Jump on over to The Fancy Fritter blog and see an awesome giveaway I am currently participating in. While you are there check out Stacy's stores. She has some adorable clothes, bibs and burp cloths. Thank you Stacy!
Just listed the hip, lime green and white polka-dot Helping Hand. These are great stocking stuffers for the little ones. Helping Hands can be used in NUMBEROUS ways with a variety of toys, stuffed animals, blankies, sippy cups and teethers. For stuffed animals, simple wrap the smaller loop around an arm or leg. No more worries of losing your child's beloved friend.
I have a variety of ribbons. If you are looking for something in particular please just send me an email.
Last night, we were sitting at home watching our usual episode of Dora when the doorbell rang. I went to the door to only find, we had been "Booed!"! How exciting!?! There sat a cute little Jack-o-latern trick-or-treat tote chocked full of goodies. Needless to say Davis was thrilled. Inside was a poem that read,
"The air is cool, the season fall,
Soon Halloween will come to all.
With ghosts and goblins, spooks galore,
Trick-or-Treaters at the door.
The spooks are after things to do.
In fact, a spook brought this to you.
The treats that come with this short note
Are yours to keep. Enjoy them both!
Excitement grows when friends like you
Will copy it and make it two.
Neighbors will have smiling faces;
None can guess who "BOO-ed" which places.
A day or two to work your spell,
But keep it secret! Hide it well!
Join in the fun; the season's here.
So spread these "Boos" - and share the cheer!"
So, I placed a sign on our door saying "We've been Boo-ed!'" and started making two new goodies bags to share with "non-booed" neighbors.