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Thursday, August 30, 2012

3 Easy Homemade Snacks Kids Love

The following is a guest post by Roxanne Porter. Thank-you Roxanne, for the great article.

Feeding kids is often a stretch of your imagination. There are so many healthy and great tasting recipes out there, but you do not have time to look through them all. You also don’t have the time to spare to be cooking for hours. All you want is a tasty snack that your kids will love, is easy to make, and, preferably, is healthy for them too. So, here are three recipes that should help you out:

1. Fruit Rollups – Instead of buying the corn syrup filled store brand, why not make your own fruit rolls? It is very easy and only takes two ingredients and a dehydrator or oven! With two cups of blended strawberries and a quarter of a teaspoon of cinnamon, you can make your kids their very own fruit rolls, and they stay fresh for a long time in the fridge.

2. Frozen Banana Bites – With only three ingredients, this healthy, tasty, and filling chilled treat will have your kids begging for more! Bananas, peanut butter, and chocolate combine into delight when frozen. Melt the chocolate chips and peanut butter together and stir well. Then dip the banana chunks and set on parchment paper to freeze. Serve after an hour or wait overnight to fully freeze. Yummy and a great way to cool off! You can sprinkle them with coconut too.

3. Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites – This yummy treat is easy to make also. Mix peanut butter, brown sugar, powdered sugar and a little butter together for the filling. Roll into balls and press between pretzels. Let cool in the freezer until firm and then dip in melted chocolate. Yum!

These snacks are easy to make and very tasty. For more great recipe ideas, check out FoodGawker or Pinterest. The images really make your mouth water and you can come across ones you have never heard of before. Try out these three with your kids and see which is their favorite new snack!

Author Bio:
Roxanne Porter is a freelancer & a regular contributor for She helps in providing knowledge about nanny services & love writing on nanny related articles. She helps in giving a fair knowledge about nanny Jobs to the community. You can be in touch with her at “r.poter08[at]gmail[dot]com”.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

{WINNER} Lovable Labels Back to School Pack Giveaway

Announcement: The lucky WINNER for the Lovable Labels Back to School Pack Giveaway that ended August 23, 2012 is..... (drum roll, please).

Congratulations to Andrea Bilec (#200)

I have sent you an email. You have 48 hours to respond. Thanks everyone for participating in my giveaway contests.

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Carter's Watch The Wear Gift Card Giveaway

When shopping for kids clothing now a days- there are so many options! As a mom, there are certain qualities in clothing I want and expect! The clothes need to be (add your own adjective here) and (add your own adjective here) and my kids want them to be (add your own adjective here)! If you have like clothing with those standards than Carter’s Watch the Wear clothing would be perfect for you!

Carter’s Watch the Wear was started in 1890 after Abigail Carter invented the first ever overalls! The sale of the overalls, which were ultra comfortable and affordable quickly spread throughout the United Stated! Carter & Sons became the premier manufacturer of denim overalls and “work wear” and then expanded in to marketing boy’s overalls, as well as railroad overalls, painter pants, coats, jumpers and putting shirts eventually putting everything under the simple trademark “Carter’s”! Growing again a few years later to selling their new ski jackets, sport jackets and wool mackinaw coats, Carter’s would soon acquire the Watch the Wear Overall Company of Keen, New Hampshire and its trade name “Watch the Wear”!

Under the new trademark of "Carter's Watch the Wear”, H.W. Carter & Sons continued to expand and grow and today they offer adorable and affordable children's clothing! Carter’s Watch the Wear takes pride in the affordability and durability of their clothing! So they have teamed up with Mom Powered Media to offer one lucky winner a $200 gift card! $200 can go a long way at Carter's Watch The Wear- so enter below to win your little one a whole new wardrobe!


One (1) lucky reader will have a chance to win a $200 Carter's Gift Card. Chosen winners will be selected via through Rafflecopter and is open to US and Canadian residents, ages 18+ (ends September 19, 2012 at 11:59pm EST). Winner will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize. GOOD LUCK!

