This has been the coldest, wettest, snowiest, and iciest winter I’ve experienced since living in Knoxville. We’ve lived here for over 15 years and it’s the worst winter, yet. I hope it’s the worst I’ll ever experience. See, I don’t like cold weather. I only like one good snow a year… build a snow wo(man), do a little sledding, and I’m over it.
Now we have only had one snow (so far) this winter, but we have had a lot of rain, and as I type this we are in the midst of an ice storm. Just two weeks ago it was in the 70s and next Tuesday it is suppose to be in the 60s.
Seriously crazy weather. The kind that keeps everyone in the house — to go stir crazy. I only have one son, so it’s not AS bad as it is for my sister-in-law, for example. She has three boys.
I told her about BabbaBox. So she can escape the indoor blues with awesome adventures from BabbaCo. My s-i-l always encourages imaginative play among her boys, so BabbaBox is perfect for her.
BabbaBox is a subscription craft box delivered to your home each month. Everything is included in the box to create crafts and fun activities, so that you don’t have to go out shopping for all the things you need. The supplies and ideas are done for you… nice, right?
The boxes are based on a different theme each month and are geared towards 3-7 year old kids. If you have children in this age range don’t miss out on this great opportunity!
Sign up for BabbaCo’s Newsletter and you’ll be entered to win an awesome prize package:
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- $50 Gift Card from Shutterfly
Additionally, BabbaCo is running a very special “Cure to the Indoor Blues” offer right now:
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Just use the Coupon Code: FEB33 at checkout.
Disclosure: Thank you Babbaco for sponsoring this discussion. As always all opinions are 100% my own.
Donna is a Professional Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, Freelancer, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.