The Christmas season is in full swing and you are probably overflowing with Christmas cheer…or not.
Maybe you are overwhelmed by organizing the third grade class gift. Or maybe you are floored by your kids’ Christmas list. Or maybe you are stressed out by your lack of time and skill to deck the halls, send cards, and whip up cookies for that Christmas cookie exchange party.
First, I invite you to revisit my favorite Christmas memories and posts from years past, listed below. All are sure to make you laugh and/or get in the Christmas spirit.
Second, I’m giving away a $10 Amazon.com gift code to one lucky reader that you can use in any way you choose. It’s my way of spreading Christmas cheer and saying thanks for reading. Read on for details.
The Posts of Christmas Past
This one time I thought it would be great to take my toddler daughter to meet Santa. Whoops.Speaking of my daughter, she and I both have December birthdays. It’s not as bad as people who DON’T have December birthdays believe. In fact, my What to Expect When You’re Expecting in December post about having a baby in December has become my most visited blog post ever.
And who can forget the epic American Girl ice skating outfit post? Mom, Dad, grandparents, aunts, and Santa were all involved in that SAGA trying to make my daughter’s American Girl holiday the best.
Not to be outdone, my son cracked me up a few years ago when he really, really, really wanted me to come to his class holiday party. (There’s an ulterior motive there, folks, that’s too good to be missed!)If you’re sick of me talking about my kids (really?!), then you’ll want to check out my other recent Christmas post on the songs that drive me bonkers, last year’s ode to those gals from Frozen, Elsa and Anna, or what I wanted on My Ultimate Mommy Wish List.
Christmas Cheer Giveaway
Would you like to win a $10 Amazon gift code? All you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment on this post. Tell me how long you’ve been reading (don’t worry, you won’t be punished if you’re a newbie), your favorite Experienced Bad Mom post, and a little bit about yourself. Where do you call home and what are you looking forward to or already enjoying this holiday season?
The giveaway is open for one week, until midnight, December 15, 2015. Random.org will pick a winner from the total number of comments. Sorry, the gift code is not usable outside the U.S. (My apologies to Kelly L. McKenzie, my Canadian blogging buddy)