Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Smart Knit Kids Seamless Sock Giveaway


I love to promote products that were created by moms after they've just had enough! That's the case with Smart Knit Kids Seamless Sensitivity Socks. The socks are created in the same way a caterpillar spins a cocoon in that they are started at the toe and work up to the ankle, but that's just the technical stuff.

The really good bits to know are that they don't bunch when you try to put your kids sock in the shoe, especially if they try to curl up their feet like Isabella does. Plus, there's no seems to "bug ya", there's a non-binding top, and there's a no heel design that keeps kids from out growing their socks so quickly. This means less socks that you have to buy and more money in your pocket. Everyone is happy! These socks also come in a variety of sizes and colors and are available in ankle, crew, and knee high sizes.

I've always had a problem getting Isabella's paws into her shoes because the socks bunched up. She has tons of cute shoes, because she's my daughter and I love me some shoes, but I usually gave up and either had her go out in just her socks because of the annoying bulges in the socks. These seamless socks are amazing. They just slide right into her pretty shoes.

Now for the fun stuff. Smart Knit Kids have generously offered not 1, not 2 but 3 pairs of socks to one of my readers. Here are the terms of entry.

Mandatory Entry

1. Be a public follower of my blog (1 entry)

Additional Entries

2. Visit Smart Knit Kids and tell me what you like about their website/product

3. Follow Smart Knit Kids on twitter by clicking HERE (1 entry)

4. Follow me on Twitter by clicking HERE (1 entry)

5. Vote for me on Top Mommy Blogs (1 entry)

6. Follow a Little Guy Blogger, you can find them under the tab Featured Blogger (1 entry per blog that you follow)

7. Blog about this giveaway (5 entries)

Leave one comment per entry and if your e-mail address isn't included in your profile, leave it in the mandatory entry. This contest will end at midnight on August 4th. Good luck ladies.

In keeping with current FTC standardsI was provided with a free sample of Smart Knit Kid Seamless Socks so that I would be able to provide my honest opinions. The thoughts expressed in this blog are solely mine and I stand behind their integrity.

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25 comments:

Jenny said...

I follow your blog!

Jenny said...

I like the no binding feature...Henry has chunky little legs and often gets pretty serious sock indents!

Jenny said...

I follow them on Twitter

Jenny said...

I follow you on Twitter

Jenny said...

I voted for you on TMB

Sarah said...

I'm a follower!

Megan said...

I am a follower

Megan said...

voted for u on tmb!

misssrobin said...

If only they'd been around when my kids were small.

This is just a comment to say it's wonderful that you help mom's discover something useful and help a mom creator get her idea out.

I'm not in the running, but good luck to all of the other ladies.

Kelli said...

I am a follower :)

Jolynna said...

Oh WHERE were these socks when my daughter was 4? I can't tell you how many agonizing mornings I had to endure her trying on every pair of socks in the drawer, stomping around the house in all kinds of girl drama, because the seam in the toe was just unbearable. lol. :)

Riannon said...

I follow your blog

Riannon said...

I have followed Smart Knit Kids for a while now and love the no seem socks. I hate seems and so does my little guy!

Delta K. said...

I wish I'd known about Smart Knit Kids socks when my daughter was in preschool and late to school OFTEN because of fusses over sock seams. The teachers learned not to be surprised when she'd arrive barefoot; I'd toss shoes and socks in the door, hand her over and say, "Good luck. See you in four hours." Then I'd head straight home for the Tylenol!
Tantrums are fewer now that she's almost 6 but we still waste a lot of $ on cute socks that "don't feel right." Her best friend's family probably never has to buy socks because we just keep passing our rejects to her!

mtendere said...

I follow your blog!

Shelley said...

I follow your blog. Email is Sassyfire77@yahoo.com

Shelley said...

I follow you on twitter.

Shelley said...

I also follow them on twitter. lol

Shelley said...

And I voted for you!

Shelley said...

As for what I like, well, what's not to like?! My daughter has an ASD and she has major issues with the feel of socks and trying to get them just right so she can't feel the "bunches". I also have a nephew who had issues with this as a child and these would have been wonderful. I think anything that makes life even a little bit easier for these kids and their families is a remarkable thing!!

Shelley said...

And I follow the little guy blog:Hoping for Hunter.

Angie said...

already following publicly. angiewith3 at live dot com

Angie said...

already following smartknitkids on twitter as @angiewith3
angiewith3 at live dot com

Angie said...

now following you on twitter as @angiewith3
angiewith3 at live dot com

Angie said...

voted for you on top mommy blogs. angiewith3 at live dot com

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