Party On Designs $570 Giveaway!

Posted on June 28th, 2012 by Kara
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Party On! Designs Ultimate Birthday Party Package Giveaway! ONE WINNER — 10 Party Supply Vendors- $570 Value!

***THIS IS NOT A RANDOM DRAWING***

This prize will be given to the “Most Deserving” person in need of an AMAZING party. We know there are so many of you who for one reason or another may just need a break. We want to do that for you! You are mothers, grandmothers, daughters, step-parents, you name it. You do so much for those around you, and we want to reward you for your hard work and love you give to others. Tell us what makes you special, or tell us about someone special that you would like to throw a party for.

How to Win:

1. We ask that you kindly “LIKE” on Facebook all of the vendors who have made this giveaway possible:

Party On! Designs

Kara’s Party Ideas
Party Steals

Pretzels Pleaze

Sweet Threads Clothing

The Sweet Crush

Ten23 Designs

Tout Mon Amour

Baby Birdie Boutique

Prop Shop Boutique

2. Please leave a comment on this post before 11:59pm MDT on Saturday June 30th detailing what makes YOU or someone you know the most deserving person {with a US address} to receive this amazing package. Please include WHO the party would be thrown for.

3. We will select what we think are the top 10 most deserving stories and post them here on KPI on Sunday, July 1st. All entries will be verified {making sure the person liked all of the above Facebook pages}. The winning stories will be numbered 1-10, and voters will be allowed to leave a comment with their vote {number}. ONE VOTE PER PERSON…votes will also be verified. Voting will end at 11:59pm MDT on Tuesday JULY 3rd. The story with the most votes at 12:01am MDT on July 4th will be the winner.

*IMPORTANT- Please do not email us your stories, or facebook message them. They MUST be written on www.karaspartyideas.com in the comments section of this post in order to be considered.

Below are photos of some of the party supplies and personalized décor that will be provided for the winner.

Details of what the winner will receive:

1. Personalized handmade party supplies, including a banner, cupcake toppers, thank you tags, water bottle wraps, stickers and more. From Party On! Designs – $150 Value.

2. Additional party supplies to match the color scheme, including paper products, balloons, baking cups, paper straws, party favors and more.  From Party Steals – $100 value.

3. Two dozen chocolate covered pretzels and two dozen chocolate covered Oreos for a total of four dozen treats. They will even drizzle the colors to match your party! From Pretzels Pleaze – $100 value.

4. A beautiful, handmade and personalized party outfit to match the theme. From Sweet Threads Clothing – $50 value.

5. Two Necklace & Bracelets sets, which could be worn by the mother and the birthday girl, the hostess and the mom-to-be, the bride and maid of honor, or even given as “prizes” at the party! From The Sweet Crush – $50  value.

6. One full sheet of vinyl decals to match your party theme (polka dots, stars, etc). The sheet will have 20 – 30 decals on it. Use it to decorate a myriad of things at the party! From Ten23 Designs – $25 value.

7. Two daisy grass mats and two bottles of gorgeous fairy dust, shipped (for free) from Australia! From Tout Mon Amour – $35 value.

8. A custom headband to coordinate with the party theme, which could be worn by the guest of honor, the hostess, or could be used as a party “prize”. From  Baby Birdie Boutique – $20 value.

9. Custom-made party hat or crown. These are just amazing! From Prop Shop Boutique – $40 value.

Good luck to all, and we can’t wait to see the who wins!

So, once more….How to Enter to Win:

1. We ask that you kindly “LIKE” on Facebook all of the vendors who have made this giveaway possible:

Party On! Designs

Kara’s Party Ideas
Party Steals

Pretzels Pleaze

Sweet Threads Clothing

The Sweet Crush

Ten23 Designs

Tout Mon Amour

Baby Birdie Boutique

Prop Shop Boutique

2. Please leave a comment on this post before 11:59pm MDT on Friday June 27th detailing what makes YOU or someone you know the most deserving person {with a US address} to receive this amazing package. Please include WHO the party would be thrown for.

