A Better Florist – A Review (with exclusive discount code and giveaway!)

A fortnight ago, I received a lovely bouquet of flowers from A Better Florist. I’d been sick with the flu for a couple of days, feeling incredibly miserable and sorry for myself – and it was amazing what a difference it made to receive such a special delivery! It shirked me up to no end.

The bouquet that I received was The Lilah, part of A Better Florist’s signature collection of floral arrangements. I was very impressed by the exotic mixture of cheerful blooms in their simple and modern glass vase, which really brightened up my room as well as my day.

The flowers, which are sourced from Cameron Highland farms, arrived in dewy fresh condition, and with a daily water change, they were able to stay sweet and pretty for a whole week. I would say that the blooms really looked their best in the first four days.

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J and Little E enjoying the flowers

I placed the bouquet on my dining table, and funnily enough, over the next few days, I noticed that J and Little E would quietly go and sit at the table to read or play, instead of lounging in our living room. Little E was even inspired to make a few sketches of the flowers!

If you’re looking for a great last minute gift, A Better Florist does offer same day delivery (at no extra charge) for orders made before 3pm, and they so have a very nice selection of affordable bouquets! They also hold occasional floral arrangement workshops on Saturdays – I’m hoping to bring Little E and the Aged P to one next month. Check out the A Better Florist Facebook page for details on their next floral jamming session or for exclusive discount codes!

Speaking of discount codes, A Better Florist is offering all Owls Well Readers a whopping SGD$10 off their next order! Just quote the code OWLSWELL10 at checkout!

Something Special For Owls Well Readers: The fine folk behind A Better Florist are kindly sponsoring a giveaway of the Spring Breeze floral bouquet in a beautiful mason jar (worth SGD$72)  to one lucky Owls Well Reader!

Thanks A Better Florist!

To take part in this giveaway, please follow the following steps:

  1. Be a fan of Owls Well on Facebook
  2. Share this giveaway on your Facebook page (set to public), tagging @owlswellblog and at least TWO friends
  3. Comment below with your favourite bouquet from A Better Florist. Don’t forget to tell me the name of your Facebook account that you used to share this giveaway and include your email address! (If you would like to send me the email address privately, leave a comment for the other answers, then email me at 4owlswell [at] gmail [dot] com)
  4. (optional: For an extra entry, follow our Instagram account @4owlswell and leave a separate comment below with your Instagram handle.)

(This giveaway is open to anyone with a Singapore mailing address and closes at noon on Tuesday 4th July 2017. Winners will be picked via Random.org – just make sure you complete all 3 easy steps!)

Update: This giveaway is now closed and the winner has been emailed! Thanks for playing!

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Midweek Break: Round them up with Stickerkid

If you saw my post earlier this week, you will have read about how important it is to label every single thing that your kid intends to bring to school – especially if he or she is starting school for the first time. Or maybe you have an absent minded new BIL who might just lose his bento box at work.

Well, here to cheer you up and out of those midweek blues is Stickerkid with a very special something for Owls Well Readers:

Stickerkid is very kindly sponsoring a giveaway of ONE set of round stickers for one lucky Owls Well reader! Hooray! Each sticker can be personalised and the round labels have space for two lines of text, so you can use them as name labels, return address labels, even gift tags! 

To take part in this giveaway, just complete the following:

  1. Be a fan of the Owls Well Facebook Page
  2. Share this giveaway on your Facebook Page (set to public), tagging @Owls Well as well as at least three friends
  3. Visit this post and leave a comment there telling me about your favourite item from the Stickerkid webstore. Don’t forget to tell me the name of your Facebook account that you used to share this giveaway and include your email address! (If you would like to send me the email address privately, leave a comment for the other answers, then email me at 4owlswell [at] gmail [dot] com)

(Giveaway is open worldwide and will end on 30th November 2015. Winners will be picked via Random.org – just make sure you complete all 3 easy steps!)

P.S. Don’t forget that Owls Well Readers are entitled to a whopping 10% off any Stickerkid order! Just enter the code “SG10STICKERKI9_C7” at checkout! (Code is valid until 31st December 2015.) 

Update: This giveaway is now closed. Jaime is our winner! Congrats!

Citiblocs are GREAT!

