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Moms, Dads, and Grads and a Tiny Prints Giveaway and an Awesome Kid I Know #SPONSORED

About five years ago, a family moved in next door.  There was a mom, dad and two boys.  My sons were so excited to finally have someone to play with in the neighborhood.  In fact, Los Tres Amigos were the only boys on our street for the first 2-3 years we lived there.  Now granted the boys next door were a few years older than mine, it was nice to have someone to ride bikes and skateboard with.  Although it doesn't seem like that long ago, it's hard to believe that "D" is graduating high school this year.  

Keep reading to check out my review and find giveaway details!

He is the sweetest kid.  Each morning when he saw us loading up the car heading to school and work, he would sprint over and says "Good morning".  If I was in the car, he would gently tap on the window.  Wait til I rolled it down a tad and then give me his usual morning greeting.  Come to think of it, I miss those "Good morning" greetings.  I've never seen that kid have a bad day.  He's ALWAYS smiling!  I remember the first day they moved in.  "D" saw my boys playing outside and came over and asked my oldest son "Do you like Beyonce?"  Heckuva conversation starter huh?  It was funny given my sons were like 6-7 years old and had no clue who Beyonce was.  Now, look at him all grown up and getting ready to graduate high school.


Now that "D" and his brother are in high school, I don't see them as much as I used to.  Yet, he always shows up for our annual backyard barbecue and he will greet the kids on their birthdays.  He's just a great kid and I know his parents are really proud of him.  I know we are.  When Tiny Prints offered me the chance to receive cards in exchange for sharing my thoughts on their Moms, Dads and Grads product lines, I knew exactly who I wanted to share these cards with.

"D" family recently suffered the loss of two loved ones.  It really has been quite a tough month for his mom having lost her sister and another loved one.  She's had to travel back and forth to her hometown several times and has not had time to prepare for "D"'s upcoming high school graduation.  I'm sure a gift from Tiny Prints would be a welcomed gift and I'm glad to have the opportunity to share.  Tiny Prints offers great products and I have written posts about them several times before.  I use my Tiny Prints business cards to promote Three Boys and an Old Lady blog wherever I go.  

Tiny Prints offers tons of personalized gifting options perfect for moms, dads and grads.  Whether it's a personalized greeting card or invitation, a coffee mug or an iPhone case.  Suh-weet!

Thanks to Tiny Prints, I have the opportunity to share a graduation gift to one of the most fab seniors I know plus a giveaway for you!

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Thanks to Tiny Prints one lucky Three Boys and an Old Lady blog reader will receive 30 Personal Thank You Cards/Notes, 1 Personal notebook and free shipping.

Disclosure:  Many thanks to the sponsor for providing this prize for the giveaway. Opinions are my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. The opinions expressed above are mine.  Click here for the Disclosure Policy of Three Boys and an Old Lady blog.  The opinions expressed above are 100% my own. I received a product in exchange for this review and post. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 


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