The BEST Deal on Chicken – EVER?! + Large Family Grocery Haul & Meal Plan! | 5/30/16


– Hey friends. So it’s another, bright
light out here, another grocery shopping day
at Aldi and we’re gonna go see what kind of deals
we can pull together here today and we’ll just walk
on into the store together. So we’ve got vine tomatoes are marked down to a dollar 29 for a bunch of them, Dave and I like these,
guess we’ll get two of them. And cantaloupe is only
a dollar 39 for one, so we got four. And real quick they
have boneless, skinless chicken breasts marked down to only a dollar 49 a pound this week. So I don’t know, I think
I got six or seven packs, but here’s the price. And I asked the manager
and they said that’s all they had in our
store, so I don’t know, it’s probably not a national deal. But at least at my Aldi today they it, I was able to stock up. So guys, I ended up
getting out of Aldi today for 198 dollars. I spent more than my hauls
over the last few weeks, however I got an amazing deal on that boneless, skinless chicken breast. To pick that up for only
a dollar 49 a pound, haven’t added up how many
pounds I got exactly. I know I got like six or seven packs and I think it was five or
six pounds a pack so I was able to really
stock up on chicken that we’re gonna use in a
whole lot of great recipes for, it’s probably enough chicken for the next month or more. Coming up on this week’s
meal plan, I’m gonna do a chicken broccoli rice casserole. I’m gonna do a stir fry. Now I was gonna get beef
for the stir fry for my large family style stir fry. However with this chicken deal, we’re having chicken stir fry. I’m also gonna do an egg
and cheddar and bacon bake. I’m also doing chicken noodle
soup in the slow cooker with some sandwiches on the side. And then coming up for
the following weekend, we’re gonna have a big two day hard shell soft shell and taco salad taco weekend. So that’s our meal plan,
I’ll give you more details and the links on all of that down in the description below. And now we’re gonna take all this home and I’m gonna unload it and do a
full price breakdown for you. Hey guys we are back and
I got everything unloaded to go over this haul with you. Just to recap real quick,
baby Daniel is behind me. You can keep going with your job, sweetie. Baby Daniel’s behind me,
he’s eating his bananas. Oh yes, he’s gonna talk to us again. Eating his bananas and his
cheerios, we got a lot of life going on right now. So, some of the kids are watching a show with my husband so I can film this. Some of the kids are
doing jobs, it has been super, super busy. If you remember from
last week’s grocery haul and meal plan, which I’ll
pop up a card here for you, I left a few of the days
towards the end of the week kinda open and freeform
cause I knew we had family coming in from out of state. We also, we did a big trip up
to the National Zoo yesterday for Gabriel’s seventh birthday. And now tonight we’re
going to a bonfire and a barbecue over at a friend’s house and they’re gonna have slip
and slide and water guns and all those fun things, too. So, I’m gonna go over
this grocery haul with you but you will probably see
some kids carrying laundry or standing on their
head or doing cartwheels or something exciting. So, let me just go over this with you. So, this week at Aldi. I got eight gallons of milk,
cause we were totally out. Milk was a dollar 83 a gallon. Eggs again were still
59 cents a dozen, and I got 10 dozen again. Now, a few of you have asked me if my Aldi has any limits, you know, some Aldi’s you can only get four gallons
of milk or two gallons, depending on the price. Some limit the amount
of eggs per household. So far my Aldi has not put a limit in it. But you know they may start to limit me, they may say hey, you mom of
a large and growing family, you can only get four dozen
eggs here a week or something. I don’t know, it hasn’t happened yet. So I’m just enjoying the savings
while it’s in front of me. So I also got two packs of mild cheddar. Also with the cheese, the blocks of cheese it was a dollar 69 for eight ounces. Or it was two 99 for 16 ounces. So it was actually
