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https://www.disneystore.com/free-...d9ded80INT

Several Throws are on sale for $15. Use code: FREEPZ for free personalization.

Free ship with code: SHIPMAGIC for orders over $75.

Choose from:


Mickey
Anna & Elsa
Finding Dory
Minnie
Belle
Princess
Spiderman
Lightening McQueen

See post #14 below for another gift idea!

A lot of nice items on clearance also:
https://www.disneystore.com/disne...ms=1001152

Please note several users have reported that links do not work on smartphones. Please access via a computer if you can. We are looking into why this is happening.
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getting page not found?
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Yup. Neither links work.
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getting page not found?
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Yup. Neither links work.
https://www.disneystore.com/free-...n/1029810/
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Cute idea, but I wish the offerings weren't so gender-obvious: princesses in pink/red or boy characters in blue/black. Friends and family have been kindly sending our newborn daughter gifts over the past few weeks, but despite our best efforts her room is taking on a pink hue.

The Nemo one seems alright.
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Girls should be pink, boys should be blue. Been that way for probably 10 million years and should stay that way
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Cute idea, but I wish the offerings weren't so gender-obvious: princesses in pink/red or boy characters in blue/black. Friends and family have been kindly sending our newborn daughter gifts over the past few weeks, but despite our best efforts her room is taking on a pink hue.

The Nemo one seems alright.
I get that pink has taken over my house and my daughter is three and love both Anna and Elsa and Spider-Man a few more gender neutral would be nice
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It's not letting me add to bag... anyone else having the same problem?
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I have heard that Disney link does not work on smart phones for some reason. If you can try a computer that may solve the issue.
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Girls should be pink, boys should be blue. Been that way for probably 10 million years and should stay that way
I think you mean 'since the mid-1980s'. Wink

I think you're being sarcastic, but there history behind baby colors is actually kind of interesting. Before ~1900, there was no real concept of 'baby colors'. And later when blue and pink became common, they were largely treated as unisex. It wasn't until the 1980s and widespread ultrasound testing that parents could start decorating with a girl or boy in mind, leading to the trend we see today. Not so long ago, red was actually considered a masculine color adorning military uniforms, officers, and royalty. Blue was often seen as feminine due to its artistic association with the Virgin Mary. I'm not trying to pick any arguments, but it is kind of interesting and many articles have covered it in recent years. Either way, I certainly haven't banned pink from my daughter, but I'm not a fan of marketing based so dominantly on her gender.
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Girls should be pink, boys should be blue. Been that way for probably 10 million years and should stay that way
Actually - it used to be that all babies were dressed in pink until the mid-20th century - where after the 1950's marketing decisions designed to profit companies and assimilate shopping experiences to dictate buyer preferences told you girls should be pink and boys should be blue.

Think I heard it on NPR first, but maybe you're not the NPR type to trust their info, so here's a link to the U of Maryland social study.

http://www.livescience.com/22037-...-boys.html
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you two should talk and get your propanda on the same track at least. In any case the current system works great, Girls pink, boys blue. the end

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I think you mean 'since the mid-1980s'. Wink

I think you're being sarcastic, but there history behind baby colors is actually kind of interesting. Before ~1900, there was no real concept of 'baby colors'. And later when blue and pink became common, they were largely treated as unisex. It wasn't until the 1980s and widespread ultrasound testing that parents could start decorating with a girl or boy in mind, leading to the trend we see today. Not so long ago, red was actually considered a masculine color adorning military uniforms, officers, and royalty. Blue was often seen as feminine due to its artistic association with the Virgin Mary. I'm not trying to pick any arguments, but it is kind of interesting and many articles have covered it in recent years. Either way, I certainly haven't banned pink from my daughter, but I'm not a fan of marketing based so dominantly on her gender.
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Actually - it used to be that all babies were dressed in pink until the mid-20th century - where after the 1950's marketing decisions designed to profit companies and assimilate shopping experiences to dictate buyer preferences told you girls should be pink and boys should be blue.

Think I heard it on NPR first, but maybe you're not the NPR type to trust their info, so here's a link to the U of Maryland social study.

http://www.livescience.com/22037-...-boys.html
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you two should talk and get your propanda on the same track at least. In any case the current system works great, Girls pink, boys blue. the end
No conflict. The current arrangement didn't come into existence overnight. Marketers did indeed drive the change gradually, and non-uniformly. I've read that the genderization of pink and blue started after WWII, but that is greatly accelerated in the 80s.
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bounceAnd another idea!! Add in a Halloween tote for $4.95 here: https://www.disneystore.com/bags-...5/1000291/

Then use code FREESHIP to score free shipping on entire order.

So for $19.95 you will have a personalized blanket and a Halloween tote shipped.
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bounceAnd another idea!! Add in a Halloween tote for $4.95 here: https://www.disneystore.com/bags-...5/1000291/

Then use code FREESHIP to score free shipping on entire order.

So for $19.95 you will have a personalized blanket and a Halloween tote shipped.
Thx! I'm Jewish but I'll take the Halloween tote anyway :-)
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