Tuesday, November 18, 2014

#RoamingReindeerBlogTour and Giveaway --a new holiday tradition and gift idea!

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Today is the 2nd day of no school for us --that can mean only one thing, we have snow and the boys will be fighting like crazy!  

Our boys' can be wild and it's getting hard for just one elf to keep an eye on the two of them. A few years back Santa sent "The Elf on the Shelf" to watch over them and to report on their behavior. Since we were in need of extra helpers this year Santa sent the Roaming Reindeer to us too!

 Meet Gus and Sam...

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Gus and Sam are two of Santa's most important reindeer. They may look cute and cuddly, but their jobs go far beyond their looks. They've come into our home this holiday season to help the elf watch over the boys and to report on any naughty or nice behavior that they see.

Sam --Reindeer #1 is the spotter of naughty behavior. He will be busy flying to and from our home back to the North Pole to report what he sees. He gets sad when he see's someone being naughty and will disappear to tell Santa what they've been up to.

Gus --Reindeer #2 will never leave. He will be here at all times through the holiday's to keep an eye on the boys. He will be a fun reminder of nice behavior and good manners. If Sam's away reporting something naughty he will stick around to hopefully see an improvement and will tell him as soon as he returns.
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This Christmas keepsake, Roaming Reindeer by Angela Meju is quickly becoming a new, family fun tradition. It's a great gift idea too! The touching tale is a great story to read with your children and the plush reindeer will be a constant reminder for them to be on their best behavior, practicing good manners! 

 Unlike the crazy elf that moves from place to place each night (talk about a lot of work and pressure on a parent to remember to move him!!), the Roaming Reindeer can simply stay stationary. The purpose is to remind kids that if there are 2 reindeer then their behavior must be good, but the minute one goes missing means that their behavior must have been naughty and one of them is reporting it to Santa.

Our elf "Taxi" and Gus and Sam will all be making their debut very soon. Arriving on Thanksgiving night I can't wait to continue one tradition and to add to the fun with these little guys! The boys' love their elf and I know that they will love Gus and Sam just as much. It's a fun way to keep them in line and to remind them that Santa is always watching so they better be good for goodness sakes!

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8 comments:

  1. One of my favorite holiday traditions is to drive and look at all of the Christmas lights on Christmas Eve.
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  2. Our favorite holiday tradition is baking and decorating gingerbread men cookies with my grandsons!

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  3. one of my favorite holiday traditions is putting up the Christmas decorations! Also driving around to look at all the lights on Christmas Eve...

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  4. Looking at Christmas lights while drinking hot chocolate

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  5. I love to decorate gingerbread houses

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  6. our favorite holiday tradition is sitting around the tree drinking coffee/hot chocolate !:)

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  7. We enjoy baking goods for those working on Christmas such as firemen, police, etc..

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  8. Our family including the dogs participate in the Jingle Bell Dog Walk each year. This is a fundraiser for our local shelter and it always puts us in the Christmas Spirit.

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