Dainty Mom at 2: Double the Goodies — Mom ‘n’ Kids Giveaway!

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Whew. Yes, there’s another giveaway, friends. And I’m sure you will love this one, because there’s something for you, and something for your kid! I thought to do this “double goodies” giveaway in celebration of mothers and kids, because it’s just so awesome when moms and kids spend time together.

Goodies for Mom, also the kids!

If there’s two things I love it’s “me” time and my “we” time with my son. As much as I love to get pampered on my days off from being a mom, I love to play and spend as much time as I can with my son. I am very grateful that my husband and I can spend each day with our young son, especially in this early years. Play times with him will fade just as quickly as he grows up, learns more things, and becomes more independent.

This giveaway celebrates you as a mom — because you deserved to be pretty and pampered. It also celebrates your kids, who are true blessings that we parents really don’t deserve.

The Prizes

I’m giving away beauty loot for a beautiful mommy reader; and for your kid, I’m giving away a playtime bundle of goodies. Here’s what’s in store for you:

FOR MOM — Beauty Loot: Two bottles of Zoya nail lacquer; Spa in a Bottle by ECHOstore; Grapefruit Hand & Body Lotion by ECHOstore; Youki-Hi Ballistic bath fizz from LUSH; Physiogel Cream & Lotion; Ponds Age Miracle Day & Night Creams; Carmex Click Stick & Lip Balm.


FOR THE KIDS — Playtime Bundle: TeeHee Dino Play T-shirt; Dwell Studio Brown Dots photo album; HEADWARE multiwear; Sesame Street miniature action figures; Pura Stainless Steel BPA-free Bottle. (These prizes suit various ages, so there’s something here for your baby to your preschooler, if you have more than one kid!)

Here’s how to join!

Eligibility and Contest Period

Eligibility: This contest is open to Philippine residents only.

Contest period: Contest will run from March 29 to April 6. Winners will be announced by April 9, 2012.


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  1. Ria D. Laab says

    Love and marriage tips from fellow work-at-home moms

    “I’ve always found it extremely helpful to ask fellow moms this question, because I get so many nuggets of wisdom.”

  2. says

    “From time to time, I do a digital life declutter. It’s a brilliant idea, and I highly recommend it! It’s got so many benefits, the foremost being a less clogged up, more purposeful approach towards email, mobile phone use and social networking.”
    – from the post 5 Digital Declutter Steps for a Simpler Life (Oct. 2011)
    … this post keeps on reminding me to declutter! :)
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  3. Ria D. Laab says

    Motherhood can be painful {Prelude to a guest post}

    “Your kid gets sick, or hurt, or teased by another kid, bullied at school — and your heart breaks. You never knew you were capable of such pain, such compassion. And this experience of heartbreak changes you, as a woman. But more than merely changing you, it transforms you, allowing you to transcend suffering and emerge a stronger, more confident woman and mother. It’s not easy, but you know that it comes with the job.”

  4. says

    “Making the leap to be a work at home mom has helped me to live the life I want to live.”

    From My Live More Story: The Leap from Working Girl to Work at Home Mom

  5. says

    “The Jar of Hope has saved us from the despair of many ailments, all in just a week of use! Apparently, it also combats a host of others, including stress, burnout, insomnia, to name a few. I’ve used it on Vito when he’s squirming or fussy, and one time it helped him to make a really loud fart (hehe!), which relieved him quite a bit and he was able to sleep soundly afterward.”

    one of the reasons I bought myself (my baby) a jar of hope too, after she was “attacked by mosquitoes” that left so many ugly dark marks everywhere!
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  6. says

    “If there’s anything I want to accomplish in a day, its to help me kid know who he is: to know that he is loved, and to believe that he has unlimited potential. That won’t happen without my utmost support! Work can wait; time with my kid–never.”
    – from the post Escaping the tyranny of “busy mommy guilt (Nov.2011)
    I agree with this :)

  7. says

    “12. Make your “me time” a non-negotiable. You owe it to yourself, your family and your work to slow down once in a while and just focus on “you.” … You’ll be glad you gave yourself time.”
    -from the post Be the best work-at-home mom you can be this year!

