Served “Family Style”
Country Fried Chicken AND Huber Honey Ham
Fried Biscuits and Apple Butter
Chicken & Dumplings, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Greenbeans and Corn
$1.50 for these grapes!!
Oh.my.goodness! These cookies are so soft and chewy -- wayyyyy better
than the Keebler Soft Batch ones (and for only $1.99). Seriously!! Check them out for yourself:
And these....well...have you ever had those Pepperidge Farm Pirouette wafers? These are quite similar - rich, chocolatey, delicate. Oh.My. For only $2.49!
This bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil was a great deal for $3.99. I have put off buying a new bottle forever just because I refused to pay $6 or $7 dollars for a tiny bottle.
This one is 16.5 oz of goodness!
So there you have it. I save a BUNCH of money by going to Aldi. Oh there is one other thing I forgot to mention. There are no baggers so you have to bag your own groceries. You can either bring in your own bags or purchase some from the cashier for 5 or 10 cents each. The good things is that there is a shelf the length of an entire wall where you can push your buggy to and take your time bagging your groceries. How neat!
I hope you will take Aldi into consideration the next time you want to save some money on your groceries. Or if you just need a bouquet of flowers to brighten up your dinner table (yep they have those too!)!
Now I do confess, I had to go to Walmart to get some other things on my list that Aldi did not have: hairspray, pop, cheese, etc. There are some things that you just cannot mess with when it comes to name-brand (Pepsi, Borden cheese). :)
He was only a couple of weeks old here...notice the bumper pad
No bumper pad (started rolling over at 3 weeks, so we were afraid he would roll next to the bumper pad and smother)
LOVE this glider and ottoman (Thanks Ann & Chas!)
Changing table/Dresser &
Name blocks (each letter has a scripture on the back - Thanks Holly!!)
I hope you have enjoyed your little nursery tour. Blessings on your week!