I love wooden building blocks so much that I’ve amassed a rather sizeable collection. I just love the tactile feel of the wood beneath my fingers and the scope for creativity that building blocks have (and the fact that I can build and disassemble structures without pain). However, J and Little E have moved on from wooden building blocks to Legos quite a long time ago, as the sort of creations that they could make with building blocks were limited by the fact that their creations kept breaking apart or toppling over. The blocks have been in storage for quite a while now, waiting for Thumper to get old enough to play with them.

When my friend, Pamela (from Tan Family Chronicles) asked if I would be interested in checking out the Citiblocs range from the My First Games webstore, I was not sure if my kids would even play with them, and I told her so.

Pamela immediately whipping out her mobile phone, saying “Ok Debs, I know you have a ton of blocks at home, but can your building blocks make this?”

And she played me this video:

I gaped at her.

“No. My blocks can’t build any structures remotely NEAR that scale. I mean, that is…that is just…the level of precision…the structural stability…so architectural…”, I blustered finally, struggled to find the words to describe what I had seen.

“SOLD!” I gurgled, finally.

Pamela nodded and patted me on the shoulder.

Anyhow, I was completely sold on Citiblocs. I knew that if I showed J and Little E what they could build with these blocks, they would LOVE it.

The Citiblocs are made from Radiata pine wood from a sustainable source in New Zealand and are certified safe and non-toxic. They are sold in different colour combinations – Natural (original pine with no wood stain), Cool (red and yellow tones), Hot (blue and green tones) and Camo (green and brown tones). Pamela was kind enough to give me one box of each colour combination to try out.

Each block is exactly the same size, shape and weight, and the surfaces of the blocks are straight and flat, whilst being textured just enough to increase the friction between the blocks (but not so much that it creates splinters). This precise cut and uniformity of the blocks is what makes them so special After playing with them with my kids, I understand why these blocks have won so many toy industry awards!

This is what happened when I first opened the Citiblocs at home:

A building competition ensues

A building competition ensues

The Barn Owl, who was recovering on the couch after working through the night, lazily started building a spiral staircase. J started on his own Tower of Babel, with the tower stretching far beyond what we would expect from any of our other building blocks, and Little E even discovered how to make a simple cantilever design.

There was a little booklet inside the boxes filled with pictures and ideas for some basic designs and some more complicated ones – no stepwise instructions needed.

Here’s what the kids were making together during their second session with their Citiblocs:

Building with the power of Physics

Building with the power of Physics

Impressive, right? These blocks are really much more fun than my other building blocks and they do encourage kids to be more creative, whilst instilling in them a rudimentary understanding of physics. The more precisely the blocks are placed, the more complex structures can be built – what a way to train fine motor skills! Additionally, since there are no snaps or screws involved, large creations are easily dismantled and put away at the end of the day (as you can tell from our Guide to Citiblocs video below).

And the best part of all this is that they keep my kids quietly occupied for hours. Which is the main point.

I was so excited about these blocks, I decided to buy some more block sets as gifts for my nephews and nieces, as well as a set of CitiBlocs Little Builder Rattle Blocs (for when Thumper is old enough) which won the Oppenheim Platinum Award…after all, Christmas is just round the corner, and My First Games is holding a special Citiblocs promotion!

CitiBlocs sale at My First Games

CitiBlocs sale at My First Games

Just enter the coupon code: CTBTHIRTY at checkout to enjoy 30% off the entire CitiBlocs range at My First Games! (And you get an extra 50 blocks if you spend about $200!) What a bargain!

I am seriously considering getting more Citiblocs to add to our collection so as to challenge J and Little E to build even more complicated structures!

June Holiday Excursions: Muse Arts Holiday Camp (and some grownup me-time)

A fortnight ago, J and Little E were invited to attend a holiday camp called ‘My Amazing Body’ run by Muse Arts Singapore at Natasha Studio in City Square Mall.

When Jacintha (the director of Muse Arts Singapore) contacted me to invite us to join the camp, I was a little bit skeptical about what it was all about. The camp would be 2 hours long, during which the kids would take part in an adventure story about the human body through music, dancing, drama and arts-and-craft. What an impressive range of activities crammed into a short space of time! I thought to myself. How is this possible?

I asked the kids if they would be interested in attending a holiday camp where they would learn about the human body and they seemed pretty keen, so I signed them up.

