Paul Sadler Swimland Giveaway!

~Disclaimer- This post was sponsored by Paul Sadler Swimland, and features an AWESOME giveaway for Victorian and Townsville residents ~

When Milla was about six months old, we packed up our little unit in the ‘burbs, and made the big sea-change down to the Mornington Peninsula. We feel so blessed that we are able to raise Milla in such a beautiful place, where the sand and the sea are her playground.

Swimland Giveaway

Milla has grown up around water, and from a young age has adored splashing around in the shallows. Now that she is getting a bit older, she is becoming more adventurous. Last Summer we bought her a floaty ring, and her and her Daddy would go out a bit deeper, and she loved floating around, bobbing on the waves.

Although both her father and I are very conscious of water safety, and she is always under our direct supervision, the best skills we can give our little people around water is teaching them water awareness, safety and how to swim.

Paul Sadler Swimland commenced operation in 1972, and now has 12 swim schools across Victoria, and one in Townsville, Queensland. Classes begin from 4 months old; with Mum or Dad in the pool, focusing on water awareness, mobility and safety, and continue right up to the option of joining the Swimland Swim Club and competing in swim meets, if that is your passion.

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The younger children are given a ‘Swordy Aquatic Development’ chart, and each new skill a child acquires, is celebrated with a sticker. And I think we all know, stickers to toddlers is what sleep is to parents- PRICELESS ;)

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As the children move up levels and become more independent, each new skill is celebrated as a ‘personal best’, with a range of incentives to keep your little swimmer motivated and eager to learn.

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Paul Sadler Swimland offers free assessments, from 4 months right up to adults, so you can be assured that everyone is placed in a class that meets their needs, and skill level.

You can find out more information about Paul Sadler Swimland by visiting their website www.paulsadlerswimland.com, where you can find your nearest location as well as more details on each of their programs.  Paul Sadler Swimland can also be found on Facebook here.

In May this year, Paul Saddler Swimland are celebrating their 10 millionth swim, and they would love to include The Hesitant Housewife readers in the celebration!

One lucky reader has the chance to win a free term of swimming lessons at their nearest Paul Sadler Swimland location, valued at $210!

PLUS 10 runners up will receive a Paul Sadler Swimland swim pack, containing goggles and a towel, valued at $46. 

To enter, simply ‘Like’ the Paul Sadler Swimland Facebook page, and The Hesitant Housewife Facebook page, by following the prompts below. For a bonus entry, leave a comment on this post telling me what you or your child’s favourite water activities are. Competition closes ~ 12am EST, Thursday 15th of May.

Terms and Conditions~

    • This competition is open only to residents of Victoria and Queensland, due to the location of the Paul Sadler Swimschools.
    • This competition runs from 7th of May   to 15th of May.
    • The winner (s) of this competition shall be drawn randomly using the ‘Rafflecopter’ application.
    • Winner will be announced on the blog {The Hesitant Housewife} the day after the giveaway has closed, and will be contacted by email. The winner needs to reply within 3 days to claim prize otherwise prize will be re-drawn.
    • Prizes are not redeemable for cash.
    • Prizes is not transferable.
    • The Promoter is not responsible for prizes once they have been dispatched to the winner.

Good Luck!!

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO KRISTY O. THE WINNER OF A FREE TERM OF SWIMMING LESSONS AT PAUL SADLER SWIMLAND!
Thank you to everyone who entered.

Sand Play {Bonus Peppa Pig Giveaway}

I don’t mean to alarm anyone, but the Easter School Holidays are mere weeks away. In previous years, I’ve not really been affected. Milla was home all day, every day, 365 days of the year. However, this year is different. Milla has started Early Intervention, 3 year old kinder and we have our special needs play/support group. All of which break for the school holidays… See where I’m going with this?!

In preparation for two weeks at home, in Melbourne, where the weather is perfect one day, torrential rain the next, Milla and I have been playing with an activity which is crazy easy to put together, once you have the basics.

Sand Play.

I know right, sooo simple. Because I like to buy new things (!) I bought a fancy tray with a lid, and a toolbox to keep all the odds and ends together, but seriously, a $2 cat litter tray from the supermarket and some empty marg containers would do the exact same job. Add a bag of play sand from the local hardware shop, and you’re good to go. (make sure it is play sand as building sand is treated with different chemicals) Everything else we found around the house.

