Full Of Love (Scrapbooking Book) by Nancy O Dell -Giveaway!

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One lucky EMI reader will win this lovely scrapbooking book by Nancy O' Dell! (A value of $19.95+ shipping)

Giveaway Includes:

  • 1 Full of Love book written by Nancy O’Dell in conjunction with Creative Memories
Features:

  • 132 pages
  • Hardcover-bound
  • Simple shortcuts for creating great albums
  • Timesaving tips
  • Advice from renowned child psychologist Dr. Kenneth Condrell

Full of Love explores the power of the family photo album to create confident, secure, happy kids. Drawing upon her own experiences and the advice of renowned child psychologist Dr. Kenneth Condrell, award-winning entertainment journalist and TV host Nancy O’Dell shows how photos and albums reinforce family values and traditions, strengthen family bonds, build self-esteem and show children how much they are loved.

Full of Love also features simple shortcuts to creating great albums, including timesaving tips on how to tell better stories, shoot better photos, and take advantage of clever tools and techniques. Dozens of sample album pages are included to inspire you to get started on albums for your children and for yourself.



Here is how to enter to win

Mandatory Entry: Share with us a Thanksgiving Memory from your past by commenting on this post.
Additional Entries: (you may do any or all of the following for more chances to win, as long as the mandatory entry is met.)
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4. Follow EMI on Twitter and leave me your twitter ID (ex. @everydaymom2005).
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9. Blog about this giveaway and leave me the link to it.
10. Subscribe to Everyday Mom Ideas
  • Open to US residents only,
  • Giveaway Ends November 21st at midnight. (Mountain standard time) 
  • Winner will be selected through random.org
Good Luck!
-Julia

Congratulations to the random winner: rebekah from All Thingz Related
Please return my email within 24 hours to claim your prize,

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38 comments

  1. I remember one Thanksgiving 9 years ago. It was when it was just me, my hub, a 1 1/2 year old and our foster son. It was so difficult because we were too far from family to travel so it was just us. During the middle of the dinner, I realized we didn't have any jello. Who doesn't have jello at Thanksgiving?!! I cried. No worries, I will never forget the jello ever again.

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  6. thanksgiving last year was great because it was before my brother entered the army and boot camp and all the school that was to come. we were with him, his wife, my parents, my sister, and me. it was a lot of fun. we hung out and saw a movie.

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  8. A couple of years ago, my son wanted fryed turkey. They brought the fryer (late as always) and got it set up to do a turkey that was supposed to be ready in an hour. The fryer had a hole in the bottom and the oil came right out. We could not cook a turkey in an hour, so, being pioneers of a sort, we pressure cooked it in the pressure cooker that the potatoes were in. It did not look pretty, but it tasted great and we had an amazing dinner anyway!

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  9. Every year we always eat with the other side of the family from my parents and every year we go see a movie with my mother's side of the family and I love it. I love getting together with my cousins and playing and eating and being together as a family. I don't get to see much of my mother's side so it really means a lot when I get the chance!

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  15. it seems that something always happens during prayer at my family's thanksgiving dinner. one year, people were quietly chucking shoes at each other and trying to not get caught...one year, i peeked to make sure i wasn't going to get pummeled with something, and saw my two youngest daughters snuggled with my brother..so i snuck a picture...maybe not appropriate, but still one of my favorite photos.

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  16. Thanksgiving break 2008, I got to be in Michigan for my baby brother's first child being born....PRICELESS when you live in Tennessee.

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  17. My favorite memories of Thanksgiving isn't even a memory, but more feelings. I remember the warmth, contentment, love and security. The yummy smells of cooking food and all the tasty treats.

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  19. My favorite THanksgiving memory was the last one with my dad. We spent the day at a cabin in the woods with the entire family. Great food, a hike, board games, and love. He passed away a week later.

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  20. My favorite thanksgiving memory was in 2008, we had just told my husband's parents that we were adopting a baby... nobody else in the family knew what was going on and my mother in law asked everyone what they were thankful for and surprised my husband and I by saying that she was thankful that God was blessing our family with a baby... there was such joy and tears after 18 years of waiting...God had blessed us.

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  22. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was that the whole side of my mom's family was at her mothers for the holiday. There was so much food and all us cousins got a very own table and spent the whole afternoon playing games out in the yard.

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  27. My first Thanksgiving as a married woman, we flew to Oklahoma (first time at flying!) to be with my husband's family. We had a blast with all his cousins, staying up late and riding 4-wheelers! Best Thanksgiving EVER!

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  28. Thanksgiving reminds me of my grandparents that are no longer with us. We would always spend it with them & I loved the potatoes, lol.

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