Contest is now closed and winner will be announced Monday 3/30!
As a woman I inherited the I love shoes gene. And fortunately or unfortunately depending on how you look at it my daughter received that lovely little gift from me. So she has a closet full of shoes. Unfortunately she likes the “pretties” but doesn’t necessarily like to wear them because they are comfortable. Well luckily for her (and my sanity) we learned about See Kai Run shoes and have hit the shoe jackpot. I was so excited to see how she loved these shoes when we had the chance to review them and she absolutely adores them.
As a baby she lived in Robeez and the think I loved about them is they were never hard on her heels giving her blisters because of the material they were made out of. As she grew and got into “big girl” style shoes with hard backs instead of the soft, she would get blisters and torn skin on her heels. You see my child, like me, hates socks pretty much. I have to force socks on her and when I am doing so it’s not pretty to watch. In order to keep her from getting blisters and broken skin I had to
torture her put socks on her. That is no longer necessary with See Kai Run shoes.
See Kai Run has really made the shoe with growing feet and style in mind:
* Very flexible soles are healthy for developing feet.
* Wide opening and toe box accommodate even the chubbiest little feet.
* Velcro closure allows for adjustable fit and easy on and off.
* Leather lining is breathable and durable.
* Padded collar adds comfort and helps our shoes stay on little feet.
* Hip, urban styles in modern color palettes.
* Bold designs and detailing.
* Modern takes on classic styles.
See Kai Run has been a welcomed edition in our house. Little girl loves them because the design is absolutely adorable and she gives it 2 thumbs up. The other thing that myself and Bella love is the fact she can put them on and fasten them all by herself. She feels like such a big girl and I love that I have one less thing to do when rushing out the door to whatever errand I am running.
See Kai Run is a company that takes pride in their product. They make cute, well made shoes that will keep your little one looking hip and comfortable. They definitely receive approval from A Daily Dose. Now See Kai Run has generously offered to giveaway a pair of their See Kai Run Line or Smaller Line to one of my readers. And they have some adorable boy designs too, so boy or girl you are set with this giveaway.
To enter to win your choice of the See Kai Run or Smaller Line head over to See Kai Run and browse the section that your little one falls under then return here and leave a comment with your fave pair in the comments. THIS IS THE REQUIRED ENTRY AND MUST BE DONE TO QUALIFY!!! That’s it. Simple right! Oh and please leave your email with your comments so I can get a hold of the winner :).
Now along with the above required entry (that you must do before doing any listed below) there are many extra entries you can receive:
~ Blog about this contest on your blog with a link back to this post and See Kai Run
~ Tweet about this giveaway up to once daily until contest closes, please include tweet url in the comment.
~ Stumble, Digg, etc. this post and leave your username for each that you do.
~ Fave my blog in technorati and leave your username.
~ Follow me on twitter @totally_toni
~ Subscribe to my blog through your reader.
~ Follow my blog through blogger.
So lots of extra ways to enter to win a pair of these perfect shoes. Make sure for each extra entry you do to leave a SEPERATE comment for each so you don’t short yourself. This contest will close on Friday March 27, 2009 at Noon central time and winner will be posted that day sometime after noon.
Contest open to U.S. only due to shipping. Good luck.
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