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They sent me a piece of art and it looks like this (except its a lot more awesome when you see in person):
I hung it over my two year old's crib. Mini is kind of a handful on the best of days, but the day this thing showed up at our house she lost her damn mind. "DAT MINE!" and "Dat's me a little duck!" (yes, she thinks its a picture of her) were quickly followed by her naming it (Ducky MoMo - after a particularly awesome episode of Phinneas and Ferb) and insisting that every time someone enters our house, including every single evening when her dad comes home from work, that she show them her picture. She leads them into her room and then screams: "LOOKA MY DUCK! TAAA DAAA!"
Here's the dealio:
- Winner gets a $100 gift certificate to ModTots, which is totally enough to get the awesome duck, or any other woodland creature or waterfowl...possibly a rodent, if you're so inclined. We'll pick a random winner Sunday night and you can work with ModTots to decide what you want!
- You can enter once a day starting now through Sunday night. So basically you can enter three times if you want. Leave us a comment telling us what you would have named this duck. Please make it extra random.
- Make sure your comments are not anonymous - please leave an email or URL or something so we can contact you.
- Open to US and Canada. No previous winners are eligible to enter.
- WOOT! For people who didn't win, you still have an awesome chance to have a ModTot piece of art...with a little Coupon (it's Cap'n approved). 10% discount on any purchase! Just enter MOMMYLANDRANTS as a coupon code. This offer expires one week AFTER the giveaway ends (3/20/11)
- A fun little fact is that the first person to purchase a specific ModTot design gets to name it after his/her kid, provide a couple sentences of description and a link to their blog, if they'd like. Here is an example of a design that has already had a first purchaser, Harrison the Fox (Check the 2nd paragraph in the description.)
xoxo Kate and Lydia
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