Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Bloggy Giveaway!

As I said in my previous post, this giveaway is considered scandalous in some circles and was recent cause for litigation. Well, here you go - I'm offering up Jessica Seinfeld's cookbook on how to lie to your kids sneak nutritious food into your kids' meals thereby getting them to eat their veggies without really knowing it.

I bought this cookbook when it first came out and was the recipient of a second one at Christmas time. Let me assure you, I don't cook that much! So you, lucky recipient of my second only Bloggy Giveaway, shall reap the benefits of my double blessing.

All you have to do is LEAVE A COMMENT. Any comment will do (well, nothing rude or political in topic, thank you). As in my last giveaway, my impartial and completely-unaware-of-any-of-you daughter will randomly pick the winner. Might I suggest you change your profile picture to something either pink or Disney related to increase your chances. A winner will be announced on Saturday morning.

Best of luck!


AnneMarie said...

love this idea!! I saw her talk about it on tv but have not gotten it. I would love to have a chance!! how exciting!
thanks for the chance!

Kerri in WV said...

I read your blog daily, looking for helpful, frugal hints. But the quote by Maya Angelou blew me away! Thanks and God bless :)

Debbie said...

I could use some help getting kenna to eat more! Aleck is my great eater!!

Anita Shapiro said...

Oh my dear! I can't resist the chance - even though I think we both know that the last thing I need is another cookbook. Hope this makes winning more interesting for the lucky one! You're the best, thank you for your inspiration!!!

Jenni said...

My three children are under the age of 5 with the oldest being the PICKIEST eater...sigh...I would love to know how to sneak nutritious items into his meals! :) Thanks for the giveaway chance!



Lori said...

Isn't it funny how I am worried about a nutritious lunch for my little ones but then turn around and eat deli pepperoni rolls from Kroger?
Helping my children eat better might also make me a less picky eater too!
Thanks for doing this...

bookit said...

Thanks for being so open with your readers. Reading your struggles makes me see that I am not alone. Being a Christian is not a bed of roses. But it is not a bed of thorns either. Keep writing!

Lesha said...

I'd love to win this. :)

Patricia Vane said...

Oh wow, I'd love to have that book. I have a little guy who will eat lots of fruits, but he's not a big fan of veggies. I've heard so many good things of Jessica Seinfeld.
By the way, do you want to know what's one of the things I like the most of your blog? The music!!! I'm here dancing in my chair reading your post! Hahahaha!!!
Anyways, thanks for the offer.

In Him,


Anonymous said...

Pick me pick me! I've tried to be sneaky with the kids but as they are getting older they are catching on and I need some new ideas.

mother of seven said...

we need to get the girls together again. Kelsey wanted me to make sure we got together again......Hopefully soon maybe the park?