cheaper for me to go ahead and get the cheese that
was already shredded there. Yes, I need to get back
to my local Sharp Shopper. Also, if you’ve followed
my Sharp Shopper hauls, there I can usually get huge
like 18 pound rolls of cheese or however many pounds it is. I get cheese there for a
good deal, I get yogurt there for a good deal. I get brown rice there for a good deal. And like today at Aldi,
I had to get, I’ll jump over here and show you
since I’m rabbit trailing. The only kind of brown rice they had was this instant brown rice. Now this was only a dollar 49 a box and I ended up getting four boxes
because one of the meals this week is we’re gonna do
our large family stir fry. We’re doing chicken stir fry and I just am used to using brown rice,
so I’m gonna try this but hopefully here in the next week or so, I can get a large Sharp
Shopper haul in and get a 30 pound bag of brown
rice and a 30 pound bag of oatmeal however they have it bagged. And load up on some other
things, so I just like to grab my savings where I can. I also got two tubs of cottage cheese. A regular 20 pounds of
bananas, bananas were 44 cents a pound today still. Little thing of cheap spread. I got three packs of apples, these apples were 2.99 a bag. The tomatoes today were marked
down to a dollar 29 a bag. If I get off on any of my prices down in the description below,
click my link to my complete receipt breakdown and my
meal plan for this week. Also I got a little pack of blackberries, little pack of raspberries. The only reason I got these small packs is again, the barbecue we’re going tonight, we’re
gonna take some fruit. I also got four packs of strawberries. A nice big pack of peppers, this was 2.99 cantaloupes this week were marked down to a dollar 39 a cantaloupe, so I got four. Different recipes this week, I’m gonna use frozen vegetables. Whenever we do our cheese and
chicken broccoli casserole, this, I’m gonna use this steamed broccoli. We’re gonna also, I’m gonna use this bag of California melody vegetables,
and this pack of peas and this corn in the stir fry. I’m also gonna do chicken
noodle soup in the slow cooker. And I’ll mix in a little
bit of these veggies, I’ll probably save just
a little to go into that. These packs of sweet
onions were only 69 cents. So I got two packs. I got a thing of green
onion again, I got a bag of carrots again to shred in the stir fry. Also to put in the slow
cooker chicken noodle soup. And then over here some convenience items. I got five boxes of cereal. We’ve got cinnamon crunch
squares, crispy oats. Daniel, Mr. Daniel, oh
you’re out of those. Do you want more? Do you want more? We will, we will waddle over
and give Daniel some more. So we can keep camming. Oh, oh, yes, yes, yes. Let’s get you. Yummy Daniel. Is that good? Is it yummy to my tummy? Yummy to my tummy. Daniel’s little teeth like those cheerios. Okay. And then we got, I got
another thing of oatmeal. I got four boxes again of
this instant brown rice. I have no idea. And I would, I much rather would get it in the bulk bag. Also, on next weekend we’re gonna do our large family weekend tacos and so I got some various, got black beans,
I got great northern beans. And I got pinto beans. I probably will not use all of these cans, but I got them just to have them. These were 59 cents a
can and these pinto beans were a dollar 19 a can. I also got two things of chicken broth, I believe this was a dollar 39. And I got this to get me going with the homemade chicken noodle soup. Totally out of peanut butter and jelly. So we got two things of jelly,
two things of peanut butter. So we can get some of those peanut butter and jellies for the freezer done. Now, excuse my dishes in
my sink, that’s part of a busy Saturday here. Okay, chicken deal. Now they did not have a limit on how many chickens, chicken packs I could get. As I mentioned earlier,
I asked the manager and he said all they had
