Ellie is four months old!
I'm running a four mile race!
(This blog is brought to you by the number four.)
I'll fill everyone in on all of Ellie's latest adventures soon, but here's a preview of our weekend.
|(Daddy, this swimming thing is hilarious!)|
|(Our friends came over, too.)|
As you know, today is Monday.... time for another giveaway! The Awareness Shop is giving this Down syndrome awareness bracelet to one lucky "Little Miss Stubborn" commenter.
|(Photo from Etsy shop.)|
The Awareness Shop features jewelry designed to spread awareness for Down syndrome, autism, and cancer. The owner has another shop as well, so you can check out more from Melissa. She works for the Athelas Institute which serves people with disabilities.
And if you aren't the big winner, or just can't wait, use the code "FREESHIP" for free domestic shipping at the Awareness Shop.
How to enter:
As always,you must leave one comment per entry on this blog, and random.org will pick the winner. Shipping is domestic only, so if you're out of the country, maybe you can give your prize to a friend in the US.
One entry is for any blog comment on this post at all. Make sure you're a follower so you can find out if you won!
* Add The Awareness Shop to your Etsy favorites and tell me that you did.
* Since this is a Down syndrome awareness giveaway, tell me about your local Buddy Walk. We are forming Team Ellie! (If you don't know about your local Buddy Walk, I think you should find out. Because I'm pretty excited about ours.)
And the winner of last week's giveaway is: #21 - Stacy D.
"Um... is it too late? I LOVE LOVE LOVE the owls!! My Ellie is obsessed with owls. In fact, I already bought her big girl room bedding that is retro owl themed because I was afraid that by the time I actually needed it, it would be sold out! Come on random.com or .org... pick me!! :)"
Stacy, please email me and we'll get you hooked up! Everyone else, you should check out Stacy's blog.
P.S. Check out the sidebar for coupon codes and vendors donating to NDSS, as well as some great Down syndrome resources.