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Cooper's Pack Travel Guide to Seattle {Review}

I love the idea of having travel books just for kids. it's a great way for them to learn about places and attractions as well as motivate them to explore. I received a copy of "Cooper's Pack Travel Guide to Seattle." The book covers points of interest such as Pike Place Market, Space Needle, and Wall of Gum. We do take road trips to Seattle occasionally since we are pretty close to the border. It's been a while since we traveled there. Now that little Brandon is older and understand what is happening around, he's more excited about trips.

I showed him the travel book and it was the colorful images and animal characters (Cooper the dog and Elliot the Otter) that got him interested. Now he wants to bring along his favorite stuffed animal friend whenever we go on our travels. The book also describes the "Ride the Ducks" tour, which we have yet to try sometime.

The book includes an interactive education and activity section plus look for hidden secrets or "buried bones" throughout the book. Activities include Seattle Aviation,
Weather, Fun Facts, Maps, and Cooper’s photos. Perfect for 4-11 year olds, gifting, education, and anyone who loves traveling, stuffed or otherwise.

Follow Cooper as he explores Seattle, the Emerald City, with his friend Elliott the Otter. From Pike Place Market to the Space Needle, and all points in between, Cooper and Elliott share stories and sights on their adventure throughout Seattle. Learn about Seattle’s wall of gum along with why the Experience Music Project is a must visit, along with the Ride the Ducks tour.

In addition, Cooper answers the question: Does it really rain that much in Seattle?

Remember, traveling stuffed animals have more fun!

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the book the PR firm or Publisher for review purposes only. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts. No other compensation was given.

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Travel Tips for Kids - from Cooper's Pack

Brandon Rudd, Publisher of the hit new travel book series for kids - Cooper's Pack Travel Guides - can provide tips and tricks on traveling with your kids!

Brandon didn't start traveling himself until he was 30 years old, so he has a passion for helping the younger generations travel and have fun with mom and dad in new cities. Cooper’s Pack has launched four children’s travel books (so far) featuring London, Seattle, New York City and Alaska.Look for Paris, Athens and Bangkok in 2012!

Brandon's Top Travel Tips for Kids:

1. Learn about where you are going before you go.

EXAMPLE: Read a travel guide, search the internet, talk to a relative or
friend about their experiences there). Everyone wins when they are invested
in trip.

2. Bring a friend...

EXAMPLE: Bring your best friend...if they can't go, bring your favorite
stuffed animal friend. Stuffed animals love to travel too!

3. Take a camera!

EXAMPLE: Take pictures of your favorite sites, stuffed animal and things
you can't see at home.

4. Bring a small backpack

EXAMPLE: Bring a small backpack so you can carry your camera, stuffed
animal, travel guide, area map and any souvenirs you buy.

5. Carry snacks...candy bar, string cheese, gummy bears, granola bars, etc.

EXAMPLE/BACKGROUND: You never know when you are going to get hungry and
sometimes food is not always available, especially on an airplane.

Other suggestions:

-Pack light, don't bring a pillow
-Buy a souvenir
-Take notes about what you saw and where you went
-Make sure everyone in your family/group gets to see/visit something they
-Try the local food
-Always visit a park if there is one nearby
-Be safe and make new friends

Learn more about these great gift books at

Plus, check out the eBook offerings for the iPad available in the iTunes App Marketplace here:

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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Photo Thieves Claiming Other's Pictures as Their Own Child

I recently found out from fellow bloggers about companies or other people stealing your photos. They claim the photos are either you or their child. After hearing this made me so sick and it makes me sad to hear this. You find all kinds of crazy people on the internet nowadays. I was reading a post from Shawntae at A Little King and I and read her story. She found that this company used her son's photo without her permission and made T-shirts from it. Read about her full story here.

She also linked another blog as well that someone is pretending the photo is their child. You can read the post from Mandy at A Sorta Fairytale HERE.

I never really watermark my pictures of my son Brandon or pics that I take at random. I do watermark my photography and artwork pics though ( Now I need to take that bit of extra time to watermark all my photos. Thanks ladies for sharing your stories.

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Friday, August 24, 2012

Brandon at the Maritime Festival

Just a few photos of Brandon at the Maritime Festival a couple weeks ago.

