My daughter knows about Gotchababy.com. Actually, she likes to say my domain name like assorted commercial jingles, which is pretty funny. She loves helping me open assorted blog-related packages as they arrive, and checking out the contents with me.
What’s sweet is that she doesn’t understand the business side of these packages, so sometimes our conversations go like this:
“Oh look, there’s a FedEx bag!”
“Do you want to help me open it?”
“Let’s see what we have.”
“Oh look Mommy! It’s cards, and a keychain, and oh, this says FREE BURGER. Mommy, who sent us this?”
“Wendy’s did, because they’d us to try their new cheeseburgers.”
“Wendy’s is SO NICE, Mom!”
For the record, Wendy’s really is nice. I love what they do, both with cheeseburgers and the Dave Thomas Foundation.
And OMG, the cheeseburgers. They’ve been reconstructed, and they’re YUMMY. My mom and I tried them out last weekend (the kids opted for chicken, even though they both had cheeseburger tattoos on their arms), and they were delicious. Substantial bun, juicy burger, fresh toppings. With this remake, the Wendy’s basic cheeseburger is more like a speciality burger. And unlike some other chains, this burger is sized so you eat one and you’re DONE. My mom and I both got a small fry with our meal and neither one of us could finish them. SO YUMMY.
But back to the FedEx bag- I’m wondering though, if next time, they’ll just contact Mam directly. I was walking near her in the hallway at school the other day (I was volunteering, she was going to class, and she was not acknowledging my existence) when she started her pitch:
“I have a new keychain.”
“It’s a cheeseburger. It’s from Wendy’s.”
And the future generation of bloggers has been born.
Disclosure- I was sent a bag of Wendy’s goodies, coupons and a gift card in exchange for my honest review. I chose to eat and sing the burger’s virtues on my own free will. And MaM raved about Wendy’s all on her own, with no prodding from me whatsoever.