3. We will select what we think are the top 10 most deserving stories and post them here on KPI on Saturday, June 30th. All entries will be verified {making sure the person liked all the above Facebook pages}. The winning stories will be numbered 1-10, and voters will be allowed to leave a comment BELOW with their vote {number}. ONE VOTE PER PERSON…votes will also be verified. Voting will end at 11:59pm MDT on Tuesday JULY 3rd. The story with the most votes at 12:01am MDT on July 4th will be the winner.

*IMPORTANT- Please do not email us your stories, or facebook message them. They MUST be written on www.karaspartyideas.com in the comments section of this post in order to be considered.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability.

**UPDATE**

HERE ARE THE FINALISTS!!

**FINALIST #10** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #TEN if you want her to WIN – @Whitney Paddock on June 29, 2012 at 10:59 am said:

I believe my son Sammy is the most deserving of an AMAZING party! When Sammy was born April 24, 2009, after a pretty stress free pregnancy, the cord was wrapped around his neck three times. After the midwife and nurses took care of my little blue bundle, they realized that his skin had a strange purplish hue and his feet and arms were not the same size. Three hours after he was born, he was sent to the local Children’s Hospital for testing, while I had to stay behind until my iron counts went up. We were able to leave the NICU after the first night, but we stayed in the hospital for almost a week while they ran a series of tests on my precious baby, and while he stayed under the bili lights to lower his counts. He had blood work, several X-rays, and ultrasounds done to determine the severity of his limb abnormalities (one hand and forearm is smaller than the other, his left foot is much thicker and the toes much bigger than the right, he has several lumps of fatty tissue on his back and stomach, and one butt cheek is bigger than the other – definitely the cutest feature!) and the discoloration of his skin which covers a majority of his torso and most of his left leg. When we left the hospital, we had some idea as to what he could have. He was initially diagnosed with KTW Syndrome (I believe a few thousand people have this syndrome), then CMTC (about 250 people have this diagnosis). After a month, we came back for an MRI of his brain, which thankfully was normal. Over the past three years, my little man has endured numerous doctor’s visits, MRI’s, X-rays of his entire body, Ultrasounds, and many other tests. We have traveled to see specialists in Cincinnati, and all of his lab work and paperwork was sent to Boston Children’s hospital for review. As of August 2011, Samuel is officially diagnosed with CLOVES (for more information, visit clovessyndrome.org) which 90 people in the world have been diagnosed with. While he is a healthy, happy 3 year old, he recently had the 2nd toe of his left foot amputated due to its size and to help decrease the width of his foot. We will need to go in for further testing soon to see how the vascular anomaly on his chest is affecting his internal organs, blood flow, and especially his heart. For one reason or another, we have not had the opportunity to throw Sammy the big wonderful birthday party we feel he deserves! We want Sammy to have a big blow out for his 4th birthday – a celebration of him and the wonderful life and health he has! We are so lucky to have him in our family, thankful that he is healthy, and we won’t to show our love to him! We love you Samuel Connor!!!

**FINALIST #9** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #NINE if you want her to WIN – @Bridgett Runyon on June 28, 2012 at 5:42 pm said:

I would like to win this awesome giveaway for my baby girl Mira’s 1st Birthday coming up in August. On August 11, 2010 I had a stillborn at 37 weeks to a baby girl named Maddyn Shaye. Losing a child is a mothers worst nightmare, a pain that no one should never have to endure. I will forever remember my sweet Maddyn & the joy she brought to me in the little time I had with her. She’s brought me joy that I can’t even describe & friendships from women across the country that I’ve met through “Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope”-an online support group. I’m forever thankful for my angel. Just 4 months after, I got pregnant again with what is now my little MIRAcle baby, Mira Shaye, born on August 10,2011- – Just one day short of what would have been Maddyn’s 1st birthday. Throughout my whole pregnancy & before I even found out I was having another girl, I referred to Mira as my “rainbow baby”. A rainbow baby is a baby that is born after any kind of pregnancy or infant loss. After having gone through the storm of losing a child, a new life brings with it a rainbow… So that is why I want to throw Mira a “rainbow” themed 1st birthday party.

