Monday, December 17, 2012

Got Kids? Get Batteries (before Christmas morning)!

The Sweet Pea family is back from our annual trip to Santa Brunch in Maryland.  What, pray tell, is Santa Brunch?  Basically, our annual Christmas gathering with some of SPH's family.  SPH's two sisters always come with their families and since there are four boys cousins, ages 5, 6, 7 and 8, there is a lot of cousin fun and lots, and lots of toys.

And if you're holiday gift giving includes toys or anything electronic, you know that when you're makin' your list and checkin' it twice, you better include...batteries.
Is there anything more frustrating for a kid than a brand-new, super-cool electronic toy or gadget, and then realizing you don't have the batteries to play with it??

Thankfully Giant Fudge doesn't require batteries:

(yes, the boys wear matching PJs, courtesy of their KK.  I am quite sure this tradition won't be around in 10 years or so)

But I digress...if you've got toys, then you chances are you need batteries, and have I got a special deal from the good folks at Proctor and Gamble to share with you!

Check out Proctor and Gamble's Duracell Battery page for some great deals on all their Duracell Batteries.

If you click through this link you'll find some pretty cool deals, including:

15% off on a first-time order from a new customer, using promo code: A9Z-MN5-KY3-ISA

Free Shipping on orders over $25

Free Samples with every order.

I'll be loading up my Duracell Rechargeable Batteries before Christmas Eve, which have lasted us through many, many Christmases (and saved us serious dollars!).

Be sure to check out Duracell's 15 Minute Recharger, which is good for folks like me who inevitably forget to charge the right number of batteries!  Hey, with only 15 minutes until the batteries are charged, even the most impatient kid can wait, right?

So bottom line:  Got kids?  Then get batteries!

As for Santa Brunch, I noticed Pop had a big old stash of Duracell Batteries in his closet, which came in handy for more than a couple toys handed out by "Santa."

Did you know that Santa can play the Autoharp?  Check out the Sweet Pea Extended Family Singers:

Life is sweet,

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