Career: Target

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Experiences at Target

I just had an awful experience at Target this past weekend. I was trying to return stuff I had gotten from my baby shower and spent an hour at the customer service desk trying to match gift reciepts with the items I was returning and then had over 10 items that I didn't have reciepts for that they would not let me return even for store credit!! I was told I could pick 2 (A YEAR) to get store credit for with my drivers license or I could exchange the items for like items of the exact same price from the same department! So bath stuff I...


Target Photo Studio

This is just a FYI for all the Mom that live in the Lewisville/Flower Mound...


Target Brand Diapers

We have been using Huggies Little movers exclusively for about 6 months. I...

Going Back to Work

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Target Brand of Formula

Has anyone had their baby on similac sensitive and switched to the target brand of sensitive? I'm just wondering if your baby adjusted well.


Target Brand Diapers

We have been using Huggies Little movers exclusively for about 6 months. I...

Maternity Leave

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Teacher Leaving for Maternity Leave: Gift?

Hi All, My daughter's teacher is leaving for maternity leave next week and will return in January, and I thought about giving her something but wasn't sure what to give, since it's the beginning of the school year we haven't had the chance to get to know her well to know her likes or dislikes. Any ideas? I can't get passed just a card.. lol... would a card be enough?


Work & Family Balance

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Striking a Balance Between Saving and Spending

Let me start by saying that I realize that this may not see like a “problem” to many of you especially in light of the last 12 months. Rather, I am trying to gain from your insight and experience on how to work together as a couple towards the same financial goals. I am looking for some ways to balance the importance of savings (emergency funds, retirement and college) while trying to live in the 21st century of impulse purchases in an increasingly materialistic society. I try to rebuff the keeping up with the Jones mentality but...