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Monday, March 2, 2015

Skip Hop Moby Collection Prize Pack Giveaway {Spring in to Spring Giveaway Hop}

Spring gives all living creatures the opportunity for rebirth and renewal. Do you planning to take up any new projects this spring? Mommy's Favorite Things and from Mama's Baby Cupcakes invite you to welcome the season of hope and growth with the "Spring in to Spring" Giveaway Hop. Each participating blog is giving you the chance to win a prize valued $25 or more, including the Grand Prize of a $60 gift card to Umi Shoes and a Bubble Guppies DVD.

My Giveaway

To help your kids have more fun at bath time this spring, Skip Hop has generously offered to give one of my lucky readers this adorable prize pack, consisting of three cool products from their Moby Collection - Moby Floating Bath Thermometer, Moby Non-Slip Bath Mat, and Moby Waterfall Bath Rinser. The total retail value of the package is $40.

We all know how important it is to ensure that baby’s bath water is at the correct temperature. Moby Floating Bath Thermometer takes out the guess work and gives an accurate measurement of the water in the tub. It utilizes a color-changing LED to indicate if the water is too hot (red), too cold (blue) or just right (green). It floats as a cute whale bath boy. When not in use, it suctions to any tiled surface for easy storage and safekeeping while its tail doubles as a washcloth hook.

Moby Non-slip Bath Mat is designed to minimize the chance of injuries during bath time for older babies and toddlers. The textured material keeps child from slipping and sliding in the tub. It also offers cushion to make bath time more comfortable. The suction cups that come with the mat keep the mat securely in place as your little one enjoys the splashes.

The all-new Waterfall Bath Rinser makes rinsing the baby easier and faster. Its uniquely designed rubber lip fits snuggly to the forehead so that water is less likely to get in the eyes. It's also easy to handle with one hand while providing a steady, sufficient flow of water for rinsing.

Your child will sure love tub time more with the help of Moby the Whale! All these products are available at and qualify for free shipping on orders over $40. $150 American Express Gift Card Giveaway

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Things Are Not What They Seem Blog Tour: Review & $50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

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Things are not always what they seem. This is a lesson that everyone is most likely to learn through their life experiences. Now authors of Things Are Not What They Seem brilliantly attempt to teach youngsters about this important lesson in the most fun way possible -- through a charming story filled with crazy fantasies and adventures! Follow the blog tour here for reviews, excerpts, and guest posts, as well as the chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card or PayPal cash.

About Things Are Not What They Seem:

What would you do if you were sitting on a park bench, minding your own business, and one of those annoying pigeons suddenly started to talk to you? And what if the pigeon didn’t just talk to you – in a meticulous British accent, no less – but pleaded with you to help untangle a piece of string that had accidentally attached his leg to a wrought iron fence surrounding the playground? And what if, while you are still convinced that this is all a big nasty trick, a hawk swoops down out of the sky and starts cursing at you, also in the King’s English, for getting in his way when he wanted to execute the pigeon?

That is the quandary in which Jennifer (almost 13 years old and probably a bit too smart for her own good) finds herself one sweltering July morning while babysitting her 11-year-old (very precocious) brother James and his mopey, allergy-prone friend Sleepy. She soon learns that the bird is actually a man named Arthur Whitehair, a 19th-century Englishman who had been turned into an eternally-lived pigeon by misreading an ancient spell that was supposed to give him eternal life as a human. Likewise, an unscrupulous colleague of his, named Malman, had been turned into a hawk by Whitehair’s blunder. After years of searching, Whitehair claims (half-truthfully) that Malman has found him hiding in Central Park and is now out for revenge. On top of all this strange business, Jennifer has recently begun having weird dreams in which a crazy-looking man with curly red hair speaks cryptic phrases in Latin. Are they random phrases, or messages? And why would some sketchy guy be sending her messages in her dreams?

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Days of Future Past Book Blast: $50 Amazon Gift Card or PayPal Cash

Our future is built upon our past and present. What can we do today to make our future better? Can an intense romantic relationship sustain the test of time? Will a natural disaster present the opportunity for reconstruction rather than pure destruction? That's the sort of question that popped up in my mind when I first read about Days of Future Past. Take a look at the book yourself and enter for your chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card from the author.

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It is by no means an irrational fancy that, in a future existence, we shall look upon what we think of as our present existence, as a dream. --Edgar Allen Poe

Fate sometimes conspires to right a decades-old wrong. And the 6.8 earthquake that strikes Southern California one warm March night is the fateful event that brings family therapist Ann Hart and trauma specialist Ted McConaughy back together. In search of her cell phone after the tremor, Ann picks up a shard of vintage cut glass from a collection she and her husband gathered during the four years of their marriage. For the millionth time she thinks about the day six years ago when he disappeared on a search and rescue mission in the Sierra foothills.

Sitting atop the shattered crystal, a small silver cigar lighter glistens in the beam of her flashlight. Gently she returns the Victorian piece to the shelf. What does it mean that something she and Ted, her ex-fiancé, bought together survived when Alex’s beautiful glass is smashed to dust? Ann tells herself that it doesn’t mean anything more than glass breaks and silver doesn’t.

Sara Jane McConaughy has never experienced a strong earthquake, and as her father comforts his 16-year-old daughter, his mind is flooded with memories of the Northridge quake in 1994. He was living with his fiancée, his ex-fiancée, and even after all these years he doesn’t know what caused the split, but he always loved her. And he’d been sure she loved him.

Volunteering with the American Red Cross in the aftermath of the earthquake brings Ann and Ted face-to-face for the first time since their break-up, twenty years ago. Angry, flustered, excited, and bewildered by Ted’s sudden appearance and unusual behavior while she’s teaching a small group of people relaxing exercises, Ann demands he leave. Just as excited and bewildered, Ted rushes away. His exit leaves both of them wondering about … everything. The earthquake (or is it seeing Ann?) ignites a series of recurring dreams peopled by total strangers in places Ted has never been.
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