Shabby Apple Dress Giveaway, WOO!

Have you heard of Shabby Apple? Let me tell you girls, this shop is amazing. When I first stumbled upon it a few years ago, I immediately wanted to snatch up every single dress for myself because they’re all just so lovely and feminine. Being that I’m pregnant and a freaking WHALE of a woman right now, I was so excited to see that there is actually a maternity section with some super adorable dresses as well! Options for us all!

Pop on over and take a look when you have a chance… it’s like floating through a pretty, ruffly dream.

Okay, now on to business. Shabby Apple has sweetly offered to give away their Five to Nine dress to one of my readers!

Is that not the most adorable little black dress you’ve ever seen? I know. I’m actually quite jealous that one of you gets to own it and wear it and be fabulous in it, I’m not gonna lie.

So what do you have to do to enter? Just leave one comment on this post. Tell me anything. Your New Year’s resolutions. What you ate for breakfast. Introduce yourself if you’re new around these parts. Shower me with adoring compliments… I don’t care!

Tweet the following for an additional entry:

Enter to win a dress from Shabby Apple at #mrsprissgiveaway

Comments will be open until next Tuesday, January 11th at 11:59pm and I will be announcing the winner on Wednesday.

Happy New Year, friends! And good luck!

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3 Month Supply of Huggies Little Movers Diapers ~ A Giveaway!

A few weeks ago, Huggies was generous enough to send me a pack of Little Movers for Maddie, and I honestly loved them. For as much as that girl wiggles and crawls all over the place, leaks were never once a problem while she was wearing these. Fellow moms know that is really saying something!

Now, doesn’t that video make you want to go put on a pair of red sneakers with wings and chase around your baby in a big green field somewhere? I know. How would you feel about chasing around your baby who’s wearing one of the THREE MONTH SUPPLY of diapers you won on this blog? Even better, right?

Well, here’s your chance to enter to win not only the awesomely huge supply of Huggies Little Movers diapers for your little one, but also a pair of  Big Movers tennis shoes for you!

Here are the ways you can be entered:

  • Comment on this post! (Be sure to leave a valid email address so I may contact you if you win. Only 1 comment will be counted.)
  • Earn an additional entry by posting the following on Twitter:

Enter to win 3 months of Huggies diapers! #mrsprisshuggies

  • Earn an additional entry by posting something short and sweet on your blog about this contest. Come back here and leave another comment with the link to your post.

Comments and tweets will be open until Thursday, September 3rd at 11:59pm. I will announce the winner the following day.

Good luck, everyone!

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$100 for 100 Posts

Wheee, this is finally my 100th post!  In honor of this happy little milestone, I’m giving away $100 worth of my favorite types of girlie goodies to one lovely reader.

To enter, just leave me a comment, saying anything you wish.  Simple, right?  I will randomly draw one name and the winner will receive these gifts:

Philosophy Classic Cookbook

Ten bottles of Philosophy’s award winning, all-in-one shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath

Urban Outfitters Art Nouveau Peacock Earrings

Fancy Little Journal

Toile Half-Apron from Anthropologie

The Rules

Comments will be open until Wedesday, October 15th at 12:00am Pacific Standard Time and the winner will be announced Friday, October 17th.  One entry per person, please. :)

Good luck!

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Ah, Summer.

Those Corwins are hosting a summer contest & giveaway! The assignment is to write about your favorite summer memory and the prize is just way too adorable to pass up!

I was debating on whether to use this contest as an opportunity to give you all the run-down on how Justin and I met (it just so happened to be during summer… and just so happened to be the best date ever), but I realized I haven’t shared much about the other aspects of my life, which do in fact exist. So, here’s a little story about life as Miss Priss, before the cute husband and baby belly…

When my brother and I were younger, we had the privilege of spending our summer days at home with Dad. Mom would go to work in the morning and he would be in charge of the two of us until he went off to work in the evening. I’m still trying to figure out how he managed to stay sane with the two of us running around.

Dad is the hardest working man I know, and I’ve always admired him for all he’s done for the family. My brother Daniel and I were blissfully unaware of how much hard work went into keeping the lawn and flower beds tidy until that one summer where he oh-so-lovingly enlightened us.

That Monday morning was kicked off by the blaring sounds of Weird Al’s Gump (a childhood favorite up until that point… When I hear it now, I instinctively reach for a pillow to cover my head and on rare occasion, start crying), and we were given ten minutes to get into our yucky clothes, brush our teeth and be outside ready to work. As you can imagine, the 11-year-old neat-freak/clean-freak/drama-queen I was did not approve of this boot camp business. The light at the end of the tunnel was the sooner we were done, the sooner we could go swimming. Oh, sweet swimming pool — how I adored thee.

This was our weekly routine throughout the summer, and Lord, did we complain. Thinking back, all I really did was rake the gutter and I honestly don’t remember my brother doing much more than playing with his army men in the flower beds. At the time, I didn’t fully understand what Dad was trying to teach us (in his own, silly way), but now I can clearly see it — he just didn’t want us to be lazy.

I don’t know how those hot Monday mornings spent in the front yard affected my brother, but considering the number of times I catch myself scolding my husband for being on his computer while I’m cleaning house, I’d say Dad’s lesson stuck with me. It may have not been the most fun way I ever spent my summer vacation, but it was definitely the most memorable.

And honey, now you know who’s to blame — Dad created a monster.