It gets COLD during the winter in the north-eastern part of the United States where I live. My three little ones have been asking me for days to knit them hats and gloves. I told them I would not until they learned to keep their clothing off the floor. So, I was thrilled when I got the opportunity to go to Cookie’s Kids to shop for some winter items for my children. Cookie’s Kids was created by two bothers named Cookie and Marvin back in 1972. The brothers started with toys and moved on to clothing, added a partner, and the rest as they say is history. Today there are six Cookie’s Kids superstores throughout New York. However, I did not have to go to New York to shop, I was able to sit on my couch at my laptop and go to CookiesKids.com which was launched in 2007.
No mother can resist a picture of cute kid. Cookie’s Kids knows this, check out the photo that greeted me when I went to the site:
My five year old twin girls, being normal children could sense I was comfy on the couch so they ran into the room to see what I was doing. They reminded me, in case I forgot they had asked one hundred times, that they needed new hats and gloves. One of the twins saw the cutest Dora the Explorer hat and gloves set. I really liked the feature that allowed you to click on any item in the catalogue and see it in larger detail along with any other colors available for that item. This made shopping so easy! Here is a picture of the screenshot of the Dora the Explorer hat and gloves set:
When my 9 year old son heard the twins laughing and shopping he wanted to join the fun. So I looked to see if CookiesKids.com had anything for boys. They did! There was a full selection of everything for boys. He wanted a zip up hoodie with pockets. Here is screen shot of the hoodie from Swiss Cross that caught his eye:
Once I was done shopping I got an email from Cookie’s Kids confirming what I had ordered. I liked this because within minutes of leaving the site, I received confirmation of the items I ordered, sizes, colors and prices. It was nice to be able to verify everything was correct. Before the order was shipped, I got another email from Cookie’s Kids telling me what was being shipped to me again confirming items, sizes and costs. It was really fun when I saw the package on my doorstep one morning when I was taking the kids to the school bus stop. The kids wanted to rip the package open at the bus stop but I would not allow that! When the kids got home from school we opened the package and saw:
The twins begged me to let them try on their hats and gloves. They looked so cute I was glad I bought the sets an snapped about a dozen pictures. If clothes from Cookie’s Kids make them act this sweet, I am definitely shopping there again. You check out one of the photos and tell me what you think:
My son did not want to be outdone by his little sisters had to try on his new hoodie. He said he liked how soft the material was and the front and side pockets. Check him out in his serious big boy pose:
The kids looked so cute in this picture all hugged up in their winter wardrobe items from Cookie’s Kids. The silly smiling faces tell you how much they liked their new winter items. What mother wouldn’t shop at a store that creates smiles like these:
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