things my kids said | i don't like sunday

things my kids said | i don't like sunday

things my kids said | i wanna wipe your butt

things my kids said | not good at making food

things my kids said | i'm allowed to do

things my kids said | peed on the curtains

things my kids said | you're like a elevator

things my kids said | like fourteen hours

things my kids said | he has no knees

things my kids said | famous girl that's in love with me

Guys, I’m so excited about this post. Not only do I love sharing Things My Kids Said, but I have a really fun contest with an awesome (FREE!) app to tell you about.

OK, so here’s the deal: LittleHoots is a really cute new app that lets you collect, share, and store all of the hilarious little things your kids come out with. I created all of these graphics with it and I’m totally in love.

They’re opening a virtual store in November (directly through the app) where you can order things like magnets, mugs, iPhone cases, and greeting cards with your image on it. Perfect for the holidays!

So what’s the deal with the contest? Wellllll, I want to see all of the cute things your kids say—and it doesn’t have to be your biological kids. If you’re a teacher it can be your students or it can be your niece or your best friend’s kid. I just want to get the warm and fuzzies that come along with the hilarious thoughts kids let loose.

LittleHoots contestHere’s how to play:

1. Download LittleHoots available for iPhone (Android coming soon!).
2. Create a memory tile with your favorite kids quote.
3. Post it to social media with these tags: #littlehoots @cuddlesandchaos (or @jennifergarry on Twitter).
4. I will post all of them to my Facebook page on the morning of 10/16. Whichever entry gets the most likes by 5 pm on 10/19 wins! The winner will receive this canvas print featuring the winning hoot. ($30 value).

Got it? If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments or email me at jen@cuddlesandchaos.com. I can’t wait to see your entries!

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Written by Jennifer Garry

Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she’s not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.