I figured that it would give me 2 hours to wander around City Square Mall, maybe even take advantage of the Great Singapore Sale! Heehee!

J and Little E at the Muse Arts Holiday Camp

J and Little E at the Muse Arts Holiday Camp

The camp focussed mainly on the importance of maintaining good personal hygiene through the use of soap, proper hand washing and dental care (Little E and J are already very familiar with this as they are raised by two medical doctors). During the camp, the children were taught a little song and dance, which they repeated several times after each activity and performed for the mums at the end.

Although the camp is aimed at children from 4-7 years old, I felt that the activities were more appropriate for a younger age group, perhaps just preschoolers. J, being 7 years old and already in Primary 1, definitely did not take away anything new from the camp, but he did enjoy clowning around with the instructors and grooving along to the music with the other kids. Little E, however, became a little bit tired of the repetitive nature of the dancing and decided to rest at the side of the room, just watching the other kids who seemed very engaged, laughing and prancing about. She revived a little by the end of the camp, just long enough to take part in the end of class showcase!

As for myself, I thoughtfully spent my two hours sitting in a plush sofa, observing the camp whilst discreetly breastfeeding Thumper, checking out the shops in City Square Mall (specifically Uniqlo, Daiso and a surprisingly well-stocked, reasonably priced bookshop in the basement called ‘My Greatest Child’), before settling down for a foot reflexology massage.

My foot being kneaded into putty by a nice young man.

My foot being kneaded into putty by a nice young man.

I’ve never had a foot reflexology massage before, but it is both excruciatingly painful and incredibly relaxing at the same time. You can’t see it from the picture, but I was so relaxed that I was falling asleep.  I nearly dropped my camera on Thumper’s head (he was asleep on my chest in his little baby sling).  At the end, my feet were pink and happy, and everything was just roses and sunshine.

So, if you are feeling like you desperately need a break away from your preschooler for some grown-up me-time (or so that you can browse Daiso without having to say to the phrase “please stop touching EVERYTHING”), then the Muse Arts camp is a good way to keep the kids gainfully occupied for a few hours.

If you’re interested, here’s a copy of the flyer for the next holiday camp which is on the 22nd of June!

Muse Arts has also agreed to give 10% off registration fees for Owls Well readers who quote “owlswell” when registering their child/children for Jungle Rumble by this coming Friday, 19th June 2015. 1525735_329503693840698_2796245716670959919_n

Online Shopping with Itsy Bitsy Me (And a giveaway!)

J and Little E are growing up so fast! In fact, I just got round to decluttering their wardrobes last week and cleared out all the clothes that they have outgrown. Which left their cupboards looking woefully bare. This can only mean one thing…

It’s time for some retail therapy! Yay!

I was really excited when Mei, the Mumpreneur behind the online kids clothes store, Itsy Bitsy Me, got in touch with me. I have been stalking Itsy Bitsy Me since Little E was born, way back in 2008 and it always seems to stock the most beautiful things.

What I find particularly impressive about Itsy Bitsy Me is Mei’s commitment to reducing the carbon footprint of her store as well as seeking out eco-friendly and socially responsible brands. Most of the clothes are made from sustainable materials such as organic or bamboo cotton, or printed with non-toxic water-based dyes which are environmentally friendly.

During our email conversation, Mei told me that when she first started out bringing children’s products into Singapore, she was shocked to learn of the unethical manufacturing practices that exist today, which not only have a negative impact on the environment but also exploit vulnerable groups. To her horror, she realised that the clothes our children wear are made from the sweat and tears of other children working under terrible conditions. Since then, she has taken great care to source only for sweatshop-free brands in her store that are committed to fair-trade practices and focus on worker’s welfare throughout their manufacturing process.

A graphic designer by trade, Mei describes herself as a very visual person, which is why the lovingly curated collection sold at Itsy Bitsy Me features unusual, innovative uses of colours and prints, with cleverly designed, eye-catching details seldom seen elsewhere. All the clothes carried instore are produced in very limited quantities based on the orders of each brand’s official retailers. This not only ensures each design’s exclusivity, but also prevents wastage of materials through overstocks.

