Monday, December 31, 2012

Guidepost's Spirit Lifters Blog Tour

I have a new eBook series to tell you about from Guideposts.  The Guideposts Spirit Lifters series features devotionals and story collections.  I love that this series incorporates daily living and faith together!  Isn't that what life is all about?  Our faith in practice.  This series offers hope and inspiration to life's challenges and invites everyone to partner with the Lord in his hand in our lives.  I found these ebooks to be great additions to some of my quiet times, devotional times, and just when I needed inspiration.  These were relatable and uplifting!

More about these ebooks and there authors below!



About 101 Moments of Prayer: Inspiring Thoughts for Listening to God
Join Elizabeth Sherrill, longtime writer for the bestselling devotional, Daily Guideposts, as she takes you on a journey that will help you appreciate life's little moments where you allow yourself to truly listen to how God is speaking to you. With carefully chosen Scripture passages for each day and thoughtful devotional entries, 101 Moments of Prayer will be a refreshing addition to your quiet time. If you're looking to grow in your faith while enhancing your daily practice of prayer and reflection, you'll find a wonderful companion in 101 Moments of Prayer, part of the Guideposts Spirit Lifters series.

Meet Elizabeth Sherrill: Elizabeth ("Tib") Sherrill has published some 1500 articles and authored more than 30 books, with sales in excess of 50 million.  Book titles, many co-written with her husband John -- include The Hiding Place, The Cross and the Switchblade, God's Smuggler, They Speak with Other Tongues, and Return from Tomorrow.  Her most recent book, All the Way to Heaven, recounts for the first time her own journey from atheism to profound commitment. For over sixty years, Elizabeth has been a writer and editor for Guideposts Magazine.



About 101 Moments of Trust: Inspiring Thoughts for Believing in God's Promises
Join Marion Bond West, longtime writer for the bestselling devotional, Daily Guideposts, as she takes you on a journey that will help you trust in God's abiding strength and love no matter what challenges life brings. With carefully chosen Scripture passages for each day and thoughtful devotional entries sharing real-life experiences, 101 Moments of Trust will be a refreshing addition to your quiet time. If you're looking to grow in your faith while enhancing your daily practice of prayer and reflection, you'll find a wonderful companion in 101 Moments of Trust, part of the Guideposts Spirit Lifters series.

Meet Marion Bond West: Marion Bond West is fascinated by honesty: honesty in others, honesty with herself, honesty with God. For almost forty years, she has written honestly about her life and God in a wide variety of books, magazines, and newspapers. Marion is a contributing editor of Guideposts magazine, having written for the internationally recognized publication and for the devotional book Daily Guideposts for more than thirty years. She and her husband, Gene Acuff, life in a Watkinsville, Georgia.

Would you like to read these ebooks for yourself?  Go here to purchase them.  And please visit the complete blog tour here.

Disclosure:  Thanks so much to Litfuse Publicity Group for allowing me to be a part of this tour and providing me with both ebooks to facilitate my review.  All opinions expressed are my own.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Monday, December 24, 2012

A 12 Pearls of Christmas Post

Welcome to the12 Pearls of Christmas blog series!

Merry Christmas from Pearl Girls™! We hope you enjoy these Christmas “Pearls of Wisdom” from the authors who were so kind to donate their time and talents! If you miss a few posts, you’ll be able go back through and read them on this blog throughout the next few days.

We’re giving away a pearl necklace in celebration of the holidays, as well as some items (books, a gift pack, music CDs) from the contributors! Enter now on Facebook or at the Pearl Girls blog. The winner will announced on January 2, 2013 at the Pearl Girls blog.

If you are unfamiliar with Pearl Girls™, please visit www.pearlgirls.info and see what we’re all about. In short, we exist to support the work of charities that help women and children in the US and around the globe. Consider purchasing a copy of Mother of Pearl, Pearl Girls: Encountering Grit, Experiencing Grace or one of the Pearl Girls products (all GREAT gifts!) to help support Pearl Girls.

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Just Like Mary
By Carla Anne Coroy

Mary. Amazing Mary. Mother of Jesus. We marvel at her simple, faith-filled acceptance of God’s will for her life. There’s so little written about Mary in the Bible. We know almost nothing, really, about this woman that God chose to parent His Son.

