Christmas in July Link-Up

12:17 AM Amanda Greathouse 2 Comments

The time has come to share the lovely gifts we all received in the Christmas in July gift exchange! 
I was so honored that I was given the chance to co-host along side of  Courtney, Jamie & Liz!
We were set up to send some little gifts over to Jamie from Carseats & Cocktails and her adorable little girl Reese! Head on over there & see what she got!
 
This year we were matched with Chelsea from The Williams' Journey & her little darling Lily Jane!
Check out the cute goodies Greyson received! 
 
A giant bubble wand! It was the first thing he saw in the package & was ready to run outside to play with it. I had to hide it for a bit to get him to keep opening the rest of the package.
Next up was an adorable little set of animal bath toys. He was beyond ecstatic about them! He wanted it opened right away so he could name all the animals & their sounds.
And this book lover of course was so happy when he pulled "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" out of the package. He's read it at school before so he opened it right up & started telling me the story!
 
And finally little bead animals - a frog & dinosaur! This kid loves animals like whoa so all the animal toys & books were so up his alley. And he knows a little so when he saw his new stegosaurus dinosaur his first question was "Where's T-rex?" because he's also obsessed with asking where everything & everyone is!

It was such a sweet little package! Greyson loves everything in it! He has played with the bath animals ever day now & he won't go to bed without reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar!
Thanks so much to Chelsea & Lilly Jane for your thoughtful gifts!

If you participated in the exchange please link up your Christmas in July boxes below! And, feel free to use #xmasinjulygiftexchange to share on instagram too.
 
 
 

2 comments :

  1. How fun! I love his reactions to the gifts!

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  2. Such cute gifts!! Love all the animals. I was looking for that book the last library trip but couldn't find it. It is one of the few Eric Carle books I remember reading as a kid. Maybe one that chirps at the end too...not sure.

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