WIN a Hallmark Interactive Rudolph Story Buddy & 2 Holiday Itty Bittys #giveaway



I have always been a Hallmark fan. My mom and grandparents bought me an ornament from Hallmark every year as I was growing up. I now have children of my own and have passed down the tradition of giving them yearly ornaments. I love that even though my family is no longer around my children can be apart of my childhood. I love that Hallmark has been apart of that whole process. They make great, quality gifts!

Emmaleigh and I were walking around the stores the other night and she saw the Hallmark display full of Find Me Santa, Snowflakes and light up Magic Snowballs. There were Northpole cups that change colors full of cute little polar bears and penguins and she found an ornament she wanted, The Grinch, which is her favorite holiday movie! What really caught her attention this year was Rudolph (the Interactive Story Buddy). As we walked past it I told her to ask Santa for it and maybe he would deliver it to her. So she whispered her wish and picked out a holiday cup for her and Garrett.


Later that night, after dinner, we made started some salt dough ornaments, watched a movie, and the kids were off to bed. Santa left a little surprise on the kids table so when I heard Rudolph talking I knew little miss Em was awake. She came in to tell me that Santa had left it for them and wanted to read it. While I was opening it she ran in to get Garrett up. He is learning to read more so he was able to help out a bit.


As we were reading Rudolph was able to keep up with the story. He was able to read along and add in his thoughts.The kids LOVED it to say the least. Emmaleigh has not put Rudolph down since he got out of his box. She has been dancing and singing around the house all morning. 


The Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Interactive Story Buddy Set comes with a stuffed Rudolph, a book, and a read along CD. 


One Aimless Moments reader will win a Rudolph Interactive Story Buddy and a set of Holiday itty bittys. 
 

You can find more about Hallmark, the company, products, and any specials on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest

Comment with your favorite family tradition then enter to win below! 





Product Description: Bring storytime to life with our family of interactive story buddies. Kids love Rudolph for being the most famous of all. But they'll love him even more when they hear him respond to key phrases from his included book and respond-along CD. Add his other books to your library and unlock even more things for Rudolph to say. 

BUY A BUDDY.  GIVE A BUDDY. 
This year Hallmark also has a special offer for each Interactive Story Buddy you buy, Hallmark will donate an Interactive Story Buddy to Toys for Tots. 
Also, if you purchase a Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 50th Anniversary itty bittys (Rudolph, Clarice, Bumble, or Santa Claus), Hallmark will donate $1 to Toys for Tots.
You can purchase yours online, here. Or, you can find you local Hallmark Gold Crown store, here
-Purchases must be made between 10/04/14 and 12/24/14. Purchases must be made at a Hallmark Gold Crown Stores (USA) and at Hallmark.com-
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Hallmark. All opinions and thoughts are my own and honest. 

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16 comments

  1. Our favorite holiday tradition is to make Christmas cookies together while listening to Christmas music.

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  2. My favorite holiday tradition is baking and decorating gingerbread men cookies with my grandsons!

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  3. we love to bake cookies

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  4. I love going to look at Christmas lights with my family. jj250@aol.com

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  5. Riding around looking at Christmas Lights

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  6. Decorating our Christmas Tree while listening and singing to Christmas music. My kids are already counting down to tree decorating day!....considering we are going to Disney World for the 1st time ever in less than a week I think it says a lot that they are still counting down to this tradition:)

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  7. Our favortie Christmas tradition is our Christmas Night out box. We pack each of the kids their own box and inside is a new pair of Christmas jammies , socks , popcorn , and hot chocolate. Then we all pile up in the car and ride aound eating popcorn and drinking hot chocolate in our new jammies looking at the Christmas lights

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  8. I love making handmade ornaments with my children each year!

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  9. Reading Xmas books to the kids at night and then putting the cookies/milk out.

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  10. My favorite tradition is baking cookies.

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  11. We have a tradition of putting up decorations on December 1st. My daughter is really looking forward to it this year and has been asking for weeks when I was getting the tree down from the attic. It's kinda like a mommy & me day for us.

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  12. Decorating the tree, telling about each ornament before placing on the tree.

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