**FINALIST #8** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #EIGHT if you want her to WIN- Lydia on June 28, 2012 at 8:53 am said:

My story isn’t sad, or heart wrenching. My story is uplifiting and I want to celebrate all of the amazing things that have happened for my sweet Bella. We adopted Bella from Romania, after long bouts of in-vitro and egg donors, we needed to explore the idea of adoption. The orphanages over there are DEPLORABLE. We went through MONTHS and MONTHS of red tape in order to adopt her, and finally did. We got back stateside, and got a call from the adoption agency, stating that they had found Bella’s brother, Anthony, in another orphanage in Romania and knew we were interested in adopting him. We had only been home a few weeks, so we told the agency to give us a while to adjust to having Bella, and allow us to mull it over. After two weeks, we decided the best thing to do would be to adopt Anthony, as well. We called the agency and told them we were interested and were HEART BROKEN to find out that he had been adopted. We reveled in having our own child, FINALLY, and though we were hurt by not having her sibling there to raise with her, we still had our sweet Bella.
Fast forward 6 months. I get a phone call that I am floored by. The family that adopted Anthony is ELEVEN MILES FROM MY HOME. That’s where they LIVE. A true MIRACLE. I am sobbing happy tears as I tell my husband, and over the last year and a half, we have been able to raise Bella with her brother, Anthony and have them know eachother. We are SO blessed and SO happy to know that she has a true part of her that she can hang on to for the rest of her life.
My sweet Bella is deserving of an amazing, over the top, birthday party and I hope that I am able to give this to her by winning your package.

**FINALIST #7** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #SEVEN if you want her to WIN- Michelle Jones on June 28, 2012 at 3:22 pm said:

I would Love to be able to have a chance to win this give away from my Sister Sheila she is a single Mom of two wonderful kids and she just currently lost her job. I just recently celebrated my daughters 4th birthday, and my Sister, her daughter and I with a few other people were sitting at a table. And her daughter said to her softly “Momma can my birthday be like this” She replied back “I don’t know, because I don’t have a lot of money” her daughter hugs her and says “it’s OK” as my Sister has tears in her eyes. It truly made me sad. later that day I told my husband, I wanted to throw Alyssa (my sister’s daughter) a party and explained what had happen. But as I start to think. I myself have two other kids who’s birthdays are coming up soon My daughter Madison who is turning 1 July 9th and my son J.J is turning 3 sept 4th. And I don’t have a lot of my money myself so I may not be able to give her the party she deserves. But when I seen this I just had to try it out. My niece Alyssa is Going to be 5 at the end of September and she is just the sweetest little girl who cares about others and what she can do for them before herself. She deserve to have a day that is just all about her, to make her feel special like a princess :) So please I would love to help my sister out be able to let her give her daughter a great Birthday!

**FINALIST #6** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #SIX if you want her to WIN- Allanna on June 28, 2012 at 4:49 pm said:

I would love to throw a homecoming party for my husband! He is currently deployed overseas and has been gone all year. March 30th of this year I gave birth to our daughter. She is our first born and my husband was not able to come home for the birth. Needless to say, he has not met his daughter yet and won’t until she is nearly 7 months old. He has always wanted to be a father and was so patient waiting for me to be ready, and he truly sacrificed the most important day of our lives, and some of the sweetest moments of our daughters life, to serve our country and protect our freedoms.
I want to give him a homecoming party that he will never forget! He works so hard I think he truly deserves a celebration.
Thank you so much for hosting such a wonderful giveaway. It will really allow someone who otherwise couldn’t to have a special day.

