Little Red Stories

Little Red Story: Henry's Here!

March 28, 2014
posted by Tracy Baldwin

Like many parents, the Little Red Story Winner for February Maggie G. from Gainesville, GA, aspires to recreate the best parts of her childhood for her children.   That’s why she and her husband gave their son Henry, 10 months, an extra special gift this Christmas--his first Radio Flyer wagon.

Little Red Story: Her Wish

February 27, 2014
posted by Tracy Baldwin

What was once a special prize at a local Wales Kiwanis Club Easter Egg Hunt nearly 25 years ago will again be a treasured reward—as the gift of a Radio Flyer Town & Country Wagon comes full circle.   Some lucky family will receive the wagon at this year’s contest, thanks to our Little Red Story Winner for January:  David M.

Wedding Day Ideas: Ten Tips to Add Radio Flyer Style

February 16, 2014
posted by Tracy Baldwin

Wedding planning can be fun – it’s your chance to proclaim your love for another human being in a way that is uniquely you.  We are proud to have been a part of many wedding celebrations through the years as a vehicle that transports people to some of their best memories. 

Little Red Story Winner: Chemo Fun

January 31, 2014
posted by Tracy Baldwin

It’s not often you see the words “chemo” and  “fun” together … but Christina Anderson, who lives in Aurora, Colorado, shared with us what it means for her family.

Little Red Story: My First Ride

December 23, 2013
posted by Tracy Baldwin

Congratulations to Brian Clarke of Benicia, Calif., our November Little Red Stories contest winner.  Brian’s entry, “My First Ride,” features his 1-year-old son Jack at a friend’s birthday party enjoying his first wagon ride.  We love how the photo and story captures the joy and wonder of childhood and a memorable first.

Little Red Story Winner: Mama Sit!

December 09, 2013
posted by Tracy Baldwin

Congratulations to Reesa Allee, our October Little Red Stories contest winner for her story, “Mama Sit.”  She and her husband, Tre, adopted a little boy from Ethiopia last year—Amare Dawit.   Reesa keeps her own blog about her family’s adventure into adoption, including anticipating the arrival of a little sister from Ethiopia soon! 

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