T-Shirt GIVEAWAY CONTEST

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


It's our turn for a giveaway, this very cute tee!


No nap, hungry, or off their schedule - watch out! Even the sweetest kid can turn sour. And, we’re sorry to report that whining does not discriminate by age, the topics just change. …he took my toy, can we get a dog, and why can’t I use the car… Since they are going to whine, you might as well chuckle. T-SHIRT: Gap T-Shirt - 95% Cotton, 5% Lyra. Available in white. Chocolate brown lettering. Machine washable. Shirt Imported/Printing USA. Available in Small, Medium, or Large.
What do you have to do to win it? Well, Post a Comment, a FUNNY or EMBARRSING story regarding your kids!
Winner will be chosen randomly on February 19th. Winner will be posted on February 20th.
Tee-Shirt Courtesy of MelinaJ.com; Visit us today for an extra 15% off, coupon code "give15"

17 comments:

Mommy Doodles said...

checking in today - hoping to add your melinaj logo to my mart... mommydoodlesmart.blogspot.com !

let me know if that's ok.

melanie

HollyG said...

Just yesterday I was laughing at my 2 year old, as he whined about dinner. He overheard me on the phone with my mother saying I was making hamburgers for dinner. Immediately he started whining and protesting that he didn't want any hand in his cheeseburger. Apparently he thought I was surving up "hand"burgers for dinner... and he wanted NO part of that! LOL

Lemon Kissed Baby said...

Got your contest posted on our blog!
Parentswithstyle.blogspot.com!

My 3 year old over heard me discussing how angry I was about something that happened earlier in the day and my daughter looked at my hubby and said, "Yeah Dad!" Mom is PISS off. I just left the room and laughed my butt off!

Kristin said...

Lets see, my daughter was about 14 months old. She had some weird thing going on with my breasts. Well one day while in the mall play area she decides she wants to show everyone what Mom has under her shirt. It didn't go all the way down but enough to turn me red!

This is fun I will go ahead and write a post on my blog about it!!

Mama Zen said...

My daughter uses the term "ninnies" for breasts. Last summer, at the neighborhood pool, she just had to inform everyone there that her Daddy has "hairy ninnies!"

Renee Shaw said...

I'll post your contest on my blog...
www.ourlifeastheshaws.blogspot.com

When my son was about 7 or 8 months old my hubby brought him in bed with us one morning...I'm ebarresed to say that I wasn't wearing a shirt...it was summer and very hot! haha When I went to get up he saw my breast...he just starred then started to lick his lips! haha And at that time he hadn't nursed since he was 2 months old! It was hilarious!

Amanda said...

my 2 year old has a fasinaction with candy now. So one day she wanted candy and I told her no, she started shaking her finger at me and yelling "bad, bad, bad" It was so funny!

When she wanted to nurse, anytime out in public she would grab at my breasts. It's a good thing we stopped when she turned one.

Jana Leigh said...

my daughter (15mo) is gradually increasing her vocabulary and this week her word is "no", a little better than last weeks which was "mine." Last night my husband asked if she was ready to go to sleep, her response was "no", then he asked if she needed her diaper changed she said "no" and then he asked if her name was Kennedy (which it is) and she again responded with "no"...it was cute.

brandy w said...

i was upstairs getting my daughter some clothes and come downstairs to find my daughter with a pen and my checkbook. the first thing i thought was oh no she wasted checks. she would push buttons on the calculator and then write something down. i asked what she was doing.she said i just got my paycheck and need to pay my bills!
bwalleshauser@yahoo.com

windycindy said...

This is a story about my older sister's daughter! When Dana was a toddler, my sister, her husband, myself and Dana were in this "ritzy"
women's clothing store. The three of us could tell Dana had messed her diapers. Carol politely asked one of the women workers if she could use the restroom for her little girl. They refused to let us! Thus, we began leaving the store. Dana left them little surprises on our way out! Thanks,Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Angie said...

Last night my dad and his girlfriend came over. My 4 year old daughter said to her..."you have teeny Tiny boobies"... SO EMBARASSING.... Lol, we are in the process of learning about the body, and how some parts are different from other peoples. The things kids say...lol

unicorntweety said...

When my daughter was 2, we ran into a distant relative in the mall. Imagine my embarassment when my daughter very loudly pointed out that "that lady has a moustache"!

Angela said...

My two year old daughter was using a public toilet that had just been cleaned. The toilet had blue water. As she was peeing she said, "Look Mommy, yellow and blue make green!"

Kimmie Kay said...

LOVE the words on that shirt, LOL! My kids are older too, but it still applies. Mommy doodles blog sent me over here. :)

SJ said...

My younger son and I were at the grocery store and I dropped a can of green beans on the floor and as it was rolling down the aisle I hear my son yell "damnit!".

Embarrassing for sure...

The Saunders Family said...

we got some fish for my nephew's birthday, and while discussing how many to get at the store we decided on two, my niece said "yeah, let's make sure these don't get croaked before we get some more!"

JaniceJ said...

While taking a drive last week (where there are usually waterfalls) our grandson says, Grandpa why did they turn off the waterfalls?