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Kindle Fire Giveaway

Do you want to win an Amazon Kindle Fire? Giveaway Scoop and Tracky have got you covered. Go ahead and enter below for a chance to win one of these nifty tablets!

Hosted by Baby Costcutters, co-hosted by Confessions of a Messy Mama

So what’s Giveaway Scoop about?

Daily Giveaway Scoop scours the web to find the best 15 to 20 giveaways – all delivered in a familiar Pinterest style design. Plus since all the giveaways are just one click away, you can easily find the giveaways, contests and sweepstakes you want to enter. Give Giveaway Scoop a visit today and you’ll see how easy we’ve made it to find the web’s treasure chest of giveaways!


One (1) lucky reader will have a chance to win a Kindle Fire. Chosen winners will be selected via through Rafflecopter and is open Worldwide, ages 18+ (ends September 14, 2012 at 11:59pm EST). If winner is outside the US the prize will be $200 paypal cash. Winner will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize. GOOD LUCK!

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Guest Post: How to Teach Your Children to Communicate

The following is a guest post by Monta Fleming. Thank-you Monta, for the great article.

I grew up predominately in the 60’s. My dad was a no nonsense kind of guy who was pretty much of the mindset that children were to be seen and not heard. He was brought up in the east and his folks were doing quite well, even the Great Depression didn’t have an adverse effect on his folks. He was the youngest, quite spoiled, and only boy. He made up his mind before we were born that we wouldn’t grow up spoiled. We would take on the world without his help because he was not going to spoil us. He saw how it had made life harder for him. None of that for us, no siree Bob! (And his name was Bob.) He did teach us how to work. That was dad’s contribution to us and it was a good one, I’m very thankful.

My mom was raised a housewife, working from sun up to sun down cleaning, cooking, and making sure we were clean and healthy. Mom mainly talked about housework and cooking to me. Since I was the only girl she wanted to make sure I knew how to cook and clean. She would sit me up on the counter as a very young child and show me how to make a pie from scratch, homemade noodles, or the proper way to cut and cook vegetables. She instructed me on the proper way to make a bed, iron, and do laundry. These were great things to learn, I have never regretted having these skills. She was an extremely loving, protective, and nurturing woman who would protect you with her life. She was poor growing up, with an alcoholic father (who still loved through the alcohol) and a mom who taught her just like she taught me. But communication about ideas, feelings, and life information she did not share. As I look back at mom’s young upbringing I’m pretty sure she was never taught either.

I was quite shy as a young person, didn’t want to talk much, didn’t know what to say and didn’t want to say anything wrong. This made it hard growing up. I kept everything inside and played mainly by myself. I had a huge closet that I would sit in and play with my dolls. I also spent a lot of time sitting outside on a blanket writing, coloring, and reading. I sang songs, was congenial, and had a sweet disposition so my mom didn’t worry about me. I had two brothers who I mostly avoided because they were rough, playing in the dirt, and it seemed to me they were always in trouble. (And when I was around I was busy trying to keep them out of trouble… a mother hen.)

I knew literally nothing about relationships or how to communicate my feelings. I had tons of emotional issues that have taken me years to overcome, some that still crop up from time to time.

When I had children I was determined that I would tell them everything I’d learned the hard way about communicating my feelings, desires, and ideas. I knew that this was a powerful tool to give to my children, that the world is a much easier place when you are armed with this knowledge. I wanted to share some ways in which I tried to teach my children the art of communication. Hopefully these ideas will help others that may have been raised as I was and are just starting out with your children.

1. Read books and watch movies with them that provoke thought.
When you read thought provoking literature with your children take the time to ask them how it made them feel, and what did they think about what happened in the story. What could this person have done differently? Do the same with movies you see. Get them talking about their thoughts and feelings. I have a girl and a boy, I noticed it was easier for my daughter in these exercises but I did not let my son off easily. I kept reading and asking so that I could get him to articulate his feelings.

2. Talk with them about your day and encourage them to talk about theirs.
This is good to do on the way home from school, from a party, or from their friend’s house. Don’t wait till later because you won’t get much of anything out of them. Children share best right away. They haven’t learned to hang on to thoughts and ponder on them for hours and days the way we adults can often do. Ask direct questions, not just, “How was your day”. Ask them if they did anything they really liked, hated, or did someone do something silly. Ask them about their teacher, their friends, or an art project. Recess, lunch, etc. If you don’t get them talking to you when they are young then you can’t expect them to communicate as teenagers, which is an extremely important time to be able to share.

