Win It: $50 Gift Card from Purl Lamb
While shopping for baby clothes, if there’s an outfit with a cute hood on the rack, it’s bought. There’s just something so undeniably cute about a baby in a hoodie. Maybe it’s the snuggly texture of a comfy outfit, or the look of their adorable chubby baby cheeks and big eyes peeking out, or the simple ease of throwing on no-fuss clothing, but whatever it is – we want it all! Which is exactly why we want everything Purl Lamb has to offer!
Purl Lamb – “The Hoodie Company” – was created to not only provide comfortable clothing for babies and children, but to spark creativity and capture the spirit of childhood. Purl Lamb’s trademarked designs feature hoodies, sweats, jumpers, shorts, and sleeveless hoodies in an array of colors and fun prints. Some hoodies even feature added designs such as dino scales or animal ears.
From infants to young children, Purl Lamb has clothing that not only your child will love, but you will too! Today, one lucky reader will win a $50 gift card from Purl Lamb to complete their little one’s wardrobe. Details below.
One Daily Mom will win one (1) $50 gift card from Purl Lamb. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Entries can be earned by signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter, visiting social media sites, and following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!
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Stephanie is a military wife, currently residing in New York, and mama of two exceptionally curious kiddos – a rugged pint-size princess and a toddling Evel Knievel-in-training – and one sweet, easy going baby boy. When she isn’t exploring the family’s newest dwellings, running trails, farmers’ markets, and playgrounds, she spends her down time working from home, feverishly correcting “textspeak” in her college students’ essays as an adjunct English instructor for a local community college. Her passion for writing and photography can be found at Stephanie High Photography on facebook