Needless to say, I am so thankful for the opportunity to pick a few new togs for J and Little E from Itsy Bitsy Me’s gorgeous selection of kidswear! Here’s what we chose in the end:

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On Little EElizabeth top in cream lace (SGD$29.34) and Kensington Skirt in Turquoise (SGD$25.96)

I just love Little E in this cream lace top and multilayered skirt from Mustard Pie! They are just so much fun. The minute she put the skirt on, she just started swishing and dancing around. The material of the cotton top is thick and soft, and will definitely hold its shape even after many washes, whilst the skirt, with it’s unique colour scheme is not only striking but is lined with comfortable cotton-jersey. I really like the ruffles at the back of the lace top, which is a pretty touch.

Mei was thoughtful enough to throw in a matching headband as well, just for ‘the fun of it’, which Little E absolutely loves. Thanks, Mei!

J in Mini Shatsu

On J: CEO Tee (SGD$31.20) and Herringbone Pants (SGD$33.60)

For J, I picked out this supercool tee and 3/4 trousers from Mini-Shatsu. J really liked the tee, with it’s tie appliqué, pocket and vest (which really buttons up in front!), and I think the cargo-style trousers give him a cute Hobbit look! I appreciate the fact that the trousers are lined with cotton-terry which wicks away sweat from active little legs.

I actually find it quite difficult to buy trousers for J from online stores, because he has such a slim, tall frame that he can only wear trousers that come with a specific type of belted, adjustable elastic waistband and most online web stores fail to fully describe their clothes. Not so with Itsy Bitsy Me – Mei takes the trouble to write loads of very helpful descriptive detail including advice on the cut and fit of the clothes, so I was absolutely confident in what I was buying! In fact, the quality of the clothes really exceeded my expectations.

I couldn’t resist picking out a new dress for Little E, also from the Mustard Pie collection on Itsy Bitsy Me. It was the combination of pink and grey as well as the unusual mix of fabrics and patterns that attracted me to this deceptively simple dress. I think the detachable rosette belt might double up as a cute headband as well! Once Little E put it on, she was so reluctant to take it off that I let her wear it for the rest of the day – and she stayed cool and fresh in it, despite running around in it all over the place!

I also chose this Stella Industries Starlet dress for Little E which I am saving for a very special occasion later this year. It is so gorgeous in real life – a deep midnight blue with silvery sparkles all over it – and reminds me of the night sky. The reason why I don’t have a picture of Little E in it is because I’ve hidden it away for now (otherwise she will be begging to wear it ALL THE TIME).

I normally avoid “ballerina princess”-type dresses because they tend to be polyester-lined and the tons of fluffy tulle can become rather hot and scratchy to wear, especially in Singapore weather. However, this dress features a seamless, super-soft 100% cotton-jersey lining and will be utterly comfortable. Plus at the bargain price of a mere SGD$42.50, it’s a real steal!

(By the way, you will notice that all the clothes I chose are from the Itsy Bitsy Me sale section! This is because I find it very difficult to pass up an awesome bargain. Heehee.)

Right now, Itsy Bitsy Me is running a special New Year’s Promotion from now until the 19th February 2015 with 20% off regular priced apparel (with the discount code MC20) and an extra 10% off the purchase of any 2 items instore (including the sale section – with the discount code FB10). So, if you are looking for some very special party outfits for Chinese New Year for a special little person, you should definitely check it out,

A bonus for Owls Well Readers: Itsy Bitsy Me is very kindly sponsoring a giveaway of one SGD$10 shopping voucher for TWO lucky Owls Well Readers!

To take part in this giveaway:

  1. Be a fan of the Owls Well Facebook page
  2. Like and share this Facebook Photo and tag a friend – make sure your post is public!
  3. Visit Itsy Bitsy Me and leave a comment below telling me your favourite outfit from the store, as well the name of your Facebook account that you used to like and share the page. Don’t forget to include your email address! (If you would like to send me the email address privately, leave a comment for the other answers, then email me at 4owlswell [at] gmail [dot] com)

(Giveaway is open worldwide and will end on 22nd January 2015. Winners will be picked via Random.org – just make sure you complete all 3 easy steps!)

Good Luck!

P.S. Check out this post about shopping at Itsy Bitsy Me over at Life’s Tiny Miracles – and do join in the giveaway there too!

(update: This giveaway is now closed and the winners have been contacted via email – thanks for playing!)