out was what they had in our store, so it’s probably just a local manager’s deal. But I liked to see that they have this so, I got boneless, skinless chicken breasts for a dollar 49 a pound. I added it up, I got about 24 pounds. And so I’m just gonna use
this in many chicken recipes in the coming weeks. On my, for my grocery
budget today, and on my grocery list today, I
was going to just get one pack of chicken. And then I was gonna get either some steak or some pork for our stir fry. And then this big pack
of ground beef for tacos, but when I ran into this
chicken deal, I just scooched that meat
money over in my budget. And I decided to plan ahead and stock up on all of this wonderful chicken. Because I have never
seen boneless, skinless chicken breasts for a dollar 49 a pound. You know I about hyperventilated. Got two packs of bacon. Because one night I’m gonna
do eggs, cheese, and bacon bake in the oven. And I’ll probably only use one of those, one of these for that
and then the other one can go with a breakfast. Just two quick bags of pretzels. Also, the only household
item I got for this week we’re getting low on diapers
and baby wipes and such. I got enough diapers for
this week, but I knew I needed some baby wipes. This pack of baby wipes
was only 3.49, again, I about hyperventilated. I just love to save. So I got that and I’ll do a video shortly stocking up on toiletries and
things for the coming month. Okay, I got seven loaves of bread. Bread was 99 cents, hallelujah. I got two packs of soft tortillas for soft tacos for next weekend. And I got six packs of taco shells. These taco shells were only 89 cents. So, for this week, I spent 198 dollars. Of course, that’s more than I’ve spent in the previous weeks at Aldi’s. But this is actually a
meal planned for about the next, let me count here, about the next eight to nine days. So. Oh, are you out of cheerios? But this is actually a meal plan for. I swear this baby, he starts making noises when I’m talking. What you think? What? He knows I’m talking to my camera. Daniel. Now let’s see, I’m gonna try again. Oh, okay, I’m gonna look
at the camera and talk. Let’s see if you make a noise. This is actually, hi. This is actually a meal plan for the next eight to nine days. So a little more than a standard week. We also got some extra items to chip in for that barbecue tonight. And I stocked up, I got
about a month’s worth of boneless, skinless chicken breasts for my recipes for the month of June. So I would say it was a fantastic
week of savings at Aldi. If you’re new here, this
is only my fourth time going to an Aldi, so I’m
like a kid at a candy store. Ha ha. I’m just so excited at the
savings that I’m finding. I do hope to do some
more stocking up though in those coming weeks. He’s smiling at me. Also, another new thing
is I have a brand new family favorites recipe
binder that I created, that is available over on the encouraging homeschool mom dot com. You’ll see it again in the
post that’s linked below. I had it recently in a bundle sale. And some moms have wrote
me and wanted to know where they can find it. I finally have it up on the site. So you can go over there
and take a look at it and purchase it if you’re interested. It’s 6.99 and it’s a binder kit. It helps you create a
binder to organize and store and come up with a systematic plan for your family’s favorite recipes. I will share shortly
when I, I will go through the steps of printing
it out and creating one and I’ll do a video just on
the family favorites binder. But you know it takes me a
little bit to get things done around here, I tell you. So for now, you can at least go over there and take a look at it. In the bottom of this week’s meal plan and grocery haul. And let me think, any other
important announcements? I can’t think of anything right now. Anything else I could possibly think of, I will share over on Instagram. Be sure to follow me there and on the encouraging homeschool mom on Facebook, and please sign up for my newsletter. In case everything else
crashes, I can talk to you then. So I will see you next time friends with another brand new video. God bless you. And you have a fantastic day. Bye bye.