The thing I love about this activity, is that it’s so versatile. Have some toy animals? It’s a jungle!

Have some blocks, toy cars and doll house (or lego) people? It’s a city!

If the weather is nice, it can be lead into with a treasure hunt outside; feathers, rocks, gravel, shells, gumnuts. A little mini beast world (in my house with very, very fake ‘mini beasts’, but if real bugs are your thing, go for it!) or, as Milla created today, a little fairy village.

It’s an activity that is literally as limitless as your imagination.

Because my head is constantly in ‘early intervention’ mode, I also love that it can be used as a developmental tool. Playing along side Milla, I see her enjoying the sensory experience of touching the sand, both wet and dry. She runs dry sand through her fingers, so it ‘rains’ on the animals. She builds sand castles with the wet sand for the fairies to live in.

We ‘role play’ with the little people; working on language, social skills and imagination.

The other day, Milla decided to have a tea party, and made cakes and pancakes with the wet sand, and poured cups of tea with the dry sand.

You could add cups and jugs, to do pouring and measuring (early maths skills anyone?) or little toy diggers and bulldozers to make a construction site. There are probably a million other ideas that I haven’t even thought of yet! I have a feeling Pinterest will be getting a workout these holidays…

Never fear, if you are still looking for ideas to keep the little  darlings happy for the holidays, Peppa Pig would love to help…

No? You don’t want to send the kids out to jump in muddy puddles?

In that case, you may prefer to enter this giveaway instead

Peppa is a lovable, cheeky little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa loves playing games, dressing up, visiting exciting places and making new friends, but her absolutely favourite thing is jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Her adventures always end happily with loud snorts of laughter. Here’s your chance to win the ultimate Peppa Pig collection, valued at $40 – just in time to celebrate Easter and the holiday season! Check out even more new and exciting products now instore at www.Bigw.com.au. For more info, visit peppapig.com.au I facebook.com/officialpeppapig.au

For your chance to win ~

  • Peppa Pig Wooden Dominoes valued at $16.99
  • Peppa Backpack valued at $19.99

Peppa Pig Easter Treat (Easter product may vary)

Please follow the prompts below, and leave a comment “What activities do you and your children enjoy on the school holidays?”

Competition closes 12am EDST on the 25th of March 2014.

Good Luck!

 

Sand Play {Bonus Peppa Pig Giveaway}

I don’t mean to alarm anyone, but the Easter School Holidays are mere weeks away. In previous years, I’ve not really been affected. Milla was home all day, every day, 365 days of the year. However, this year is different. Milla has started Early Intervention, 3 year old kinder and we have our special needs play/support group. All of which break for the school holidays… See where I’m going with this?!

In preparation for two weeks at home, in Melbourne, where the weather is perfect one day, torrential rain the next, Milla and I have been playing with an activity which is crazy easy to put together, once you have the basics.

Sand Play.

I know right, sooo simple. Because I like to buy new things (!) I bought a fancy tray with a lid, and a toolbox to keep all the odds and ends together, but seriously, a $2 cat litter tray from the supermarket and some empty marg containers would do the exact same job. Add a bag of play sand from the local hardware shop, and you’re good to go. (make sure it is play sand as building sand is treated with different chemicals) Everything else we found around the house.

The thing I love about this activity, is that it’s so versatile. Have some toy animals? It’s a jungle!

Have some blocks, toy cars and doll house (or lego) people? It’s a city!

If the weather is nice, it can be lead into with a treasure hunt outside; feathers, rocks, gravel, shells, gumnuts. A little mini beast world (in my house with very, very fake ‘mini beasts’, but if real bugs are your thing, go for it!) or, as Milla created today, a little fairy village.

It’s an activity that is literally as limitless as your imagination.

Because my head is constantly in ‘early intervention’ mode, I also love that it can be used as a developmental tool. Playing along side Milla, I see her enjoying the sensory experience of touching the sand, both wet and dry. She runs dry sand through her fingers, so it ‘rains’ on the animals. She builds sand castles with the wet sand for the fairies to live in.

We ‘role play’ with the little people; working on language, social skills and imagination.

The other day, Milla decided to have a tea party, and made cakes and pancakes with the wet sand, and poured cups of tea with the dry sand.