**FINALIST #5** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #FIVE if you want her to WIN- Desiree huling on June 28, 2012 at 10:40 pm said:

I would love to win this party for my little 4 year old brother that has been battling cancer (Leukemia) for 1 year. He would love to have a party…he is a strong little boy. If I can put a smile on his face for a couple hours that would make my day.My brother Dominick fights everyday to beat CANCERS BUTT!! My mother is a single mother and can not afford to throw him a lavish party. She had to quit her full time job to take care of my brother. This party would mean so much to us. Thanks again for the wonderful opportunity!!!!

**FINALIST #4** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #FOUR if you want her to WIN- Missy Douthit on June 29, 2012 at 10:49 am said:

On May 15, 2009 after just 1 month of trying, we found out we were pregnant. We were over joyed and so excited to see what this bundle of joy would be like. On June 9th, 2009 just 3 short weeks later I felt like our life was turned upside down. My husband was in hotel management and had been expecting to get a raise….instead he was terminated with just 1 month of severance pay. He tried relentlessly to find a job…unfortunately it took over 16months for him to find one. During that time we found out that we were pregnant with a little girl, her name is Avonlea Marie. She joined our little family on January 14, 2010 and has forever changed my life. Since then we have been trying to dig out financially. We are now over $20,000 in debt from just paying to keep our bills paid and groceries in the refrigerator. We have been gradually working on paying down bills and things, my hubby finally found a position as a middle school teacher after he did a “Career Switcher” program. Unfortunately we have no extra $$$ (We are still $300 in the hole every month) so we don’t have the extra to splurge on things we would like.
This party pack would be amazing and a way that I feel like I could do something special for my daughter, the way she deserves. Thanks for such an amazing giveaway!!!

**FINALIST #3** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #THREE if you want her to WIN- @lorna nickle on June 29, 2012 at 10:40 pm said:

Wow, skimming through some of those amazing stories; judges you have a tough decision to make! My name is Lorna and i am 21 years young, I would like to nominate my sister Ellen Marie Massey for winning your grand prize party. She is 14 turning 15 in September, she is my half sister and now my responsibility.
We share the same mother who is very ill mentally and physically. Her father is in the same boat add on top of that a drug addict. About 3 years ago they were all living together in North Carolina in a very unstable and abusive situation/environment. Food, health, and safety was nonexistent. At 11 years old, Ellen to get away from her abusive parents would run to friends houses where they would influence her to party, drink and do drugs. This was not a bright future for her and a very dark past.
Our mother decided to leave Ellen’s father to move in with a boyfriend. This relationship was not much better than the last and it ended up leaving Ellen homeless at 12 years old. The boyfriend did not like Ellen and made my mom discard her. Instead of actually kicking her to the curb my mom dropped Ellen off at a mental hospital and made her live there for two weeks until I could get time off from work and school to drive from Florida where I live to get her.
I was 19 years old taking on raising a troubled teenager, what was I thinking I am a teenager myself? She is my sister and I would do anything for her, I had to try. Within a month of Ellen in my care my mom decided to call law enforcement and tell them I have kidnapped her. So I can tell you it has been quite an adventure learning how law enforcement and the legal system work. It was worth it because as of December 1, 2011 I am now her legal guardian.
We both have been on an amazing journey together and it can only go up from here. She has had so much of her childhood taken away from her, I would love to be able to throw her a party to celebrate the fun and innocence that she deserves for her 15th birthday. Thank you for reading this and for the opportunity of a very special day!

