Customer Review: Legging Army

Hey all, 

I’m mostly talking to Legging Lovers to be more specific. 

Do I have a treat for you! Of all companies I have signed up with and tested their products, Legging Army is hands down top 5 for this girl. 

Legging Army was founded March of 2014 and locally started in Southern California. 

Ladies I am telling you these are high quality leggings at amazing prices. 

These leggings are silky soft, very stretchy but NOT SEE- THROUGH. You can lunge, stretch, run, walk, and hike in these, be comfortable without worry.

Their classic collection fabric is made from 92% polyester and 8% spandex. Also, they are constantly coming out with new designs. 

Legging Army also features a sublimation series, a active collection, and they newly feature shorts. Ohh and another awesome collection is the kids collection.

Another awesome thing about Legging Army is they have an affiliate program. Legging Army offers 3 kits

  • Kit 1-free website $25.00
  • Kit 2- affiliate sign up, free website and 1 pair of leggings $39.99
  • Kit 3- affiliate sign up, free website and 2 pairs of leggings. $49.99

Legging Army Affiliate program-

  • Paid weekly via pay pal
  • 25% discount code
  • Free Website
  • 25% commission 
  • 5% sub affiliate sales commission 
  • $5.00 referral comission

Legging Army has helped change my life, I am in love with these leggings. I urge you to purchase at least 1 pair and comment a review on my page. I promise you won’t be disappointed. Buy leggings here or join our affiliate program here.

~Gruada Mom~ 

Random Road Trip 

Hey Lovelies!

So I’ve been away for awhile. My husband and I decided to go on a road trip with another couple that are close friends of ours, practically family. 

Our automatic destination was Colorado. Three out of the four of us had never seen the moutains.  

The other couple chose the rental home and town we were going to stay in. There was no plan until we got there and us girls did some research on the town. 

So, Cortez Colorado was our destination spot. In a very nice rental home near Canyon of the Ancients. The home we rented was beautiful, inside and out. It had the basics to every home.The surrounding land was breath taking. It was quite and looking behind the house you can see snowy moutains and the rest is all canyon. The owner of the home was very nice. We enjoyed our stay. Also, he has wifi for an additional price. The rental home is definitely worth the price. The owner also has a display wall of attractions in the near by location of cortez and all the surrounding sites.

So I found out that cortez was near the 4 corners and they had a bunch of surrounding national monuments, historic sites, and national forest. 

I was instantly excited, I had an opportunity to cross a couple things off my bucket list and adventure into history for a while. 

The black circles are the sites we drove through and got the chance to tour and hike. 

Destination attraction #1:

Canyon of the Ancients 

This canyon holds 6,000 sites including Pueblos, kivas, dwellings and rock art. It is worth the hike. This is a self-guided free tour.

Destination attraction #2:

Mesa Verde National Park 

This park was my second favorite sites to see. This park is over 700 years old and holds nearly 5,000 sites, 600 are cliff dwellings. This tour is self-guided ans a 6 mile drive through the overlooks of the park and dwellings. The entrance fee is $15 per car. Completely worth it.

Destination attraction #3 :

Hovenweep National Monument 

This park in Utah homed over 3,500 people. There are 6 prehistoric villages and towers. This is a self-guided trail, and be sure to go to the visitors center to find the trail. 

Destination attraction #4:

Aztec Ruins 

This site was on my bucket list and is now crossed off. Aztec Ruins is the home of the Pueblo people nearly 900 years ago. There are over 4oo masonry rooms, a great kiva and smaller kivas. It is an amazing site to walk through. Self-guided trail tour is $5 per person.

Destination attraction #5:

The Four Corners Monument

  The four corners is owned by the Navajo Nation, it’s a $5.00 cash only fee to get in. But, totally worth it. All around the monument is Navajo Benders selling hand made items. They also have a taco stand and a fried bread stand. It was very cool. 

Well everyone, that is my top 5 destination attractions I urge all to see. It was an amazing trip, with so many historical and scenic sites that are just breath taking. 

I marked two destinations off my bucket list with this trip. 

Yay me!

~Gruada Mom~ 

New Site Coming Soon

hello readers, I just wanted to inform the world there will be a new site coming, a sister site. My sister and I are going into business together. You will see posts from myself and her, Gruada Mom and Gruada Sister.

We will be writing about our new Daycare that is opening up Lil’ Sprouts Learning and Art Center, Fitness & Health, Interior and Exterior Design, DIY Projects & Crafts.

So, Stay close….We will be up and running very soon!!

Thank you,

Gruada Mom & Gruada Sister

Valentines Butterfly Craft

Hey momma’s here is one last Valentines craft.

We did these on Valentines Day!

So, here’s what you need:

  • Construction paper
  • Googly eyes
  • A pen or marker
  • Colored piping sticks
  • Heart stickers
  • Toilet paper roll
  • Hot glue gun or Elmers glue

Okay so first things first. Measure one sheet or construction paper to fit around the toilet paper roll.

Next, glue it down and get another sheet of construction paper, fold it in half and draw a heart on one side and cut it out. This gives you two.

Now put your stickers on your heart wings to resemble spots. Then glue the wings to your toilet paper roll which is the butterflis body.

Only two steps left…

Give the butterfly eyes and antanas using heart stickers and pipe cleaners.

Lastly, draw a little nose and a mouth for thr butterfly.

And there you go…

A simple, cheap and fun Valentines Butterfly.


I hope everyone had an amazing Valentine’s day.

~Gruada Mom~

Valentines Heart cake

Made this for the hubby this year!


  • 2 boxes Devils Food Cake Mix
  • Eggs
  • Veggie oil
  • 6 eggs
  • Cream cheese icing
  • M&M’s
  • Chocolate chips
  • Strawberries
  • Heart shaped candy
  • Round cake pan
  • Rectangle cake pan
  • Butter

Okay so here is what you do…

Mix your cake mix as directed and preheat oven as directed as well. Place one box of mix in a round pan and one in a rectangle pan. Be sure to smear butter inside each pan to avoid sticking.

Once cake is baked, set it aside to cool. Give it at a minimum of 2 hours to cool down.

While the cake is cooling, cut tops of strawberries and wash them. Let air dry and melt the chocolate chips on the stove. Dip strawberries in chocolate and place in the fridge so chocolate can harden.

By this time your cake should be cool enough to cut and ice.

Cut a thin layer of thr top to even the cake out. Next cut the round cake in half. These are the tops of your cake. Place the rectangle cake in the center of a cookie sheet like a diamond shape and place each half of the round cake on the top of each side of the diamond. Next ice your cake.

Once iced you can pull out the strawberries and place around the cake. Then take the extra chocolate and drip it around the cake as well. Take the M&M’s (red and brown only) and spell out LOVE in the center of the cake.

Lastly, get out your heart lollipops and cut down the stick and place in the cake.

Bam! A beautiful heart Valentines Cake.

Super cute, super cheap and super easy.


~Gruada Mom~

Valentines Heart Puppet Craft

Hey Lovelies,

I have another fun craft for those antsy toddlers.

Here’s what you need:

  • Pink or red construction paper
  • Elmers glue
  • Scissors
  • Glitter heart stickers
  • Small googly eyes
  • Red, pink and white Pom balls
  • Large popsicle sticks

Step 1: cut out heart using pink or red construction paper and scissors.

Step 2: glue popsicle stick to the heart and let dry.

Step 3: glue down googly eyes

Step 4: place glitter heart sticker as the nose.

Step 5: draw a smiley mouth with thr glue and glue down Pom balls.

And you have a heart puppet!

Easy and cheap dollar store craft! Also, entertainment for the littles.

~Gruada Mom~