My Blogiversary Giveaway! {CLOSED}


Doll baby, the Hubs and Great Grandma with Counting Kisses
Time flies when you are having fun!

I can not believe I have been blogging for a year already and all of the great blogging friends I have made along the way.

What better way to celebrate than with my first ever giveaway!

Hallmark Recordable Storybooks are near and dear to my heart, so Hallmark is giving away a Counting Kisses Storybook to one lucky Adventures as a Small Town Mom reader!

Doll baby just loves the storybook that her Great Grandmother recorded for her (see video below). She listens to it all the time. She also has a recordable storybook from her grandparents that live on the other side of the country. The storybooks are a great way for Doll Baby to know she is loved by her relatives even when they can not be here to tell her in person.

You can find Hallmark Recordable Storybooks at Hallmark Gold Crown Stores and anywhere Hallmark products are sold for $29.95. For more information as well as ideas and inspiration on how to use Hallmark Recordable Storybooks, visit Hallmark.com.



To Enter the Contest:

Mandatory Entry

{1} Leave a comment below telling me who you would have record the storybook! Note: All entries must have a valid public email in blog profile or leave email address in comment. Winner will be notified by that email address.

Rules:

{1} Giveaway ends January 18, 2012 at 11:59 pm EST. Winner will be randomly selected via mathgoodies.com's random number generator on January 19, 2012. The number generated corresponds to the respective comment number.

{2} Giveaway open to U.S. residents only. All entries must have a valid public email in blog profile or leave email address in comment. Winner will be notified by that email address.

{3} Winner must respond within 48 hours of being notified. Winner must provide a valid US mailing address. Winner will receive their prize directly from the company.



Good Luck!!!



View the Hallmark Recordable Storybook #Giveaway Winner

121 comments:

  1. Congrats on your one year anniversary!

    If I won, I'd have my grandfather read the book for The Boy.

    Best,
    Emily from Nap Time Is My Time

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  2. I would have my parents read the book for their granddaughters, my nieces. My nieces absolutely love books & this one having grandma and grandpa's voices on it would be absolutely treasured.

    jenimadison@centurytel.net

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  3. I would have my Dad read/record the book. He lives in another state and we don't get to see him often.

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  4. Since my mother in law is fighting cancer, I would have her record it for my girls. Just in case!,,

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  5. I would have my husband record it, he reads to them at night and when he is at work they miss him terribly! Cute blog, btw!

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  6. Congrats! What a cool giveaway! If I won, I would record MYSELF because I'm always afraid I'm going to be hit by a bus and that my kids will forget what I sounded like. (Sigh.)

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  7. I would have my husband read it in Chinese and give it to our nephew, because his parents are trying to teach him Chinese!

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  8. I'd let my parents record it for my daughter!
    contestkim25@gmail.com

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  9. Congrats on one year!!
    I would have my sister record it for my daughter because she is so in love with her aunt!
    tara.simanovich (at( gmail.com

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  10. I would definitely do it for my grandmother - my kids' great-grandmother. I think she'd get a really big kick out of it!
    summerflood at mac.com

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  11. my sister she lives in australia
    tjranch at ymail dot com

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  12. I would have my sister do it for my son! He loves his aunt!

    hekel123 at yahoo dot com

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  13. I would record it for my granddaughter, Sienna, because she lives hundreds of miles away from me.

    Ireneslater@mac.com

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  14. Aww, what a wonderful idea! I've never heard of these storybooks. I have cassette tapes of grandma and grandpa talking with my sister and I when we were toddlers. I love to hear their voices, especially since they have been gone for years now. I would have my parents record the story for Jack together.

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  15. I would get my parents to record the book for my daughters. They live 500 miles away so we only see them physically a few times a year... Thank goodness for skype... I want them to record the book because my parents would make the story hilarious and cute with some improv...

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  16. I would have my mom record the book for my kids!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  17. I don't know if my mother would be comfortable recording it. I am thinking it would be me because I do most of the reading, but who knows, maybe dad would want to.

