|Zoey's Attic Personalized Shirts and Gifts|
Friday, November 30, 2012
Well, it's officially the last day of November and I have accomplished nothing at all for the Holidays. No decorations up, no baking done, no presents have been bought, no holiday cards have been sent..not even signed nor addressed for that matter! So much to do, but in the meantime we have several December birthdays in the family that must be celebrated first! My focus is on the birthday kids for now. So instead of Happy Holidays and Happy New Year, it's Happy Birthday for some of my favorite little nieces and nephews! I'm loving the personalized tees and bags from Zoey's Attic and I know the kiddos would love them too. I especially love Zoey's dinosaur shirts and my niece is a huge fan of Sue, the dinosaur. Ever since she saw Sue at the Field Museum in Chicago my niece has been enamored with her, the best preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex ever! So I'm getting this adorable shirt and having it customized by removing the "Big Sister" text and replacing it with my niece's and Sue's names and adding a few colorful hairbows too. Then I have a nephew turning two and he is a lover of trucks, all trucks! His favorite truck is the fire truck. Zoey's Attic has just the tee for him too. I'll have the "Big Brother" text changed to Birthday Boy and it will be the perfect gift for my sweet little nephew! So no matter whether you are birthday shopping or holiday shopping, be sure to check out Zoey's Attic! I'm sure you will find just the perfect gift for everyone in the family!
Sunday, November 18, 2012
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Tuesday, November 06, 2012
|Personalized Thanksgiving Day Shirts|
Thanksgiving is observed in the United States on the fourth Thursday of November each year. This year's celebration will take place on November 22nd. I have always loved Thanksgiving since I was a small child. Preparations began on Thanksgiving Eve when I would help my mom make her special stuffing for the turkey. My job was to toast the four loaves of bread needed to make the dressing. The toasted bread would then be torn into small cubes and simmered in herbs and spices. Onions, celery, and sausage would be added to make the best turkey dressing ever! The mouthwatering smell would permeate the house all night long and into the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day. What could possibly be better than watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade while snuggled on the couch in my pj's and savoring the smell of the turkey roasting in the oven? Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins would begin to arrive in the late afternoon for a large family gathering and shared meal. Oh such special memories of times past! Everyone would dress in adorable Thanksgiving attire and heartwarming family stories would be told... some old, some new. Some Thanksgiving Day celebrations even included the joyous news that a new little turkey would be joining the family! Wishing everyone of a memorable day of Thanks!
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