Happy Feet: Review of be*U shoes (and a discount code!)

During our recent visit to London, I was dithering over which shoes to bring with us when luxury bespoke shoe brand, be*U, offered give us each a pair of their handmade shoes!

I personally think that it is very important to have a good, comfortable, well-made pair of shoes, especially for children. I am extremely fussy when it comes to footwear as the feet not only contain 25% of the body’s collected bone mass, but are also responsible for absorbing the impact of pressure exerted on the body during movement.

For children, shoes need to protect tender little feet from sharp or cold objects, yet remain flexible and soft, allowing the feet to have the freedom to develop normally. Additionally, a good non-skid sole is necessary to help the shoes wear well and prevent falls.

This is why, in our household, our shoes are often the most pricey pieces in our wardrobe, as the Barn Owl and I insist on high quality shoes that can last a long time and are comfortable enough for us to be able to walk in them all day.

On the go for miles and miles

On the go for miles and miles

I was really impressed with be*U shoes – the kids and I walked all over London in these shoes, and our feet were perfectly happy at the end of the day – no blisters, redness or soreness…and not a single complaint from the kids about sore feet!

To start off, the shoes are made from buttery soft leather, have nice rounded edges and come in several different widths which mean that you get a perfectly customised fit. The insole is well-cushioned and has good arch support, and is also made from soft, breathable leather that keeps the feet cool and dry even during exertion.

Additionally, the leather of the shoe is hand stitched with a wax-coated line thread which does not unravel and is perfectly smooth on the inside. There are no loose threads or rough surfaces inside the shoe that rub and cause blisters, and when my kids walked through puddles, there was no seepage of water into the shoe!

I particularly like the stiffener at the heel counter and the slightly higher cut at the back of the shoe – this holds the foot firmly to increase protection and provides good heel and ankle support, but also gives that extra room for people who require special orthotic shoe inserts!

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Happy feet in matching shoes

I was not at all surprised to find out that the innovative design of these shoes has led Professor Hsu – the Taiwanese inventor responsible for roller shoes for kids and co-founder of be*U – to win the French i’Nov Innovation Gold Award in 2008! Professor Hsu’s wife, Chen Cho-Yun, the other c0-founder of be*U, is the responsible for the aesthetics of the shoe and her extensive experience in fashion, art and product design is behind the incredible range of 600 motifs used in this bespoke range of shoes.

There were so many different colours and motifs to choose from (especially if you are looking for a mother-daughter set!), as well as a range of leather choices available, so I had a really hard time making a decision. (More than 360 000 possible permutations of shoes?! HOWEVER WILL I SURVIVE.)

We chose the ‘Burgers and Milk’ design on a brown base, which I thought was super cute and quirky, and would look great for both boys and girls. When the kids received their shoes, they could not wait to put them on straightaway. J in particular was very excited by his new shoes, exclaiming, “It’s like I’m wearing a happy meal on my feet!”, and even Little E was impressed by how soft the shoes were, saying “They feel smoooooooooth for my feeeeets.”

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We received so many compliments on our matching shoes when we were on holiday!

The shoes themselves are much more expensive than what I would normally chose to pay for quality  shoes for my kids, with prices ranging from SGD$138 to $208. However, if you are looking for a very special, unique gift for a child (or lady!)  in your life, these would make a great present…and you can even have them personalised. I think that a first pair of shoes embossed with the toddler’s name, birth date, length and weight, would make an absolutely brilliant, heirloom quality gift.

A special for Owls Well Readers: For a 20% discount off any pair of be*U shoes, just quote ‘Owls Well Blogs’ from now until 31st July 2014 when ordering the shoes online. You can browse designs and colours on the be*U Facebook page  or the be*U instagram page and then place your order by emailing order@beushoes.com or via private message on the be*U Facebook page.

P.S. To see our shoes in action all over London, check out our video.

Online Shopping with Paley & Love (plus a giveaway and discount code!)

When I was growing up, I had a large collection of Barbies that were either given to me as presents or handed down from my older cousins, but I never really understood how to play with them. My friends who came over on play dates had much more fun with them than I did, and I would watch them uncomprehendingly as they dressed the dolls up and fussed with their hair. I was much more interested in pulling off the dolls’ heads to see what was inside. [1]

Now, however, I have TWO LIVING DOLLS of my own and I love dressing the both of them up! Every piece that I purchase for J and Little E has to be extra-special in one way or another – mostly because I look for heirloom quality clothes that will last more than one generation.

