Disclosure: This is not a paid post. TMC’s giveaway is courtesy of NatWest Bank. Opinions are TMC’s only.
I’m changing things up here this week for Whatcha Wearing Wednesday. Sure, there are outfits from you (ladies, I LOVE your links!) and from me. With the addition of a giveaway from ASOS courtesy of NatWest Bank!!! Read on!
C Wonder Unwrapped Party at Tysons Corner
Shirt by Phillip Lim for Target
Pants by Target
Shoes by Nine West
Necklace from Groopdealz
Now for a bit of fun!
We all remember a gift we got as a kid that just didn’t work, wasn’t what we wanted or as parents that we totally NEVER want our kids to ask for EVER! I bet these make it this year and many more to come!
Tell me your the gift that made you cry tears of horror as a kid or the one that got away as a wee one. What present as a parent do you hope your kid never asks for? Comment and you will be entered to win the ASOS gift card worth $95 US dollars (60 pounds UK)!! I will pick a winner on December 23, 2013. That isn’t long from now!
1. Furby Boom
This little gem has been dragged right from the 1990’s where frankly we’re all wishing it would stay considering that greater technology carries a greater price tag. The more you play with it, the more its personality develops and where at first you may need to brush up on your Furbish.
2. One Direction Dolls
If you have a little girl, the chances are she’s a One Direction fan. This Christmas she’ll be able to get her hands on her favourite One Direction member in doll form. Fingers crossed her favourite isn’t Harry Styles. He’s the creepiest doll of the bunch.
3. Flying Fairy by Flutterbye
The Flying Flower Fairy is more like remote control helicopter for girls than a lethal weapon. Still, probably not the best toy if you want to keep your house accident free this Christmas.
4. The Teksta Dog
The Teksta Dog resembles a Furby without the fur. The dog is set to respond to your voice, physical gestures, lights and sounds just like a real dog.
5. Squeeze Cup Slushy Maker
The Squeeze Cup Slushy Maker helps kids make slushies easily, without the use of a blender. The idea is to introduce kids to cooking at an early age. Kids can pick from four different color cups or collect them all and each one includes a spoon straw. However, what it also includes no doubt is a lot of colorings, additives and very hyper children this Christmas.
6. Xbox One
If your child is a bit of a gamer kid they’ll love the new version of the popular Xbox console. The new console will provide higher quality graphics, voice recognition and compatibility with blu-ray discs among many other new features. Super expensive and will still be around, for less, after St. Nick pays a visit.
7. Nerf N-Strike Elite Retaliator Blaster
Sounds delightful doesn’t it? This Nerft Nstrike Elite Retaliator Blaster nerf gun has a 75 metre range so there’s no escaping its foam darts. With a 4-in-1 function and added extras, the blasters aim can be steadied even whilst on the run. You have been warned.
8. Interactive Minion
With the sequel Despicable Me 2 out it’s no surprise that the cute and hilarious little yellow minions may creep their way onto your child’s wish list this Christmas. He sings, talks back and pulls facial expressions whilst responding to different sound volumes. Let’s just hope your own kids don’t decide they need an army of these.
9. Monster High 13 Wishes Doll
A harbinger of rebellious teen years ahead? Perhaps. The doll comes complete with a rather creepy pet bunny and a personal diary so your child can write down their troubles and woes after a long hard day at primary school. Let’s just hope your child doesn’t take hairstyling tips from this green and blue haired must-have toy.
10. Clydesdale Prancing Pony
Oh no, the dreaded words. Yep they’ve gone and done it, your kids have asked for a pony. It is a life size Clydesdale Prancing Pony made to look and move like a real horse. It’ll cost you over a grand, but you won’t have to feed it of course, so at least you’ll save money on food. Plus you won’t need a stable and once your child gets bored of it, you can just try stuff it up in the attic, if it fits. Then cry yourself to sleep thinking of the weekend away you could have taken instead.