**FINALIST #2** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #TWO if you want her to WIN- Mandy on June 30, 2012 at 11:54 pm said:

I’m a mom of two special needs children…both on different levels of the Autism spectrum.Plus the mother of 2 year old twins.My oldest daughter was diagnosed with PDD/NOS and as you can imagine has had to sacrifice so much because of her disability and her brothers severe Autism dignosis.She misses out on alot of things other girls her age are doing and it honestly breaks my heart.She wants to take dance lessons…but the girls make fun of her because she is on a 7/8 year old grade level.And how do you explain to a 13 year old that we can’t attend a birthday party or family gathering because her brother will have a complete melt down because he is overwhelmed in crowds and mom doesn’t have any help because family just doesn’t want to deal with his disability?Her birthday is in August and i’ve been planning a party for her because she deserves to be a princess even if it’s for one day!She works so hard in school…makes honor roll…she deserves a break from our hectic life to have an awesome party!She is the sweetest,caring,most loving young girl and would absolutely love this!Thanks so much for the chance!
Mandy

**FINALIST #1** VOTE IN COMMENT SECTION for #ONE if you want her to WIN- Jessica moore on June 29, 2012 at 11:43 am said:

Our daughter will be a year old in October.

I’ve waited my whole life to be a mom, and early one morning in October 2011, I watched my miracle baby enter this world via emergency c-section. She was beautiful and healthy, and perfect in every way. My husband and I were instantly wrecked in love with her.

Four days later, we were ready to leave the hospital with our 8 lb little bundle. But before we could go, we had to first say goodbye to her birth mom. Selah is adopted… And the happiest and hardest moments of my life converged as I lifted this sweet baby to be kissed one last time by the woman who gave her life. Seconds later, we stood as a new family of three while we watched a yellow cab drive away with the most amazing & selfless woman inside, wiping away thousands of tears.

I love being a mommy to this little miracle. And my husband is the greatest father I’ve ever known. But financially, adopting has not been easy for us. We let go of any savings we had, and took on a very large personal loan to pay for the cost of the adoption when we were chosen to be the parents of this precious child. We have been denied for financial assistance from the government, and seven adoption grants that we have plead our case to. We long for the day to not be burdened by the looming cloud of financial hardship… But we will not allow it to take away from the joy that comes from raising this little girl. She is every bit of our happiness, and proof that the bond between a parent and child is not dependent upon a bloodline. We are so thankful to have her as our daughter.

With her first birthday coming up, this would be a HUGE blessing for our family. Winning this give-away would allow us to give our daughter the best first birthday, and official “welcome to the family” celebration that we have not been able to give her yet.

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  1. Misty

    My story starts with a young couple who got married and soon thereafter decided to try and start a family. They were excited to find out that after only 2 months of trying they were expecting!! Things were going well, but then something that no one had the answers for happened. There was no more heartbeat, there was no more baby. The couple was deeply saddened, angry & confused. Why did this have to happen to them? Life went on, and the hope of conceiving was still in their hearts. A little over a year later they fou d out that once again a miracle had happened and there was to be a baby girl! Again though, they lost the baby. Soon after they decided to be tested and find out what was going wrong. Come to find out the wife had pcos and hypothyroidism. Their chances of having a baby was slim to none. They were devastated and the wife became extremely depressed, why her? What did she do to deserve this? Things became very dark and bleak for her, especially as everyone around her was pregnant it seemed. Family members were conceiving on the first try & having twins even!! She became so despondent because all her life she just wanted to be a mother. She sank so low that she contemplated suicide every day of her life. Then she conceived again!! What a surprise, but she was hesitant and of course the inevitable happened. Again. This time she wouldn’t get out of bed. Why should she? The world is a horrible place. Giving babies to mothers who throw them away. Giving babies to mothers who killed them. All she wanted was a child of her own. Another year passed, she managed to pull through but was never fully alive, and she had finally given up hope of having a baby. Then one day she realized she missed her period. Thinking she was getting up there in age she contributed it to menopause. Figures. Then she was so sick she thought she had gallbladder problems. She couldn’t keep anything down & her stomach was killing her!! She was about to go to the ER when she caught a glimpse of herself in the mirror, and she had a bit of a belly. No way she thought. I just must be gaining weight or becoming bloated because of my gallbladder. But the what if was stuck in her head… Finally she couldn’t stand it & bought a home pregnancy test. It was immediately positive!! She did the math in her head.. No way. So she went to the doctor and he confirmed she was indeed 15 weeks pregnant. Panic set in, she was afraid of losing the baby, she hadn’t had an ob appointment. The next week she went to the dr and saw her baby boy on the screen happily squirming away!! Excited and fearful she took things day by day, then week by week. Besides some high blood pressure her baby was healthy. She prayed every day for him to stay put & be ok, until the day came where she was full term & in labor. She felt great, but still nervous. She was being monitored, nurses came and went out of her room checking up on her until one nurse checked her monitor and yelled “it’s real”!! What’s real?? All of the sudden what seemed like 100 doctors, nurses & who are all of these people were in her room prepping her for a c section. There was no heartbeat. Tears started to flow, panic set in, everything was a blur. She kept asking for her husband who couldn’t be in the room until she was done being prepped for surgery. Finally, there he was as panicked as she was. Things were moving quickly & the incision was made. She felt the pulling and tugging, then the doctor said the cord was wrapped around the baby’s neck three times. He unwound the cord, handing off the baby who was silent. She waited, her husband by his side. She felt so powerless. But then, a squeal, then a cry!! He was crying!!! They said he was fine! What seemed like an eternity later she saw him & kissed his little forehead. A prayer answered, a true miracle. This baby made it when all others didn’t. He was strong and healthy. He was meant to be. Fast forward nine months, and as I write my story for your contest, my son who is 100% happy & healthy is squirming on my lap trying to help type on my iPad, and I couldn’t be happier!! He is a true blessing and he gives me butterflies every time he looks at me and the only thing I can think of to say is “I love you, what took you so long?” I have been planning this first birthday party for 11 years, and it is going to be a big one!!