You could add cups and jugs, to do pouring and measuring (early maths skills anyone?) or little toy diggers and bulldozers to make a construction site. There are probably a million other ideas that I haven’t even thought of yet! I have a feeling Pinterest will be getting a workout these holidays…

Never fear, if you are still looking for ideas to keep the little  darlings happy for the holidays, Peppa Pig would love to help…

No? You don’t want to send the kids out to jump in muddy puddles?

In that case, you may prefer to enter this giveaway instead

Peppa is a lovable, cheeky little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa loves playing games, dressing up, visiting exciting places and making new friends, but her absolutely favourite thing is jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Her adventures always end happily with loud snorts of laughter. Here’s your chance to win the ultimate Peppa Pig collection, valued at $40 – just in time to celebrate Easter and the holiday season! Check out even more new and exciting products now instore at www.Bigw.com.au. For more info, visit peppapig.com.au I facebook.com/officialpeppapig.au

For your chance to win ~

  • Peppa Pig Wooden Dominoes valued at $16.99
  • Peppa Backpack valued at $19.99

Peppa Pig Easter Treat (Easter product may vary)

Please follow the prompts below, and leave a comment “What activities do you and your children enjoy on the school holidays?”

Competition closes 12am EDST on the 25th of March 2014.

Good Luck!

She’s The Cat’s Pyjamas. {Review and Giveaway}

*This post features products I was gifted to review. Also, an awesome giveaway at the end. Added bonus blooper reel ;) *

Quite a few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to receive some goodies to review from Stuck On You. Some gorgeous personalised pyjamas from their personalised clothing range and a personalised wall canvas. It was a week or two before we were moving house, so I decided to save them as a special surprise to go with Milla’s new bedroom.

I was quite worried about how she would adapt to the new house. Children on the autism spectrum often struggle with changes to their environments and routines. Milla is particularly structured around her bath/bed routine, so I thought some special new pj’s might help ‘sweeten the deal’ in the new house.

Stuck On You personalised pj's.Stuck On You personalised pj's.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stuck On You personalised pj's.As you can see from that grin, my plan worked! She was so excited about her ‘Milla’ pj’s that it was almost impossible to get her to stay still for a photo! Which did make for a hilarious ‘blooper reel’…

Stuck on you personalised pj'sThe first thing Milla said in the morning when she got out of bed was “I got pretty clothes on”. I think it’s safe to say they got her stamp of approval!

As with all of the Stuck on You products, I was able to choose the colour, design and type of font, and preview it on the website before ordering.

close upI chose the short sleeve personalised  top, the long sleeve personalised top, and the matching personalised pyjama long pants. They also have matching short pj pants too. The pj pants feature the name and design on the back pocket.

Stuck on you personalised pj pantsStuck on You personalised pj pants previewWhat I love most about the pyjamas is how soft the fabric is. I’ve washed these a few times now, and they still feel really soft and smooth. Another awesome feature is that the care/washing instructions are printed inside the clothes, so that there is no annoying tag to worry about. Milla hates tags, and makes me cut them off everything, leaving me with no idea how to wash them.

stuck on you labelWe are so keen on these pj’s, I think I will be buying some more sets for Summer. Milla asks to wear them every night, so we definitely need a few more pairs!

Stuck on you personalised canvasThe personalised wall canvas comes in two sizes; medium 300x300mm and small 200x200mm. I chose the small size, as I wanted it to hang on the outside of Milla’s bedroom door, and this size is perfect. Again, everything is fully customisable, with 25 designs to choose from making it super easy to coordinate with the decor of your child’s room. (The selections of designs offer heaps of choice for both girls and boys )

To check out the whole range that Stuck On You offer, you can visit their website at www.stuckonyou.com.au

You can also follow them on Facebook here and Twitter here.

Now, the exciting part! I have not one, but TWO $50 Stuck on You gift cards to giveaway!$50 voucherAll you have to do is follow the prompts below, and tell me what you would spend your $50 voucher on. Competition closes midnight (EDST) on Sunday the 3rd of November. Good luck!

Button Baby Giveaway in Support of Miracle Babies Foundation

I was recently approached to work with Button Baby; a boutique online store for babies, toddlers and their mums, who were interested in donating a portion of their sales in October to a charity which supports sick and premature babies.

