Family Friday: Monopoly Junior

This is my favorite of the Junior board games we’ve gotten so far — they did a really good job with this one. I love that we can encourage counting, because there’s no houses or hotels, and it’s only dollar bills, not 5s, 10s, etc. I always make my son count all of the money he wins at the end. It’s very easy, even for someone who’s a non-reader. All of the place names are cute and kid-friendly, like the Zoo and the Bowling Alley. Monopoly Junior moves quickly, and it’s a good, fun game — I highly recommend it. Monopoly Junior

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Budget Thursday: Charter Club Open-Front Cardigan

This very nice open-front cardigan is by Charter Club at Macy’s. If you like the very sleek, collarless, open-front cardigan look that seems to be in right now, this one seems like a good option. It’s hand washable and comes in sizes XS-XXL in six colors, and it’s on sale for $29.99. Charter Club Open-Front Cardigan

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Pink Blazer – Plus Too

This machine-wash, knit pink blazer at Zulily looks very shiny in the photos, but I expect it’s more like a typical jersey knit blazer. I haven’t seen a pink color like this anywhere else this season, and I like that this is very affordable at $30 and has lots of sizes. Pink Blazer – Plus Too

Here are a couple of options in plus sizes (that are dry clean, but not dry clean only). We also just rounded up five great blazers under $50 yesterday on Corporette!

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Accessory Tuesday: ‘Dilys’ Wedge Pump

This highly-rated shoe at Nordstrom is on sale from $129 to $96 (25% off). It looks like a great shoe for running around, either at the office or with the kids, and I like that it’s got 2.25″ covered heels. It seems very sleek, but comfortable as well. ‘Dilys’ Wedge Pump

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Maternity Monday: Twist-Front Bodycon Dress

I lived in dresses from Old Navy when I was pregnant! I liked that they were machine washable and that they had fun colors, and in general I was really happy with them. This one looks lovely, particularly if you’re bored to death of black or navy dresses. It’s only $34, and you can get a lot of wear out of it by adding neutrals like black or white and fun colors like green accents if you really want to go to town. There are lots of good maternity options at Old Navy right now, including this dress and this dress. Pictured: Maternity Twist-Front Bodycon Dress.

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Finally Friday: Medora Nina

These really cute shoes at Zappos are the kind of thing I buy to run around town on weekends with the kids — I have some from Fly London that are similar, and I also just got some from Eileen Fisher. For $69, this is a pretty good price, and this shoe has great reviews. I wish it weren’t so dark on the bottom, but it’s a pretty good choice, all things considered. Amazon has more color options than Zappos, some on sale and some not. This is a good option if you want something a little bit sleeker than a tennis shoe but not as flippy-floppy as a ballet flat. Clarks Medora Nina

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