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  2. Jen Rowe

    I would like to nominate my 4 year old son’s best friend. His name is Ryan, and he is 5 years old, he will be 6 in August. This little boy has had a rough time. In September of last year, he and his mom were medivac’d here to the DC Area to be admitted to Walter Reed Army Hospital, as Ryan had been diagnosed with AML (Leukemia). His 2 sisters and dad were able to follow a month later once the Army got him orders to move to this area and live here. This little boy has been through several rounds of Chemo, and in March was told he had beat his cancer! However, 5 weeks later, he was rushed back and readmitted, as the cancer had come back and started taking over his little body.He went through another round of chemo, and while going through that, the cancer continued to spread. Including taking over his central nervous system, and being 100% in his spinal fluid and bone marrow. He was in insane amounts of pain, on morphine all day to keep it under control, and his parents had to sign a DNR. They were given one last hope to beat it, and the chemo alone could kill him. They had no choice, so they did it. It was a rough road, as he got severe stomach infections that also had a 50% mortality rate on top of his leukemia. He made it thru the round and much to our surprise, the tumors were gone!!! He is currently now at Children’s hospital in DC, where he is struggling daily with severe stomach pains, and fevers. Once this gets under control, they are going to push 1-2 more rounds of chemo thru him, before beginning a complete bone marrow transplant. This little man has been the light of our life, and they have become family to us! We have been to the hospital to see him, and my son just sits by his side. They get each other! He is looking at a few more months in the hospital, and then we are hoping he can be home for good and over this! This has been an incredibly rough road for the entire family. We are trying to put together a big party at the end to celebrate him. He has continued to smile thru it all, and told his Mom when it came back, that she needs to not worry, because he beat it once, he can do it again!! His strength has amazed us all, and he keeps us all laughing. He deserves a big party!!!!

