Monday, July 25, 2011

M&Ms, Orville Redenbacher Pop-Up Bowls, and Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules

To prepare for my trip to Walmart, which could be very very dangerous I made my list. Not that I stick to one but it makes me feel like I do!! I was proud that I finally stuck to a list. It was simple yes, but a very hard task for me.

I brought my son along with me on a very hot Saturday evening. We left around 5:30 and it was still 103 out! UGH!!!

Walmart was packed!!

We headed over the the snack isle to find the pop up bowls. In our Walmart things are never labeled right or in the right place but I was able to find the price for the kettle corn pop up bowls. $2.98 seems like a good price. Of course i forgot all my coupons at home.


We ended up with a box of regular pop corn and a box of kettle corn. Our Walmart only had these 2 varieties to choose from .

Next stop, candy isle!! This isle is my kids favorite. I never realized how many different types of M&M’s there are. Peanut, milk chocolate,almond, peanut butter,pretzel, dark chocolate,coconut, etc. I really wanted to try the coconut M&M’s but my Walmart didn’t have them.


2 bags of peanut and 2 bags of pretzel in the cart! We love M&M’s in our house but we aren’t really supposed to have them since Olivia is allergic to peanuts. We eat these after the girls are long in bed.

Since the Hubs has to work all weekend we decided to let Branden have his cousin sleepover Sunday so they could watch Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules and enjoy the goodies.

Kids were excited! My son loves peanut M&M’s and since they are a real treat here he ate the whole bag! Yep, the whole medium sized bag!!

My Walmart needs to be a little more organized and have the right sign in the right spot. Prices were not the same at the register. Maybe I’ll give them a call.

My son and I had a great time shopping for goodies for his sleepover with his cousin!

And he was soo glad that he got M&M’s!!

This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All Opinions are my own.

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