Christmas Tree Baby Perspective Contest.

Jaide’s Lair’s Tree from my daughter’s perspective!
Image by Sylvia White

I was always told when you’re baby proofing your house to get down to your little one’s level to see from their perspective.
I have a 2 year old and well noticed that from her height, our Christmas tree is HUGE to her. So I took a picture and thought. “This is really pretty!” So now I’m going to ask others to do this to. Here’s what I’m asking my readers to do.

Take a picture of your own Christmas tree from your little ones perspective. *Fur babies count to!* and send it to me throught facebook at Please inclued your name, your little ones name (or fur child) and how old they are. I will chose a winner on the 15th of December. Winners will receive a $25 Coffee card from the favorite shop of their choice 🙂 and who doesn’t love hot coffee/ Chocolate during this time of the year? Winners will receive the card either through mail or digitally if possible (via paypal)

Please note only one entry per person.
You MAY change your chosen picture ONCE during the contest if you feel the orginal you submitted isn’t good enough.
Please understand this is images from a YOUNG child or pets perspective… Not someone who’s over the age of…lets say … 8 (since they are taller than a 5 yr old) OK it’s just proper and well fair since this IS from a SMALL childs persepctive.

I WILL be asking for an image of the poster and their little one or pet to display (in front of your tree please)
once I announce a winner so I can post it in here 🙂
Good luck to everyone and PLEASE pass on my link to family and friends.

Image submitted and taken by Shelley Sutherland – Westville NS


About Jaidemoon

Sylvia lives in Halifax NS in a well known neighbourhood called Spryfield Sylvia is also known in many writing circles as Lila Mosher. (her chosen pen name) She is in the process of getting her 1st book published, from a series called Steppin' Out that she's been working on for a few years (So far she's completed 4 books and the 5th one is almost done.) She's accomplished getting poetry published in the past but the most recent accomplishment was getting an article published in the Nova Scotia Advocate. (Something she's wanted to do for years) Sylvia has 2 children at home and is a altruistic lady who is forever trying to assist those in her community, she volunteers for the local food bank in her area and helps rescue cats though a rescue group she runs with her aunt called "Halicats". She firmly believes that kindness is a commodity and should be given freely. "I once was told as a teen... 'When storm clouds come rolling in, try to be someones rainbow.' I still try to do this on a daily basis." S. White. Sylvia Or Jaide in here has quite the following with her written works including a fan fiction series called Generation Ork. and several other stories that you can find on line. Check them out in the links on her blog.
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