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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Simple Broccoli Salad


Simple Broccoli Salad


Ingredients
1 bunch broccoli
1 bunch cauliflower
1 c cheddar cheese, shredded
1 chopped sweet onion
½ lb bacon, fried

Dressing
½ c mayonnaise
¼ c sugar
2 T. Apple Cider Vinegar

Cut broccoli and cauliflower into Florette's. Add cheese, onion and bacon. Mix in dressing. Chill for 1 hour or more.

* I also like to add in sunflower seeds

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5 Homemade Playdough Recipes - Summer Bucket list

Remember the days of playing with play dough creating shapes, people and various other things?  The next time your kids or you are in the mood to create with play dough get even more creative an make your own play dough. I came across a fun website Playdoughrecipe.org that has lost of fun and even edible recipes to make your very own play dough.

Here are 5 of the ones that sounded like fun to me and could even be added to your Summer Bucket List of fun ideas to do.



Peanut Butter PlayDough

Kool Aid PlayDough

Chocolate PlayDough

Microwave PlayDough

Jell-O PlayDough

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More Examined In The Waiting Room



“Our work as God’s servants gets validated-or not-in the details.  People are watching us…” Excerpt from 2 Corinthians 6 (The Message)

I entered the baby blue shoebox-sized office to be promptly shooed away to a steel framed chair.  “Well good morning, Sunshine,” I murmured as I slid down into my seat.  “Sunshine” beckoned me once for the insurance card hokey-pokey and then pointed to the same chair I left just moments ago.  And there I waited.  

Twenty minutes passed when a pleasant nurse called me back, checked my vitals and placed me in an examination room.  My doctor conducted a thorough examination and provided a great report. Yes!
My delight swiftly became dread as I approached the check-out counter.  Ugh, there she is again.  I waited silently, being blatantly ignored; not even eye contact!  “Sunshine” was in the middle of an intimate file tango and my presence was clearly an undesired interruption.

Take a deep cleansing breath, I commanded myself as I examined my surroundings.  Lo and behold a subtle delight returned when my eyes observed the McDonald’s iced coffee that rested next to her.
Ah, yes! When…IF…I get out of here…I’m hitting the Golden Arches to get a free iced coffee with the coupon waiting patiently in my wallet!

I dug into my purse, pulled out my wallet and obediently stood at attention until I could pay and escape.  Immediately, conviction dropped on me as fast as a new mother tends to her baby’s peep.  I reached into my wallet, pulled out my precious coupon and thought, Yes God, I will.

Gulp. “I see you like those iced coffees too.  Here, take my coupon for a free one.” 
She looked up at me.  Her strained brown transformed into a pleasant and familiar double arch.  We chatted easily for the next ten minutes in friendly conversation and parted with wide smiles.  You know, the way friends do.  

No, there wasn’t an opportunity to tell her about my faith, but I did get to show her what it looked like.  That moment wasn’t about her grumpiness or my initial negative reaction.  It was about my choice to be more like Christ, even when I really didn’t want to.  God used that opportunity to show me it is more important how I behave while I wait, than how I behave while I am examined.  How I wait is a front row view of who I really am.

You know what it cost me? Well, depending on the size, $1.69 or $1.99 (plus tax)…no, it cost me my pride.  I decided to swallow a calorie-free portion of pride rather than a free iced java. 
Yes, the doctor examined me in the examination room that day.  But even more importantly, God examined my character in the waiting room.  And, in both rooms, the test results came out just fine.


Steph's writing has appeared in Proverbs 31 Ministry, P31 Woman magazine.  In her free time she can be found encouraging numerous MOPS group in the northern Virginia area on the "Colorful Art of Friendship - Allowing God to Paint the Masterpieces" and MOPS leaders on "Being a Bright Light".

Steph can be found blogging at www.encouragedinheart.org or on Facebook at Stephanie Fink or on her Facebook page Encouraged in Heart - Stephanie Fink.  She loves big hair, big cups of coffee and big bear hugs.

*(Previously published in November 2009 in P31 Woman magazine.)

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WIN - 1001 Things Your Kids Should See and Do book


There are over a thousand things every kid needs to see and do to have the faith and courage and skills and confidence to walk out the door when adulthood beckons.
Harry H. Harrison Jr.'s "1001 Things" is a practical, inspirational and sometimes hilarious guide for parents who want to prepare their kids for facing life on its own terms. 

Click here to visit Raising Parent's Blog.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Harry H. Harrison Jr. are giving away a 1001 Things Your Kids Should See and Do book. 