99 comments on “The BEST Deal on Chicken – EVER?! + Large Family Grocery Haul & Meal Plan! | 5/30/16”

  1. coupon gal says:

    God bless you as well. Daniel is growing fast he knows what you are doing smart little man. Aldi rocks love to shop their I do a weeks worth for 5. Get the app they show the sells weekly. Blessings and Happy Memorial day…

  2. Blocks In Motion says:

    Really enjoying your Vlogs. We are a family of three in Canada and I must say I'm very jealous of the low prices! Food costs here are so high even though I shop the deals and meal plan πŸ˜€

  3. Cookie Crumb Fun says:

    Was that your Mom at Aldi with you and your boys? Amelia looks just like her.

    What an amazing deal on those chicken breasts. God is so good to give that to you. We found chicken breasts one day for $1.19 a pound. It was an in store manager special. We grabbed many pounds and they lasted over a month.

    Everytime I watch an Aldi haul from you it makes me miss Aldi so much more. It really is a wonderful money saving shopping store. So thankful for all the years of saving money there. Thank you for this encouraging video!

    Have a fabulous homeschool week.

    How about a Day in the life video? it has been a while.

  4. Shari Newman says:

    Have you ever bought extra veggies and froze them

  5. Ashlea G says:

    I absolutely love your videos. I'm currently on a binge watch of them!!! You're so inspiring and your videos are such great quality. Love it!!πŸ’—

  6. emmy snowwhite says:

    loool i think that Daniel is jealous of us,he has such a beautiful baby faceβ™₯β™₯β™₯β™₯

  7. Mia Azzopardi says:

    Hi , I love to watch your videos on a regular basis , but there is one thing I wish to see. I would love for you to do an introduction to your family because I don't know how old all the kids are and what there called. I would love to know this . Thanks. Continue the fantastic videos!!!

  8. Jordyn Marie says:

    Our milk is a minimum $5 here in BC.

  9. Alessandra Jennings says:

    I love your channel. It's so encouraging. This is really a feel good, wholesome channel. I watch it to relax and gather ideas, lol.

  10. Cierra H says:

    Is it cheaper to buy a lot of smaller sized items from Aldi versus bulk from Costco?

  11. MsCherylB183 says:

    The chicken…. What a bargain!!!!

  12. HardyWeeed says:

    I love hearing that sweet baby!!

  13. Eyes on u Kimberly says:

    The meal plan sounds Delicious.

  14. HSavage says:

    These videos are so interesting to me even though I'm single and living with my parents πŸ˜‚ lol
    I'd like to see a video or post on the bacon bake. Sounds delicious xo

  15. Chasity Reynolds says:

    Aldi is such a huge blessing for our budget. The quality is great and the prices are awesome.

  16. kateymateymusic1 says:

    We love Aldi here in Australia. I heard on the radio today that they have now overtaken our 2 major supermarket chains in sales. I'm glad because they have awesome pricing!

  17. Trisha Gravitt says:

    Aldi is my favorite grocery store. Over the past year it has saved me a lot of money! Love to see and hear baby Daniel. I think He was teasing Mommy about talking to her camera!

  18. Stephanie Preston says:

    One thing I've heard employees at our aldi say is that they can't get for from the back for customers, its only what they have out front. They may be why they didn't get more chicken out?

  19. loves to bake says:

    love to yall from Texas..we love Aldi too..great haul and sweet baby Daniel β™‘β™‘β™‘β™‘ thank you for sharing God bless you and yours!!!!

  20. Sharyn h says:

    Do you trim and wash chicken then freeze it? Or just pop into the freezer?

  21. Find Joy in the Journey says:

    Maybe if you look at Daniel while you are talking to us ?? Lol!! πŸ˜€

  22. ClΓ‘udia Nunes says:

    Seems like Aldi carries pretty much the european prices, at least they kinda matches the prices we get in my country but I'm not sure.

  23. Blessed Mama Hen says:

    Are you still ordering from Amazon?

  24. N S says:

    I live in Illinois and we also have chicken recast for $1.49 lbs. also if you want to see deals in your local Aldi for current or even next week, you can do it to
    https://www.aldi.us/en/weekly-specials/our-weekly-ads/
    and check all specials in Aldi.
    Love your videos, you are amazing mom and person! God bless your family!

  25. lyricann36 says:

    The chicken breasts were $1.49 lb at our local Aldi in Oklahoma πŸ™‚

  26. dm 0713 says:

    The best deal I've ever gotten for boneless, skinless chicken is 59 cents a pound at Kroger!

