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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

TicklerTags Review and Giveaway....

As mom's we have so much going on that we sometimes forget things{some more than others}.  I know that it has rubbed off onto my son.
 I'll tell him, "Don't forget to hand in your homework!" Chucky says, "Okay!" When he comes home, it's still in his backpack. I ask him, "Chucky, why didn't you hand in your homework?" Chucky replies, "I forgot." So if you have this problem with the kids in your life, than you need TicklerTags.

TicklerTags are easy-to-use backpack reminder tags for your children's,
-After school atheletics and activities
-Doctor and dentist appointments
-Early release school days
-Joint-custody arrangements                                                 
-Fluctuating daycare arrangements
-Words of encouragement

“There has got to be a better way...”

After a day or two into her daughter's kindergarten debut, it became very apparent to TicklerTag developer, Nicole Budleski, the weekly schedule was a bit more stressful and complicated than she had anticipated. Mondays were violin lessons, which meant she picked up her daughter from school. Tuesdays were swim lessons, therefore her husband chauffeured that day. Wednesday afternoons were sometimes spent with Grandpa, which meant she would get picked up and shouldn't ride the bus. You get the picture.

In an effort to be organized yet manageable for her daughter, a simple system of interchangeable Activity and Transportation backpack tags were developed. Designed to accommodate readers and non-readers alike, the simple and iconic images used within the design of these cards proved to be a local hit. As Nicole shared her idea with friends, family and educators, the decision to share this product with other busy families seemed like something everyone could benefit from.

Until your children are old enough to have their own cell phones, TicklerTags are a simple solution to a complex day!

I received 5 TicklerTags, Grandma is picking you up today, Mom is picking you up today, You can do it, Good luck today, I love you with all my heart, and a blue carabiner to attach them to Chucky's backpack. Let me tell you they couldn't have come at a better time! Chucky was starting his CORE testing and so I hooked the Good luck today, and the I love you with all my heart TicklerTags to the carabiner and then to his backpack, he was more than happy to have them on there. Usually it's a fight to put a note of any sort on his backpack. If they don't have a tag that you need, don't worry- they have customized tags, which you can place a picture of your child and the activity in which you would like. I think that is a great way to let your children feel special about their activities and be more likely to use them!{not that-that will be a problem}

On this day I had him put all of them on his backpack to show that it doesn't matter if all 5 are on there at once, that they are going to fit perfectly and there is still room for more. So whether your child is just gettingpicked up after school, has an activity or needs to ride the bus, they will know it by just looking at their backpack!

Now for some VERY Exciting News, Nicloe has generously offered to give one lucky Ma21cuteboy reader their own TicklerTags!!
The winner will get (5) five standard TicklerTags and a carabiner in choice of color!

1. Go to TicklerTags.com, browse all of the tag options and tell me your five (5) favorite tags and carabiner color.

2. Become a follower of Ma21cuteboy{or state that you already do!}

Please leave your email address in your comment, or make sure it is in your blog profile!!

Entries will close on May 5th at 12:00 MT The winner will be chosen via random.org and be sent an email as well as posted on my blog. The winner will then have 24 hours to claim their prize or I will choose a new winner;{

*I was provided with a product to facilitate my review, the review opprotunity was provided to me by Mom Made That. The reviews expressed our my own and others' may be different*

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