Giveaway! One Soft and Cuddly, Bright Pink Cozy


Have you heard of those big comfy wearable blankets with sleeves that keep you warm but free up your hands? They are very popular among adults and are increasing in popularity among children… or at least among my girls ;)




Now your kids can wear their very own super soft blanket! The Cozy is a warm and cuddly blanket with sleeves, made from 100% polyester and it some of the softest material I have seen. Much softer than the adult versions ;)

You can purchase The Cozy, retailing at $20, at major department stores including Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Kohl’s, Sears, and JC Penney.

Through Twittermoms, St. Eve Kids sent me two bright pink Cozy’s, one so I could try it out, and the other… to give away to one reader.

Plus, if your children are anything like mine, they love pajamas! So be sure to check out Drama U where you can enter to win a one-year supply of pajamas for your kids!

Giveaway:

One Soft and Cuddly, Bright Pink Cozy!
The St. Eve Kids Cozys are one size fits most (girls sizes between 6-9)

Enter to Win:

(This is a must before any extra entries will be accepted)

1. Simply leave a comment with your tips & tricks for getting your kids to bed on time and getting them to stay in bed?

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This Giveaway ends: 11:59 PM CST, Monday, January 25th, 2010.

Please read the fine print:
-Must be 18 or older to enter.
-Open to residents of the Continental United States only.
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-I will choose my winner(s) using Random.org
-Winner will be notified via email within 24 hours and must respond within 48 hours to maintain winner status.
-Failure to provide a valid email and/or shipping address will result in forfeiture of prize.
I did not receive compensation for this post. I did receive a product, courtesy of St. Eve Kids and Twittermoms, in order to facilitate my review.

6 comments:

carrie Hargett said...

Its all about the routine, you just feed em supper, let them play, then bath time, half hour of tv time then go lay in bed and read them a book and off to lala land they go :)

Ollie Girl! Custom Boutique said...

Feed them dinner early enough, that they feel like they have a "Long" time after to get their wiggles out, bathe, perhaps a family movie with everyone settled or read bedtime stories.After all those activities, I pretty much found that mine were ready to fall asleep.

crystal_crtr2 said...

Jenna likes to have the TV on for background noise, but if I leave it on Disney she won't go to sleep for hours. So I will put it on PBS and she has the background noise and it is boring, so she falls asleep fast. I know that a lot of parents want their kids to be in bed early, but with Jenna the earlier she is sent to bed the later it is before she falls asleep. So her bedtime is 10 PM. She is 8 by the way.

Heather said...

An aquaintance of mine just told me how she keeps her kids in bed. She puts 5 Skittles on her daughter's dresser. Every time her daughter gets out of bed, she eats one of her Skittles. LOL!

I make sure Tessa has about 45 minutes to get ready for bed and to read her books.

Marah said...

My son has stuffed animals that are ONLY for in bed. He loves his nighttime Pooh so much it's easy to get him to go to bed and stay in bed.

AlternateEgo said...

Congratulations to Post # 2 chosen by random.org.

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Thanks for everyones tips and tricks!

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