    BTW, congrats on your blogaversary.

    kewkew34@yahoo.com

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  18. I would give this to my good friend who just had her first baby. What a great keepsake it would be to have her record her voice into the book!

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  19. I would have my parents read it! My kids miss them a lot since they live far away!

    tneromills329 at aol dot com

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  20. I would have my kids grandparents record it b/c they live so far away - i think that would be awesome!

    wendywynsma at gmail dot com

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  21. I would read it for my grandchildren. I no longer live close to them and would love to send this to them.

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  22. We have a nephew who will be 8 months old when we leave to go on the mission field as a full-time missionary family so we would record it and give it to him.

    bamagv at aol dot com

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  23. I would have my kids record the story for their Papa who is across the country battling cancer, what a perfect pick me up.

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  24. I would love my parents back in the UK to record a storybook for my sons

    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  25. I'd give this to my granddaughter
    rjs682 at yahoo dot com

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  26. I would record this for my cousin's daughter who lives in another state

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  27. Congrats on a year!
    I'd have my husband record a story for our girls for while he's deployed!
    rasmith0506 at gmail dot com

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  28. this would be a gift for my niece
    tmc480 at yahoo dot com

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  29. My husband and I would record the book together. Since we are military about to be dual military it will be nice for our daughter to have when one or both of us is away.

    mrs.pulido@hotmail.com

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  30. i would have both my parents (grandma and grandpa) read it to my little boy...
    stigre3atyahoodotcom

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  31. I would have my Dad record the storybook.

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  32. would love to win this for my sis in law! missyingling@yahoo.com

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  33. would give to my niece
    gkuroda(at)gmail.com

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  34. I would give this to my nephew
    davidshimokawa(at)gmail.com

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  35. I would have my husband record a book for our kids.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  36. I would have my whole family each record some of the book so even though they live far away they can read a bedtime story to our little one.

    cassieanne.smith at yahoo dot com

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  37. I would have my husband record the book!

    Thanks!
    Jenn from How to Make a Bow
    learnquilling@gmail.com

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  38. I would have my mom record words of wisdom for my 3 kids. That is priceless!
    llodter@sbcglobal.net

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  39. My mama for sure :) clccox2(at)aol(dot)com

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  40. Aww that's so cute!!

    If I won I'd have my father in law who the docs have gave days to weeks to live. He has cancer, & hospice has already been called in. My daughter loves her papaw & it makes me sad & tear up thinking about how sad she's going to be. Her little cousin (who the grandparents have custody of) is always trying to be mean to my daughter when she's there. Grandpa Vince doesn't let him, & always takes up for my daughter. This would mean ALOT, more than words could ever describe for him to be able to record this last story for her. When she's sad & missing him she can always listen to this story being read by him. My mom passed away from cancer in 2001 & sometimes I find it hard to try & remember her voice. It breaks my heart too! I don't want this to be the case in this situation. Thank you for this opportunity at such a beautiful gift at such a devasting time.

    CharLuvsAbby3@yahoo.com

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  41. My husband for our kids. He travels a lot.

    cbiksacky@yahoo.com

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  42. I would love to have my son record for my 2 grandbabies. He works out of town sometimes for 3 weeks at a time, and this would be so great for them to hear their dad's voice.
    maggieucker10 at yahoo dot com

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  43. Since starting a new job that will have me travel some (and with blogging conferences) I would read the book to my daughters. Then when I am way they can have mommy read them a story every night,

    Crazycoolcrafty at sbcglobal dot net

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  44. I would have my mom record a book for our child, her first grandson!

    omgababy at gmail

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  45. I would have Grandma or Grandpa record a book for my girls
    Sticemichelle at aol dot com

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  46. I would record a story for my granddaughter.

