Monday, June 18, 2012

$50 Build-A-Bear Gift Card Giveaway via Mommy Homemaker Fan Celebration


Adventures of the Mommy Homemaker is hosting a Fan Celebration Event to give one special reader a $50 Build-A-Bear Gift Card!



Why Build-A Bear you may ask? Well, Fans and Followers, aren't just fans and followers, they're friends too! I honestly believe that each and every one of you has come to my blog, or facebook page, or twitter page for a purpose. Something I have written has touched you in some way, just like something you have written has touched me in some way. I couldn't think of a better way to thank you all!

Again thank you so much for making your blog successful. I am here to serve you all! I hope that you find my rants and raves amusing. I hope that you find my reviews and giveaways pleasing, useful, and informational. I hope that the few times I have poured my heart out that you laughed at me. Honestly, I couldn't thank you enough.

One of my goals has always been to be a writer, and in a way thanks to all of you, I have accomplished that. Please continue to follow me and read my blog, and I hope that we can soon celebrate an even bigger giveaway together!

I want to give a big shout out to Bridget from Giveaway Promote, Jennifer from Jenn's Book Blog, and Mary from Plum Crazy About Coupons. Without their help, this giveaway would not have happened! I also have these other wonderful bloggers to thank as well!

My Wonderful Blogger Friends

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43 comments:

  1. Help For the Struggling Learner was a great post that you recently wrote!

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    1. You must be speaking of the recent guest post and giveaway. I am glad you enjoyed it.

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  2. The build a bear one because I agree with you I believe that the people I have met on facebook are friends though I have not met some of them.

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    1. The writer of that post was Maria of Adventures of The Mommy Homemaker, I am sure she will be very pleased with your comment :)

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  3. 10 GREAT WAYS TO TEACH KIDS COMPASSION FOR OTHERS

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    1. I'm glad you found that post useful.

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  4. I liked you post, Learning Link Guest Post and Giveaway. My son has a form of dyslexia and I can relate to teaching kids in different ways.
    thanks
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. I'm glad you liked that post and felt you could relate to something on my blog.

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  5. I liked the compassion one for kids.

    teenytig@sbcglobal.net

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  6. I really enjoyed your homemade ice cream recipe. I tried it with my kids and it's so fun. Thank you to The Momma Blogger, Adventures of the Mommy Homemaker and all the other giveaway hosts on the list for bringing us a great giveaway.

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    1. I am glad you enjoyed it. Did you try any toppings?

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  7. i like the teachyour kids compassion

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  8. i really liked the 10 ways of showing kids compassion- very well written

    vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

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  9. this one i just found you ( $50.build a bear gift card giveaway)
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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    1. Thanks for finding me...have a look around and Welcome to The Momma Blogger

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  10. Yeah, this is my favourite! Hello, BuildABear!

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    1. I am glad you are enjoying this post.

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  11. The Build a Bear post is my fave!. Such a wonderful idea!

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    1. I am sure Maria (Adventures of the Mommy Homemaker) appreciates that you like her idea and this giveaway.

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    1. I am glad you liked that post.

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  13. I really enjoyed the one about teaching kids compassion for others. It's such an important trait!

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    1. yes it is :) Glad you enjoyed that post.

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  14. I love most of your giveaways but i also loved the compassion article - it's something I struggle with the most.

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    1. I am glad you enjoy my blog :)

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  15. I like your recipes and I like the fact you post deals/free samples, etc. But I think my favorite post is homemade play dough one because I wondered how to do it myself!

    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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    1. I am so glad that you liked all that on my site...it really made me smile. (and give me direction for more posts). It seems like you have been a long time reader and I appreciate that.

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  16. 10 GREAT WAYS TO TEACH KIDS COMPASSION FOR OTHERS is my fave. RAfflecopter: happi shopr

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    1. I'm happy to read you like this post.

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  17. I liked the one about teaching children compassion. Very nice.

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  18. I love the recipes.. I really like this post also! my 8 year old has always wanted to go to build a bear since she was very young but never had the money to take her!

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    1. I think I may post more recipes :)

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  19. the Peanut Butter Soup post was really interesting


    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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    1. Thank you for checking it out. :)

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  20. I just found your blog, and this is the first page, so as of now, it's my favorite! I am off to explore the rest now!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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    1. Well thanks for finding it. I hope you enjoy reading my posts.

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  21. i like this recipe pastry wrapped little smokies with bacon jam
    amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. I liked your post on the Peanut Butter Soup. My family is trying to eat healthier and this recipe was interesting to read about and looked good and healthy.
    repose4jr at gmail dot com

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  23. I found your SenseAware and Raam post very interesting.

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