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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk

....to create conversation
 
Q: What is your favorite subject to discuss? Why?

Riddle:
Q:What would you get if you crossed a jaguar with an elephant?
A: A sports car with a big trunk.


(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Twix Caramel Brownies - Summer Bucket List Fun

My kids learned quickly the brownies are one of the easiest last minute desserts to bake and I have often found them creating new brownie creations with their boxed mix by adding in other ingredients to make them more gourmet.  Wait till I share this yummy Twix caramel brownie recipe with them - I'm pretty sure it will be on their list to try out. I found this recipe over at Two Peas & Their PodClick here for recipe.

Teach your kids to create the easiest last minute dessert this summer by adding this to your Summer Bucket List of fun. Be sure to let them get creative by adding in Twix or other fun ingredients.

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WIN: American Express Gift Cards



 
Hurry over  and RSVP for the  24/7 MOMS StudyX Webcast Party and enter to WIN  American Express Gift Cards -  Click Here to get details and enter to WIN

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Free Quick and Easy Back To School Meal Guide



Get a your FREE online meal guide with 30 minute, freeze ahead and slow cooker recipes from Taste of Home and the makers of Ziploc brand products.  All you need is TWO Ziploc UPC codes off any products you already have or purchase on your next shopping trip.   Click here to get your FREE Meal guide now.

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Raising Up A Reader


 One of the most fundamental academic competencies children are expected to master in early childhood is reading. In many ways, this is what sets the stage for more the more formal learning process and contributes greatly to one's success in the classroom. However, while many children are able to master basic reading skills, it is not uncommon that this remains a mechanical practice rather than one that is done for pleasure or for the love of it. Many children read very little, in fact. While they may complete their school work (and may even do well many times), reading is all too often limited to technical or school related tasks and not done outside of that context.

To be fair, in the last few years more teenagers and young adolescents, and even tweeners, have been more akin to reading what with the popularity of stories like the Twilight trilogy, The Diary of a Wimpy Kid and of course, the phenomenal Harry Potter series. It does help, too, that these stories have a wide movie franchise behind it that does peak the interest of many readers. For younger readers, characters from popular television shows such as Blues Clues and the like have also become quite abundant.

However, in the absence of such enticements, the question to be asked is how do we get our kids to become interested in reading for fun and not just because it is assigned by a teacher? Further, how can we encourage them to read the types of stories we read as children ourselves? I do laud those teachers who are able to make sure their students not only read but actually like the act of reading in itself, but as parents, we can also take part in fostering a love for reading.

What I have come to recognize on a personal level that to develop a skill or build up on something, there must be constant practice or exposure. This is definitely true for reading. Establishing a supportive reading environment is essential. With consistent and regular reading periods with your child, such as during bedtime, can help them see that reading is a pleasurable act. Over time, you can encourage your child to read along rather than just be read to.

Another way of cultivating a reading this reading environment is by taking trips to the local library. This is a wonderful alternative to visits to the mall. Not only does it cost nothing, your child --- and even you --- have everything to gain!

It is also important to remember that building a love for reading should be a fine balance between challenge and comfort. What I mean with this is that to encourage a child to read more, it should neither be too hard nor too easy. Making sure that the storybooks (or novels for older kids) are not just age-appropriate but also skill-appropriate is essential.

Lastly, tapping into your childs interests can make them want to read further. For example, if your sons interest is on dinosaurs or airplanes, get him books on those topics or with those characters. Whether it is a fictional story or a facts and figures book, this will surely engage him in reading.

As an end note, I am a firm believe that teaching reading should not be limited to the schools and as something to be delegated to the teachers. We, too, must take part in raising a reader. Oh…and let’s not forget: children do imitate what they see, so maybe we too should find more time to read! Happy reading!!!

Marina is SAHM and co-owner of retail special products websites like decorative wall clock, vanity mirrors, Limoges and lot more.

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WIN - Sweet Dreams DVD


Get Tucked In For One 
Terrific Slumber Party!
SWEET DREAMS

 

Bedtime stories have never been so filled with friends and fun!  All of your preschool pals are back in a new, eight episode collection, Sweet Dreams, on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment.  Join Thomas & Friends, Fireman Sam, Barney, Bob the Builder, Kipper, Angelina Ballerina and newest HIT family members Roary the Racing Car and Timmy Time as they tuck in for some sleepytime good viewing.