Many have speculated about the exact age of Jesus’ mother. How old was she, really? What would it have been like to be greeted by an angel—and told you would become pregnant by the Spirit of God?

I wonder about other things sometimes, though. Like if she had morning sickness, or gained a lot of weight during her pregnancy. Was she overdue, or was baby Jesus born right on time? Did she mistake Braxton Hicks contractions for the real thing before labor really started? Was it a fast labor or did Joseph have eighteen hours to get that place into birthing readiness?

Most women who have ever given birth to a child have shared pregnancy stories. Everyone’s story is unique and interesting. Surely Mary’s was, too!

Then there are the stories of potty-training and conversations on how to get the baby to sleep through the night. Did Mary bounce Jesus on her knee while sharing recipes with other young moms?

We cannot find answers for these questions in Scripture. And as interesting as it might be to share pregnancy stories with Mary over a cup of coffee (maybe in heaven?) and get her tips on potty-training, we really don’t need to know any of that to love the Son she bore.

But Mary’s example raises questions about me and my own life that get under my skin.

Am I the kind of woman God will choose to be part of His plan? Do I trust and love my God enough to give faith-filled answers like she did? If there were just a few paragraphs written of my life for future generations to read, would those words reveal a heart of willing submission to God?

“I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered. “May it be to me as you have said.” (Luke 1:38, NIV)

God has not asked me to carry the burden of His Son in my womb. There are other burdens He is asking me, and you, to carry instead. Are we being the women He needs for the part of the plan we’re living in now? Am I saying to Jesus today, “May it be to me as you have said”?

During this Advent season, let’s prepare ourselves to be used by God, filled with faith and anticipating His grace—just like Mary.

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Carla Anne Coroy is a Christian speaker and blogger, and the award-winning author of Married Mom, Solo Parent. She ministers to a wide audience through her website and blog at www.carlaanne.com. Carla Anne has served full-time with organizations such as Youth for Christ and Crown Financial Ministries, and is currently developing mentoring resources for women and an international mentoring organization for youth. She also serves as a staff writer for the online magazine Mentoring Moments for Christian Women and is a spokesperson for Faithbuddy.com. Carla Anne lives in Canada with her husband and four homeschooled children.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Snugg iPad Case Review


Have you heard of The Snugg?  They make iPad cases, tablet cases, smartphone cases, kindle covers and other accessories.  Cases to protect your technology are what they specialize in.  I was blessed to receive their distressed brown leather case for my iPad 2.


Things I love about this case.  First, it covers my iPad completely - every edge is protected when it is not in use!  This is great because let's face it, I do let me children use my iPad and it is nice to know it is secure in it's case.  Second, there are important cut-outs everywhere that are needed - ports, switches, camera lenses!  You do not have to take the case off to charge it, use the camera, etc.  This is extremely important as it makes it highly functional.  There is also a stylus holder.  Thirdly, this case can be made into a stand (an upright angle or flatter version when typing).


I love having the ability to use this case as a stand but I find that I prefer to use it in my lap, I guess that is my user preference :).  Of course, let's also not forget the Snugg Promise and their Lifetime Guarantee.  If you are looking for a case for your iPad 2 (or any version of the iPad) I would highly recommend getting a Snugg, you will not be sorry!  This particular case is on sale now at Snugg for $34.99.  If you have a Snugg, let me know what you think!

Disclosure:  I received a distressed brown leather Snugg iPad 2 case to facilitate my review.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

A 12 Pearls of Christmas Post


Welcome to the12 Pearls of Christmas blog series!

Merry Christmas from Pearl Girls™! We hope you enjoy these Christmas “Pearls of Wisdom” from the authors who were so kind to donate their time and talents! If you miss a few posts, you’ll be able go back through and read them on this blog throughout the next few days.

We’re giving away a pearl necklace in celebration of the holidays, as well as some items (books, a gift pack, music CDs) from the contributors! Enter now on Facebook or at the Pearl Girls blog. The winner will announced on January 2, 2013 at the Pearl Girls blog.

If you are unfamiliar with Pearl Girls™, please visit www.pearlgirls.info and see what we’re all about. In short, we exist to support the work of charities that help women and children in the US and around the globe. Consider purchasing a copy of Mother of Pearl, Pearl Girls: Encountering Grit, Experiencing Grace or one of the Pearl Girls products (all GREAT gifts!) to help support Pearl Girls.