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  47. I would have my mom record it for her future great grandbabies

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  48. Congrats!

    this is a perfect book for grandma to read

    catherine0807 at hotmail dot com

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  49. i would record the story for our wonderful 3 year old grandson
    pkeintz@gmail.com

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  50. I'd have Nana & Papa take turns reading a book for my baby girl

    donnyandshelly at yahoo dot com

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  51. I would record the book for my daughter
    heididaily at gmail dot com

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  52. I would give this to my daughter
    ryanac32 at yahoo dot com

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  53. I would probably have Grandma record the story for my kids. Or we may even have my kids and their cousins share the book so they all get to hear Grandma's voice when she's not with them.

    candyland121 at hotmail dot com

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  54. I would have my mom record the storybook. She only gets to visit a few times a year and the kids always remember and miss her!

    amdierm at gm ail d ot com

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  55. I would have my kids record one for my mom, who lives across the US from us and at most gets to see them once a year, or every other. You can reach me at campbells.jacksonhole@gmail.com

    thanks for hosting this!

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  56. If I won I would have my deployed hubby record this for our kiddos! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  57. my granddaughter would get it from my husband and I

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  58. I would have my children's grandmother read the book. Thanks for the chance!

    katbirdfl (at) gmail (dot) com

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  59. I would read the book to my little girl!

    dnachick3301@gmail.com

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  60. Happy Anniversary! I would totally record it myself for my 2 1/2 yr old grandson that lives far away from us. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  61. I would have my parents record it for my 3 little boys. We are in the process of moving away due to my husband's new job and the boys are going to miss them terribly. Plus my dad has a knack for voices! Congrats on your one year!
    juliihack@gmail.com

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  62. i'd have my 11 yr old daughter record it for her little brother...who misses her so much when she's in school!

    annae07 at aol dot com

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  63. I would have my husband record it for my daughter.

    jamieadkins@mail.com

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  64. I would do it for my niece.. She would love this and i dont get to see her very often.. Thanks for the chance.

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  65. I would record it myself for my boys..They would love this..Thank you so much for this great giveaway!!
    Suchaproudmama@yahoo.com

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  66. Happy Blogiversary!
    I'd have my husband record it for my daughter =)
    MommaTBlog at Gmail dot com

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  67. I would record the story so that my daughter can still hear my voice when I have to go back to work in March.

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  68. I would have my mom and dad record the story for my son. We just moved 1000 miles away and I know he would love to hear their voices!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  69. i'd do it for my daughter
    kayleefaith1228@aol.com

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  70. I would have my husband record the story for our boys. He's a soldier for the US Army and you never know when he could deploy.
    candyolivares@gmail.com

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  71. I would love to win this for my niece. I would have her long distance Grandma read the story.

    kwalberg@hotmail.com

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  72. I would have my in-laws record a story for my daughters!
    alklong at hotmail dot com

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  73. I would give it to my daughter lilsis_75@hotmail.comp

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  74. I would love to record it, myself, to give to my 2 year old grandson, Joshua!! Thank you for a chance!!
    debpaint16@aol.com

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  75. i would give this to my friend- his wife passed away last year at age of 29 with cancer and their baby is 1 yr old- i would give it to him so he can read it and his son can have it
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  76. My grandson would get this, I don't know who would record, paw paw more than likely.
    dlhaynes57@yahoo.com
    Thanks

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  77. I would record this book for my young cousins. They love to be read to. This is great.
    Me4Wrest@gmail.com

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  78. If I win, I will have my mother read the book for her great grandchildren. They could begin a tradition of sharing it from family to family.
    swood97@yahoo.com

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  79. I would have my brother (a soldier in the Army) read it for his baby girl (to be born in May 2012). Happy blogging anniversary! dmsauder@hotmail.com

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  80. If I win I will have each family member read a different page.
    It would be great to keep this forever.


    giveaway gal 87 at gmail dot com

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  81. I would let my daughter who is away at college record it for my 3 year old. She misses her big sissy something awful, so this would be a great way for her to be with her every day!
    huntandride@hotmail.com

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  82. I will give to my mom to read for my kids!
    mamilibelula aat gmail dot com

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  83. My two kids are 17 yrs apart. I'd have my daughter who is 19 record a story for my 2 yr old son. He absolutely adores her and cannot spend enough time with her :)

    dmarie824 at aol dot com

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  84. I would have my dad read the story-just like he used to read to me!