DVD SYNOPSIS

Put on your jammies and snuggle in for eight sleepytime adventures. Join Thomas as he lights up the tracks for an evening concert and see how Angelina discovers the importance of a good night's sleep during her sleepless sleepover. Then, watch as Barney shows you the magic of nighttime and Bob the Builder lights up a football field for a nighttime game! Your favorite friends are waiting to cuddle up for a night of family fun.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment are giving away a Sweet Dreams DVD.

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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk

....to create conversation
 
Q: What's your least favorite thing to do? Why?

Riddle:
Q:What has five horns, four wheels and weighs ten tons?
A: Four rhinos in a convertible.


(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Friday, July 29, 2011

Did You Enter for the BIG Prize




Did you RSVP for the  24/7 MOMS StudyX Webcast Party and enter to WIN the Big Prize?  Click Here to get details and enter to WIN

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Successful Garage Sale Tips


By: Tisha Novotny

I don’t know why, but all of my children have enjoyed the adventure of hosting garage sales during the summer. Maybe it is the fun of pretending they have a store or the idea that they are making extra money. I, on the other hand, look at hosting garage sales as a lot of work. But over the years I have learned a few successful garage sale tips and tricks.
 
Click here to read Trisha's how to have a successful garage sale over  at SC Johnson

Be sure to leave me  a comment over at SC Johnson


*Each week Trisha Blogs on SC Johnson Family Economics website as a paid writer be sure to read her weekly articles.

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1/2 Dozen Homemade Popsicle Recipes


Kids + Sun = Popsicles - this summer make your own homemade Popsicles with your kids with one of these frozen treats. 

Orange Banana Smoothie Popsicle



Orange Banana Smoothie Popsicle from Country Living. Click here for recipe.






Root Beer Float Popsicles


Root Beer Float Popsicles from Erin Cooks. Click here for yummy simple recipe.





Frozen chocolate dipped bananas




Frozen chocolate dipped bananas make yummy Popsicles from and a little bit moreClick here for recipe.








Strawberry Vanilla Ice cream Popsicle





Strawberry Vanilla Ice cream Popsicle from The Cutting Edge Of Ordinary. Click here for recipe.







Banana and Cherry Jell-O Pops



A fun invention  by Pantry Eat a Banana and Cherry Jell-O frozen treat.. Click here for recipe.








Pudding Pops




Yummy chocolate or banana pudding pops from Let's Get CookinClick here for recipes.


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WIN - Burn Jel Plus, UnBurn and Muscle Jel


Burn Jel Plus
The leading emergency treatment for minor burns used by doctors, U.S. Military and EMTs around the world. This thick gel cools and soothes sunburns and minor burn injuries. Contains Vitamin E, Tea Tree Oil and 2.5% Lidocaine to relieve pain fast while protecting against infection. Not only soothing, Burn Jel Plus actually takes out the heat of your burn, allowing your skin to heal fast. Convenient squeeze bottle.

UnBurn
Utilizing a vast knowledge of emergency burn care, Water-Jel has formulated UnBurn for the specific treatment of sunburns. This Vitamin E-enriched, water-based gel with 2.5% Lidocaine works quickly to relieve the pain of sunburn. UnBurn immediately cools and soothes the skin while its moisture-rich Vitamin E formula with Aloe helps prevent peeling.

Muscle Jel
Muscle Jel is the highly effective, professional-grade therapeutic analgesic preferred by physical therapists, chiropractors, podiatrists and other medical professionals. It provides fast-acting relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis, strains, bruises and sprains. This light, greaseless and clear formula cools and soothes, then warms and penetrates deep to relieve pain. Does not stain clothing. Mild scent dissipates quickly. Contains comforting Menthol and Camphor.

All three products have a shelf life of 3 years from date of manufacture.

Burn Jel Plus is available in stores nationwide such as Wal-Mart, Rite-Aid and CVS. All 3 products can be found Water Jel’s website by Clicking Here.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Water Jel are giving away one Burn Jel Plus, one UnBurn and one Muscle Jel.
  
Enter for your chance to win:

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**We received a complimentary Burn Jel Plus, UnBurn and Muscle Jel for review no financial compensation was received.

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5 Giveaways Ending Saturday at Midnight



WIN: School Zone Publishing is giving away one level from Start to Read! series (winner can choose between levels 1, 2 or 3). Click here to enter.



WIN: Vicki Courtney is giving away a 5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Son book. Click here to enter.




WIN: Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment are giving away a Roary The Racing Car DVD. Click here to enter.



