ShirtsThatGo {30 Days of Giveaways}

A child’s fascination with vehicles is a phenomenon tough to match. Whether it be the sound of the horn on the bus, the whir of the propeller blades in the air, or the clickety-clack of the train wheels on the track – transportation machines everywhere seem to grab hold of our little ones and hook them into a world of wonder and awe. If you have a little guy in your life in love with vehicles, this giveaway is for you! ShirtsThatGo offers vehicle-themed clothing perfect for transportation loving children. These shirts not only appeal to kids by featuring a variety of vehicles in motion ranging from combine harvesters to pirate ships to the iconic neighborhood ice cream truck, but they also make moms happy by being made from 100% American cotton and eco-friendly, water-based ink.  ShirtsThatGo offers super soft, super comfortable shirts that are sure to amaze and inspire.  No matter the type of driver your little guy may dream to be, these shirts are sure to impress by the attention to detail and custom vehicle-themed packaging. Be sure to check out their site and enter to win your very own transportation shirt package!

Today we are giving one lucky reader ::

2 Tees of the Winner’s Choice & a Fire Truck Gift Box

from ShirtsThatGo

Winner :: Laurel


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Jenn is an English teacher turned stay at home mom to boys Wyatt {2010}, John {2013}, and Abram {2014}. South Louisiana born and raised, North Louisiana educated, and Texas “polished,” she has found Houston to be home with her husband for the past ten years. After infertility struggles, in 2010 she traded in A Tale of Two Cities for Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site and has since been busy discovering ways to learn while playing, maintaining a semi-scheduled family life, and integrating both Texas and Louisiana culture into her family. Besides making memories with her boys full time, she enjoys reading, running, crafting, cooking, and football. Y’all stop by When In Doubt, Add More Salt to read more about family adventures with the boys and Jenn’s thoughts on hot summers and Pinterest pin attempts, and her love/hate relationship with March Madness brackets.



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