Thursday, May 21, 2015

UncommonGoods Kids Quotes Contest!

If your kids are anything like mine, surely they say things that make you either crack up or cringe on a regular basis. My children have given me enough material for both stand-up comedy and therapy, and judging by my Facebook newsfeed, I'm certain my friend's kids are equally as hysterical. That's why I'm excited to tell you about how to enter UncommonGood's Kids Quote contest here. From now through May 31st, submit your child's funny or otherwise adorable quote for a chance to win a piece of custom wall art displaying their quote. Though we've all had the experience of our child saying something highly inappropriate at the wrong time (always funnier in retrospect than it was at the time, am I right?), your submission needs to be PG and kid-friendly. Chances are, if you're comfortable with it hanging on your wall for eternity, it qualifies :)

My favorite recent quote from my five-year-old daughter, Ava, was during communion on Easter Sunday. She likes to wait until the absolute quietest part of the service to say or do anything remotely questionable, so naturally as soon as it went silent for communion, Ava said (very loudly, I might add!), "Wine is my FAVORITE part of church!" Oh, super. Thankfully our Rector has a good sense of humor and just barely stifled her laughter. Out of the mouths of babes, right?

I'd love for you to enter to win the custom wall art, and share with me here in the comments your favorite quote from one of your kids! While you're perusing the goodies, check out the other personalized home decor available here. Good luck!

If you're not yet familiar with UncommonGoods, there are many worthwhile things to know about them and their mission as a company. For example, as an independently-owned Brooklyn business, they have the creative license to feature unique and one-of-a-kind products, with a focus on those that positively impact the world. Furthering this mission of conscientiousness, they also partner with several not-for-profit organizations, such as RAINN, Reach Out & Read, Women for Women International, and American Forests, and give $1 from each purchase to your choice. Shopping you can feel good about - what's not to like about that combination?

1 comment:

  1. I'm not yet familiar with UncommonGoods, there are many worthwhile things to know about them and their mission as a company,you are right, and i share this company for mama and baby


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