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May 10, 2013

Welcome to Pretty Prudent: The New Prudent Baby!

You may have noticed a few changes around here this week. See that lovely new header, hand painted by my beautiful partner and BFF, Jacinda?

Pretty Prudent: The New Prudent Baby

Prudent Baby has grown so much over the last four years (four years!), and so have our kids. We will always offer the same inspiration, tutorials, and DIY instruction for families, it’s our passion, but as our families grow, so do our interests and yours too we’ve heard. As we add more travel, style, entertaining and home decor content to the site (and to our lives) it made sense for our name to say it all. Jacinda likes to joke that we “dropped the Baby” but that’s just not funny, or true, because we will always have a soft spot (see what we did there?) for the little nuggets.

Pretty Prudent Book Jacinda Boneau Jaime Morrison Curtis

You don’t have to be a mama to want to learn how to block print fabric, or How to Ice a Cake, How to Make a Succulent WreathHow to Build a Pallet Daybed, or How to Quilt a Plus Sign Throw Pillow, right?


Plus Sign Quilt Square

So we decided to update our name to Pretty Prudent, both on our site and for our upcoming book, Pretty Prudent Home!

We hope you’ll stick around and see what’s to come. Have no doubt that the delicious baby content will continue, just nestled sweetly between Summer’s Perfect Champagne Cocktail recipe and Amazing Girlfriend Getaways, because that’s exactly how life should be, right?

We are excited to see what’s to come and we hope you are too!

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May 9, 2013

Moxie Jean Upscale Resale Shop: Giveaway Winner and 25% off* Storewide!

MoxieJean.com Giveaway
Today we are announcing our winner of the Moxie Jean giveaway and giving a little special something to you! Now through May 31, 2013, enter the coupon code Prudent25 for 25% off your purchases over $50. Free shipping everyday with orders of $50 or more, flat shipping of $5.95 below $50, and 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Summer wardrobe shopping, I think so.

MoxieJean.com Giveaway
I might not have a love for hunting down second-hand clothing, but I do have a passion for reusing awesome stuff, saving cash, dressing my kids in adorable clothing, and taking photos of them (I know, shocking) so I gave Moxie Jean a shot. With $50, I hit their well-organized and beautifully-styled shop of lightly used and brand-new clothing. While their assortment of boys clothing is equal to the girls, I couldn’t help but spend all my cash on pretty dresses (some even with the tags still on them.) They ranged from $6-$12 each and arrived in packaging worthy of a wedding gown. A flat box with nothing folded or wrinkled inside.moxie boys
If the awesome discounts weren’t enough, Moxie Jean keeps their selection fresh by adding new outfits Monday – Thursday. You can stay in the know by signing up for New Inventory Alerts that contain customized recommendations based on your past purchase history.

Keep reading to hear more and to find out who won the Moxie Jean giveaway…

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May 9, 2013

Tips, Tricks, and Crafty Mother’s Day Gifts


25 Mother’s Day Gifts for Crafty Ladies – I’m in love with that owl string holder.


Look and feel great with 25 Flattering Fashion Tricks for New Moms.


Summer vacation will be here before we know it. Don’t forget to jot down these 25 Tips for Perfect Packing for you and the family.


25 Totally Clever Gardening Tips and Tricks that will turn any black thumb green.

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