However, I hardly ever shop at the local brick-and-mortar stores in Singapore because I don’t really have the time or the inclination to drag the kids round the malls, or the budget to afford some of the really classy clothes in the shop windows. Additionally, I want my children to stand out and not be wearing the same clothes as everyone else.

This is why I tend to buy most of the children’s clothes overseas (usually from the UK) during sale season or from online retailers who carry a carefully curated selection.

Like myself, May (one of the two homegrown mum-preneurs behind the new online children’s clothing store, Paley & Love) is also very particular about the clothes she buys for her kids, looking for high quality materials and cool designs, but she also does not want to spend a bomb on clothes that will soon be outgrown. Between working long hours in the office and trying to be there for her two boys, the only time that May had a chance to do any shopping was from blogshops during the morning commute. This is why she decided to start her own online retail store, carrying only stylish yet affordable children’s clothes that she would be proud to dress her kids in!

I was really excited when May contacted me and gave me the opportunity to choose some gorgeous togs for J and Little E from Paley & Love! The shop updates once a fortnight, so there were so many lovely pieces to choose from. Here’s what we ended up with:

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On J: Dark Blue with White Polka Dots Long/Roll Up shirt (SGD$29.90). On Little E: Tri-colour Shift Dress (SGD$32.90).

J really likes his polka dot shirt, which I think will also be a great piece for Little E in the future! I really like the contrasting pocket and the mandarin collar. The sleeves can also be worn long which is great for J because he often gets cold in air-conditioned places. This shirt really does wash well and it is very easy to iron!

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Box-pleats and embroidery!

Little E’s Tri-colour shift dress is really gorgeous – the style of the dress with bolts of colour hidden within the pleats as well as the embroidery along the hem, reminded me of the rosemaling and pleating of the Norweigan style garments in Disney’s Frozen. It’s very versatile too – I think it would look cute with a long sleeved teeshirt underneath and tights!

I would recommend that this dress be pre-washed separately as the colour does bleed a little bit on the first few washes.

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Silver Plane Tee (SGD$19.90)

J chose this cool tee-shirt by himself! The silver foil plane is very shiny and stands up well to repeated washes. The tee-shirt itself is a very soft cotton, which is light and thin – very nice for our summer weather. I personally prefer a thicker cotton which I feel will hold its shape, but my son really likes the airiness of this tee-shirt.

Little E also chose a dress for herself – the Calliart Ink dress that you can see in the picture below.

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Calliart Ink dress (SGD$32.90)

This is a very pretty cream coloured dress, with a lovely print of flowers and butterflies all over it. I especially like the tie at the back which can be adjusted to give a more customised fit or loosened so that the dress can be worn pinafore-style.

Paley & Love ships both locally and internationally, and there is free local shipping for orders above SGD $80! May’s fussiness when it comes to clothes is definitely in your favour, as she scrutinises every piece that enters and leaves her hands, making sure that there are no stains or marks on them. This means that your order is sure to reach you in great condition.

Bonus for Owls Well Readers: Paley & Love has offered an exclusive discount code for all Owls Well Readers! Just enter the code PaleyMA at checkout to enjoy 10% off anything in store. (Promotion code is valid until 30th April 2014)

Paley & Love is also generously sponsoring a giveaway of $20 worth of shopping vouchers for FIVE Owls Well Readers! Hurrah!

To take part in the Giveaway just:

  1. Be a fan of the Owls Well Facebook page
  2. Be a fan of the Paley & Love Facebook page
  3. Like and share this Facebook photo and tag a friend – make sure your post is public!
  4. Leave a comment below telling me what you look for in choosing clothes for your kids and the name of your Facebook account that you used to like the page. Don’t forget to include your email address! (If you would like to send me the email address privately, leave a comment for the other answers, then email me at 4owlswell [at] gmail [dot] com)

(Giveaway is open worldwide and will end on 30th April. Winners will be picked via Random.org – just make sure you complete all 4 easy steps!)

Good luck!

 (edit: The winners have been emailed! Thanks for playing!)


1. Conclusion: Barbie is an airhead.