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Mom’s Week and FREE Printable from Cotton Babies
May 12, 2012 5:47 am | by

In honor of Mother’s Day and all you fabulous mamas all over the world, we are excited to launch Cotton Babies Mom’s Week. We know, having an entire week devoted to being a mom sounds too good to be true, but it’s not!

We’re kicking off this seven-day celebration on May 12 and the party ends May 19, 2012. As part of Mom’s Week, we will have A TON of exclusive deals that won’t be advertised, so be sure to opt into our Moms Week email list to learn how you can save on some of your favorite products! We don’t want to spam you with unwanted e-mails during your celebration, so to participate in the Cotton Babies Mom’s Week sales, please click here. Be sure to select the “Cotton Babies Mom’s Week” box when updating your profile if you wish to receive these special sales offers.

To get you started on your week long celebration, we made a printable coloring page for you to share with your little ones. One of my favorite gifts ever was a page similar to this from a wise preschool teacher. Although my child was too little at the time to correctly draw a single letter, she asked them to “write” a letter to me. Then she asked them what they wrote and translated it in pen at the bottom of the paper. I will always cherish what my children have said about me at different points in their life, even the more humorous things they’ve had to say.

As they’ve grown, it’s been fun to keep samples of their handwriting as a moment captured in time. We hope you enjoy printing out this page and sharing it with your children. No matter what they write or draw, we hope it fills your heart with love as you celebrate your special day.

Be sure to keep an eye on this blog and to subscribe to our special Mom’s Week e-mail list so you won’t miss any of the fun we have planned for you this week.
Happy Mother’s Day from your friends at Cotton Babies!

About the Author

Heather is mom to four, born within 40 months (single, twins, single). She writes transparently about her chaotic household to encourage others through the twists and turns of parenting.


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