WIN: Bloomsbury Kids are giving away a signed copy of Pig Kahuna book. Click here to enter.




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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk

....to create conversation
 
Q: What's your all time favorite band, and what would you give to meet them?

Riddle:
Q: Why do cowboys ride in rodeos?
A: Because they like the extra bucks.


(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Win Big At the StudyX Webcast Party


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Get ready for another fun and  exciting  24/7 MOMS Webcast Party- Tuesday August 2nd we will host two parties full of FUN and Prizes with StudyX the flash card maker that is  the first general-purpose study software designed to help students (elementary to graduate) learn facts faster, retain them longer, and have more fun while studying! 

 
Party Fun (Live Webcast)

Join  24/7 MOMS and StudyX as we chat about fun and creative ways to motivate your kids this school year when it comes to homework and we will keep it simple with tips on creating homework space for your kids.

The fun takes place Tuesday August 2nd, 2011 - Two shows  6pm PT/9pm ET or 8pm PT /11pm ET



Party Details
  • What: 24/7 MOMS StudyX Webcast Party
  • When: Tuesday, August 2, 2011   Two shows  6pm PST/9pm EST or 8pm PST / 11pm EST
  • Where: The fun is at www.247moms.com  sign in  on the chatroll box to chat.
  • Momversation: Homework Motivation 101
  • Keeping It Simple:  Creating Homework Space
  • Sponsor:  StudyX
  • Big Prize:  Two $50 American Express Cards- to enter the BIG Prize giveaways RSVP and follow below instructions
  • Party Favors: Join in the chat and WIN more prizes during the Webcast party
  • RSVP: Use Mr. Linky below to RSVP and enter the Big Prize giveaway.

Entry Requirements

For a chance to enter and win the Big Prize giveaways, please complete the following requirements , fill out My Linky ( if you do not have a URL copy and use http://www.247moms.com)
1.    Like StudyX on Facebook

2.    Like 24/7 MOMS on Facebook




Help us out and INVITE your mom friends post to your Facebook or Twitter

  •  Join me at 24/7 MOMS Webcast party Tues 8/ 2  two times 6pm PT/9pm ET  or 8pm PT/11pm ET  W/ StudyX  , RSVP here http://bit.ly/peile1


Terms and Conditions

One $50 gift card winner per show will be selected randomly and announced during the Webcast show at 6pm PT/9pm ET  and 8pm PT/11pm ET ( No purchase necessary to enter.). This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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DIY Slip and Slide - Summer Bucket List Of Fun


Your kids will have a slippin good time with this DIY Slip-N-Slide from @wiredgeekdad on DigitalMisery.com . Click here for full instructions.

This is a great Summer Bucket List fun project that dad can help the kids to create.

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August Events Which Can Save You Time and Money


August is full of days observed to “be kind” to others, ourselves and our community.
August 2:  National Night Out (nationalnightout.org):
National Night Out celebrates its 28th year of promoting neighborhood networking and community spirit.  Visit the National Night Out website to find an event in your area.   Get to know your neighbors, and to those striving to make where you live a better, safer place.  Kids and families will enjoy a night out of fun activities.  Explore the organizations which may be of help or assistance to you.  Introduce yourself to your neighbors; friendships, jobs, swaps and new experiences may await you!
August 1-7:  Simplify Your Life Week:
Relax!  You don’t have to simplify your life all in one week….  August is a great month to evaluate how things get done in your home.  Transitioning from summer activities to your “school’s in session” schedule can be stressful.  Just as piles and chaos accumulates slowly, reversing habits towards organization takes time.  Divide your home and daily life into sections, tackling one at a time. You can find free forms and ideas online, on sites such as DonnaYoung.org and organizedhome.com.  Several great books can be found to help you with your problem areas at local libraries.  When home duties and routines are organized, you’ll save time and money.  Plus, everyday motherhood will be far more enjoyable. 
August is National Beach Month and National Parks Month:  “Get Out There”!
Be sure to enjoy the great outdoors in August.  Scavenger hunts, picnics, creative activities, play dates, and daytrips are inexpensive ways to make lasting memories.  Want to become a “Junior Ranger” of our National Parks?  Kids can tour and learn through national parks online:  http://www.nps.gov/webrangers/
August 15 is National Relaxation Day: 
Set aside an appointment or two with yourself to unplug and relax.  Taking time for yourself pays dividends for you and those around you.  Return to your children and your daily life refreshed.   
August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month and Immunizations Awareness Month:
Preventative visits, talking with your kids about taking care of themselves, and ensuring all of you are up to date with immunizations is time well spent. 
Eye Health:  Activities for kids and information for caregivers:   http://isee.nei.nih.gov/
Immunizations:  CDC has a “Parents Guide to Immunizations”:  http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/parents-guide/default.htm


