Sunday, November 2, 2014

Hands! (Citrus Lane Giveaway) Ended

Noah and I did this activity last night. I was never able to get hand prints and foot prints from Noah (for many reasons). One of the reasons being he does not like things on his hands, he will inform you of something on his hands, well I decided to give it another go last night. He did better but he was still trying to wipe his hands on the canvas and on his clothing. LOL I am thinking of trying clay next. The paint and canvas came in a recent Citrus Lane gift box (I went ahead and got for Noah). It is by Pearhead (check out the site here) they have cute stuff that is not overly expensive. Noah is a bit to old for the stuff.




For the winter holidays I have decided to donate some of Noah’s toys, I would really like to give them to a shelter or something, but I may just look for a family where money is tight. I am going to start doing this with Noah's toys at the end of every year. I am very excited to make room for however, brief a moment it may last (lol). Anyways, on that note I have also decided I would have a giveaway. I recently decided on what I wanted to give away this year, and it is a 3 months Citrus Lane subscription. Noah has enjoyed the boxes and I wanted to take the time to give to others. This is the first of two giveaways, this one is all about the babies (boxes are best for ages 0-5). All you have to do to enter is answer the question below and follow my blog that is it!


a Rafflecopter giveaway (If you are having a problem following the blog through the link in the box, just go to the bottom of my page and follow. Just put your name in the box so I can verify your points. I do apologizes for some reason the link as been working and then not working.)

Disclaimer: This is my first giveaway so I am still not 100% how all the workings go but I am excited. So please bear with me LOL.

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Shakirah
Shakirah

Shakirah is a single mom to a 5 year old. She is a blogger, teacher, and graduate student. Her goal is to bring a more positive and realistic look into the lives of single mothers.

4 comments:

  1. I love the Henna on Relaxed Hair post! I've been dying my hair red with chemical box dyes for 10 years and I could have been using henna, I like seeing it all broken down so it doesn't seem so scary.

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    1. If you try it please share some photos.

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  2. I liked reading about your Picky Eater Don'ts (and subsequent Do's in the blog). Useful for my grandson.

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