Cute Kids’ Sayings [A GIVEAWAY]

So just the other day, I was telling my husband some hilarious thing that Jael said [she is seriously the funniest kid ever] and saying that I needed to just buy a little notepad to jot down our daily “Jael-isms.” ;) Well, you could imagine my EXCITEMENT when I found out about Paper Coterie’s new Quotable book. Its so so easy to customize with your child’s pictures and is small so you can bring it with you everywhere. Here is what they have to say about the new book:

How many times have you wished you could remember the silly, insightful, creative, and touching things said by a child? Quotable, a creative and interactive book, is perfect for documenting the things children say and you always want to remember. Personalize your book with up 19 photos and keep it handy. Printed on premium, uncoated, 100% recycled fiber paper, Quotable is a beautiful and simple way to record quotes while they’re fresh and treasure them for years to come.

Seriously, one of the best ideas ever! So, of course, I quickly hopped on and made mine ;) It seriously can’t come soon enough! :)

And I am SO excited to share with you that I am partnering with Paper Coterie to give away ONE FREE QUOTABLE BOOK! I am so excited to get mine and am SUPER excited for one of you to win one! :) Make sure to follow the instructions with the Rafflecopter giveaway box…you can enter up to four times! Giveaway ends August 27, 2012 at midnight EST.


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  1. Jessica says

    What a cool idea and I have quite the quotable little blondie at home that this would be perfect for. :) Recently, my toddler has been calling everything she disapproves of “ridiculous!.”

  2. says

    Right now my son is going around singing “Why Does The Sun Shine” by They Might Be Giants, so he keeps saying “the sun is a mass of incandescent gas!”. Which is really funny since he’s not even 3 years old yet.

  3. kali bailey says

    such a great idea! i think tanner says something daily that I think I should remember!

  4. Tawnya S says

    My 3 year old son (who has been learning his letters in preschool) asked my husband what a u-turn is. After he described it my son explained that it is an n-turn. Where do they come up with this stuff?

  5. says

    my daughter, Presley, came into the bathroom while i was putting on my make-up and said, “Mommy! You look just like Daddy without your make-up on!”



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