Whoever Said “Being Cute Doesn’t Pay” Has Just Been Proven Wrong

Do you have a cute kid that makes people take notice no matter where you’re at? Obviously, every parent believes that their child is adorable. If your kid is genuinely cute, wouldn’t it be great to have him or her be recognized for it?

If your kid is cute enough, it could actually pay off big time. At the Cute Kid Homepage, you can enter your kid into a contest that could help pay for college and bring in plenty of other perks.

The Cute Kid Homepage

The Cute Kid Homepage is a site that makes it possible for you to enter your child into a baby contest to see who has the cutest kid of the year. If they decide that your kid is the most adorable, he or she will be named the “Cutekid of the year.” What exactly does this mean for you and your child?

First of all, it means that your child is going to get a great head start on saving for college. They will win a $25,000 prize to go toward college expenses. While that probably won’t pay for all of their college costs, it will definitely be a great start. In addition to the free college money, you will also get to take an all expenses paid trip to the big city with your child. Your kid will get to go on tour with the company and show off his or her cuteness.

You’ll also get a meeting with a modeling agency to see if your kid has what it takes to be a baby model. You’ll also get a CuteKid Treasure Chest. In short, being cute can definitely pay off in a big way.

How to Enter

If you think that your kid is cute enough to win the contest, entering is easy. Just go to their website and enter your information into the form. Then click on the “Join” button. You’ll then be taken to a page that will allow you to upload a photo of your child and enter the contest. If you win, they’ll notify you. It really is that simple.

So what are you waiting on? You have a cute kid, don’t you? Then upload a picture and let your precious little baby show off those good looks. It could really give your baby a head start on all of the other kids out there who can’t afford college.

Enter today