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  3. marlana sirls

    I was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma, A type of cancer in 2008 when my first daughter was turning one and not only that I was stage II and had it through my pregnancy. I was told that unless I froze my eggs prior to beginning chemo we would not have anymore children. I honestly thought I was going to die (and I had fertility treatments in order to get pregnant with my first daughter)so planning for future children was not on my mind. My husband decided we would leave it in God’s hands and be thankful for whatever time I have with my daughter. In 2009 I was in remission and always wished I had went ahead with the fertility treatments but at the same time I was just thankful that I had my daughter one year before the ordeal began. In 2011 I burned my hand and while at the hospital I found out I was 3 months pregnant with another perfectly healthy little girl. She was born that August and we named her Angeline. My oncologist and doctors were shocked that not only was I pregnant but that my pregnancy was about as normal and uneventful as someone in perfect health. My daughter was born at 40 weeks 5 days pregnant and weighed 7 lbs 10 oz. She is my miracle baby and she will be turning ONE in just two months. This package would be a dream come true, along with my health problems they also put a strain on our finances. The economy is rough here in Michigan and I am still unable to work, my husband does his best to provide our needs but we can’t always afford our wants. I plan to have a joint birthday party for both of my girls in August and this is something that would be perfect for both of them. My girls and my husband mean the world to me and I do my very best even when I’m feeling sick to make sure they are happy.

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  4. Becky Berthiaume

    The person in my life who I think would deserve this awesome giveaway is my cousin Jen. Just a few weeks ago she delivered her 4th surro baby! This last pregnancy was a very difficult one for her. Early in the pregnancy doctors were not even sure the baby would live. Then at 28 weeks her water broke and my cousin spent almost 3 weeks in the hospital to make sure the baby had the best chance at survival. She sacrificed a lot while being in the hospital doing the best she could to be a great mom to her own two children from her hospital bed. At 30 and a half weeks she had to have an emergency c-section and delivered a healthy baby girl who is doing so well! The road to recovery has been difficult for Jen since the delivery but she is finally on the mend. I think Jen deserves a party because she creates families for people who have for so long wanted a child. She is great at growing babies and I want to let her know just how proud of her I am.

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  5. Pallavi Kale

    I was going to nominate myself and my daughter, but after reading all the stories above, I think they deserve it more:)I wish that someone really well deserving wins this wonderful givewaway!

    thanks.

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  6. Jocelyn

    I nominate myself. I love parties! I love to give parties, style parties, coordinate them. I love them. I dream of them while I’m sleep. I think about them while I am awake. I would love to win. Of course, I would have a fabulous party for someone else. Love makes the world go round. I love to celebrate others and see the joy on their face as they are being celebrated. A win for me is really a win for someone else.

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  7. Jocelyn

    I love parties! I love to give parties, style parties, coordinate them. I love them. I dream of them while I’m sleep. I think about them while I am awake. I would love to win. Of course, I would have a fabulous party for someone else. Love makes the world go round. I love to celebrate others and see the joy on their face as they are being celebrated. A win for me is really a win for someone else. I nominate myself.

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  8. Jocelyn

    I love parties! I love to give parties, style parties, coordinate them. I love them. I dream of them while I’m sleep. I think about them while I am awake. I would love to win. Of course, I would have a fabulous party for someone else. Love makes the world go round. I love to celebrate others and see the joy on their face as they are being celebrated. A win for me is really a win for someone else.

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  9. Jocelyn

    I love them. I dream of parties while I’m sleep. I think about them while I am awake. I would love to win. Of course, I would have a fabulous party for someone else. Love makes the world go round. I love to celebrate others and see the joy on their face as they are being celebrated. A win for me is really a win for someone else.

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  10. Debbye Crider

    It has always been my belief that everyone deserves recognition for something they have done, wheather it be a birthday, graduation, promotion or just for being awesome. I have always had parties for my kids so they knew that they were so super special and it was THEIR day. But a cruel reality hit me one day that there are so many kids that have never experienced a party or even a simple cake. Children in foster care, children whose families just simply cannot afford it and more concerning children who have parents that are just not in a good enough place themselves to give to their kids. I think it would be awesome to select some well deserving kids and give them a day to remember. My daughters have actually been trying to create a club at their high school to recruit other kids to give back and work with local agencies. This prize package would go a long way to brighten a underprivileged child’s or children’s day. Thank you for the opportunity.

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