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Spring Fling Baby Fashion Giveaway!!!

The snow is finally melting here in Chicago! HOORAY! The sun is out, and even though it is still pretty chilly out, I have been guilty several times of putting Boo in outfits that are more "Spring" than the weather calls for. Oops. I'm just so ready to pack away the snow suits and pull out the cute spring clothes.

Which got me thinking... I must not be the only one fiendin' for some cute spring fashion for my little. Which got me thinking... We totally need to do a GIVEAWAY!


This Spring Fling Baby Fashion Giveaway has 7 amazing items to bring your little one into Spring with some serious fashion sense. I can honestly say that I am jealous of whoever wins AND their baby. We have (top to bottom, and left to right as pictured):

  •  A "Dream Big Little One" shirt (size 3-6 mo, 6-12 mo, or 12-18 mo) from Three Little Numbers
  • A pair of super adorable leggings (size newborn to 5T) from Mag+Pie 

  • Your choice of any bib from Snapbib (personal fav is the gold glitter one!)
  • A gift card for a pair of Freshly Picked's moccasins
  • A pink bowtie created by Mark It with A Q sold by Kate & Linny (perfect for the little fellas) (AND Easter!!)

  • A mustard yellow double loop eternity scarf from Wild Frays 
  • Your choice between two pre-selected headbands made by Miss Charlie's Bowtique (perfect for the little ladies)

A little about the shops featured in this giveaway:

Three Little Numbers - "We design hip + modern screen printed tees for awesome kids. We believe awesome kids should have awesome shirts." 

Mag+Pie - "High quality clothing and accessories for hip and trendy littles. Organic cotton leggings, bandanas, hats and headbands."

Snapbibs - "Here at Snap Bibs, we're passionate about creating simple, sturdy bibs that keep kids clean and make life easier for parents. All of our bibs are made from thick, sturdy vinyl and a heavy duty metal snap. We've loved using these bibs in our home for several years and we're so excited to now share the high quality design and functionality of our favorite bibs with you!"

Wild Frays - "I am a sucker for bows, bow ties & scarfs. Ever since I had my daughter in 2012 I have become obsessed. I loved them so much that I decided to start making my own with super cute modern fabric. I hope you all love these unique bows and scarfs as much as I do!"

Kate & Linny - "Kate and Linny offers limited-time sales on products perfect for your home and life. The items featured on the site are either made by, developed by or sold by moms, with a few exceptions thrown into the mix of products that are just too good for moms to miss out on! Founded by friends Katherine and Lindsay, who have more than 20 years of mothering experience combined, the site not only showcases products for moms by moms, it also highlights mompreneurs by featuring a rotating Mompreneur of the Week and touches on all things motherhood on Kate and Linny’s Blog."

Miss Charlie's Bowtique - Inspired by her daughter Charlie, this mom started making headbands for littles for holidays and special occasions. Custom orders and ready made! 

Freshly Picked - "Each pair of moccasins, whether being shipped to the rich and famous (or at least their kids), or shipped across town, are made with care, perfection and a love for the little feet they are intended for. We sincerely hope you enjoy our product!"

Here's the info on the giveaway --- do all the things that Rafflecopter asks you to do (if you want the entries). There are certain entries you can do each day for additional entries! Once the giveaway is finito, we will use Rafflecopter to generate a winner. We will contact you, be super jealous of you, and get you your goodies!!!!


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