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Christmas Mourning
By Tricia Goyer

As I sat in our living room last Christmas morning, there was a pile of presents under the tree. A smile filled my face, just thinking about the joy and laughter that would fill the house in a few hours when we gathered around to hear the Christmas story, worship Jesus, and open presents.

That morning as I thought about the celebration of our Lord's birth, my mind was already busy unwrapping. No, I wasn't thinking ahead to presents. Instead, I was unwrapping the many memories of Christmas that I carry on my heart.

I remember sitting at the kids' table in Grandma's mobile home, laughing and goofing around with my brother and cousins. I remember the doll house my Grandpa made when I was seven and the loving care my grandma took to decorate it.

I remember the boom box and banana clips from high school and my first Christmas with my son Cory not long after I turned eighteen. Cory was only six months old, but the greatest gift God gave to both of us that year was John—my soon-to-be husband and Cory's soon-to-be daddy.

There are memories of the kids acting out the Christmas story and Goyer family gatherings in which forty of us would eat in our cleaned-out and heated garage because it was the only place big enough to set up tables and chairs for everyone.

I also will never forget the first time I celebrated Christmas in California with my biological dad and the four sisters I didn't know growing up. I had a happy heart that day, being with people I didn't know well but who amazingly looked and acted just like me. How cool is that?!

As I write this, there are faces going to be missing around the tree, to be sure. There's always a sense of missing when the people you love are far away. And that's when Christmas Morning becomes Christmas Mourning. I'm thinking of my mom, dad, siblings, in-laws, and friends, wishing I could fill me house with their faces, their smiles, their laughter. I'm sure you understand.

It's so easy to center Christmas around the baby who God sent, but we cannot forget the purpose for His coming. Jesus' mission wasn't just about the manager, the angels, and the swaddling clothes. His purpose was to offer himself so that we can spend eternity with Him and those we love.

The greatest gift is one we've yet to open. Salvation comes to our hearts when we whisper a prayer of faith and relinquishment—when we give up the right to ourselves.

Like a beautifully wrapped presents under the tree, the best part of the gift is still to come. My mind is anticipating the unwrapping. I can only guess of the joy and laughter to come!

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Tricia Goyer is a busy mom of four, grandmother of one, and wife to John. Somewhere around the hustle and bustle of family life, she manages to find the time to write fictional tales delighting and entertaining readers and non-fiction titles offering encouragement and hope. Tricia is also on the blogging team at MomLifeToday.com, TheBetterMom.com and other homeschooling and Christian sites. In addition to her roles as mom, wife and author, Tricia volunteers around her community and mentors teen moms. She is the founder of Hope Pregnancy Ministries in Northwestern Montana, and she currently leads a Teen MOPS Group in Little Rock, AR. Tricia, along with a group of friends, recently launched www.NotQuiteAmishLiving.com, sharing ideas about simplifying life. She also hosts the weekly radio podcast, Living Inspired. Learn more about Tricia at www.triciagoyer.com.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Joy Worth Sharing & Giveaway

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Congratulations to Naomi!


What does it mean to be Redeemed?  I think about being saved from the bondage of sin.  I think about Jesus on the cross, and the price he paid to set us free!

What is joy?  I think about happiness.  I think about a baby lying in a manger, the light of the world.  And I am joyful.  I am in awe of all that He has done.

I love the Redeemed Collection from DaySpring and the fact that they have expanded the line to include Christmas items makes my heart happy.

 
 My new Share the Joy Apron.
I love the colors, the pattern and the ruffle at the bottom.

Christmas is really my favorite time of year.  I love the sights, the smells - the lights, the music, the baking...and the freedom.  The freedom that ultimately comes because a baby was brought into this world so long ago on Christmas morning.

We have several Christmas traditions here in our home.  One tradition is our baking!  Our whole family loves to bake and share our goodies with family and friends.

 
 The girls mixing in the dates and pecans!

Isn't that one of the beauties of walking with Him?  That we can share His love, share His joy with others.  I have often thought of cookies as a practical way to share God's love with others.

