Do you have a Sock Spot? #sponsored Review and Giveaway

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sock spot pic

When I was a child, my most loathed chore was folding clothes. I could sit under a mound

of towels for hours. I. HATED. IT. But, now as an adult, it almost gives me a free pass to sit down and watch something on TV. So, I don’t mind it as much……that is as long as I can finish it!

I hate to spend the time folding everything and then have some of it still sitting there, staring at me…..taunting me that I am still not done!  Sometimes this occurs because I do it after the kids are in bed and don’t want to wake them by putting their clothes away.

But more annoying than that is those lone socks. You know the ones…..they never come out in even pairs…..you think for sure that you had this one’s mate in yesterday’s load of laundry, only to find that some (MALE) person in your house threw the single socks back into the mix (because he didn’t know what else to do with them) and here they are again!

“Is this sock the same one, or is it the mate to that one? HOW DO I KNOW?!”

So, I was approached by a friend to come and check out a new Children’s Book called The Sock Spot. I picked it up and sat down with the boys to read it to them.  THEY LOVED IT!

It’s a story of a little boy named Roman, who keeps his socks very organized, until a meddling puppy gets one and heads outside. In his search, to find his missing sock, he encounters some very interesting friends around his home and backyard. It’s really a cute story and my boys both ask me to read it again weekly!

The book comes in a very nice box and includes your very own Sock Spot with clips featuring each of the characters that Roman meets. The kids LOVED these and grabbed up all the spare socks that were sitting in the basket and pinned them up immediately.

Sock SPot Closed

So, now, when I am done folding laundry and have leftover socks, I go to our “Sock Spot” on the freezer door, next to the dryer and check for their mates, or pin them up to wait for their mates to come and find them!

Sock Spot on Freezer

The Sock Spot is written by Neil Pierson who lives in Madisonville. It is available locally at Royal Creations, also The French  Mix, Braswell Drugs, and Playville. The price is $40. Find them on Facebook HERE.  This would be a great gift for your kids, or for a teacher! This will also be a featured item in my Shop Local Holiday Guide!

Now, one of you will win a copy of this book when you fill out the Rafflecopter below. Good Luck!!

 

**Disclosure – This post is sponsored by Sock Spot.  I was given a copy of the book to read and review for this post. All opinions are my own.

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12 Responses to Do you have a Sock Spot? #sponsored Review and Giveaway

  1. Lauren says:

    This is such a precious book and a neat idea! My kids love helping with the laundry now because they get to use the sock spot clips to hang their socks and they GO NUTS when the match is found! Forget sorting through a basket or the drawer every morning!
    This is THE GIFT for CHRISTMAS this year if you dont already have one! Its cute, fun and a helpful leafning tool to teach your children respect for their belongings!

  2. Leslea says:

    My little boy absolutely loves his Sock Spot. He runs to put his lost sock on it when we are folding laundry and sings the jingle from the book. Best idea ever!

  3. Michelle Quarterman says:

    They are all in a huge basket.

  4. H A Seals says:

    Then go into a sock basket lol

  5. Nicole Miller says:

    I put all of my daughter’s unmatched socks in a drawer which I sort through weekly as I launder. I rarely wear socks so mine aren’t a problem. My husband’s unmatched socks I put in his sock drawer on top of the matched pairs. Sometimes, a mate “magically” appears if not well then they become dusters.

  6. Amber says:

    I out them back in the drawer by themselves….ugh!

  7. Kelly Scairono says:

    I love this idea! It makes it a fun game for my kids to match the socks instead of me having to sort through a big basket!

  8. Kenny says:

    This is a great product. My 4 & 2 year old kids love the book & jingle and can’t wait to put their missing socks in the sock spot. Yes a basket works but this product gets the kids involved and they get excited about helping! Great for gifts as well! Highly recommended!

  9. Thomas says:

    Got it , love it
    Kids singing jingle and pickin up socks !!
    My little ones are on it , This thing is money !!!

  10. Rhonda Bryant says:

    love the intro. my granddaughters love to be read to. I hope I win.

  11. Kim says:

    I have a special laundry basket that I keep “spare” socks in until I find their mate.

  12. Shawn M says:

    We toss all the socks in a basket and occasionally sort through them.

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