On the Third day of Christmas…(and a giveaway!)

Dolka Pots

The Cause: Dolka Pots was born out of a desire to help a friend raise money for an impending adoption. To continue in keeping with the mission of how the company started, a portion of all Dolka Pots sales will be donated to help fund adoption related causes. The online store is currently supporting two families in the adoption process.

Why do I love Dolka Pots?  Where do I begin.  It started when I stumbled upon their etsy site a couple of months ago.  I was searching for big brother/big sister shirts with an Africa theme.  I was oh so pleasantly surprised to find EXACTLY what I was looking for here.  After purchasing the shirts I poked around on the site and found some great items at extremely reasonable prices.  Their applique bloomers for little girls are creative and cute and a steal at $8 each.  You can even get monogrammed bloomers… still $8 each.  There are many coordinating patterns and accesories as well.  I started with the apple bottom bloomers so I will focus on items that coordinate with that line.  The diaper bag featured on the site has two pockets on the exterior and four inside the bag itself.  You can purchase coordinating changing pads, burp cloths and diaper clutches.  This is definitely for the mom who loves to be color coordinated and “matchy-matchy.”

Dolka Pots also has some great clothing items for kids.  Their skirt/shirt combos sell for a very reasonable $25 per set and they have an adorable applique football shirt for boys that can be personalized with their name.

Okay… so are you ready for the giveaway???  Dolka Pots was kind enough to provide me with a pair of their Applique Christmas bloomers (the winner chooses the size: 0-6 mos, 6-12 mos, 12-18 mos, 18-24 mos, 3T, 4T)

Here is how to win, each method gets you one entry:

1. Post this blog on your facebook status (make sure you let me know that you did this!)  2. Twitter this blog post  3. Leave a comment on the blog

Easy right?  I’ll announce the winner on Thursday morning… a great way to start a day of thanks.

Here’s a picture of the Christmas bloomers… these will definitely make someone’s bottom just a little cuter this Christmas!

Updated 11/25/2010: Congratulations to Erin Pisano! After writing down all the names, cutting them out, putting them in a fire hat and having Elliott pick with his eyes closed… she is the winner!

About the author


Erica is an advocate for simplicity, family time, making a cozy home and loving others well. She is the community coordinator for One Orphan, the orphan care ministry of America World Adoption Association. Erica and Calvin have four young children; Elliott, Charlotte, Lola and Liam. They currently reside in Nashville, TN.


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