 
 Date Nut Rock Cookies - our family cookie

This stems from my college days, when some new friends and a chocolate chip cookie led me to the Lord who captured my heart!  Sure, I knew about God before but I didn't "know" Him.

 Ready to Share the Joy!

It is my desire that these cookies would not only bless others but also lead them  to the one that saves!

Now onto the giveaway!  DaySpring and (in)courage have generously offered one of you a Share the Joy Apron & Advent Tabletop Devotional!

Mandatory Entry:  Answer the question, What does being redeemed or the word redeemed itself mean to you?  Please be sure and leave your email so I can contact you if you win!

Extra Entries
, leave a separate comment for each extra entry.  As you can see, there are lots of extra entry opportunities!

1.  Follow me on google friend (2 extra entries)
2.  Follow my google+ page (2 extra entries)
3.  Follow my facebook page (2 extra)
4.  Follow me on Pinterest (2 extra)
5.  Follow me on twitter here (2 extra)
6.  Follow DaySpring on facebook (2 entries)

Giveaway will end on December 27th at Midnight. Winner will be selected using a random number generator and will have 48 hours to respond. If there is no response, I will randomly select another winner.  Open to US residents only.

Disclosure: DaySpring provided me with both a Share the Joy Apron and Advent Tabletop Devotional to facilitate my review.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.  A special thanks to DaySpring for sponsoring this giveaway.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Kurrenci, The Universal Coupon


Have you heard of Kurrenci?  Well, I am happy to introduce you to Kurrenci.com, the internet's very first universal coupon.  This start-up is changing everything and developing a way to get you the best possible deals without the hunting, cutting and spam!

Here's how it works...you sign up for a free account.  Next, you fund your account the same way you would with paypal, except with Kurrenci there are more options available.  Then, you visit any shop that accepts Kurrenci, or you can simply search by product on Kurrenci.com.  When you're ready to checkout, you will see the amazing discount you get by paying with Kurrenci!  The store owner makes your dollar worth more!  Some days your dollar will be worth 1.15, some days 1.5, it all depends on what rate the store owner sets it to.  But it can only go up!  It's more valuable money!

So go to Kurrenci.com  and set up your free account today!  Let me know what you get.

Disclosure:  I will receive 25 Kurrenci for participating in this campaign.  All opinions expressed are my own.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Happy Holiday Blog App & Giveaway

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Congratulations to Nancy!

Warner Bros. has come up with a new Happy Holidays Blog App featuring some classic and new movies out on Blu-ray sure to please everyone on your Holiday list!



What do you think?  Ready for a little giveaway?

Now, onto the giveaway!  You can win one of these titles - Peanuts Deluxe Holiday Collection, Classic Christmas Favorites or Dr. Seuss's Deluxe Holiday Collection on Blu-ray.  Prize will be chosen randomly from the above Blu-ray titles so this is a bit of a mystery giveaway!

Mandatory Entry:  Follow me on google friend, that's it!  Please be sure and leave your email so I can contact you if you win!  

Extra Entries, leave a separate comment for each extra entry.  As you can see, there are lots of extra entry opportunities so don't be shy!

1.  Share your results from the Holiday Movie Challenge (2 extra entries)
2.  Share your results from the Decode-A-Scene Game (2 extras)
3.  Share your best holiday survival tip (2 extras)
4.  Follow my google+ page (2 extra entries)
5.  Follow my facebook page (2 extras)
6.  Follow me on Pinterest (2 extras)
7.  Follow me on twitter here (2 extras) 

Giveaway will end on December 17th at Midnight (this is a quick giveaway).  Winner will be selected using a random number generator and will have 24 hours to respond.  If there is no response, I will randomly select another winner.  Open to US residents only. 

Disclosure:  Thanks so much to Warner Bros. for providing this information and sponsoring this giveaway.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Dial Foaming Hand Wash

 Holiday Scene Design

We have been using Dial Foaming Hand Soap in our home for the last few weeks.  I like the fact that it is easy to use (especially for the kids!) and leaves your hands feeling clean.  I do not know about you but we are pushing extra hand washing around here.  It seems like many people have gotten sick and anything we can do to help.  This formula kills 99.99% of germs encountered in the home while still being gentle on the skin - that's a win-win for me.

I snapped this photo of A showing me how she loves the foam.