Milla, born at 32 weeks.

As you know, my daughter Milla was born two months premature, so I suggested supporting the organisation Miracle Babies Foundation.

 

Miracle Babies Foundation supports premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them. They offer programs and resources to families and healthcare professionals, and provide vital support to parents during what can be a confusing and frightening time. You can find out more about the services Miracle Babies Foundation provide on their website http://www.miraclebabies.org.au/

Button Baby have very generously offered to donate 10% of all sales during the month of October to Miracle Babies Foundation.

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The Button Baby website features a beautiful range of quality products for babies and toddlers. They offer free gift wrapping, $8.90 next day delivery anywhere in Australia, and are experts at helping people select the perfect gift for the little ones in their lives. You can see the full range of products they offer on their website  http://www.buttonbaby.com.au/

Button Baby have also kindly offered a giveaway to one of The Hesitant Housewife’s lucky readers! 

Up for grabs is a gorgeous prize pack, worth $141.70, containing Aden and Anais four muslin swaddle wraps, Sleepy Wings, Hevea Pacifier Round, Alimrose Designs Stick Rattle Coco Bunny, Jellycat Bashful Bunny Cream Small, and a Mizzle Newborn Nightie Cloud.

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To enter, all you need to do is follow the prompts below. Competition closes at midnight EDST on Thursday the 17th of October. Good luck!

This is not a sponsored post,  I was not paid, nor have I received any products in return for writing this post. I am just happy to promote a company that is supporting a charity that personally means a lot to me.

Kmart Endless Days Of Play Giveaway

Last week I was invited to an event to celebrate the introduction of a new toy range from Kmart. The night before, I thought I’d have a look at Kmart’s new Facebook page. People were not happy. It seemed that Kmart had made the decision to no longer offer the mid year toy sales and six month Christmas layby. As what often happens via social media, people were whipped up in a frenzy. I was interested to see how it would be addressed the following day, and what the reasoning behind this decision would be.

KmartThe launch was hosted by Tracy Spicer, and featured the General Manager of Kmart, and the Kmart Head of Toys (coolest job EVER!)

There was a lot of discussion on the background of Kmart, the business, and changes that had been made to evolve with Australian consumers.

The important points that people want to know though, is why the change, and what’s in it for us (the consumers)?

  • Kmart conducted independent research with Australian consumers. 94% said they would prefer lower prices every day, rather than inflated prices year round to allow for half yearly sales.
  • Last year 30% of the Christmas 6 monthly laybys were returned by customers. Feedback was that children changed their minds in that six month period, and also that new toys were released in the months following the mid year toy sales.
  • Kmart has released a new range of quality toys, across all ages/developmental stages, that will remain at a fixed lower price than similar ranges from competitors, for the next six months.
  • Branded toys will still be available from Kmart, and if advertised at a cheaper price elsewhere, Kmart will match that price.
  • Kmart have committed to only working with factories that meet strict standards of safety and social compliance, and have signed The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.

Personally, I am happy with the changes that Kmart made. The “Endless Days of Play” campaign suits our family. I want to be able to purchase quality toys at a lower rate all year. Milla’s birthday is in October and she has lots of little friends with birthdays in the next six months. I want to know that I can walk into a store and purchase toys at an affordable price, every day of the year. Call me lazy, (because I am a little!) but I really don’t have the time or energy to plan my shopping around several different department stores, months in advance.

Of course, the most important question ~ “What about the children? Is anyone thinking about the children??”   What will our kids think of this new range of toys?

After the Kmart presentation, the curtains opened to reveal every child’s dream; a virtual toy shop where they could touch and play with EVERYTHING!

KmartAnd play they did!

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There is a huge range of toys, across all ages and interests.  The toys are made to compliment the big ‘branded’ toys, eg. The pink convertible car fits the Barbie brand doll, the building table fits the Leggo brand blocks etc. My personal favourites are the wooden toys. Gorgeous wooden doll houses, Noah’s Arc, train tables etc. To see the full range, you can view the Kmart Endless Days Of Play catalogue here.

Like what you see? Well, Kmart is giving you the opportunity to win a $150 voucher to celebrate the launch of the new range! To enter, please follow the prompts below, and comment on which toy from the Kmart Endless Days of Play catalogue you would have loved as a child.  Me? I would have loved the Roller Shoes. Why walk when you can skate right? (told you I was lazy!) 

