The Story Of Three: Mommys Little Miracle Event, Gymboree Review and Giveaway

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Mommys Little Miracle Event, Gymboree Review and Giveaway


Are you expecting in 2014? Did you just have your little bundle of joy? Know someone who's pregnant or trying to conceive? Then this event is for you! Alex of Mommy's Obsessions is expecting her second son this October and has created an event that is perfect for expectant mothers! Mommy's Little Miracle is a Pregnancy, Newborn/Early Infancy, and Postpartum event that will be featuring everything from maternity clothing to newborn essentials, to postpartum products you must have! We highly recommend that you bookmark the open giveaway page by clicking on the image below then adding it to your bookmarks bar! Over the next three weeks you will have the chance to enter to win some amazing prizes from items for YOU and things for your little one!



Today Mommy's Little Miracle is featuring a company that provides your little one with the most stylish clothes around - Gymboree!

We are huge fans of Gymboree, I just love the quality of their clothes!



About Gymboree
(As from their website)

"The Gymboree Corporation is a specialty retailer operating stores selling high-quality apparel and accessories for children under the Gymboree, Gymboree Outlet, Janie and Jack, and Crazy 8 brands, as well as play programs for children under the Gymboree Play and Music brand.
The Gymboree Corporation's history begins with the founding of Gymboree Play & Music in 1976, making it one of the oldest companies in its field. The appeal of the Gymboree brand was so broad that in 1986 Gymboree entered the apparel business—designing, manufacturing and retailing unique, high-quality merchandise for children."



Photo Credits: Gymboree

When it comes time to shop for clothing for your baby or child, typically the first thing that parents think about its 1) Is it expensive and 2) Is it quality. There are hundreds, if not thousands of companies and small businesses who specialize in children's clothing, but one company that always sticks out in my mind when I think of quality and affordability is Gymboree! When I found out that I was having another little boy I was ecstatic that I wouldn't have to run out and purchase a whole new wardrobe for him having saved majority of Little Misters clothing, but I did want to get a few new outfits that were just his, so I visited the Gymboree website and started building a shopping cart! For just over $100 I was able to get 15 items (11 newborn or 0-3 month sizes, 3 items for Little Mister in sizes 3T or 4T, and a super cute blanket for Little Boy)! Talk about getting "bang for your buck"!





To Purchase: Visit Gymboree and shop their newest collections of baby and children's clothing, and be sure to check out their sale section too!

To Win: Mommy's Obsessions and Gymboree want to give one lucky reader a $50 Gift Card!



The Giveaway will close late on the evening of August 23rd. The winner will be chosen at random through  Giveaway Tools. The winner will be announced both on Giveaway Tools form as well as notified by email and announced on Mommy's Obsessions Facebook. Winner must respond within 48 hours of receiving their winner's email otherwise they will forfeit their prize and a new winner will be chosen. The winner will have their prize sent to them by Gymboree. Mommy's Obsessions and other participating bloggers are not responsible for prize shipment. Must be 18 years and older. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google are in no way affiliated with this giveaway. No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. US Only. For any questions contact Mommy's Obsessions. Mommys Obsessions did receive compensation or product in exchange for the promotion of this event. This blog did not receive compensation for the promotion of this event. 

2 comments:

Janet W. said...

My daughters both wore the same yellow dress because we didn't know the gender before they were born.

Jennifer T. said...

My son came home in a mint green outfit because it was the only one small enough for him since he was a preemie. I think it said "sweet pea" on it.