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Baby’s Bottom Dollar Sale

Join us for our HUGE spring 4 DAY SALE! 17,000 sqft of shopping space!! Bring your whole family as you shop! Family-friendly vendors with great giveaways… Free parking and free admission, always! ALL brands @ great prices! We prefer CASH, but take all other forms of payment except a check! See you there!

Wednesday: May 2nd; Pre-sale passes required to SHOP EARLY
11am-12pm. Public SHOP 12pm-7pm

Thursday: May 3rd; 10am-7pm

Friday: May 4th; 10am-7pm (Items marked Reduce are 25%off!)

Saturday: May 5th; 10am-7pm (Items marked Reduce are 50% off!)

Want to earn extra $$$ in one weekend? Sign up to consign!! Our average consignor check at our last sale was $300!!!
You don’t want to miss this sale!!


No ticket needed for the event open to the public Wed-Sat

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back to school

6 PMB Back to School Tips

It is that time of the year again: back to school! How many of us are ready for the routine to begin again? The early mornings, the school lunches, the drops offs and pick ups? The morning madness and the afternoon chaos? I have mixed feelings about it all, but I know it must be […]

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children's books

PMB Book Club: Kid-Friendly Books

Are you tired of reading the same children’s books to your kids? Those books that rhyme? Tell the same story? Are mass-produced and mass-marketed? If you are looking for books that are different, read on, I have a few suggestions below that I have found to be gems.  The Dog That Nino Didn’t Have by Anton […]

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The ABCs of Motherhood

Motherhood is different things to different people. It is also different things at different times to these same people. One minute a frustration, the other a burst of laughter. Missed sleep, lost toys, and money spent on things that end up in the trash. But every day and everywhere motherhood is a blessing, a joy, […]

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A Love Letter to My Children

Dear Children, This morning I think of you as I look about the kitchen. You are not here now, but there is evidence of you all around. Today there are more colorful additions to the normal food droppings that lie scattered on the floor. Construction paper hearts and colored pencil shavings accent the scrambled eggs. […]

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Set Time Limits on Technology with Screen

If your family is like mine, monitoring your kids’ screen time and media exposure throughout the week is a constant worry. With schools now utilizing technology like iPads more often, our kids are spending multiple hours looking at a screen every day. Learning time aside, they are sitting in front of television and playing video games in […]

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