Saturday, June 16, 2012
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Congratulations to Comment #6, Lauren, and Comment #9, Britney, who are the winners of the LulaClips!
Loading three kids into the car can sometimes feel like I just ran a mile. Between the bickering and whining from my older boys and the constant battle of Lila not wanting to be buckled into her car seat and struggling with her straps, I always wish I had an extra set of hands or two...or three! Haha!
These LulaClips are the perfect solution to helping me win the battle of getting Lila buckled into her car seat. I know what you are thinking....How could these two little hands possibly solve a problem?? To be honest, I was a critic at first too, but after using them, they are seriously FABULOUS!
No more waking up baby when trying to get them in or out of a car seat either, and no more tangled crazy straps! I love these things! The best part is they work on all car seats and can even be used in strollers.
Discount CodePurchase LulaClips from The Organized Parent through June 30, 2012 and receive 15% off using this promotional code at checkout: OP022
THE GIVEAWAYTwo lucky I Heart Crafty Things readers will receive one LulaClips (retail value $14.95), courtesy of The Organized Parent.
HERE IS HOW TO WIN: Please make sure your email is on your profile, or include it with your comment. Only U.S. residents are eligible for this giveaway. (Big apologies to all my International readers!)
- Leave a comment on this blog post.
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- For kicks and giggles, leave a comment telling me what your favorite Summer treat is.
***The Organized Parent provided me with a LulaClips free of charge in exchange for reviewing their product, but all opinions are my own.
This post was written by: Franklin Manuel
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