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WIN - Melissa and Doug Sunny Patch Products


Clicker Crab Pail and Shovel

A crab-shaped scoop and a sunny red-orange, crab-face bucket make digging for treasures at the beach even more fun! Clicker Crab is always smiling and you will be too, with this sturdy plastic duo.
Dimensions: 7.5" Diameter x 6.25"H Assembled
Recommended Ages: 2+ years

Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cupcake Set

There IS something new under the sun...a 12-piece set to make cupcakes at the beach or in the sandbox! First, fill the unique, hinged cupcake molder with sand "dough", add cupcake toppers, put in tray and "bake". You can even use the icing tool to add more designs! For storage, you may keep the whole set in the included mesh bag.
Dimensions: 15" x 9" x 3.25" Assembled
Recommended Ages: 3+ years

Seaside Sidekicks Sand Baking Set

Make fabulous mudpies and sandcakes with this sea-creature inspired "baking" set. Young chefs will love using the shell shaped measuring cups, octopus whisk and crab mixing spoon to "cook" up some great beach treats. The turtle lid on the "mixing" bowl doubles as a sifter!
Recommended Ages: 3+ years

Seaside Sidekicks Sand-Molding Set

The turtle mold has lots of friends hiding under its shell...a fish, a crab, a starfish and a seahorse! This set provides hours of sand molding fun in the sandbox or at the beach and quick clean up, as all the molds store neatly in their turtle "shell".
Recommended Ages: 2+ years

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Melissa and Doug are giving away the following Sunny Patch products: Clicker Crab Pail and Shovel, Seaside Sidekicks Sand Cupcake Set, Seaside Sidekicks Sand Baking Set and Seaside Sidekicks Sand-Molding Set.

Enter for your chance to win:

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**We received a complimentary Melissa and Doug Sunny Patch products for review no financial compensation was received.

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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk

....to create conversation
 
Q: What real person, dead or alive, do you wish you could be more like? Why?

Riddle:
Q: What do cowboys put on their pancakes?
A: Maple stirrup


(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Top Kitchen Organizing Tips

 
Stop the Kitchen Stuffing:

click here. for my three step kitchen cupboard make-over tips





 

Four Systems For Organizing Your Recipes:

Click Here for my simple ways you can organize all your recipe.




 
Simple Steps To Freezer Organization:

Click here to read my 5 easy steps to freezer organization



 




One Dozen Kitchen Tips:

Click here to read Trisha's dozen kitchen tips that you will find useful as you clean and prepare meals


 






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Edible Paint - Summer Bucket List Fun


Now your kids can paint and eat at the same with when you allow them to be creative with this yummy recipe for edible paint from Make and TakesClick here for recipe.

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Watch it Now - Family Pet Care 101

 Last week on 24/7 MOMS Live Trisha Novotny and Dr. Kate Cutting owner of Door Step Vet -   chatted about When a Family faces the loss of their family pet along with Pet Care 101.

If you missed last weeks show click on the screen below and watch our re-paly.





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DIY Moms- Framed Bulletin Board


This week you can create a framed bulletin board to match your room decor with the  DIY MOMS framed bulletin board  from Celebrate Creativity in all its forms.  For full instructions click here.

*Stop by each week for our DIY MOMS feature.


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WIN - Name Your Tune CD


Name Your Tune CD’s are exciting, fun and fresh music compilations that is made-to-order and personalized for each child – now in 2 Volumes! The child's name becomes the feature part of every song making it an instant sing-along, feel-good hit. The songs are familiar and much-loved tunes for children, parents and grandparents making Name Your Tune a great way to learn, play and have fun together.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Name Your Tune are a giving away a copy of Name Your Tune Volume 1 or 2 CD (winner’s choice).

Enter for your chance to win:

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You Saw It This Week on 24/7 MOMS Live Webcast

Fairytale Brownies

Click here to visit Fairytale Brownies website.


Barksters

Click here to visit Barksters website.


Spreadshirt

Click here to visit Spreadshirt's website.

Freaky Pets


Click here to visit Freaky Pets website.


Name Your Tune CD's

Click here to visit Name Your Tune CD's.

Kids-EEZE


Click here to visit Kids-EEZE website.

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