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Kraft Will Pay For Moms To Get A Babysitter On Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is just days away and this year, Kraft wants to help make sure moms out there get to spend the day any way they like. So they’re giving them the ultimate Mother’s Day gift: free babysitting.
The mac and cheese making company is offering to pay for a babysitter so moms can do whatever their heart desires on their special holiday. Spend it brunching with besties, going to the movies, or just sitting in the car in total silence to get your alone time - whatever you want to do, Kraft will cover your babysitter costs - up to $100!
Kraft wants to give mothers the “gift of not being needed” for the day and if that all sounds too good to be true, you’re probably asking, “What’s the catch?” But this time, there doesn’t seem to be one. According toKraft’s dedicated website for the promotion,it’s this easy:
- Step 1: Get yourself a babysitter on Mother’s Day.
- Step 2: On Mother’s Day, come back to their site and submit your receipt for childcare and Kraft will cover up to $100 of your babysitter bill. Then just sit back and wait for them to send you a check to reimburse you for the sitter.
Walmart Raising Age To Buy Tobacco Products- Kids are going to have a tougher time trying to get smokes… and that’s the point.
Walmart will be raising the age to buy tobacco products at its stores to 21 starting July 1st. In a letter to the Food and Drug Administration, the giant retailer said they would also stop selling fruit and dessert-flavored e-cigarettes altogether. Rite Aid and Walgreens have already stated they are increasing the age to buy tobacco products to 21.
The reason for the push is the sheer numbers of teens smoking and /or vaping.
Facebook Post Leads To Return Of Wedding Ring Lost 11 Years Ago
Devyn Greerwas walking on Huntington Beach in California when she saw something shiny in the sand. The teen found a big diamond ring and wasn’t sure what to do with it. She showed her mom, who posted about it to a local Facebook group to see if anyone lost it.Zuly Schobersaw that post and was excited by the slim possibility it could be her wedding ring, which she lost on that beach 11 years earlier.
Zuly figured she wasn’t ever going to see her ring again, but she thought she didn’t have anything to lose, so she reached out to Devyn’s mom on Facebook, sending her a photo of her ring for confirmation. She was thrilled to hear back and find out it was her long lost jewelry. Zuly now has her sparkler back and even met Devyn in person to thank her for returning it.
Officer Steps Up When Lonely Six-Year-Old Boy Calls 911 Looking For Friend
We teach kids to look for law enforcement if they need help or are in trouble and one boy in Tallahassee, Florida did just that when he called 911 for his “emergency”: he wanted a friend. The Tallahassee Police Department shared the story onFacebook, explaining that a six-year-old boy called 911 because he was upset and lonely and said he wanted a friend.
OfficerJoe Whiteresponded to the call and could’ve scolded the kid for misusing emergency services, but instead he told him he would be happy to be his friend. He also took the time to explain to the boy how 911 works and that it’s only for emergencies. The little tyke got a tour of his new buddy’s police car and Officer White gave him a stuffed animal. The department writes, “Now he has a friend at the Tallahassee Police Department.”