Competition closes at midnight EST on Friday the 28th June. Good Luck!

*Disclaimer- I attended the launch of the Kmart Endless Days Of Play campaign/toy range, and Milla received a couple of toys from the new toy range as a gift. I was not requested, or under any obligation, to write a post, and all views, as always, are my own.*

Squeaky Clean {Review and Giveaway}

*This post features products I was gifted for review. Also, an awesome giveaway at the end. And a picture of Milla pulling THE BEST duckface *

I have always been a huge fan of the Brauer Natural Medicine range. The Colic Relief and the Teething Relief drops were absolute lifesavers when Milla was a baby, and I still use the Cold and Flu natural medicine for her now.

I was thrilled when I learned that Brauer have released a new line of Natural Baby skincare products, and jumped at the chance to review them. The entire range consists of :

  • Shampoo
  • Sleepytime Bath
  • Bath and Body wash
  • Soft skin lotion
  • Nappy balm
  • Massage Oil

For the past week I have been using the shampoo, Sleepytime Bath, Bath and Body wash and the massage oil. I have one sweet smelling, squeaky clean girl!

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Brauer Natural Baby

Probably about six months ago, Milla broke out in nasty eczema over her body, so we started using bath wash and shampoo for sensitive skin. In the last few weeks we bought a bubble bath, and noticed her skin was becoming quite dry and flaky again.

We have been using the Brauer Bath and Body wash and the Sleepytime Bath, alternating each day, for a week, then rubbing the massage oil on Milla’s torso after her bath every night, and the dry skin has completely cleared up! Her skin feels smooth and soft, I am really impressed that it worked so quickly.

When it came to testing the shampoo, I was a little nervous. Milla has long, slightly curly hair, and it can get knotty very easily.

Brauer Natural Baby

We had been using a combined shampoo and conditioner, so I wasn’t sure whether the Brauer Baby Shampoo would be able to keep Milla’s hair as smooth.

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^^^Getting this shot was no easy feat ^^^

The Blooper Reel
The Blooper Reel

I needn’t have worried, after Milla’s bath, her hair neatly combed through, not a single knot!  Brauer Natural BabyOverall, I was very happy with all the products I trialled. They work really well, are gentle on Milla’s sensitive skin, and smell absolutely DIVINE! They are made from honey, shea butter and paw paw and contain no petrochemicals. They also come in super cute packaging, and each product comes with a bonus rubber ducky!

Brauer Nutural BabyI will definitely keep using the Brauer Natural Baby range, and am going to purchase the body lotion to try out too.  I’m pretty confident it will be as good as the rest of the range.

To find out more about Brauer products, you can visit their website at www.brauer.com.au and also visit their Facebook page.

If you would like to purchase some Brauer Natural products for yourself, I have a 20% discount coupon for every reader to use at Woolworths, valid until the 16th of June. Simply click on the link below to download your coupon:

20% Off Brauer Natural Baby Range From Woolworths

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!

No, not a set of free steak knives, even better, Brauer are giving away to one lucky reader, a $250 gift hamper! The hamper contains a range of products from the Baby & Child, Detox, Paw Paw, Arnicaeze, Stress and Sleep range.

To enter, simply follow the prompts below. Competition closes midnight on Friday the 7th of June 2013.

Good Luck!

What’s In A Name? {Review and Giveaway}

*This post features products I was gifted to review. Also, an awesome giveaway at the end ;) *

It took me two months to name my cat. Before I picked her up as a kitten, I was going to call her Fern. Once I brought her home, I decided to call her Daisy. After a while I felt Daisy didn’t really feel ‘right’, so I eventually settled on Star. If I had that much trouble naming a cat, can you imagine the pressure I felt to actually name my child??

I had three baby naming books, and had bookmarked numerous baby name websites. I wanted something different, but not too different, unusual but not wacky. Something that was easy to spell and pronounce. Every name I considered, I would run through all the scenarios of nicknames and possible reasons for being teased at school.

I think it’s safe to say I was slightly obsessed. I would constantly text name possibilities to hubby at work. I had about five different lists on the go. I had to find the perfect name, after all, my child would have to live with it FOREVER. Oh, the pressure!! Ironically, the name we chose was not found in any of my books or websites. I was flicking through a trashy magazine one night, and saw an article on the actress Milla Jovovich. And there it was; Milla. I text it to hubby, he text back that he loved it. And we had our name!

