A month or so back, I wrote about how in love I was with the bags at Bag Ladies. In particular, these.
So, naturally, I am SUPER-delighted to tell you that the awesome people at Bag Ladies have given me not one but FOUR of these little gems to give away to my gorgeous readers! I also have 20% discount cards to give away to a further four lucky readers. The silly season is upon us so entry to this comp (the last one for 2010) will be Christmas-themed.
There are three ways to enter.
ENTRY ONE Simply comment below telling me your survival tips for Christmas Day. (eg/ administer champagne – via funnel)
ENTRY TWO I find it necessary to take embarrassing photos of my children in Christmas-themed attire. Email me your cracker Christmas kidlet shots (for a Christmas album on The Little Mumma's Facebook page – head to my fan page for inspiration). email@example.com
ENTRY THREE Visit the Bag Ladies website then head to their Facebook fan page, LIKE, and let them know which of their bags is your favourite.
You can enter in any and all of the three ways.
Winners will be randomly drawn on Monday 13th December – except Entry Two which I very much look forward to judging myself! Entry is open to Australian readers only.
I’m Australian 😉
No need to reply, I’m just stirring…
You can enter – and if you win, you can swing by and pick up your prize…..
How do I survive Xmas? I disowned (well rather they did me) my entire DNA pool several years ago. Makes Xmas day that less hectic, and cuts the present load in half. I dont suggest trying it…but hey…in this global financial crisis…its an option 🙂
Only one place to go on Xmas day, means this Mumma gets to park herself in front of the dessert table and let her ferals run riot under an endless source of in law’s more than willing to supervise 🙂 We chuck all the nephews and token neice on a jumping castle and lock the door, throw some food over the side now and then and douse them with the hose if they look hot. Xmas day sorted……
Being either pregnant or breastfeeding for the last 4 years over Christmas, I am definitely going to be employing the funnel technique next year! Thanks Angie!
Nothing beats the look on my girl’s faces when they open up their gifts – that picture alone is enough to get me through the day!
My survival tips for Christmas day are to do what make me and my immediate family happy. To have a relaxed laid back day with family and friends who I like and to not get drawn into any guilt trips or feelings of obligation.