Ronica Baby Memory Book & Sticker Set Bundle Giveaway! 10 Winners! $595 TRV!!

Welcome to the Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop! Brought to you by: MamatheFox

Join us as we get ready for the 2016 holiday season with this fun giveaway hop. Each stop has a prize that is sure to please. At this bottom of this page you will find a clickable form with other blogs hosting their own giveaway. If you cannot see a form look for a small blue button which will provide you with the clickable list of blogs. Come back daily to increase your chances of winning! Good luck!

~*~ Now for the Love, Mrs. Mommy Giveaway! ~*~

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Sponsored By: Ronica


Hosted By: Love, Mrs. Mommy

** 10 WINNERS Will Receive: ** 


A Baby Memory Book & Set of 32 Baby Monthly Stickers!

First 5 winners drawn will receive the brand new book & sticker design set (items on the left). 
Second set of 5 winners will receive the original book & sticker design set (items on the right).
Totaling $595 in prizes!!


Ronica’s mission is to make recording baby memories simple for busy parents. We all know that as soon as that new, sweet baby is put in your arms, your life gets a whole lot busier! Free time? What’s that?! But, thanks to Ronica, you won’t spend a lot of time documenting all your precious moments… you can spend more time making them!

Click here to read Love, Mrs. Mommy's full Ronica review! 

Open To US and must be 18+ to enter
Giveaway Dates ~ 12/1 9:00 AM EST through 12/15 11:59PM EST
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Disclosure: Love, Mrs. Mommy and all participating bloggers are not held responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize obligations. Love, Mrs. Mommy received a Ronica Baby Memory Book & Sticker Set at no cost to facilitate the above-mentioned review. This giveaway is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Facebook or any other social media site. The winner will be randomly drawn by Giveaway Tools and will be notified by email. Winner has 48 hours to reply before a replacement winner will be drawn. If you would like to participate in an event like this please contact LoveMrsMommy (at) gmail (dot) com.






MamatheFox and all participating blogs are not held responsible for sponsors who fail to fulfill their prize obligations.

13 comments :

  1. I think my biggest challenge is having enough time for the children and also enough time for me. I have worked on this by making sure to take time out for myself so I can be a better person to the children..
    @tisonlyme143

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    1. It's takes some work to figure out a nice balance. Glad to hear you have succeeded!

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  2. My biggest challenge was the need for perfection!! Once I realized that nobody and nothing is perfect about being a parent I was so much better off!!

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  3. I am currently parenting my grandson and we have had so many challenges as he has a rare genetic syndrome The hardest thing is that he is non vocal and at 5 he is on a 24 month level

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    1. Many well wishes for you and your grandson. Enjoy the holidays!

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  4. My biggest challenge as a parent is that my son has Asperger's. There are enough books in the world, not enough information, not enough answers. Every child is different. The only way to learn is to let your child teach you how to understand them.

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  5. My biggest challenge when my Children were young was being a single parent. I just had yo always have the mentality to persevere.

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  6. My biggest challenge was letting go when my kids were grown, it's hard not to keep worrying about them even when they are adults. I just try to remember when I was their age and let live, now it's getting grandbaby time.

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  7. My biggest challenge has been trying to get through school while pregnant and now with two little ones. I just graduated and now I have to prepare for a huge exam, which I'm not prepared for and I can't get a job in my field without it. I just don't have time to study because their dad works nights and 12 hour shifts sometimes 6 or 7 days a week. He doesn't have a choice because I got hurt at my last job of 11 years and we literally can't afford our bills now. I'm permanently injured though, so I can't just go get any job, as my restrictions are pretty tight. We are hoping that my parents send their gifts for the kids before Christmas so that they have something besides a few Dollar Tree junk gifts. My heart will hurt. I'm sorry.

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  8. I don't have any kids of my own so I cannot answer this question. These would be a gift for my friend who has two little ones :)

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  9. My biggest challenge has been keeping up with the housework and getting dinner on the table. I overcome this most of the time by running home on lunch to get a quick load of laundry, dishes, or other chores completed. Then when I get home I am not so overwhelmed!

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  10. I want this so bad!!! It's such an amazing idea

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