As a parent, you may not realize this, but you are an amazing superhero! I'll show you three superhero powers all parents have in a bit.
So we at Småkassen thought it was fitting to give you a superhero name, and we will reveal your secret identity to you when you create a profile.
We know you will only share your secret identity with close friends, so when someone tells us your secret identity then we know you want them to join the Småkassen family.
Everybody can get their own secret superhero identity. All you have to do is register your profile with us. Then a few days later we will email you your new identity.
Tell your friends to share your secret identity with us when they order their first Småkassen.
When your friends see the coupon box on our website (it is on the address page) then they only have to tell us who you really are and we will know you have shared your secret identity to give them the discount.
And to help fund your superhero activities we will give you 15 % of the value that your friends keep which goes towards your first Småkassen.
So now go and share the experience of Småkassen with all your friends and tell them your superhero identity 😍
Let's take a look at some of your superhero powers!
That's right, you can read minds. Often, it only takes one look and you understand exactly what your child needs or wants! This super power helps prevent frustration, of course mostly that of your child. Can you imagine how annoying it would be if you wanted to communicate something but nobody understood you? Thankfully as a parent you understand them!
Your kids come running towards you, if they can, tears flowing down their cheeks, crying, in pain. No doctor would be able to help them, but as a parent you can! You simply ask what is going on and then elevate all the pain with a simple kiss. And then the magic happens, it is like watching a soccer player go from agony and rolling on the ground in extreme pain to running at full force in just seconds, your kids as well will jump up and continue playing as if nothing had ever happened. This is the power of the kiss.
This super power is mostly invisible to the child, sure they know you are super strong when they need the jar with jam opened. But we all know that that is just the top of the iceberg. Constantly cleaning the house without visible progress. Walking in a busy shop with a screaming tired child. Or being available at all times of the day or night. These things may not sound like super powers, but they are. Only a parent could do this without (too much) complaining!