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  85. I would record it for my niece Jillian, tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  86. I would have my daughter record it!

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  87. I would have my mom record it for my nieces and nephews!

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  88. I would give it to my cousin who just had her first baby. I love them very much and i think they would like it. my email is redheffer162005@hotmail.com
    name is kandace

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  89. I would record the book myself for my darling niece.
    thank you and congrats on your anniversary!!!!
    cori g
    sobey976 at gmail dot com

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  90. Congrats on your Blogiversary! I will have my mum do the reading.
    fromfurrin at gmail dot com

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  91. I would record it myself for my granddaughters
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  92. I would have all three of my kids record the book
    megankayden@yahoo.com

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  93. I would have my mom record the storybook for my son, she is his only living grandparent and it would be great for him to have her voice on record.


    jygriebel@gmail.com

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  94. Yay for your one yr anniversary!
    I would have my parents record the story, I have always wanted to get one of theses, they are pricey though!
    Thank you
    natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  95. I would ask my grandmother to read the book for my first grandson. We have 5 generations now, and a book with grandma's voice would be priceless!

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  96. My munchkins' Daddy...he does all kinds of miscellaneous work, so there are lots of bedtimes he isn't home. They would lOvE that! :)
    s_hill2009@yahoo.com

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  97. My son and I would love to record for cousins new baby. They live far from us and I have yet to meet him! erinnslujka@gmail.com

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  98. i'd have multiple people in the family each record a line.
    congratulations on your one year of blogging.
    epilolla@yahoo.com

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  99. my daughter
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  100. I would love to have my mom record for my kids!
    Congrats on your blogaversary!
    kcoud33 at gmail dot com

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  101. I would have my grandma record it for them :)

    melaniemerv @ yahoo dot com

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  102. I would have my mother or grandmother record the story for my kids. Would be great for her to hear them since they live far away.

    thransom@gmail.com

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  103. me and hubby would record the book for our daughters

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  104. I would have my husband record it for our little girl.

    jdawson7709@yahoo.com

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  105. I would love to have my 89 year old grandfather record the book for my kids. Then they can still hear his voice after he is gone.

    longshaw4735@hotmail.com

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  106. This would be perfect for my two sons. Their only Papaw just passed away from colon cancer and this would be a great way to remember him.

    channlink@yahoo.com

    Natalie Kinner

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  107. I would have my mom or dad record it for my son.
    fec527 at hotmail dot com

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  108. I would have my kids record it!
    cluelessme8@hotmail.com

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  109. I would have my mom record for future grand children because I want them to always remember her. That and she has a cool South African accent.

    Val Pearson
    lastnerve2000@gmail.com

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  110. I would have grandma and grandpa read it.

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

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  111. If I won, I would give this to my friend for her daughter's. She's one of my military spouse friends, one that I first met when I moved to this base and who really helped me settle in. She went through to much last year, including losing everything when the tornado hit base...basically on top of her house. It would be a special gift for her girls, her husband could record the book and that way he could "read" them the story even when he's gone on his next deployment.

    robynhuffman {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  112. we have a new niece coming in about 3 weeks and i would love it if my mom and dad recorded this book she would love it
    hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

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  113. I would love to have my parents read this for my kids so they can have that memory as well. Thank you for the giveaway

    beth.rees333(at)gmail(dot)com

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  114. My MIL for my little one since she doesn't live close.
    tnxns09 at gmail dot com

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  115. I would have my grandma (my kids great grandma) record the book for them to always have and cherish her! josnjevsmom@yahoo.com

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  116. I would have my husbands 99 year old great grandma read it for our 5 kids.

    beckeesdeals at gmail dot com

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  117. I would have my 90 year old dad record it for his great granchildern wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  118. I would read it for my kids :)

    anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com

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  119. if i would record this for my daughter
    imezru1989@yahoo.com

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  120. I would have my kids record & send it to my mom. She recently moved out of state & really misses the grandkids

    farrah_jo@yahoo.com

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