Thanks, everybody, who participated yesterday in our kids allergy bracelet giveaway! I have a winner! Drum roll...
Lisa M., congratulations! After a random drawing, you are the winner of the peanut allergy bracelet set (pictured below)! To claim your prize, please e-mail me at email@example.com and give your last name and address information so that I can connect you with the nice people at Hope Paige.
|Lisa, M. you are the winner of this red bracelet set!|
OK, let's get going with Day Two of our fabulous Hope Paige Medical ID giveaway.
Pictured below is today's giveaway offering. So cute!
|Win me! Comes in several colors, including pink!|
This fun kids' allergy bracelet is adjustable and colorful so kids will love to wear it. Notice the bold medical ID sign in the center of the bracelet--visible to anyone. The winner can choose your child's size and from several available colors, as well as engraving. Engraving tips are found at www.hopepaige.com or ask your allergist what should be listed on the bracelet.
You are all eligible to try again today, even if you entered yesterday's contest, with the exception of yesterday's winner, Lisa M. since she already won. :)
For your chance to win today's bracelet, simply "Like" Hope Paige on Facebook and/or follow them on Twitter.
Finally, enter a comment on this blog post that includes your first name and last initial. You have until 11:59 CST. A winner will be announced tomorrow, after a random drawing.
Good luck to you all! Our final Hope Paige giveaway item for the week will be tomorrow, so come back on Friday to enter a new drawing and to find out Thursday's giveaway winner.
One other thing: the wonderful web site, Avoiding Milk Protein, recently posted an interview with me about my e-book "The New Nut-Free Mom: A Crash Course in Raising Your Nut-Allergic Child." Here's the link to my interview. In it I talk about why I wrote the book and how it can help parents of kids with newly diagnosed nut allergies.
Avoiding Milk Protein is very information-packed site for many allergies, including extensive product information regarding common household items that may contain peanuts or tree nuts.