Eli’s Lids Giveaway!

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Eli’s Lids was started by a local OC mom, Kara-Noel, after she found out she was expecting her first little boy in 2006. After doing some shopping for “boy stuff” she quickly discovered that often baby boys get the short end of the stick when it comes to fashion and style.

Soon after she began developing her line, starting at the top with Lids. After multiple prototypes she came up with Lids for today’s hip baby.  Whether your son (or daughter!) is a surfer, skater, snowboarder or just plain rocks, she has created a Lid that will reflect your family’s style without looking too “baby!”

Based on style AND function, her stretchy fold-up designs are practical and grow with the kiddos, so you can get a lot of wear out of them. One of my friends said her lid lasted through two of her boys!   The smaller size lids fit newborns – 1 and larger size fits kids 1 – 5 years.

To know Kara-Noel personally is to love her, she has that sort of infectious personality and good heart, so it is not surprising that her company donates 10% of their profits to Surfer’s Healing, an awesome non-profit that holds surf camps for children with autism.

Click HERE to shop her lids, tees & gift bundles AND enter Eli’s Lids coupon code “TINYORANGES” for $4 off now through 12/31/10!   This makes a perfect gift idea for a little one this Christmas.

And keep your eye out for her newsboy hats & ties coming soon!

Hooray! It’s a Tiny Giveaway!

One lucky winner will receive their choice of Lid (based on availability – US residents only!)

Contest runs through December 17th at 5pm PST. I will email you if you are the winner, so please leave your email address in your entry (won’t be published.)

Lots of different options on how to enter – please leave a separate comment for each entry option!

1. Click HERE and tell me – which is your favorite Lid? – 1 ENTRY

2. {Like} Eli’s Lids on Facebook – 1 ENTRY

3. Follow @ElisLids on Twitter -1 ENTRY

4. {Like} Tiny Oranges on Facebook – 1 ENTRY

5. Follow @TinyOrangesOC on Twitter – 1 ENTRY

6. Join the Tiny Oranges Team to participate in the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Run/Walk on 5/1/11 and raise money for a great cause and have a ton of fun while doing it!  Click “Join Our Team” at the top of this LINK.  Then tell me you are on our team!  {CLICK HERE to visit my page with all the information.}– 1 ENTRY

GOOD LUCK MAMAS!

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Gift Idea: The Wicked Big Toddlah

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One of our friends got this beautiful, hardcover book, “The Wicked Big Toddlah” by Kevin Hawkes for Morgan’s first birthday and it has become such a hit in our house, I had to write about it and give my mommy review.  I am always looking for great gift ideas for kids and sometimes find myself stumped on the age or sex (I have no idea about boy stuff!) Therefore, when I discover a great gift that could be for a boy or girl, and could be given to a child ages birth through at least age 4 or 5,  it is like hitting the gift idea jackpot!

I personally love getting and giving books for birthday presents because you know it is a gift that will last a long time. And selfishly, after reading the same books again and again, as a mom I love to throw some different titles into the bedtime mix.  It is also nice to have books that I actually enjoy reading too. And this book is just plain fun to read!

With hilarious illustrations with clever detail, it tells the story of an overgrown baby named Toddie growing up during his first year in Maine {therefore the use of local vernacular like “wicked” and the pronunciation of “toddlah.”}

The book opens with a stork delivering a VERY large baby to the hospital and the baby’s uncle Bert yells, “That’s a wicked big toddlah ya got theyah, Jessie!”   The book had me laughing from page one.   Toddie is so big he takes baths in lakes and takes bites out of trees when he starts eating solids.  And the diaper changing page is hysterical.  Let’s just say it really does take a village.

Although Morgan at one is too young to appreciate this story just YET, big sis Emma, at 4 years, thinks this book is an absolute riot. I  have read it every night to her since we got it and she giggles at every turn of the page. Even trying out her own Maine accent, like Toddie, when he learns to speak and says, “Hihowaahya?” {Translation: Hi, how are you?”}

If you are like me and trying to simplify your life these days, pick up a stash of this title to have on hand for birthday parties, and you will not only give a great gift but will avoid a last minute dash to Target!  Buy enough to total $25, and you get free shipping on Amazon too!

Seriously, it’s wicked funny.

{Disclosure: We received the book as a gift and I wanted to share this fun find.  However, I am signed up as an Amazon Affiliate, which means if you click the link to the book above and purchase it online through my link I receive an itsy-bitsy sort of commission. You can click this link here too…The Wicked Big Toddlah…thanks!}

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