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Giveaways (CLOSED and winner chosen)

Here are some neat giveaways and great deals going on right now...
$5 Dinner Mom Cookbook Giveaway
Awesome deals everyday at Baby Half Off
LOTS of giveaways listed at Me & My Boys

AND A GIVEAWAY FROM ME!
MY SON RANDOMLY DREW POST #1 - Yay Vanna. Will be contacting the winner shortly.
Your choice of ONE of these diapers and wipes holders! (Even if you don't use disposable diapers, these are handy little bags for other things!)

ENTRIES:
1st entry must be to comment telling me which holder you'll pick if you win. (Please leave your email address with each comment in the format "emailaddy AT gmail DOT com" to avoid spam) Open to US and Canadian residents.

EXTRA ENTRIES (leave a separate comment for each of the following):
2 entries if you blog about this giveaway (comment twice leaving a link to your blog entry)
1 entry for posting this giveaway on facebook
1 entry for following my blog
1 entry for posting a link to another online giveaway/deal (up to 3 separate entries for these posts)

DEADLINE: This giveaway will end on Monday, Dec. 14th around 5 p.m. MST.

and even more giveaways online...
SwaddleDesigns zzZip Me Sack Giveaway

Comments

vanna said…
yay i'm first....does that mean i automatically win....if i do i want the cute one with pink hearts!
vanna72 AT live dot com
Candace Turner said…
Ok, I dont have a baby but I LOVE the black and white one!!!!
cutelittlecajun AT hotmail DOT COM
Michelle said…
I would pick the animal one but also really like the hearts. So cute.
fleajason at hotmail dot com
Kasey said…
I love them all! Love the giveaway idea. You know my addy.... :)
brandonsmom said…
thanks for the link! the black and white one is so cute!
Lisa said…
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Lisa said…
No baby for me but I'm hoping in the future. I love the black and white but all are cute. I hope I'm only leaving this comment once bc the first one messe up :(
lisanoe91 at gmaildotcom

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