If you want to bring an old pair of your kid's Crocs back to life (or if you want to hand-down an older pair to a younger sibling) wipe them down with some Armor All after you wash them. They'll go from that dried-out dull to an almost-new finish. Crocs makes something called "CrocsButter" (which comes with a sponge applicator that in my experience dries out rather quickly) but chances are you've already got some Armor All hanging around in the garage. And if you don't, at least you can spend your money on something that might come in handy for other stuff.
This past December we went to Disneyland for a weekend trip. The holidays are a fun time to go visit "the happiest place on earth", and since we live within driving distance (and our kids are only getting older every day) we figured it was time. It was our third trip, and we're starting to figure out what works and what doesn't work - especially when you bring your kids. If you're interested, check out my latest post on Man of the House - my five tips for surviving a weekend at Disneyland with the kids.
Tips For Surviving a Weekend at Disney (With Kids) [ManOfTheHouse.com]