  27. Shar Frederick says:

    They have that chicken at my Aldi for that price all the time, just so you know. Im lucky, i bought 15 of them-

  28. Green Giant says:

    Awesome deals! Thanks for sharing!!! 😊

  29. Simply Sasha says:

    Our aldi used to limit per customer but they stopped that here. They did set a limit on buns & lean beef this week but because they had limited stock. Usually limits are per customer so you can have one of the older kids buy half of what you need behind you. Just an idea if that happens in the future and you really need a larger amount ha ha Baby Daniel talking is adorable.

  30. Alice Lewis says:

    GOOD DEAL ON THE CHICKEN WHEN YOU FIND IT CHEAP STOCK UP ON IT. LOVE BABY Daniel.

  31. Fawn Petitt says:

    not sure exactly where your from and i know you have said it in previous vlogs but i have what i call mom mush brain lol but with the baby wipes in my area we have a family dollar store and they always have great deals on wipes and baby products not only on their store brand version but also on name brands but i personal started using their store brand and have not turned back considering i was honestly a brand snob until i had my last two babies less then a yr apart but long story short i can usually get wipes a dollar a piece and diapers are also cheap plus every Saturday they have an awesome deal coupons 5$ off 25$ spent so for me its buying diapers and getting wipes free lol hopefully you have a family Dollar or your walmart will price match all you need is a sale paper i would not mind maling you one πŸ˜‰

  32. Nathalie Magnus says:

    Seems food in the US is ridiculously cheap o.O

  33. Janet says:

    I just love how personable you are Jamerrill. πŸ™‚ I am a homeschooling mama to 11 children so I can relate to many of the things you talk about, etc. I do have a random question maybe you can give me some help with….. what type of printer do you recommend? I seem to always… always end up with a bum printer. Something goes wrong with the feed/roller thingy or whatever. It never fails. πŸ™‚ I am very eclectic in my homeschooling as well so a printer is a must! Any advice on that would be appreciated! Hugs from Janet in Texas πŸ™‚

  34. Liz Lane says:

    Just got back from Aldi ! You are getting some awesome deals! Our Aldi eggs are 99 cents a dozen with a limit of 4–however that is still a great price for around here! And our milk is a bit more, too. But Aldi has such great prices, I am thankful!! Baby Daniel's talking is precious in the background! I am so encouraged by your videos! Thanks a bunch! Hope you are having a beautiful start to your summer! Blessings,
    Liz in PA

  35. Kayla Germann says:

    When will you do a house tour of the kids rooms

  36. Ashley Anderson says:

    Hi! New subscriber here! I live in southern va so I think you're a nearby neighbor! 😊 I love your videos and I was curious- where did you get those lovely window hangings? Thanks for making such great videos, God bless you and your family!

  37. Emily R says:

    Great video thanks for sharing! 😊

  38. Whitney Michelle says:

    ….. just curious, why are you "waddling"?
    You haven't NOT announced something SUPER special have you? πŸ˜‰

  39. Kristin Fitzgerald says:

    My husband and I just recently discovered WinCo and they have boneless skinless breasts for $1.29/pound!!!! The closest one to us is about 20 minutes away without traffic but they are building one around the corner from us.

  40. Mama Jenn says:

    Awesome chicken find!!! Makes me want to go back to the East Coast just to stock up! lol.
    I found some b/s chicken on clearance for $1.79/lb. But there was only two at that priceπŸ˜₯.
    Anyways, another great haul! Hope you have a blessed day!

  41. Myrhilde says:

    Just out of curiosity … How many chicken breasts do you use for one meal for your large family? We are only five, and I have a feeling we make too much food, or at least use too much meatπŸ˜‰

  42. Ktbb says:

    do you you use cloth diapers at all?

  43. Kathryn Fearn says:

    your amazing <3

  44. Angelys LeForce says:

    What a deal! Nice work!

  45. AmbersFamilyof4 says:

    I would love to see your chicken noodle soup recipe.

  46. bonnie berry says:

    Our milk is 5.66 for about a gallon…scandalous!!!

