Sunday, October 23, 2011

Shopping At Cookie's Kids Online #luvcookies

I had my first shopping experience with Cookie's Kids and am thrilled to share it with you!  I decided to get my nephew some items for winter because I love to spoil him.  He's such a sweet kid and seeing the look on his face when I show up with something for him is amazing.  He's so thankful and it's great to be able to help out with the things he needs and wants.

I talked to my sister on the phone and found out that Damien didn't have a winter coat for this year.  He's outgrown his old one, so this was the perfect opportunity for me to purchase one for him.   I ended up choosing this U.S. Polo Assn. “Crevasse” Bubble Jacket.  I read that it has a "weather-resistant shell has full insulation and a fleece lining".  It's stylish and priced at $39.99.  What a bargain!

If you knew my sister, you would know that it is impossible for her not to want a new pair of shoes when she gets a new coat.  She passed this on to my nephew who shares her shoe addiction.  I didn't know if he had winter boots or not, so I decided to look and see what Cookie's had to offer in that department.  These Levi’s Norway High Boots are absolutely adorable and would go great with his new coat.  They are made for all different types of weather and cost $39.99.

The last thing I purchased for Damien was a Batman Boys Briefs 3-Pack for $7.99.  He's on a Batman kick, so I did a search for "Batman" and knew that I had to get him something with his favorite superhero on it.  Plus, it reminded me of how right after he was potty trained he liked to drop his pants and show off his cool underwear.    

To find out more about my shopping experience, you can visit my Google+ post here.  I really enjoyed shopping at Cookie's Kids online and will definitely be returning to purchase more items in the future.  There will be a promo code on Living Social on Monday, October 24th for the Louisville are that will allow you to purchase $40 worth of clothing for only $20!

Be sure to check out their Facebook page.

This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All opinions are 100% my own. #CBias

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