Saturday, November 30, 2013

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Everfan Superhero Cape Review and Giveaway

My boys love to play dress up. The majority of our dress up stash is old Halloween costumes that I've saved through the years for the boys to play with. We actually have quite an assortment of costumes, but one of their favorite things to play with are the superhero capes from Halloween of 2008. The only problem is that Eli was a teeny tiny baby at the time and his cape was sewn into his onsies {which he has long outgrown}, so we have one cape with an H and one cape with a G...but no E cape for Eli. So I was SUPER excited a fe weeks ago when I got an email from Everfan asking if I would like to try out one of their superhero capes.
 I headed over to the Everfan website to check out all the cool stuff that they offer! I already knew that I wanted to get Eli his own cape with an E on it, so I checked out their line of Personalized Superhero capes first. I got to pick out the color, the symbol, and the letter that I wanted to use on the cape! Obviously I chose orange {gotta keep up the color coding whenever possible} and I chose the shield symbol because it was the most similar to the capes that I had made for my boys. 
 Everfan has a line of Whimsical Superhero capes that include some really fun and cute designs like dragons, fairies, cupcakes, robots, and hot dogs! They also have a line of Collegiate Superhero capes that are pretty cool...even though they don't have Mississippi State! I'm sure there are quite a few SEC fans would be excited to see Alabama and LSU capes:)
 Eli fell in love with his Everfan cape as soon as I took it out of the package! He also promptly lost the cute mask that came along with it....though he did manage to keep up with both wristbands! I was actually surprised at how thin the material for the cape was. I guess because the capes I made for my boys were lined with heavy duty felt, I was expecting something a little thicker. But I actually love how thin Eli's Everfan cape is...it takes up WAY less space in the dress up basket! I also love that they have a velcro closure because Eli can take the cape on and off by himself instead of me constantly tying it on and taking it off:)
I'm sure you can tell by the pictures of my little SUPERHERO, but he LOVES his new cape...and I am so excited that I get to share the love with one of my readers because Everfan is giving away a cape to one of you! 

 To enter:
Head over to the Everfan website, look around, then come back and tell me which cape you would chose.

Follow Random Thoughts of a SUPERMOM! {on GFC, twitter, pinterest, or instagram} and leave a comment telling me that you do. Leave a separate comment for each place you follow. 

Share this giveaway {twitter, facebook, pinterest, or instagram}and include a link to this giveaway. Then come back and tell me where you shared. Make sure to leave a separate comment for each time you share....and you can do this once a day until the giveaway ends.
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This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end next Friday, April 19th at 12:00 noon CST. I will use random.org to pick a winner! Good Luck and thanks for entering!

You can also use the coupon code RTSM2013 to get 15% off any order for the next two weeks!
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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

March Recap Via Instagram

We started off March by celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday!
 I sorted pennies at Grant's school for their annual penny drive.
 We had fun at a friend's birthday party!
 I ran two miles! This was a great time for me at the beginning of March, but today I did two miles in 21 mins!
 Our chicks started turning into chickens:)
 Eli got a splinter in his knee....
...and it got infected which meant a trip to the doctor!
 Henry did a little maintenance on the chicken coop... definitely a job for a boy!
 Eli did not want to take his meds!
 We adopted two baby bunnies that Phoebe brought up to the house. I bottle fed them for a couple days, but they didn't make it:(
 Our afternoons were filled with soccer practices!
 Grant had field day on a gorgeous sunny day!
We celebrated Pi Day {3/14} with a chicken pot pie:)
 I made rainbow oatmeal for the boys for St. Patrick's Day...can you tell I love holidays.
 I got Parent of the Year from Grant's school.
 I spent the day in the PTO room sorting shirts for Henry's field day.
 We spent the weekend working on the garden and the fence to keep the critters out.
 We ate dinner at Olive Garden and I resisted the temptation to eat a million calories of fettuccine alfredo!
Typical Sunday morning in my preschool S.S. class.
 I made P cookies for Eli's P party at school. They got to were pajamas and they ate pizza and drank punch:)
 Henry and his friend Hayden doing the three legged race at field day.
 Easter treats for the boys' classes. I made about 70 of these cute marshmallow pops.
 Eli wearing his bunny shirt at his class Easter egg hunt.
 Onions growing in the garden.
Dyeing eggs! We used muffin tins this year, and it will be a new tradition! 
 The Easter Bunny came to our house and brought candy, swimsuits, and Hexbugs!


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