Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Mother's Day Giveaway!

Are you a new mommy, going to be a new mommy, or know a new mommy? If so, enter today to win our awesome New Mommy Prize Pack for yourself or to give as the perfect Mother's Day gift! Included is the book Birth Matters and a New Mommy Survival Kit.

All mamas know how much birth matters, and can read the famed midwife, Ina May Gaskin's thoughts on how and why that's true in her book, donated by South Dakota Birth Matters.

Not only that, but the winner of this wonderful giveaway will also receive one of
Elegant Mommy's New Mommy Survival Kits! These awesome kits contain some essentials for new mommies - 3 Pack of Educated Mommy Hair Ties; Cozy Sox; Simply.Natural. Lip Balm, Heal Up, and Soothing.Mommy. Tea; Chocolates and Mints from Master Creative Designs; Glitter Sports Band from IttyBitty Lydi; Educational Material to Support the New Mom

So, whether you are expecting or know someone who is, enter to win this wonderful Mother's Day gift for new mamas! The winner will be drawn and announced on Saturday, 5/11/13!

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Good Luck!
~Evie

7 comments:

Kacie said...

Looks like some nice prizes! :)

The best part about being a mommy are the sweet hugs and kisses!

Anonymous said...

The snuggles are the best, but the grumbles and sibling fighting are the less desirable!

one lucky mom said...

The best is the smiles, giggles, hugs, kisses and snuggles. The struggles can be caring for them even when your sick and don't get time off.

Rebecca Davis said...

Best thing about being a mom is being able to nuture and watch a little person grow into an mature, responsible adult. Its so rewarding walking by their side as they learn to crawl, talk, dress themselves, go to school, ride a bike, drive a car, have that first boyfriend etc. This can also being the toughest thing as a parent.....letting go. :) We are privileged to be right in the middle of raising a teenager, 4 year old and a baby to be in June. :)

Rebecca

MrsJosten said...

Best part of being a mom so far (only 17 days new mom) is looking down at that beautiful little girl when I'm holding her or nursing her. Especially when her little eyes flutter open and look towards me, such a beautiful amazing miracle! The toughest part is adjusting to sleep deprivation :)

Breanne said...

Best is all the hugs and "I love you"s.
Toughest is discipline!

keylie said...

I dont know, but i cant wait until i find out!