Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Day 9: The 12 Days Til My Birthday Giveaway


Welcome to Day 9 of my birthday giveaway! Today’s giveaway book is:

Postcards from the Bump
A Chick’s Guide to Getting to Know the Baby in Your Belly

By Ame Mahler Beanland and Emily Miles Terry

Book Description:

Congratulations! You’ve got Male ... or Female! And the best part? You don’t have to wait until baby’s birthday to get to know that little bump. You may be months, weeks or even days away from holding your little guy or gal in your arms, but if you pay close attention to those rolls, flutters, kicks, and cravings, there’s plenty to enjoy right now. We’ll help you decipher the “postcards” your baby is sending and inspire you to embrace, not just endure, pregnancy. Along with rich food for thought (including “Mother Hen” and “Inside Scoop” tips), we’ve snuck in some healthy, delicious recipes to satisfy your expanding appetite. Enjoy the stories and wisdom of other moms, postcards from those who’ve been there, and a host of stress-free things to do while waiting for bump’s arrival... The PERFECT shower gift for the mom-to-be in your life.

About the Authors:

Ame Mahler Beanland and Emily Miles Terry are the New York Times bestselling authors of Nesting: It’s a Chick Thing and It’s a Chick Thing: Celebrating the Wild Side of Women’s Friendship. Ame and Emily write about parenting and lifestyle issues for Disney’s www.family.com and www.familyfun.com. In addition to appearing on many television and radio programs, Ame and Emily have been featured in Family Circle, Glamour, Country Home, Health, and Better Homes & Gardens. Ame lives near Dallas with her husband and two children, and Emily resides in the Boston area with her husband and three children.

To enter to win a copy of this fun and frolicking book, simply leave a comment answering the question:

If babies could speak to you from the womb, what do you think they’d be trying to say?

One winner will be randomly selected from the qualified entries received by September 23, 2009, at midnight EST. One entry per person please. Make sure you leave an email address if it’s not on your Blogger page. Winners have 72 hours to respond or a new winner will be selected. U.S. residents only.

CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to Miss GoLightly, who said: "I'm sure they'd tell us how cramped they are!!! and what they feel like eating haha ;o)"

To learn more about The 12 Days Til My Birthday Giveaway, click here.






16 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:19 AM

    I think babies would be telling us how warm and snuggie it is in their little world inside mommy! Theyd tell us how much they hear, how sweet our voices are, hom much they feel.

    frogz60@hotmail.com

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  2. Just stopping by from another blog, and thought I'd check your site out. It looks nifty. And I really enjoyed reading it :)

    Thanks for having me and I hope to see you stop by my site. :)

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  3. My first thought was they would wonder what the heck was going on! Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  4. I think if my little one could speak from inside the womb, she'd be demanding more drums! She goes wild for drumbeats, I guess she can hear the rhythm and it makes her want to join in!

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  5. I think they would say, "Don't stop moving! I like the motion." My babies seemed to kick this message in Morse whenever I stopped or slowed down. Thanks! goodwitchglinda at gmail dot com

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  6. Anonymous5:47 PM

    I first read this as "if Barbies could talk..." so, instead of saying "Where's Ken?", I will write, "I want out!"

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  7. I'm sure they'd tell us how cramped they are!!! and what they feel like eating haha ;o)

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  8. I think they are saying hi.

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  9. Anonymous10:15 PM

    I think they'd be telling us how comfortable it is inside and they'd respond to the outside stimulus as well. I think they'd try to convey emotions.
    bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  10. Mary R7:50 AM

    What a neat book this would be for a friend's daughter!

    I think my twins were probably saying "Move over sister!" to each other!

    Thanks
    mkreeves3@comcast.net

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  11. I think my son would have been telling me to give him more room! He was always pressed up against my outter belly like he needed more room in there!
    hawkgirl_16{at}hotmail{dot}com

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  12. They would probably tell you that they want to know what we look like too!

    Tarah
    tarah716[at]ymail.com

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  13. They'd probably be saying "Let me out of here!"
    rosans4@comcast.net

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  14. I think they would say More Food, More Food.

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  15. They would probably have told me what they wanted to eat LOL

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