I know a lot of people say they need to see their bub first before they can settle on a name, but for us, she was always Milla. I distinctly remember telling the nurses in the operating suite as they were performing the emergency c-section, “Her name is Milla”, it was so important for them to know who she was, she wasn’t just any tiny baby, she was my daughter, Milla.

The sign the nurses in NICU made for Milla's humidity crib.

The sign the nurses in NICU made for Milla’s humidity crib.

We still love her name (no changing it after we brought her home, unlike the poor cat!) so I was thrilled when I won a $50 voucher for Stuck On You recently, so I could order a fancy back pack with the name “Milla” on it. (Just in time for childcare!)

I loved the process of designing and ordering my bag on-line, and then the super fast postage, I received it within three days! The bag was gorgeous, and really high quality. I was so impressed, I contacted Stuck On You to thank them for great service, and also offered to review some of their other products on my blog.

It turns out that Stuck On You actually started from reviews from other mums.
The owner of the company invited 10 of her close friends over for lunch and gave them free labels in exchange for the addresses of ten of their friends. From that small beginning, starting through word of mouth, the company grew to what it is today!

They were more than happy to gift me some of their products to review, and share my thoughts with all of you, as well as providing a $50 gift voucher for me to give away, so a lucky reader can try the products out for themselves.

Ordering the products is actually half the fun, I love that the website www.stuckonyou.com.au allows you to preview exactly what your product will look like, including the name you are using, the colour and the design.

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Be prepared to spend ages switching between designs and fonts, finding the perfect match! (Or is that just me??)

The products I chose to review are the lunch pack, the library bag and the small pocket pencil case.

The lunch pack is great value, as it combines both the personalised lunchbox and drink bottle.

The best part about the lunch box is the size. I often find regular lunch boxes basically just fit a sandwich and not much else. These lunch boxes can fit a sandwich, and two large pieces of fruit. They would also fit things like little tubs of yogurt too. They are even big enough to fit single serve containers (the one in my example is a Tupperware one)

LunchboxOr, if you little one is like my daughter, and not so keen on food, it also holds plenty of little books too…;)

Lunchbox PlayThe lunch box is water repellent, and really easy  to wipe down if there are any leakages inside.

The drink bottle that comes in the lunch pack is 500ml, stainless steel, with a pop top and a flip over lid. Milla uses it for childcare, and I have had so many compliments on it! It’s super cute, and much better quality than the plastic ones we were using before.

Drink Bottle

I was very excited about the library bag, as previous we had just been using the dodgy bright yellow bag issued by the library, and honestly, every time I use it I’m holding my breath waiting for everything to fall out the bottom, it’s that flimsy. The Stuck On You bag is really strong, made from thick, sturdy material, with an easy wipe clean lining inside. (Because lets face it, kids are grotty little creatures!) It’s big too, fits heaps of books, even the quite large picture books.

Library Bag

Finally the the small pocket pencil case, a personalised pencil case which was just the right size for Milla’s pencils and crayons, with a little pocket on the front, where I keep the pencil sharpener. I would however recommend getting the large pocket pencil caseif your child will be using it at school, so things like a ruler etc will fit. The pencil case is made of the same sturdy material as the library bag, with the easy clean lining inside.

Pencil Case

Oh, and I forgot to mention the best part- Everything had Milla’s name on it! Of course, I chose pink, being my, I mean, Milla’s, favourite colour ;)   (Everything is also available in red or navy blue) and I chose Owls, as Milla loves anything ‘Hoot’ at the moment.

All in all, I was really impressed with the whole process. A fun, interactive website, extremely fast postage, and great quality products.

If you want to check out Stuck On You for yourself, you can find them here ~

Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. Or, of course, on their website, www.stuckonyou.com.au

To coincide with The Hesitant Housewife Facebook Page reaching 1000 likers, I am also running my first giveaway to celebrate!

I have a $50 Stuck On You voucher for one lucky reader to win!

$50 voucherFollow the prompts below, and leave a comment telling me how you chose your child’s (or pets!) name, or even what you think of the name chosen for you? Good luck! xx