3. Initiate games and activities that require sharing.
My children used to love to play Charades. We didn’t exactly go according to the formal rules of Charades. I would just tell them to act out a movie, cartoon, or book we all knew and see if we could guess what it was. They had great fun with this and it’s a wonderful way to get them to express themselves without words. We also did animal impersonations and tried to guess what animal. It was creative, funny, and a time to bond.

Playing board games like Guess Who, Monopoly, and Pictionary are not only fun but inspire communication. Even though it’s not primarily an exercise in communication it’s a time to stimulate conversation.

There’s another fun activity where you place random items in a sack and give them to your kids. They open them and make up a story using the items that are in the sack to tell you a story. It sometimes can tell you a great deal about what they are thinking. It’s a good way to open up channels of communication.

4. Look at photographs together.
Pull out the old photos of family and friends. The photographs can be recent or ancient, from when you were young or your parent’s era. Talk about the people and the situations. Ask them what they felt like during this vacation or event. Tell them what was going on with you or your parents at this time in their lives.

5. Talk about your surroundings with your children.
The people you see or nature you come across when you’re walking or sitting on the beach. Ask your children what they think about the colors and the smells, how do they make you feel. Share with them stories about when you smell a certain flower it makes you feel this way or that. The sound of the ocean and the wind on your face takes you back to a time. The gardener who takes care of this garden sure does a good job, would you like to do that kind of work?

6. When they are upset help them to work out how they feel.
As I previously stated, my son was harder to do this with than my daughter. But children are not born knowing what sad feels like, happy, or hurt. They need to be taught to understand what they are feeling. Try not to let them get away with, “I don’t know”. Pull it out of them. If need be get a smiley face chart, the emoticons we use as texts. Use it so they can point to how they feel and then try to get them to use their words to describe.

It’s important to share with your children about how you are feeling. Not necessarily every part, of course they don’t need to know every aspect of your life. Communicate your thoughts and feelings as much as you can. Sometimes it feels as if you have to drag things out of them, but just keep at it. Be persistent, loving, and don’t give up. It’s worth all the effort as they grow older and your relationship grows deeper. You are helping them become successful adults with solid relationships because you have given them the gift of understanding their feelings and being able to communicate them.

Author Byline:
Monta the mother of three children serves as an Expert Advisor on multiple household help issues to many Organizations and groups, and is a mentor for other “Mom-preneurs” seeking guidance. She is a regular contributor of You can get in touch with her at montafleming6[At]gmail [dot]com.

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Pocahontas & Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World DVD

I grew up watching Disney animated films and I love almost all of them. I remember watching the first sequel of Pocahontas and it's been one of my favorites ever since. I was surprised to receive the Pocahontas two movie collection in 3-Disc Special Edition (which includes the Blu-Ray and 2 DVD discs). I finally got to see the movie at home with little Brandon. We even have the storybook, but now Brandon had a chance to see it on film. He really enjoyed it.

Disney heroine Pocahontas sparkles in this captivating classic, available for the first time in breathtaking Blu-ray High Definition! The rich animation and Academy Award-winning music burst forth with all the "Colors Of The Wind" in this amazing 2-movie collection of Pocahontas and Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World - The 3-disc combo also features a DVD of each of them.


Disc 1 - Blu-ray Two Feature Films + Bonus
* Pocahontas and Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World
* Drawing Inpsiration: The Lost Story of Hiawatha
* "Little Hiawatha" Cartoon - short
* Deleted Song: "If I Never Knew You"
* The Music of Pocahontas
* Deleted Scenes

Disc 2 - DVD Feature Film + Bonus
* Pocahontas
* The Music of Pocahontas

Disc 3 - DVD Feature Film + Bonus
* Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World
* Pocahontas II DVD Storybook


Fun and excitement are "Just Around The Riverbend" as Pocahontas and her friends Flit and Meeko find adventure at home and abroad in these sweeping stories from the earliest days of American history. This POCAHONTAS 2-Movie Collection delivers action-packed stories of adventure, friendship and courage that your family will cherish forever.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the DVD Blu-Ray from the PR firm or Company for review purposes only. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts. No other compensation was given.
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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

GiftHulk Giveaway: $250 in Amazon Gift Cards

At GiftHulk, users can earn gift cards, electronics and other rewards the easy way by doing things they already do online – searching, answering surveys and more!

