Friday, February 22, 2013

day 5: Third Blogiversary giveaway Mommy MD guide + $20 store credit to Blessed Design Studio

Welcome to day 5 of Holy Craft's third blogiversary giveaway party.
If you missed any of the other days giveaways, take a second and check them out.
You still have time to enter as many as you would like!


Up for grabs today is a fantastic parenting guide book for those early years of parenting called Mommy MD Guides.  While this isn't a phase of life I am currently in {can I get an amen!}, I know that many of you are knee deep in the early years of parenting.  I always say, the best advice is from people who have been there, which is what is so different about these parenting guide books.  These books are written by moms who have kids but what's better is that all of these moms have MD's.  The winner gets to choose one of their three book titles to fit your phase of life.
Also, my friend Cindy from Blessed Design Studio is kind enough to be coming out of her maternity leave {she just welcomed her third baby!} to offer you a $20 credit to her shop.
Cindy is the mastermind behind my blog design {and many others} and if you need some blog design help, she is the gal you should turn to.

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9 comments:

Nicole said...

Help...there is no where to click to enter the drawing...

Holy Craft said...

Sometimes it takes a second to load. I see it, and checked on it in my html. Should be there!

Nicole said...

it's there now. thanks!

Sabrina Gardner said...

We are definitely in that stage of life. Some good advise I got was to have a "safety plan". When situation A is going on, what will I do to make sure I stay calm enough to deal with it. When E won't go to bed or is throwing a tantrum, I will do/say step 1, step 2, step 3... It's helped a lot to be prepared for the bad situations that always come.

NaDell Ransom said...

Best? Read good books with your kids.

Karen Brown said...
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Karen Brown said...

Happy blogiversary, Rachel! The best parenting advice that I could give is to be consistent and loving, and to leave that which you can't control up to God. The third is definitely the most challenging!

Bayle Stoneback said...

take a deep breath! sometimes just taking a few seconds before you respond makes all the difference. thanks for the opportunity!

Kestrel said...

Patience. Wine, chocolate and sleep=good