Monday, July 26, 2010
So to cheer me up a bit and to help out with your organizational needs, we at Little Stinker have decided to hold a most awesome contest. Here's how it goes.
Contest Entries:1.) Place an order for your bottle of Little Stinker Baby Butt Spray in the next four weeks and you will be entered in a chance to win either an iPod touch or an Apple Gift certificate of equal value (in case you've had your eye on that new iPhone 4 . . . I know I have . . .). Easy right? But it gets better.
2.) You will get an entry for every bottle you order- not per transaction. 10 bottles = 10 entries. But wait. There's more!
3.) Followers of the blog get an extra entry into the contest. But wait. There's still more! :D
4.) Blog posts, tweets, facebook status updates that help promote the contest to your friends will get you another bonus entry. . . in fact, we'll even give you a bonus entry for each! Just post a comment here with links to show what you did. That gives you a chance of being entered at least 5 times for one bottle of Baby Butt Spray.
Ok. You can stop waiting now. Go! Buy! Share! Have fun!
Purchase of the Little Stinker Baby Butt spray qualifies you as a contest entrant. All other entries are additional entries. Contest entries will be accepted from today, July 26th until midnight MST August 23rd. The prize is your choice of a new iPod Touch or an Apple gift certificate of equal value that can be used for an Apple product-- but I highly recommend an iPhone if you don't go for the iPod. It's like my second brain! Each entry will be assigned a number and winners will be chosen by the Random.org number generator. Winners will be announced August 24th here on the blog.
*Update 8-6-10* With the release of our latest product--Little Stinker Natural Nursing Balm--on August 6th, purchases of the Nursing Balm will also count toward a contest entry. So, yippee! More chances to win! :D
Friday, July 16, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
I met Amy Feldman and Allison Costa at the big kids expo the ABC Kids Show last year. After seeing them on the Shark Tank, I felt like I was meeting celebrities.
But what struck me is how sweet and down to earth they are.
Starting a new business is a big scary step and it was refreshing to talk to two gals who had done it and were so supportive of Little Stinker™ and our dream.
Love hearing other success stories. Check out their video.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
For the past few months I have been potty training my 2 1/2 year old boy. It's been a pretty positive experience, working for stinkers and earning prizes. But no one told me that potty training while pregnant might just set of a series of gag reflexes I didn't know I had. Not to mention that I have now been peed and pooped on by my toddler.
The Little Stinker family thought it would be fun to reward the funniest potty training story with a gift certificate for $10 to Target. (That way mom can go buy something fun for herself ;)
Submit your story in the comments section and we'll pick a winner on July 26.
Friday, July 2, 2010
Anyway, I thought I'd share this tool with you from BabyStrology.com they have some other fun tools on there.
Not that you all really care what my fetus looks like, but I thought I'd share it anyway. I'm proud. What can I say?
I'll be heading to Park City to watch rugby with my hubby. We'll probably BBQ, too.
I don't know about you, but I'm always looking for fun activities to do with my 2 year old. These firework pens from FAMILY FUN (dot) com are fun and pretty easy to assemble.
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Modern John Hancocks will enjoy signing their important documents with these jangly pens, whose starry arms are reminiscent of bursting fireworks.
- Wired star garland in various colors (available at craft and party stores)
- Duct tape
- Small jingle bells
For each, cut the wired star garland into nine pieces, each 6 to 8 inches long.
Trim the tinsel stars from the last inch of each piece. Line up the trimmed ends on the sticky side of a 1-1/2-inch length of duct tape. Leave 1/2 inch of tape free on each side, as shown.
Wrap the tape around the top of a pen. Slide small jingle bells onto the ends of the garland lengths, bending the tips around the bell loops to secure them. Splay the garland to resemble exploding fireworks.