Last week I kicked off my annual WM Favorite Things Holiday Gift Guide (which is pretty spectacular, if you haven’t checked it out) and noticed a ton of traffic was going to the PsychoBaby online shop. They do have a really fantastic assortment of items on there so I understand the attraction.
SO – because it is the season of giving, I have seen your interest, I hear your pleas, and I answer them, dear readers, by offering a super fun give-away from our friends at PsychoBaby Online!! Personally, I ordered the monster shirt for the youngest WM’ette and she loves it! The shirt comes from the American Apparel brand so as you probably know, those do tend to run small. She is a tall but very thin kid but even for her, at age 4, the size 6 works great and will last her through many seasons. In other words, I’d order them bigger than you normally do for the kiddos if you are the lucky winner (or even if you’re not but you’re buying some awesome holiday gifts).
Anyhow – let’s wrap this holiday give away up soon so the lucky winner can place the order for one fun thing on the site, equivalent to about $30. Go onto the WM Facebook page and enter to win by commenting under the post. I’ll announce the winner on Monday morning. And be sure to like my page and even better, share it with your friends!
Also, if you aren’t on my Facebook page, you might not know that I am asking readers to send me images of their kids or even retro images of themselves on Santa’s lap – CRYING. Kids crying on Santa’s lap pictures crack me up – and by the response I’m already getting, I know I’m not alone in this, so I want to post a WM reader photo gallery of the images you send me. Please send me those in as soon as you can so I can get this post live next week! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck with this super fun give-away…maybe the odds be ever in your favor…..and have a great weekend. And be sure to check out all the fabulous offerings on the Psycho Baby shop if you haven’t done so already, they are frivolous, spirited and sassy – like most kids I know.