Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Western Chief Kids Review/Giveaway



Let it Rain, Let it Shine!

The way kids look at puddles, the wetter the better!

When the rain rolls in Western Chief Kids colorful and fanciful rain gear will keep them happy and dry.


There is something magical about the bond kids form with our characters. Once a kid puts on a pair of Western Chiefs they will never want to take them off, not even at bedtime!

With Western Chief Kids boots and accessories, no matter what the weather, they will be able to wear their beloved characters.... and a big smile.



 So I don't know about where you live, but here in WV we have been getting a crazy amount of rain this summer. More thunderstorms than I remember in a long time, and in all honesty I love it! My husband and I love to sit and watch the storms and when its not storming, just rain I love to get out and play in it with my kids ;-) However, the one thing I don't like is it seems that everyday I plan to go out grocery shopping or running other errands it is raining, and I don't like running around in it. Especially with the kids, its just too hard to keep them dry and comfy. This year Western Chief Kids came to my rescue for my oldest boy.

 We were sent the Dinosaur Rainboots and Raincoat to try out. My son loves them!!! The day they arrived he did not want to take them off! He actually wore them to bed! It was too cute! And...he wore them everywhere else we went. , whether it was to my parents house or out to dinner with friends he HAD to wear them!





  As you can see he loves to wear these in the sun and the rain! ;-) The boots are great for jumping in puddles, they keep his feet perfectly dry! Just last week he was able to give the jacket a good try. My mom had showed up for a visit and it started pouring down rain right as she pulled in so she was sitting in her vehicle waiting, I asked him if he wanted to take her an umbrella, so we got him dressed in his gear and he ran out to her.


   He came back in completely dry, except for his little legs which he had uncovered. Even on the way back in when he didn't have the umbrella, the hood on his jacket kept his head dry.

  We love these items and I will definitely be going to Western Chief Kids in the coming years for my kids rain gear. They have such cute options which makes them fun for the kids to wear, and my son says they are so comfy, he wants to wear them all the time! You can purchase their items online and one of you will win a pair of rain boots for a kiddo in your life. You can choose from one of the 4 options pictured below.


  Just fill out the entry form below. I will leave this open until Wednesday August 22nd. Good Luck!!






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12 comments:

  1. Rainy days are a great time for homemade popcorn and movies

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  2. I love snuggling on the couch and watching movies with my kiddos when it's raining! However, since we've moved to Las Vegas, our favorite thing to do is go out and PLAY in the rain :)

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  3. My daughter is only 19 months old, so if the rain is light enough, she loves getting to go out in it. She is still at the point where she can't understand why there's water falling on us outside and it's really fun to watch her.

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  5. I shared on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/mypadawans/posts/268669189909259
    -Heather S

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  6. I shared on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sreis1987/posts/403422969720342

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  7. Favorite rainy day activity is baking cookies and snuggling with the family watching movies!

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  8. Coloring in coloring books!

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  9. FB share - https://www.facebook.com/mypadawans/posts/356721231069717
    Heather S

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  11. Rainy days are cozy days.. And pensacola is usually rainy..

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  12. Favorite rainy day activity is napping...if only my daughter agreed!

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