Brush With Fame

15 Jul

Wow.  Wow.  On a day when Seabass just CANNOT pull it together and has me chasing my tail in desperation, I’ve just been given a little pick-me-up.  It’s like I’ve made contact with Steven Spielberg or Chuck Norris or something.  Check it out:

Hello, please pardon the intrusion. I’m Mike Gatten, inventor of Miracle Blanket. Your blog was brought to my attention because of your mention of the Miracle Blanket. (And a great job telling your story I might add!) I can’t thank you and others enough for helping us spread the word because people just don’t believe us when we tell them it might be “this easy.” That’s why word-of-mouth has been the biggest source of growth for us since day one.

To show our gratitude I’d like to send you a free Miracle Blanket.

Please contact Susan in Marketing and let her know what color you would like.

And again, thank you very much.

Mike

Mike, from all the mommies of crazy colicky babies, thank you.  Your product kicks serious swaddle blanket heiney.

And sheesh, I guess people really do read mom blogs.

Hello, please pardon the intrusion. I’m Mike Gatten, inventor of Miracle Blanket. Your blog was brought to my attention because of your mention of the Miracle Blanket. (And a great job telling your story I might add!) I can’t thank you and others enough for helping us spread the word because people just don’t believe us when we tell them it might be “this easy.” That’s why word-of-mouth has been the biggest source of growth for us since day one.

To show our gratitude I’d like to send you a free Miracle Blanket.

Please contact Susan in Marketing and let her know what color you would like. Susan@MiracleBlanket.com or (214) 675.0539 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (214) 675.0539 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.

And again, thank you very much.

Mike

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6 Responses to “Brush With Fame”

  1. Caroline July 15, 2010 at 2:11 pm #

    That is soooooo cool. Sooooo cool.

    • jaimeclewis July 15, 2010 at 2:15 pm #

      It really is. Good people.

  2. Patty Thayer July 15, 2010 at 6:46 pm #

    Holy crap! That is amazing – congrats!

    James, I love the blog and I must meet Seabass soon. If only I could get out of this office! When Jenny gets to town – pool party at my house – be there!

    • Fuka January 21, 2013 at 3:56 am #

      Do you have a plaster panitnig shop by you? I painted my niece a piggy bank for her 1st birthday. You might also be able to find a bank at a craft store.When I had my baby my brother’s girlfriend made her a plaque to hang on her wall. She bought a wooden plaque and some letters to spell out her name and painted it all and glued it together. Of course you would have to know the name to do this. You could tye dye/decorate (or something similar) some onesies for the baby.At my shower the ladies used fabric markers to decorate burp cloths.You could make some sort of mobile, maybe if you know some origami or something like that.You could take photographs of baby like things/paint pictures and create wall hangings.Create some sort of photo album or baby book where they can record memories. You can get a lot of stuff for that in the scrapbooking section at craft stores. Best of luck! Handmade gifts are the best.

  3. Debbie July 16, 2010 at 9:05 am #

    Cool! You’re getting famous yourself.

  4. Jess July 21, 2010 at 2:04 am #

    Oh man! I wish I’d known about it 12 weeks ago! My son Finn is now 12 weeks old and past the super difficult stage. He had baaaaaaaad colic for about 3 weeks… it’s a rude introduction to bringing the baby home, huh?

    Jess
    xx

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