accountable for your child’s actions. Children will be children, but we must teach them how to play fair and the importance of treating others the very same way they’d want to be treated. It’s our job!

The mistakes our children make, whether in class or online, can follow them for the rest of their lives, so it’ll behoove us to redirect their paths now. There’s no time to wait and the sooner the better. Bullying issues can decrease in our nation’s schools when we promote diversity awareness, allowing children to gain knowledge and learn about one another’s similarities and differences.

If your child is being bullied: It is increasingly important for children to express and affirm who they are, through voice and positive action. We should help promote healthy self-identity within our children. Your child will realize his/her uniqueness and learn not only his/her self-worth, but also the self-worth of others. Using positive self-affirmations and self-fulfilling prophecy techniques and tools are a few such skills that can be utilized.

Parents, Teachers, Librarians and Counselors — If the goal is for your children to have heightened, unbreakable self-esteem and self-confidence, you’ll want to search out materials and resources to help them with these efforts.

After instilling empowerment and other tools needed to armor your child, he/she will walk away with greater conviction for maintaining deep-seated inner-strength and authority for their lives. So much so, a bully would have a difficult time intimidating them.

So go ahead: Get started today utilizing tools that will help off-set negative bullying behaviors. Together, we must end bullying.

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Do Teenage Girls Dress Appropriately?

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By Ross McDonald

It has come to my attention that some teenage girls are so caught up in looking good, increasing their social status and attracting boys that they put their own welfare at risk.

How do I know this?

Because I work with teenagers and cannot believe the kind of dresses that theses kids wear when they go out to parties and clubs.

This sad fact really started to hit home when, a few weeks back at work, I noticed a 14 year old kid wearing something that would look much more appropriate on a Bond girl.

I have never been blessed with children of my own.

But as someone who has a teenaged niece I pray to God that she does not flaunt herself like some of the young girls that I work with.

Because sooner or later these young ladies are going to find themselves crossing paths with the less desirable members of society. Add into the equation that maybe one of these young girls has been left alone by a love struck friend whom has deserted them, and the potential for harassment and physical and sexual assault magnifies exponentially.

It also amazes me that some teenage girls wear barely any clothing during the winter. Thus it not only puts them at risk of being noticed by a sex offender; it also increases their chances of falling ill with a common cold or perhaps something much worse.

So it begs the question: What kind of parents do these children have?

Are these people too self involved to police their own offspring’s behavior?

Are they single parents that let their children get away with anything because they cannot be bothered making the effort without their significant other backing them up?

Or do these people have substance abuse issues that prevent them from being good role models?

The worst thing that anybody can do is make an assumption about someone’s parenting abilities without knowing the facts. Having never been a father myself, I am the last person to make any type of judgement.

Still, I wonder what said parent’s reaction would be if they received a phone call from the hospital telling them that their child had just been assaulted?

Would these parents still be able to look themselves in the mirror knowing that their child is suffering because of a lesson that THEY refused to teach?

I know that if I was parent there is no way in Hell that I would allow my daughters to leave the house dressed like they were strippers.

Even if they yelled and screamed at me, I would rather take their abuse then see them be abused by some pathetic individual who treats women like whores.

Plus I would point out to my children that teenage girls flaunting their bodies is actually doing nothing to improve their chances of finding Mr. Right. This is because most guys who see girls dressed up with more than half of their anatomy showing will only view them as one night stands; whereas a young woman who is dressed more appropriately has a much greater chance of discovering a long term partner.

As someone who cares about the welfare of the kids that I work with, it concerns me to know that some of these young adults could be potentially ruining their lives in the name of fashion, love and status.

Here’s hoping that all the teenage girls of the world heed the warning of this article and dress to impress the right person instead of the wrong one.

If you want to see the ugly side of what happens when a teenage girl experiences every female’s worst nightmare,then check this out.

It might just be the wake up call that some people need.

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