  8. Ricci Adriano says

    From Creating a Pro-Breastfeeding Culture in the Family:
    “Prudently communicating breastfeeding convictions is key to creating a breastfeeding-friendly family culture.”

  9. Emmylou Bagon says

    “It’s really about imbibing a sense of purposeful, intentional living so that we only live with the essentials. And by living with the essentials, we have time and space for more important things, such as building character and solidifying relationships.” :)

  10. says

    “Remember: Inspiration is all in how you perceive a situation and not about creating an ideal situation.”
    – from the post WAHM Tip: Fitting in exercise while working from home

    … this is something I would keep in mind. thanks for sharing :)

  11. Agnes Dela Cruz says

    “Work has always been a constant part of my life. It’s at the core of my being to be a good worker, and a creative one at that.”

    _ I was working for a few years after passing the board exam, then became a full time Mom to my son when I had him, After 4 years work opportunity came and half of myself wanted have of it was sad because i knew my time would be less for my son… but I survived. I’m still working and had a daughter too. I managed to be a single working Mom with two kids…. How I wanted to be a stay home Mom so I can provide and give them my time. Hopefully in a few years, or when an opportunity comes again.

  12. Wea says

    “During client meetings and blogging engagements, my hubby is always there by my side. He is my driver, my bodyguard, my tireless companion, my sounding board, my supporter. He’ll wait for me while I’m in a client meeting, and make sure I get from one appointment to the next. Even if I tell him that I’ll be OK taking public transport, he insists on taking me around town, when I need to.”

    this is sweet :)
    from: http://daintymom.com/2012/03/the-secret-of-my-work-at-home-success-my-husband/

  13. says

    “The Secret of My Work-at-Home Success? My husband.”

    I can definitely relate. I have been trying to be a work-at-home mom for the past year and a half. It wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for my hubby’s support as well. 😀
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  14. says

    “Today, the space beneath our tree is empty. And as I ponder on this, I realize I am longing for a lasting hope. It’s just like God to let the busyness and merry-making pass by quickly so that He could come to us in the quiet, sometimes melancholic void that the opened gifts and concluded celebrations bring. And so, I am letting this post-Christmas melancholy lead me to Him who gives hope and new life to everything, even those future low points that this new year may bring.”

    Love this reflection on Christmas!
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  15. says

    “But you know what? It’s not systems and productivity aids that help keep me afloat as I work. Really, it’s my husband who is the secret weapon behind my work-at-home success.”
    – from the post The secret of my work-at-home success? My husband

    that post is really sweet… and reading it makes me more grateful for my hubby :)

  16. says

    Put God at the center of your relationship, and allow Him to fill up your love tanks so you can share more love to each other. Always make time for each other esp. after the kids have gone to bed. Pray for your husband regularly and take time to pray together too, with and without the kids.
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  17. says

    I know you moms can all relate with me: Your kid gets sick, or hurt, or teased by another kid, bullied at school — and your heart breaks. You never knew you were capable of such pain, such compassion. And this experience of heartbreak changes you, as a woman. But more than merely changing you, it transforms you, allowing you to transcend suffering and emerge a stronger, more confident woman and mother. It’s not easy, but you know that it comes with the job.

    from : Motherhood can be painful – http://daintymom.com/2012/03/motherhood-can-be-painful-prelude-to-a-guest-post/

  18. Istin (@istin21) says

    quotable quote from Dainty Mom:

    I may not be a dooce or a Pioneer Woman or a Simple Mom — but I promise you I’ll work hard to be the best me I can be, for my family and for this blog. Because this is what makes me happy, what keeps me waking up hopeful each day. And I thank God, truly, that I get to do this every day.

    from http://daintymom.com/2012/03/work-at-home-mom-blogger/

  19. says

    “I’ve always believed that doing what you’re most passionate about is what will make you happy. When you do what you’re passionate about — like running a biz, baking, designing kids clothes or accessories, curating eco-friendly finds for babies, or whatever — you’ll really only be satisfied by what you’re doing if you are fulfilling your purpose.”
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