GiftHulk offers users more than 15 different ways to earn Hulk Coins! These include Search&Win, Offer Walls, Daily Surveys, Friends Connect, Treasure Box (patent pending technology) and much more!

Currently GiftHulk is open to users from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.

GiftHulk - Rewards The EZ Way

Why GiftHulk?

“Time Is Money.” However, when it comes to surfing on the Internet we totally forget about it and spend our time refreshing Facebook and Twitter to see if there is a fresh update. We all do it.

GiftHulk established a way to make it possible to gain from surfing the web and your online daily activities! The main goal is to allow people the things that they really want and need – for absolutely FREE!

That is the main reason they offer such a huge selection of gifts, from department and fashion stores to online shopping cards to premium game account cards and even cool gadgets! The idea is that every person will be able to enjoy GiftHulk!

Hosted by Mom to Bed by 8, Powered By Mom, Real Mom Reviews and Mom Always Finds Out.


One (1) lucky reader will have a chance to win a $150 Amazon Gift Card & Two (2) additional winners will win $50 Amazon Gift Cards. Chosen winners will be selected via through Rafflecopter and is open to US and Canadian residents, ages 18+ (ends September 3, 2012 at 11:59pm EST). Winner will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize. GOOD LUCK!

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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Tips for Choosing the Right Backpack for Your Child

It’s back-to-school time and that means shopping for essential school items. While a backpack is the most popular and practical way for children and teenagers to carry their books and school supplies, backpacks that are too heavy or worn incorrectly can cause serious back, neck and shoulder pain.

When back pain strikes, parents need to be armed with a safe, fast and natural pain product made just for children – Topricin Junior Pain Relief and Healing Cream.

Topricin Junior is a pediatrician-recommended natural pain relief and healing cream specially formulated for children with 14 safe, natural biomedicines that rapidly target pain and support and assist the body to detoxify and stimulate blood flow that increases oxygenation of the skin to speed healing and relieve symptoms of all aches and pains and boo boos of life.

Topricin Junior’s key active ingredients include arnica for injuries and bruising to the muscles and joints, echinacea to help reduce inflammation and graphites for most skin conditions.

Tips for Back Safety
 Lou Paradise, president and chief of research of Topical BioMedics, offers the following tips for proper backpack safety:

-Make sure backpacks fit properly and have padded backs and straps.

-Children should wear BOTH straps – slinging a backpack over one shoulder can strain muscles.

-Teach your child to pack light only carry what is necessary to avoid any excess weight.

-A backpack should weigh no more than 10% -20% of the child’s body weight.

-The backpack’s straps should fit snuggly over the child’s shoulders.

-Parents should pick up their child’s backpack on a regular basis to gauge its weight.

-Make sure the backpack is positioned on the back between the shoulder and not resting on the child’s lower back or hips.

-Tighten the straps so the pack sits close to the body.

-Organize the pack carefully and pack the heavier items closet to the center of the back.

-If your child experiences back pain, weakness or numbness in the arms or legs, be sure to speak with your doctor.

Look for Signs That Signal a Backpack is Too Heavy
 Paradise says it is important for parents to look for signs that their child’s back is too heavy and take steps to ensure their child’s back safety.

Signs to look for include:

-A change in your child’s posture when wearing the backpack

-Struggling to put on or take off the backpack

-Pain when wearing the backpack

-Red marks from the shoulder straps after the backpack has been removed.

Topricin Junior Application Instructions
If your child complains about a sore back or muscles generously apply Topricin Junior as needed three inches on and around to affected area/injury for pain relief. Rub in well until absorbed.

For best results, apply evenings, morning/after bathing and 3 – 4 or more times during the day as needed.