  47. Teresa Snell says:

    I love Aldi! You should also check out Zaycon and Bountifulbaskets.org!

  48. The Former Mrs Jones says:

    I sure do love your grocery hauls! πŸ™‚

  49. Sherri Martinez says:

    I think the chicken is 1.49 nationwide. It was at my Aldi too. They run the add a out every six weeks or so.

  50. Whitney Sews says:

    Just so you know, Wednesday is special meat day and each week they have some sort of meat deal. A few months ago I bought 6 packs and precooked it all and bagged into portions that work for our family (2 adults, 1 kid) so it's easy to grab from the freezer and use while I'm recovering from csection with baby #2.

  51. Donna Smith says:

    I am in Southwestern VA and we got an Aldi about 4 months ago. Just keep an eye on the chicken deal price, I have seen it at 1.49 a pound a couple times over the past couple of months. It is a great deal and I stock up as well. I have not seen the eggs for .59 yet, but I will keep looking. I love Aldi as well. And your videos.

  52. Catrina Moncrief says:

    My Aldi's here in South Carolina has the same sale on chicken

  53. Mrs AIC says:

    would love to see the egg bacon cheese bake and the cheese broccoli chicken

  54. enlightenedbygrace4U says:

    I love baking the chicken with a little Mrs. Dash and dice it up and plop over a green salad.

  55. Decent Humans says:

    Great channel! So glad we found you! We just had a little decent human and can't wait to watch more.

  56. Sasha Hatchell says:

    not shore if you are aware bit you can put the bub from the green onion in water and they will keep growing and you wont have to buy it as much

  57. Myko Myko says:

    Daniel is so cute!!!!!

  58. Myko Myko says:

    I love my Aldi's,! They had $10 off $40 coupon this past ad

  59. Tressa's Stay at Home Life says:

    I love your videos!! I have a small family but I still learn bunches from you and your family!! Thanks for all your do!!

  60. Violet Baker says:

    I'm in central NC and our local Aldi is just slightly higher than yours, but still a great savings. I'm excited to check out the binder kit.

  61. Donna Dorrell says:

    I had to deal with stores doing limits all the time. Send the kids in, good way for them to learn how to shop.

  62. Jana Yost says:

    I would love to see how you make your stir fry!! πŸ™‚

  63. Angelica Saylor says:

    I love you meal plans. I think I'm going to start following it and fix the same things. just a week behind.. πŸ™‚

  64. Craft Corner with Esther C says:

    That is a great deal on chicken πŸ™‚

  65. Mita says:

    Great chicken deal! Our Kroger has drumsticks for 69 cents a pound and I'm stocking up!

  66. Kathy Germack says:

    You remind me so much of Michelle Duggar!!! YES, I do like her.

  67. Owlie hod says:

    love these hauls

  68. Morgan Adams says:

    Check out Zaycon foods for meat

  69. Iheart2cook says:

    I love your hauls, Jamerrill!! Awesome deal on the chicken. TFS!!

  70. Kellie Long says:

    How do you store the extra milk and eggs? Thank you in advance for your help.

  71. Emliy Chu says:

    I though Gabriel and Liam were twins…also I love you're videos!!!

  72. Debbie Dohse says:

    yes love aldis prices years ago like 15 or so they were really cheap its unreal how cheap they are and eggs and milk have finally come down to normal lol especially the eggsand you get in there and get out soonerbecause its smallbut dont know why they keep remoldilngand the fruits and veggiesare not kept coldlike strawberriesdrip on the floor

  73. Nicole Solomon says:

    Where do you live. Where I live things cost 3 or 4 times that😏

  74. Kelly Cole says:

    We don't have Aldi in my area. We do have a Save-a-lot but it seems like their Β stuff is always on the verge of expiration. Ill have to check out an Aldi's at some point. πŸ™‚

