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Smarty Pants Product of the Week – ABunchofBows.com Infant Headband with Bow!


Smarty Pants Review
You may notice that a least 75% of the time, my little munchkin is dawning a bow! She was born a baldy, and remained that way until about 14 month or so. Even though her beautiful face, cute little earring and pink outfits would convince most that she was a girl, the bow was always a dead giveaway. I 1st purchased traditional bows on alligator clips, but with her few strands of hair, the bow wouldn’t stay on for more than a minute. I then learned about the infant bands just like ABunchofBows.com has in stock. It was exactly what I/she needed! My mom, a huge fan of bows on little girls, found this website and ordered a dozen bows to clip onto the infant band. It was perfect!

Why is it a Smart Mama Product?
The infant bands work. Their soft. Their comfortable. They allow you to easily interchange bows – very versatile. Additionally, ABunchofBows.com is VERY affordable and offers FREE first class shipping! That makes it cheaper than going to a store to buy a bow since you won’t be spending an arm and a leg on gas to get there!


Retail Price
Smarty Pants Product Giveaway

  • interchangeable nylon headband in light pink
  • medium Ava hair bow
  • medium hot pink Abigail hair bow

Retail Value
Giveaway Entry Dates
Today – Sunday, July 13, 12:00 PM EST
Giveaway Winner Announcement
Monday, July 14, 2008
How to Enter
Post a comment to this blog entry sharing how you celebrated the 4th of July!
Other Tiny Details
Product will only be mailed within the 48 continental states. One entry per person. I will contact the winner via e-mail on Monday, July 14, so please be sure I know how to get in touch with you if you win!!! If no contact info is provided it automatically disqualifies your entry.

30 thoughts on “Smarty Pants Product of the Week – ABunchofBows.com Infant Headband with Bow!

  1. i didn’t do anything for the 4th! my husband worked, the weather was bad and my baby was teething! but it’s never been a big holiday for me. i like the ones where you get candy!!

  2. We went to Virginia City which is an old mining town in Nevada. They had a local parade and we rode the old steam engine train. Later that night we watched the fireworks show. Great day.
    gkstratos@ yahoo.com

  3. We went to the beach, the weather was great for the 4th and the fireworks display was one of the best I have ever seen!

  4. Went down to the pool with my daughter during the day, grilled up some food and had friends over in the evening. Kind of a lazy day! Great giveaway, thanks.

  5. We had a quiet 4th of July, my husband is building us a deck and he worked on that while the kids swam and then we had a BBQ just the 5 of us. We went to fireworks on the 5th instead!

  6. stayed home with my husband and twin girls all day. Then in the evening we spent a couple of hours with extended family.

  7. We went to a parade, kiddie races, and carnival. Later on we had family come visit, ate good food and ended the night with fireworks!

  8. We went to a huge car show that my dad puts his classic car in every year. This year it just so happened to fall over the 4th.
    jeepcutie82 at msn dot com

  9. We made a delicious breakfast, went swimming at the pool, watched movies and had Chili and cornbread and then took the kids to see the fireworks we finished it all off with some ice cream !

  10. Hi, We celebrated my mother-in-laws birthday at a special eatery and had a great time. Thanks, Cindi

  11. We celebrated the 4th by taking our 2.5 year old to his first ever fireworks display! (He loved the LOOK of the fireworks but hated the sound, and spent most of the show with one ear pressed into my chest, with MY hand covering his other ear. Fun.) It will probably be a few years before we try that again!

    I’m expecting our second – and I’d love these hairbows for her!!! If she’s anything like our son, she’ll be a baldy until she’s 2 – so we’d get a LOT of use out of this. What a great idea to make the bows interchangeable!

    Thanks for the chance!
    michelle (dot) nebel (at) gmail (dot)com

  12. We met another family at our local military base and road carnival rides and watched fireworks.

  13. We had friends for dinner and took our new baby girl to her first 4th of July fireworks. She was actually awake!

  14. We spent our 4th at a family picnic showing off our daughter, Natalie to relatives that were meeting her for the first time! We planned on going to fireworks but our little one conked out early so we watched a small corner of them from our front yard. What a great First 4th of July spent with our daughter! Looking forward to many more!


    BTW – Bunch of Bows is an awesome website – I find myself looking almost weekly for new finds!

  15. We spent the day at home playing, we grilled pulled pork (a six hour process), corn on the cob and a red, white and blue dessert. We all watched the neighborhood fireworks at the end of a fun day.

  16. We watched the fireworks Saturday night and went to the parade on Sunday. The kids loved the parade (or maybe just all the candy)….
    vickers at comcast dot net

  17. We really did not do much of anything because it rained the entire weekend. We did have sort of a cook-in. It was on the porch, with a roof. lol. And yeah… the rest of the weekend was spent indoors watching SpongeBob and coloring. Thanks so much for the opportunit.

    planetmisty at gmail dot com

  18. We swam, ate ribs, and watched fireworks with our kids out our bedroom window.
    jsmac4 at hotmail dot com

  19. We tried to celebrate – went to a party to watch the t-storms and fireworks over miami from their balcony, but baby E was not cooperating (tummy trouble), so we bolted after about an hour. Then I got stung by a bee… at 9:30 at night… in my car???

  20. I drove to the state where my daughter attends college and picked her up. We stayed in a hotel for a couple of days and went shopping, to visit some indian caverns, out to some fun ethnic restaurants and we went to an art gallery hop downtown. We had some great girl-time together!

  21. What’s more American than yardwork? We cut and trimmed and pruned and weeded all morning long. Then we went swimming with some friends and grilled hamburgers!
    beccachristensen at hotmail dot com

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