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November 30, 2010

Parent Club Playtex Holiday Gift Basket Giveaway

The holiday season has arrived and Playtex wants to celebrate the spirit of giving with a festive themed gift basket featuring must-have items for moms and little ones.

THE GIVEAWAY:
Valued at more than $125, each Playtex holiday basket includes:

· 2 pack of Playtex Ortho-Pro Silicone Pacifiers Newborn

· 2 pack Playtex Binky Newborn

· Playtex Ortho Pro Teether Newborn

· Playtex Drop In Bottle Premium Holders (2 pack)

· Playtex Drop In Bottle Liners (50 count)

· Playtex First Sipster sippy cup (2 pack)

· Playtex Mealtime Infant Feeding Spoons (4 pack)

· Playtex Ventaire Bottles (2 pack – 1 6oz/ 1 9oz)

· Playtex Mealtime Bowls (3 pack)

· Baby Blanket

· Stuffed Animal

· Holiday Stocking

· Mini ornaments


TO ENTER:
Comment on your favourite holiday memory

THE RULES (because life has rules):
Open to Canadian residents
One entry per day
Tweet the giveaway = an extra entry (comment separately that you did so)

winner will be randomly drawn

THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST - THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED

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32 Comments:

At November 30, 2010 at 5:14 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

I would love to win this for a friend's daughter who is due on January 25!

I have so many good holiday memories that it's hard to choose one favorite. One of my favorites was my oldest son's first Christmas. He was almost a year old so he had a great time ripping open his gifts. That was the year that the focus of Christmas really shifted for me and the magic that I felt as a child returned as I got to watch him experience it all.

dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

 
At November 30, 2010 at 7:12 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

My favorite holiday memory was when my niece was born. She was born in december. I got her so many clothes she couldn't even fit.

billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

 
At November 30, 2010 at 8:19 PM , Anonymous Amy said...

My favourite holiday memory is dressing up my daughter in the most adorable Santa Suit. The funny part was it was a hand me down, that fit her in August not December. So my husband being the good sport that he is...covered the floor in cotton batting and dug out the sled from the crawl space. We took a ton of pictures and then we used that for our Christmas cards.

 
At November 30, 2010 at 8:54 PM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

When we were little we lived on the other side of the country and would drive across 4 provinces to our grandparents. My sister and I would share a bed and my grandma would always make such nice treats. It was so nice spending 2 whole weeks with family that we didn't always see. Now that I am mom I make sure to have my children spend time with family during the holidays too

 
At December 1, 2010 at 11:02 AM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/Gingermommy/status/10000618626220033

 
At December 1, 2010 at 5:08 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

One of my favorite holiday memories was driving around our town looking at all the decorated houses with my mom when I was a kid. We used to do it every Christmas Eve.

dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

 
At December 1, 2010 at 7:53 PM , Anonymous Amy said...

My fav holiday memory is decorating the tree with ornaments that we made as children. Nothing is nicer than sharing the ornaments that I made as a child, with my own children

 
At December 1, 2010 at 8:27 PM , Anonymous Meredith said...

My favourite holiday memory is our family tradition of acting out, or reading Twas' the night before Christmas every Christmas eve. Can't wait to share it with our newest family member.

 
At December 2, 2010 at 8:45 AM , Blogger Colleen said...

I remember running downstairs on Christmas morning, looking under the tree and "seeing" that Santa had brought me this terrific truck and that he had brought a doll for my little brother. It took my parents a little while to straighten that out, especially since I insisted that Santa was smart enough to KNOW I didn't want a doll.

To this day, I have my childhood dolls perfectly preserved in my basement. Santa eventually gave me trucks! Trucks were better to play with in the sandbox, which I loved!

 
At December 2, 2010 at 9:22 AM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/Gingermommy/status/10337918153400320

 
At December 2, 2010 at 3:00 PM , Anonymous Amy said...

I remember the family dog knocking over the Christmas tree. He loved to lay right under is. I think it reminded him of being outside.The ornaments went flying all over. The parents were not impressed. But soon after we laughed it. Now years later, the dog is no longer with us but the memory of that always makes me smile!

 
At December 2, 2010 at 8:40 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

One of my favorite Christmas memories is of decorating the tree every year when I was a kid. We had such an eclectic collection of ornaments and it was always so much fun reminiscing about how we came to own them.

dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

 
At December 3, 2010 at 10:10 AM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

http://twitter.com/#!/Gingermommy/status/10712318891524096

 
At December 3, 2010 at 1:20 PM , Anonymous Amy said...

Placing your child on Santas knee for the first time...you just never know how they're going to react but either way its a kodak moment

 
At December 3, 2010 at 2:04 PM , Blogger Colleen said...