Features to Look for When Choosing a Backpack
When shopping with your child for a backpack, be sure look for the following features:

-Two shoulder straps to distribute weight evenly

-Wide, padded shoulder straps that won’t dig into shoulders causing pain and cutting off circulation

-Padded back provides more comfort and protects children from being poked by sharp objects inside the backpack

-Backpack should be made of durable, lightweight material

-Waist belt to distribute the weight more evenly across the body

-Backpacks with wheels are an excellent choice for students who must tote a heavy load, but are less practical for use in snow during the winter months

Topricin Junior’s convenient 1.5 ounce tube (MSRP $12.99) is just the right size to keep on hand when boo boos happen and can be easily stored in the medicine cabinet, first aid kit, glove compartment, sports bag or purse.

In addition, Topricin’s ‘Boo Boos Happen’ first aid kit (MSRP $19.99) is a must-have for parents and includes: a tube of Topricin Junior and ‘Ouchies’ self adhesive bandages that kids can decorate themselves, creating a design with the markers that are included. The handy zippered blue bag is perfect for tucking in other essentials and is recyclable.

Topricin Junior is available in pharmacies, natural food stores, and other fine retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods, Vitamin Shoppe, Vitamin World, Fred Meyer, Wegmans, and other retail stores throughout the U.S., as well as direct from the Topical BioMedics’ online store.

To learn more about Topricin Junior, go to

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Blogger Opp: Blogorama Bonanza Back 2 School

Blogorama Bonanza Back 2 School 2012 Event

Sponsored by Gutzy Gear

Event Details:

* Event Dates: August 20, 2012 to August 28, 2012

* Free Facebook or Twitter Link

* Event will consist of 150 blogs joining together to bring you this awesome giveaway from sponsoring companies. Help spread the word about the Blogorama Bonanza Back 2 School 2012 Event on your blog, Facebook, and/or Twitter.

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Friday, August 17, 2012

Baby Party Giveaway: Win Baby Stroller, Crib Set, And More

This event is hosted by Pregnancy Forum and Joys Of Life

Joys Of Life has teamed up with many of her amazing blogger friends to bring you and awesome event where you can have a chance to win fabulous prizes!

Prizes are:
Britax B-Agile Baby Stroller:

Bedding 10 Piece Crib Set:
Clear Blue Digital Ovulation Tests:


We have made a little change. There will be only ONE winner who will swag all the 3 prizes. Great? Why, yes! Thank you to all my co-hosts without whom the event and the prizes would not have been possible.

The event was supposed to start as of August 12th. We had to push the event start date a little forward due to my poor health.

The winner will be contacted via email and will be asked to follow all the instructions required as well as to the mandatory requirement to comment on the winner announcement post to confirm they have been shipped the prize and they can comment back once their prizes have arrived. Failing to follow the instructions may cause the delay of prize.


One (1) lucky reader will have a chance to win all of the above 3 great prizes. Chosen winner will be selected via through Rafflecopter and is open worldwide, ages 18+ (ends September 10, 2012 at 11:59pm EST). Winner will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize. GOOD LUCK!

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Bloggers Wanted: Kindle Fire Giveaway Event

This is a free blogger event for the Kindle Fire Giveaway Event! You will receive one (1) link (Facebook or Twitter) at no cost as a thank-you for promoting and participating in this event.


* Event dates: August 24, 2012 to September 14, 2012

* Giveaway is open WORLDWIDE. If winner is out of US, they will receive $200USD PayPal Cash.

* Post this announcement on your blog and let others know where to sign up.

* You agree to post the giveaway html on time and promote at least 4x a week while the event is running

* You agree to submit your post url to the spreadsheet that will be given to you with the html

* Join the facebook group . This is optional

All Paypal payments send to (make sure to send as a gift or send extra money to cover fees)


Blogger Prizes! The blogger who refers the most bloggers to join will receive $15 Paypal Cash and host a page of likes or follows. When the winner is selected the blogger's page that they entered on will win $15 Paypal Cash.

Please mention Jennie from "Baby Brandon's Adventures" ( referred you. Thanks so much!

Also NOTE: This is a NEW REQUIREMENT to join: add Tina Branch to your contacts list so when she sends out the html it does not go to spam.

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