Right now, the Dial Complete Foaming Hand Wash is all dressed up in limited edition holiday designs.  Their are currently four cheerful designs: Santa, Snowman, Candy Cane, and Holiday Scene.

The Holiday Scene is my favorite, I love the Holiday trees in our bathroom, it makes me smile when I see them!

 I think this product is a winner :)

For more information about Dial soap you can check them out on facebook here!

Disclosure:  Dial provided a free sample of their Holiday Foaming Hand Soap for this post.  My participation is voluntary and my opinions, as always, are my own!

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Nuby Giveaway


I wanted to tell you about a Nuby giveaway today only!  Nuby is in the Christmas spirit and feeling generous.  They are giving away 500 Nuby IcyBite Hand Teethers along with 500 packages of All Natural Pacifier & Teether Wipes!

Entering is easy, just like Nuby USA on facebook here and fill out the required information here.  Good luck and please let me know if you win!

Monday, December 10, 2012

Boogie Wipes Messy Face Photo Contest

Boogie Wipes

Okay, I have to tell you about a new contest that I am a part of.  You know how I am a Saline Ambassador, well I am partnering with some other friends to bring you the Messy Face Photo Contest.  Read below and be sure to enter!

Do you have a little one with a messy face? You may just have the winner of the Boogie Wipes Messy Face Photo Contest! Enter your little one(s) for a chance to win $25 PayPal Cash and a Boogie Wipes Prize Pack. PLUS a variety of other great prizes.  

The Contest Rules:
1. Email a picture of your messy faced little (or big) one to shoppingwithles@gmail.com. Please make sure you put Boogie Wipes Messy Face Photo Contest in the subject line.
2. Pictures will be accepted from 12:01 EST on Friday, December 7 - 11:59pm Thursday, December 13.
3. All pictures will be uploaded to the Boogie Wipes Photo Contest Entries Page within 24 hours of submissions. If you do not see your picture uploaded within 2 days of submissions, please contact shoppingwithles@gmail.com to make sure we received your submission.
4. Make sure you (and all your friends) visit the Boogie Wipes Photo Contest Entries Page, between 9 am EST Friday, December 14 and 11:59pm EST Sunday, December 23 to cast your vote for your FAVORITE Messy Face. In addition to the Photo Contest, Enter to Win 1 of 4 awesome prizes provided by Shopping with Les, DeDa Studios, Yes I Have A Coupon, Coupons and Friends and Cummins Life, through the Rafflecopter below. The Rafflecopter will be open starting at 12:01am EST, Friday, December 7 - 11:59pm EST, Saturday December 29.  

Rafflecopter Prizes include: 2 Bath Scrubbies and 1 $5 Amazon Gift Card - Sponsored by DeDa Studios and Yes I Have A Coupon 1 Toddler Backpack filled with goodies - Sponsored by Coupons and Friends 1 Boogie Wipes Prize Pack - Sponsored by Cummins Life 1 Boogie Wipes Prize Pack & 1 $10 Gift Card to Easy Canvas Prints - Sponsored by Shopping with Les and Save the Coupons a Rafflecopter giveaway Thanks also to our other sponsoring blogs:

Our First Biggie Party

B and D had their birthday party over the weekend and it was a lot of fun, a bit tiring but totally worth it.  We had a petting zoo, ponies, pinata, bounce house and an all around great party!  Enjoy a few of the photos (I have hundreds :).

B's cake - it has 7 turrets.

 
And D's cake - you got it, 3 turrets.

Our food spread.

The Petting Zoo

 They set up in our front yard.

The kids loved having the petting zoo.  Their were roosters, chickens, chicks, bunnies, ducks, a baby goat and a baby pig!

 B holding a chick

 
Bunny love

Even E enjoyed the animals!

 And of course, the ponies!

 B taking a ride.

 And D

 The ponies had a few carrot and apple treats.

Pinata Time

 Everyone had a go at the giant castle pinata.

 Here it goes...

 Getting loot

And that is an end to our first Biggie Party friends.  It seems that we might be doing something similar next year as B will turn 8 on the 8th, crazy right?

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Happy Birthday B!


Today, B turned 7.  We had B and D's joint birthday party today and it was a huge success!  I will dedicate a post to their party later, after I have had some rest :).  I just wanted to wish my beautiful second born daughter a very Happy Birthday!

