Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Sinupret For Kids-Giveaway *CLOSED*


I am trying to do things more naturally with my daughter and myself before I use the intervention of prescription medication when she gets sick. Sinupret for kids is a natural remedy to promote the health of a child's sinus, upper respiratory, and immunity. It is clinically tested and is recommended for children 2 and up. It contains no stimulants, no history of dangerous side effects and has been widely recommended for children by European Doctors. It has been used in Europe for years and made with a proprietary blend of European herbs.


Would you like to try Sinupret? I am going to host a quick giveaway that will end Sunday, April 12, 2009 at 11:59 PM.


Win It

5 people will win

· A copy of Dr. Bob Sears bestselling book The Healthiest Kids in the Neighborhood

· A sample of Sinupret

· Yellow children's binoculars

· Sinupret for Kids Activity Books

· Sinupret for Kids Stickers

· Mini Plush Bear

Rules

Tell me a happy Easter memory you have. That's it! Non bloggers are welcome to enter, just please leave me an email in your post or I won't be able to contact you!


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I will choose the winners from random.org after Sunday night.

44 comments:

rdsd221 said...

My Easter memory is when Mom forgot where she hid the Easter eggs in the house. We found one months later after we discovered where that "smell" was coming from.

ydsddd said...

My Easter memory is shopping with my mother for a new outfit to wear to church on Easter morning.

mverno said...

my siblings and i always used to go outdoors and find all kinds of easter eggs. wow what fun. mverno@roadrunner.com

Katrina said...

My favorite memory was waking up Easter morning to my Easter Basket full of small gifts and candy. I also enjoyed hunting eggs.

danosor said...

My Easter memory is of searching for Easter eggs hidden throughout our home when i was a child.To this day we still hide Easter eggs and our children collect them in baskets.

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deedleweedle said...

My favorite memory is when my dad did a 360 in the car in the snow so that my mom would freak out and not make him drive us to church.

antonio hicks said...

My favorite memory of easter is finding the golden egg at our local town easter egg hunt out at the park. I won a new 20 inch bike.

S Denton said...

My favorite is watching my father in law dress up as the easter bunny for his grandkids

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

when one of my teens said he was too oldfor hunts and I tosseda gold egg in his room with cash inside...
he had to clean his room to find it andI found it rolledout of his room into the hall behind a basket- and rethrew it in and he took a long time to find it

Qwill said...

I remember making strawberry shortcake every Easter. In fact, I just cut up a half flat of strawberries this morning.

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HollyB said...

last easter was the only one I remeber... 3days before my babies were born

lisagee said...

Sunrise service at Garden Of The Gods in Colorado Springs.
Me & my son & my boyfriend.
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Courtney said...

My funniest Easter memory is when I was little. I was finally old enough to have one of those big chocolate bunnies in my basket. But, when I bit into it, I started to cry - no one told me that it was hollow in the middle and I thought I had been screwed somehow!

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Ginny said...

About 4 years ago we were able to get our girls a bike and a new scooter for easter. They were so excited with their big presents! It felt good to get them something they wanted & that would be great for the spring/summer months!

Dumaurier said...

I remember my parents giving me a beautfiul rabbit one Easter, she had a pretty blue and white striped dress and I just loved her. When I moved out, I couldn't toss her out so she's still living at my parents house (I Hope!)

mom2anutball said...

My favorite Easter memory was the year my daughter understood to look for the eggs! Everytime she found one her eyes lit up like lightbulbs, and she bounced around! It was the cutest thing I have ever seen!

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Anonymous said...

I ate my brother's Peeps!

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Jenndiggy said...

Winning third prize at our town egg hunt -- a huge Easter basket. Got all the candy from the egg hunt, the basket, a basket with lots of candy from my parents, and a basket from each set of grandparents!

amyd29 said...

It would have been when I was 8,it was the last time my parents were together!So that was special for me

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andrea v said...

I remember going to my aunts and coloring eggs and making baskets for all our friends. We still do it thirty yrs later.
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Kelly F said...

One Easter my mom made Easter bunny paw prints using a big stencil and baking powder on the carpeting. I remember being absolutely amazed at physical evidence of the Easter bunny in my house. Being an adult now I can really appreciate how hard my mom worked to make sure we were happy.

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Pam said...

My happiest Easter memory as a child is the Easter egg hunts at church where they're hide a golden egg with the grand prize. Plus dressing up with my little hat and gloves!!

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darlanpaulsmamma said...

Happiest Easter memory would just be remembering how good that chocolate bunny tasted as a kid.

Gianna said...

My daughter winning a coloring contest and getting to be in a parade :)

Jammie said...

Any holiday is special for me as long as I have my daughter and husband with me. I always love seeing my daughters face light up on easter. I would have to say my fav was when she was 2 and she was yelling at the keekee for getting into her easter basket I have it on tape and its precious

lezanac said...

My fave Easter memory was when I was 5 and had chicken pox for Easter I got my own special Easter Egg hunt inside while the other kids had to hunt outside

JULIE said...

My happy Easter memories date back to when my family would head out to my uncle's ranch after the service on Easter Sunday and spend the day out there with all my aunt and uncle's extended family...with hayrides, Easter egg hunts, cascarones (confetti eggs) being broken over heads...and LOTS of good Tex-Mex food!! Even though we weren't related to most of the people there...we were treated as part of that big extended family!! Such fun!!

Taylor said...

oh I have so many but Im going to say the times my father would take our Easter Basket to be blessed at Church on Saturday(if I recall the day correctly) and the dinner we had from it when he brought it home, it was a Lovely time and so delicious.skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

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Donna M. Clark said...

A Happy Easter memory I have is from when I was 4 years old. I was living in the same town I still live in, and we were all dressed up to walk to church. As we were crossing the bridge, I spotted- could it be? yes it was! The Easter Bunny. He was heading in the opposite direction, but I saw him. I got to prove to my cynical older sister that he really did exist.

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Adanma said...

One Easter that really stands out in my mind was one that fell on the day time sprung forward for daylight savings time. We forgot to change the clocks and when we got to church it was over. We still laugh about it.

lilyk said...

A happy Easter memory I have is getting a special cupcake with jellybeans on it at church.

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Nancy said...

One happy Easter memory I have is coloring Easter eggs with my children when they were young. Ah, the sharp smell of vinegar in the air brings back Easter memories! We scrambled to try to find enough cups to dye all the colorful eggs, and dropped each color tablet in a water and vinegar-filled cup. We would write names or special messages in the eggs with a waxy crayon so the color wouldn't cover it and the letters would magically appear on the egg! Then we would store the eggs in the refrigerator so the Easter Bunny could use them the next day! What fun!

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