Thursday, May 6, 2010

Hallmark Edge Of Motherhood Cards Product Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

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I am a greeting card fanatic and my "go to" store for my card needs is Hallmark. No matter what the occasion, or no occasion at all, I always seem to find the perfect card at one of my local Hallmark stores!

Hallmark has come out with a line of cards that I identify with so well. It's called the "Edge of Motherhood" series. These cards address the highs and lows of parenting, with humor that is right up my alley. Here are just a few of my favorites from the line.


The inside says: There now...feel better?

















The inside says: Hope your birthday is free of bad-mommy moments.

















The inside says: Welcome to the "do as I say and not as I did" years.
















Mother's Day is this weekend and I'm sure you probably have some moms in your life that would appreciate these cards throughout the year. This Mother's Day will be mark my 5th as a mom to some wonderful children and so to celebrate that milestone, I am giving away a collection of 5 cards from the "Edge of Motherhood" collection!

This giveaway is open to U.S. & Canadian residents only. If you do not have your email linked to your blogger profile, please leave your email address in your comment(s).

Mandatory Entry - Leave a comment on this post telling me your funniest mom moment. It can one that happened to you or someone you know.

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This giveaway will close on Sunday, May 16th at 11:59pm ET. Winner will be chosen by random number draw. Winner will be contacted immediately and has 48 hours to respond with shipping information. If winner does not respond within 48 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen.

Good luck and thanks for stopping by!

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by me. Hallmark doesn't have a clue who I am, only that I purchase a large volume of cards from them each year!

31 comments:

  1. Wow, the funniest moment...there are always so many! Most are actually mortifying not funny, but it depends on who you ask! My funniest (most mortifying) moment as a mom was when I was in a store (can't remember which) and I was having a conversation with another mom I know. My son kept whining and pulling on my until I asked him what he wanted. He said he hurt his butt and I needed to kiss it! Let me tell you I turned red right then and there!
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  4. I'm not sure it was the funniest, but this morning Stephen gave me a shout out on the radio station. LOL!

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  5. my son pulled down his pants and started peeing like the dogs at the park

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  6. Funniest mom moment was when my 3-year old son (now 17!), opened the door to the men's restroom at the DMV (which of course was extremely crowded) with his pants around his ankles and asked me to wipe his bottom. How embarassing! LOL

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  8. Ok there are sooooo many around here...one that stands out clearly is when I was in the check out line at Food Lion and the cashier was asking me a question and at that exact moment a much younger Will reached up my shirt and grabbed my boobs.......yeah, both hands....

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  9. You know pretty much every time I'm in the car with my girls is a funny moment. ;)

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  12. When our girls were about 2 and 3 years old, we were traveling in the Cape Cod area. We had stopped at a gift store vegetable stand type place. Out front the had a life sized, anatomically correct stallion. The girls were small enough to walk under it which they did. Being the observant little children they were, they noticed the "male parts" and asked their Dad what it was. He turned all shades of red and could do nothing but sputter. I walked over and simply said it was where the horse went to the bathroom. OK and off they went leaving a still flustered Dad. Two little old ladies standing nearby had a wonderful case of the giggles. Keep it simple is such a good thing to remember. We sometimes forget that children are children and are asking simple straight forward questions that need simple answers. My poor DH was trying to figure out how to do an anatomy and sex 101 course for them.

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  13. Favorite Mom moment was when I was in the mall with my daughter. I ran into an ex landlord and my daughter kept asking her name I said Mrs Dorothy she said like the Wicked Witch ??

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  14. One of mine is when my boy decided to just take his clothes off in a department store. He got down to the diaper!

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  15. We were at a restaurant and the waitress was asking what we all wanted to drink. When it was my turn my daughter interrupted and told the waitress, "My mama only drinks at night." You should have seen the look on her face. I mostly drink at night (iced tea and juice) because all my kids are always snatching my drinks all day long. She didn't know that though LOL.

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  16. My kids come up with some good ones, but at the moment, "Mommy Brain" has set in and I can't think of one.

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  18. when my kid said mommy there is santa clause in the grocery line to the guy ahead of us

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  19. My friend's daughter accidentally walked into the men's bathroom and said "Oops!".

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