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Hot Mama

Have you heard of Hot Mama?  Shannon Sunderland & Sahra Cahoon form the dynamic duo of Hot Mama Designs.  Hot Mama Designs rejoices in celebrating motherhood, family and the one-of-a-kind feeling of the handmade object.  Their inspiring designs are created to tell stories and celebrate life!  Celebrate Family ~ Celebrate Motherhood ~ Celebrate You!  They rejoice in the art of metalsmithing!  As artists they are intrigued by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, which is (loosely translated) the beauty of things that are unpretentious and unconventional. 


Right now, you can get 20% off any order of $100 or more.  Use the Promo Code: mamalove226 #mamajewelry

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Modeling

In the week of birthdays, E turns 14 months!  And she really seemed to be quite the little model - I think she likes having these photos taken, don't you?

 After I put her sticker on

 Admiring herself

 Miss Happy

 An Accessory

She looks all grown up!

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Printcopia Review & Giveaway


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Congratulations to McKim!

Printcopia
Have you heard of Printcopia?  They make amazing canvas prints!  There are six highlights I would like to mention:

1.  Their Art Team ensures great results every time
2.  They use non-toxic, eco-friendly inks
3.  All canvas prints are made in the USA
4.  You can print directly from social networks
5.  Low prices and fast, free delivery
6.  100% satisfaction guaranteed

Really, how awesome is that?  Check out our latest 8x10 canvas print below.  The quality is amazing and we could not be happier with our canvas.

 D opening our canvas with C - love their excitement!

 Yep, it is the kids at the beach.  The main star is D in this one.  I think she loves it!


On the wall, what do you think?  I love it!

Printcopia has some sister sites worth mentioning as well.  If you are looking for vinyl banners, car magnets or lawn signs visit www.bannersonthecheap.com, www.magnetsonthecheap.com and www.signsonthecheap.com.  Let me know what you find!

Now, onto the giveaway!  One of you will receive your own 8x10 canvas print from Printcopia!

Mandatory Entry:  Follow me on google friend and let me know, that's it!  Please be sure and leave your email so I can contact you if you win! 

Extra Entries
, leave a separate comment for each extra entry.  As you can see, there are lots of extra entry opportunities so don't be shy!

1.  Follow my google+ page (2 extra entries)
2.  Follow my facebook page (2 extras)
3.  Follow me on Pinterest (2 extras)
4.  Follow me on twitter here (2 extras)
5.  Follow Printcopia on facebook here (2 extras)
6.  Follow Printcopia on twitter here (2 extras)

Giveaway will end on December 12th at Midnight.  Winner will be selected using a random number generator and will have 48 hours to respond.  If there is no response, I will randomly select another winner.  Open to continental United States and Canada only.

Disclosure:  Thanks so much to Printcopia for providing me with my own 8x10 print canvas as well as sponsoring this giveaway!   All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

Healthy Choice Baked Entrees


I have a great coupon to share with you!  Are you a Healthy Choice fan?  Have you heard of the new Healthy Choice Baked entrees?  Well, right now I am a part of a sample/coupon share with crowdtap for these and I wanted to share it with all of you.

 
I printed out the coupon and tried the Fettuccini Alfredo Bake!

Venting the meal before cooking

 
Voila!

My thoughts - I think the portion size is great, the broccoli was bigger than I expected and the taste was really good - it wasn't bland and it wasn't overly creamy - a good balance for me.  While I wouldn't eat these every day, I do think they are a great option. I love that you get a nicer quick meal when needed - and as a Mom of five young children - sometimes I really need this!

Ready to try one for yourself?  Click here to save $1 on the purchase of one Healthy Choice Baked entree (this offer is good while coupon supplies last - I suggest printing it soon!).  Let me know what you try :)

A big thanks to both Crowdtap and Healthy Choice for providing me with this coupon and link to share with friends!  All opinions expressed are 100% mine.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Happy BIGGIE D


Today is D's Biggie Birthday!  She is the first of my kiddos to have one.  For those not familiar with this concept, it is when you turn the age of the day you were born - D turns 3 today on the 3rd.  We are having B and D's joint birthday party this coming Saturday but I just wanted to take a moment and wish my baby a Happy Birthday. 

Me with D in the hospital after she was born