RSS Email Recap and Giveaway-CLOSED

As everyone has to know by now we are finally moved and settled into our new place in Delaware. When Melinda and I were looking at places in Delaware the place we are living now really stood out because of a few things but one of the main features was the huge deck. Melinda and I discussed what we could get to make our deck a place where we would hang out often with the kids, family and friends. We had a bistro set but needed two additional chairs and another table to make the deck complete and Hayneedle had the perfect set of Adirondack chairs.

The good thing is Melinda and I decided in advance that we wanted a nice set of Adirondack chairs. So we went to Hayneedle and clicked on the Adirondack chairs link under patio and garden and we were taken to That is where were given a huge selection to choose from like painted wood, recycled plastic , cedar, teak and many more. After some searching we both agreed on the Big Daddy Reclining Adirondack Chair set with free side table. If you notice these chairs and I have something in common. I will give you a moment to figure it out. Has it come to you yet? If not I will give you the answer, me and the chairs are both called Big Daddy. This kind of made the decision easy for me. Who doesn’t like chairs that share the same name as them?

The chairs are a really nice kiln dried Asian fir with a weather resistant natural finish with an attached retractable ottoman. They came unassembled but it took only about hour total to put both of them together. The step by step directions were easy to follow and very detailed. The side table came already assembled so that setup in seconds. We are really enjoying our chairs so far and they are super comfortable to sit in especially with the ottoman out.

The journey began in 2002 as Netshops when Founders Doug Nielson, Mark Hasebroock and Julie Mahloch acquired and saw potential to launch more sites each focusing on a certain product category. In August 2009 the name was changed to Hayneedle and a new easy to navigate website was unveiled. Hayneedle consists of 220 stores and counting each devoted to a single product category like and just to name a few. is your one stop shop with so many stores and items to choose from you are bound to find what you are looking for.
Hayneedle is giving on lucky Look What Mom Found…and Dad too! reader one item of their choice worth up to $200. All you have to do is go to Hayneedle and tell me what three stores you like the most.

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