I remember running downstairs on Christmas morning, looking under the tree and "seeing" that Santa had brought me this terrific truck and that he had brought a doll for my little brother. It took my parents a little while to straighten that out, especially since I insisted that Santa was smart enough to KNOW I didn't want a doll.

To this day, I have my childhood dolls perfectly preserved in my basement. Santa eventually gave me trucks! Trucks were better to play with in the sandbox, which I loved!

 
At December 3, 2010 at 2:12 PM , Blogger Colleen said...

http://twitter.com/#!/TalkingColleen/status/10773339404505089

 
At December 3, 2010 at 2:22 PM , Blogger Food According To Karen said...

My fondest Christmas memory was the one Christmas when we didn't have turkey for dinner. Both girls were sick, we'd been up all night with them and they were finally sleeping on the sofa. Santa had been and gone. I'd made spaghetti sauce Christmas eve for Boxing day dinner, and suggested that maybe we should just have Spaghetti for dinner since nobody really felt like cooking, and it would probably be just the two of us and he agreed. I was just setting the spaghetti on the table for the two of us when two little head popped up over the sofa and I heard two little voices 'Sghetti? We smell sghetti!' I put out two more plates, some more garlic bread, and it ended up being the best darned Christmas meal we'd ever had!

 
At December 4, 2010 at 8:32 AM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

http://twitter.com/#!/Gingermommy/status/11050074045943810

 
At December 4, 2010 at 11:14 AM , Anonymous Amy said...

Baking the holiday cookies. My kids love picking out all the shapes. Last year we stepped it up with multi coloured icing and different flavours. They were so good that in August we were still talking about them but it was far too hot to bake them then :)

 
At December 4, 2010 at 2:50 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

One of my favorite memories when I was a bit older was waiting for my parents to leave the house, then my older brother and I would search for where they had hidden the presents. They eventually caught on and started keeping them at my grandmothers house.

 
At December 5, 2010 at 10:12 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

A favorite memory of mine is watching my boys decorate the tree. It doesn't look pretty when they're done but they have a blast and are proud of themselves so I leave it exactly how they put it.

 
At December 6, 2010 at 9:20 AM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

http://twitter.com/#!/Gingermommy/status/11786691635314688

 
At December 6, 2010 at 2:32 PM , Anonymous Amy said...

Dressing my kids in matching santa suits. There is such a big age gap..that one looks more like santa and the other his little elf

 
At December 6, 2010 at 4:51 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

A vivid Christmas memory I have is of when I was 6. The only thing I wanted was a Punky Brewster doll. On Christmas Eve I became very sick with the flu. On Christmas morning, I got up, found the only present that looked like it could be my doll, opened it (I was right, it was the doll) and went back to bed. I ended up opening the rest of my presents on boxing day that year.

 
At December 7, 2010 at 6:44 AM , Blogger Colleen said...

The best tradition that we have started recently in our family is waffles for Christmas Eve brunch (which is when we celebrate Christmas in our family). We have decided to bring the tradition back this year, and my fondest memory is of watching my nephew sit and eat about a half dozen waffles in a row a few Christmases back!

 
At December 7, 2010 at 9:04 AM , Blogger Barb A. said...

My fave memory/ies is/are trekking deep into the Christmas tree farm with my parents (later my husband and son joined in) to find our perfect tree. My son was 6 months old the first time he participated - he was so bundled up in blankets on his sleigh that you couldn't even tell there was a baby in there!

 
At December 7, 2010 at 9:15 AM , Blogger Barb A. said...

I tweeted about the contest here: http://twitter.com/#!/foodfortot/status/12147701885968384

 
At December 7, 2010 at 11:56 AM , Blogger Gingermommy said...

http://twitter.com/#!/Gingermommy/status/12188475537235968

 
At December 7, 2010 at 12:15 PM , Blogger marlibu said...

my fave holidaye memory is decorating the christmas tree during the santa claus parade while sipping on some hot chocolate with my family

 
At December 7, 2010 at 8:03 PM , Anonymous Amy said...

One of my favourite holiday memories was when we put together the Gingerbread house and keft our creation on the counter to "harden" over night. Then randomly the wall sconce fell off the wall and crushed the house. We were so shocked and mom just laughed and let everyone dive in and eat the pieces. Then she went to the store and got us another one to create! Yay twice the Gingerbread !

 
At December 7, 2010 at 10:28 PM , Blogger edmontonjb said...

Another favorite holiday memory is the Santa Clause parade. When I was a kid we went every year and now I bring my kids every year, but it's different here in Edmonton - it's indoors!

 
At December 8, 2010 at 6:25 AM , Blogger Colleen said...

Well, the orders are in and our waffle tradition is continuing this year with a little twist - no more chocolate sauce or marshmellow fluff! We will be serving the waffles (homemade, of course) with fresh cut fruits and berries, and amazing Liberte Mediterrane Yogurt - it's heaven on earth, I tell you!

 

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