I Don’t Know How She Does It “Mom on the Go” Prize Pack #Giveaway (2 winners)

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I Don't Know How She Does It Prize PackI haven’t seen I Don’t Know How She Does It, so I really don’t know how she does it, but I have heard this is a fun movie and I’m anxious for my DVD to arrive so I can find out HOW she does it!  I do know that I like Sarah Jessica Parker- she’s fun, she’s funny and quirky.  I can’t wait to see!
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I DON’T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT “a hilarious comedy about having it all” and “the perfect film for a girls night out!”  The New York Daily News’ Elizabeth Weitzman describes the film as having “plenty of humor and poignancy”, while SHAPE magazine’s Karen Borsari calls it “hilarious!”  Finally, New York Magazine’s David Edelstein proclaims, “Sarah Jessica Parker reminds you what an all-in, high-risk comic actress she can be.”
Trying to balance work and family is a non-stop juggling act for Kate Reddy (Sarah Jessica Parker).  As a determined Boston-based finance executive, she devotes her day to her job and her night to her adoring husband Richard (Greg Kinnear) and their two young children.  In between conference calls, meetings, deadlines, and her daughter’s school bake sale, Kate manages to survive on a daily basis.  But when she gets handed a major new account that will require frequent trips to New York, and Richard also wins the new job he’s been hoping for, both will be spreading themselves even thinner.  Complicating matters is Kate’s charming new business associate Jack Abelhammer (Pierce Brosnan), a handsome executive whose unexpected emotional support becomes a source of refuge.
The I DON’T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT Blu-ray™ and DVD bonus features include a conversation with bestselling author, Allison Pearson.  Note: Special features are subject to change.
Learn more about I DON’T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT at:

One lucky reader will win :The Mom On The Go Kit which  includes:
Door organizer for keys and cell phones
Stylish Notebook for To-Do Lists and Notes
Pocket Manicure set
Starbucks Ready Brew coffee
$10 iTunes Gift Card for Productivity apps
Pepperidge Farm Soft Baked Cookies
I Don’t Know How She Does It on DVD
Value:  $75
One runner up will receive I Don’t Know How She Does It on DVD!


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This giveaway will end on January 28, 2012 at midnight, EST.  Winners to be chosen randomly.

 I will receive a copy of this dvd to thank me for taking the time to post. Opinions are my own.

 

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  • When a child says that they are going to vomit, pull over to the side of the road and let them get sick at the side of the road. Easier to house of the shoulder than the inside of a mini van

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  • My best tip is to enjoy the moments with your children. They grow up so fast.

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  • Get some time to your self!

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  • My tip is to take some time to yourself every day. Moms are important too!

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  • My best tip is Enjoy!! Be IN the moment. They grow too fast!
    Connie G
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  • lots of prayer

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  • my tip is to trust them and they will be trustworthy

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  • Laughter is contagious. Laugh when things go sour. You may all end up laughing.

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  • Pick your battles..dont stress or freak over every little thing! :)
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

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  • Sometimes it just doesn’t matter that the house is a mess!

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  • Take every moment you have to spend time with your children they grow up way too fast!!

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  • Take time every day to laugh and cuddle-they grow up way to fast!

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  • My top tip is lock yourself in the bathroom a lot ;)

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  • Enjoy every minute of every day with your kids cause you don’t know what tomorrow holds, I have experienced this first hand. Almost died 3x

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  • Always, always have a change of clothing for the kids and yourself

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  • email subscriber at bethan333 at hotmail dot com

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  • Spend as much time as you can with your kids They grow up way too fast Also I would have to say to try to be patient and laugh as much as you can

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  • Remember this too shall pass
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  • Even when its hard try and always be loving as much as you can and enjoy every minute you can.

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  • sometimes i feel like putting up the MOM ON STRIKE SIGN lol

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  • Start an automatic savings/college fund for your child their first year! Our is only $50 a month, it’s automatically taken out of our account so we don’t have the money in hand. So far in approx. 11 years (for our oldest) he has over $20,000 for college. We don’t live paycheck to paycheck but our savings isn’t that great either. There is no way we could have this kind of money for him when he graduates from highschool. It sounds like a hard thing to start but trust me, you will be glad you did!

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  • enjoy all the hugs, kisses, cuddles and snuggles while you can because one day they are too cool for all that!

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  • Remember to enjoy all the moments good and bad, they are only your babies for a short while before they become adults and move out on their own:)

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  • best mom tip huh, well i cant even think of a good one, i know if you dont have bandaides that paper towels and tape do just fine

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  • Only have one child…… lol

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  • Don’t sweat over small things.

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  • Learn the “count to ten” rule and remind yourself of it daily. It helps keep you calm!

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  • This was such a cute movie! Loved it!

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  • Give yourself a little bit of time. It will help you be a better wife and mother.

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  • A great sense of humor is always needed, even more when they’re teenagers because then they do the same things you did that upset your parents and you have to laugh a lot of it off.

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  • Enjoy the moment. Be patient-they are kids, and forget about everything else. They deserve your undivided time.

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  • My tip- take some time for yourself everyday. whether it’s just 5 minutes, or you’re lucky enough to get more, enjoy some alone time doing what you love!

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  • roll with the punches! It may be frustrating at times, but they grow so fast! Enjoy it!

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  • Best tip, enjoy them while they are little, they grow up so fast.

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  • Kinda silly but it works. I take a plastic shopping bag and hang it on the garage door knob and put everything in there that I will need for the next day i.e. sleep buddy for daycare, water, returns, etc.

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  • The best mom tip is to try to spend few minutes with your child every day.

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  • The only tip I have is to laugh a lot

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  • Don’t forget to take care of Mom!

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  • It is only a bad moment not a bad day. Once you get past the moment it will get better.

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  • The thing I tell myself if I’m having a bad day is that it is just a

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  • Have the coffeemaker ready to go so that all you have to do is turn it on in the morning. Also packing a lunch the night before is another big morning time saver.

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  • I always left it up to my kids to decide if they needed to stay home from school. I never said “well if your not feeling good stay home”. Felt like this released the guilt of faking it. So…….have perfect attendance kids…..honor roll…..and 2 very responsiable adults now.

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  • Double bag those messy diapers! Or you will be wondering why you didn’t!

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  • Send the fighting kids outside to run around the house. It gives you a break and it wears them out.

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  • Its only a phase!

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  • Never go to bed angry it makes for a better morning <3<3<3

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  • Best tip is trying not to yell, LOL! It’s natural to yell, our parents did it, their parents did it, and so on. But when we really think about it, do we really like people yelling at us? No! So I try not to yell at my son. I learned early on, talking to him calmly gets the job done, and we are both more happier in the end.

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  • When you can’t take all the yelling and fighting any more, walk away for a few minutes and calm down. Don’t yell, it doesn’t solve anything!

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  • Coffee and chocolate!! :) A few minutes with a cup of java and a chocolate candy gives me energy to continue with the day-to-day stuff…

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  • Always have patience! or as much as possible lol

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