1.105 Courtney Gregory said…Those are so cool! Would be great for my daughter!
2. 127 marianne b said…These are darling!
3. 166 jung a said…cool! need those for my 2 girls!!
4. 86 Janna said…I
would love these:-) Not to reduce fighting between my own daughters but
to label their stuff to cut down on the fighting with their cousins
that live down the driveway and are near the same age. They end up with a
lot of the same shoes etc. Would be awesome! And yes thank you to stuck
on you also!!
5. Note: The random integer generator chose 58 twice for some reason. So I am replacing this 58 with the number 57. 57 Chelsea said…These are sooo adorable!
6. 12 Briana said…These
are so adorable and could definitely help Logan and Quinn figure out
which articles of clothing (or shoes!) are theirs and Miss Olive would
just love anything with her name on it.
7. 37 Rosie M said…Super
cool! These look awesome! Would love a gift certificate and chance to
test them out. My son is 18 months so I'll be needing these soon!
Checking out all the links now!
8. 5 Kristyn G said…fabulous giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!
9. 58 Pidgen said…What
a fun giveaway! And I do remember you talking about this company — so
it's great to see that you still appreciate their products! 🙂
10. 234 Jen Davis said…Very
cool giveaway indeed! I'm a mother and a Montessori preschool teacher
and would LOVE it if all the families that have their children attend
labeled their kiddos items! 🙂 Would make for such a smoother day. Thanks for the opportunity!
YAY! Way to go everyone! What a fun contest. Thanks again to Stuck On You!
If you are a winner, please email me at harpersmama8(at)gmail(dot)com.
See you tomorrow!
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He isn't afraid for them to see him make mistakes. And when he does he says "i'm sorry". He doesn't hide his flaws from them.
He has a lot on his mind, but when he is here he is PRESENT.
Every day he tells them their "specials" at bed time. These are things that make them special. His favorite things about them. And when he is not here, he texts them to me.
He leaves them notes, sends them emails and messages. He calls them on the phone if he can't tell him he loves them in person.
Every single day he is showing them (by example) the man they should aspire to find one day.
Kind,strong,brave,steady,selfless,true. He has never called me an ugly name. He has never spoken unkindly to me in front of the girls. He treats me,and makes me feel, like a gift. A rare jewel.
He is showing them that they deserve the best. That they should expect NO less.
He is teaching them self-confidence,grace,self-respect.
He rough houses with them, giggles with them, teaches them to play football,paints their toenails.
He is a superhero.
His love for them gives them courage and wings.
His love for them is like our father's love for us. Pure.
It's a beautiful thing to witness.