  75. Mymartinez 38 says:

    A friend of mine went on a job interview at corporate

  76. Bertha Ruda says:

    unfortunately we don't have an aldi's in our area however I really love watching yout shopping hauls and you give me meal ideas πŸ™‚ thank you and god bless

  77. Bertha Ruda says:

    I love chicken breast with broccol garlic onionsi and oyster sauce its delicious πŸ™‚

  78. Bertha Ruda says:

    I love chicken breast with broccol garlic onionsi and oyster sauce its delicious πŸ™‚

  79. Shelbie Leigh says:

    Jamerrill, you have seriously changed the way my family eats! I have tried the majority of your crock pot recipes and started meal planning (and shopping at Aldi's!)
    Just wanted to let you know how inspirational you've been to me. my daughter turns 4 August 21st, just missing the age cut off in my state for preschool. I've found so much info on homeschooling her, we are starting very slowly.

  80. Kimberly Hensley says:

    How do u cook ur Homemade chicken noodles soup?

  81. R L says:

    I'm loving the amount of money you spend each month rather than spending much more!

  82. Melissa Fitzpatrick says:

    Hello! I'm new to your channel. I love your mountain views. I used to live near the Roanoke area but recently moved. πŸ˜₯ Thank you for your videos.

  83. Daisy D says:

    Did you do a video on your first trip to Aldi? I wish there was one in our area.

  84. Liberty Pierce says:

    I cannot believe how CHEAP food runs in your area!!! I have watched a few of your videos now and am just stunned at the price of food for you. If ONLY we had that out here! I feel like food is so very expensive here, even buying store brands and all fresh – it is ridiculous!

  85. Randi Kiefer says:

    We love Aldi! I would say though don't buy the preshredded mozzarella. It doesn't melt well for pizza, baked spaghetti, etc. The blocks work great, so it must be what they use to keep it from sticking together.

  86. Kathy Germack says:

    I sure wish we had a Smart Shopper in Ohio!!!!! LOVE Aldi tho!! tfs

  87. Anete Konjo says:

    I love how you talk to Daniel, so adorable…

  88. Ajms s says:

    I love your videos!

  89. Shiv Carver says:

    love your vids , your such a great soul. big loves from the UK x

  90. Gabriela Richardson says:

    I tried to subscribe to the family meal planner and it's not letting me. I love watching your videos and how you manage to get everything done with all the kids. I only have 2 and they are 21 months and 7 months. Thank you for sharing with us.

  91. Camille Coopersmith says:

    Maybe you need to inspire me to do large shopping trip

  92. AMANDA TIJERINA says:

    Baby Daniel is so precious!

  93. Francheska White says:

    I was able to get boneless skinless chicken breasts 2 weeks ago in Los angels for .89 😱 at Ralph's

  94. Pam Hall says:

    I am curious as to how long does it take you for a grocery haul?πŸ˜ƒ

  95. janice jop says:

    Thank you so much for making these videos, they are very encouraging and motivating!! Many blessings to you and your family πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

  96. Jessica V says:

    Don't you just love Aldi deals!? I went two days ago and they had the 3 pack of colored bell peppers, which here in the midwest usually cost about $1.50 and up per pepper, and they had the 3 pack for $1.69!! I bought 5! What a deal!! πŸ™‚ I put 3 packs in the freezer and the other two we are snacking on for lunches this week. I love watching you and your family, Jamerill! You are always so cheerful, encouraging, sweet, and inspiring. I don't have any kiddos, but you inspire me to take better care of me and my amazing husband, and you inspire me in my faith and in taking care of my home. I appreciate you!! Continued blessings on you and your family!!

  97. Carol Hensley says:

    Girl I love your videos but your going to have to stop saying California melody. Lol its medley. Love your videos!!

  98. Carol Hensley says:

    No you dont!! I just noticed because I buy that product alot. You are great! We love ya!

  99. karen horrocks says:

    HOW DO U EVER HAVE TIME FOR YOUR HUSBAND AND YOU ALONE

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