Dressing For The Holidays With Sears Kids Bucks #SearsBabysRoom
I’m already planning Christmas (don’t roll your eyes at me). I’ve been informed that this year I’m hosting it at my house and I’m trying to plan every detail from the menu to what we’re wearing.
The last couple of Christmas’s it’s just been us. No visitors and we have always had a nice quiet Christmas. This also meant that we usually stayed in our pajamas all day. Clearly this year is going to be different and I’m wanting to have a nice Christmas this year – casual clothes and all.
For picture’s sake I want to dress Carter as cute as possible. I’m picturing little khakis with a nice dress shirt, clip on tie and finished with a sweater vest (yes, I’m going there). That look screams Christmas dinner in my mind and let’s face it, it is absolutely adorable when little ones dress up like adults.
I’m absolutely head over heels for the Newberry Little Boy’s 4-Piece Sweater Vest Set (pictured above). It will be the perfect outfit for my little guy for Christmas dinner.
Now is the perfect time to start your holidays spending on children’s items because right now Sears is offering KidsBucks. Simply spend $40 or more (before taxes) on qualifying children’s items and receive a $10 off a $40 or more purchase KidsBucks coupon via email. These KidsBucks can be used on toys, clothes and children’s furniture*.
KidsBucks is running from October 11 – October 31, and it’s running during Baby Days (20% off everything baby – it’s the perfect time to shop and earn KidsBucks).
*Earn one $10 KidsBucks coupon for every minimum $40 qualifying purchase (before taxes). Earn a maximum of $50 in KidsBucks per single transaction. Excludes items with prices ending in .97, footwear and Carter’s® & OshKosh B’gosh® brands. Redeem the coupon – November 1-12, 2013. The offer is available in stores and online!
Disclosure: I am part of the Sears The Baby’s Room Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.