Aug 8, 2014

First Things First (FTF) MoonPie Family Prize Pack Giveaway




   First Things First is an award winning not-for profit organization dedicated to strengthening families.  In summertime families usually spend more time with each other because school is out and most of the time this means vacationing, time spent relaxing at home and simple get - togethers with friends.  
  I raised 3 children and now I have 11 grand children.  During the raising of my children I remember my husband always playing "Wrestle" or some other type of rough housing games.  I would always cringe and fuss about someone getting hurt and my husband would say, "they are fine, let them be kids" well, now with the grandchildren it is the same thing again.  The grandbabies love when PaPa wrestles and tickles and they play monsters.  Of course this means blankets everywhere for forts and jumping on the bed.


 FTF is working with families including moments like the one's I have.  They are trying to teach others about family connection, father and children time, and how important it is for mom's to realize that dad's style of playing is different than moms, and that the children need this play. 
  Today our nation is facing the family fallout.  24 million homes have children in them without their biological fathers, 30% of divorces are caused by infidelity, abuse and addiction, while the other 70% is because there is a lack of connection between the husband and wife.  With the help of organizations like FTF, families can help learn to re-build the family again.
  Below are 5 FTF films that relate to different family issues.  Watch them and I will have you comment for an entry in my giveaway. I chose the "Dad's Way" video to discuss with my readers because the point of this film is one I need to consider more often.  I am thankful my children's dad was always there for them just as he is for the grandchildren.  His type of playing and mine may differ, but he loves them and is teaching them a healthy way to bond.   The way we interact with our children today can effect their lives tomorrow.










 Moon Pie is giving away a family prize pack for one of my lucky readers.  
MoonPie / First Things First Family Prize Pack includes: 
- His and Hers MoonPie T-shirts (2 Large T-shirts) 
- 2 Boxes of MoonPies

Giveaway
Complete the 3 Entries Below
1)** To enter just watch the 5 short film clips below and leave me a comment about 1 of them: ( +10 )

2)**Tweet about this giveaway saying" Enter to win a Family Prize Pack from MoonPie" Ends 8/20 @ http://mimilovesall8.blogspot.com" #FirstThingsFirst
Be sure to use the #FirstThingsFirst or your entry will not count!
Leave me the link to the tweet in the comments also. ( +5 )

3)**Pin this Prize Pack and entry link on your Pinterest.
Leave me the link in the comments below.             ( +5 )

*Thanks to MoonPie and FTF for allowing this giveaway
* The opinions of this product are strictly my own.
*One winner per family
*If you have won this same prize on another giveaway site you are not eligible to win again.
*Open to US residents 18+ ---void where prohibited
*The prize redemption is not the responsibility of this blog. I will send info to the company and they are responsible for the redemption.
*First Things First  supplied these materials to me.
Thanks for entering!!!

Ended!  Winner is MY Flower

34 comments:

  1. save your marriage-very informative

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  2. the daddy way one made me think about the relationship dads have with their kids.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  3. I Watched dating your spouse~And I like the idea of learning new things!

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  4. Tweet!~

    https://twitter.com/Deb55106/status/498295950637797377

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  5. I pinned it here~

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/236931630371386661/

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  6. Dads way was awesome it reminded me of myself.

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  7. I love learning new things.

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  8. Daddy/Daughter Relationships!! I love that my daughter is only 1 and is so close to her Daddy! These were very informative videos. Thank you :)

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  9. Tweet
    https://twitter.com/SweetMelissa79/status/498862661883686912

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  10. Pin:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/123778689733880449/

    Melissa Stover :)

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  11. Dad's Way

    My father seemed to be more caring vs my mother. It was more in a protective and safe way since my mother cared more about fun and being the friend parent. Never thought about it till I saw your video!

    allisonlovebible@gmail.com
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  12. My favorite was Lost in Translation. I know that I have been guilty of sending some of these "mixed messages"!

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  13. Tweet: https://twitter.com/Dara_Nix/status/501377408071499776

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  14. Pin: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/58969076346104322/

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  15. the first one wish i could be wide open like this dad

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    1. You have won! Please send me your address and phone number to mimilovesall8@yahoo.com
      Thanks,
      Annette

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  16. Tweet: https://twitter.com/Dara_Nix/status/501738520676163584

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  17. PIN: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/58969076346109291/

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  18. I Tweeted here: https://twitter.com/Marks_Set_Go/status/501752170752901121

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  19. I watched number three because we have two daughters. I really liked the message! It was comical and well-made and really conveys an important point. Dads are very important to little girls.

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  20. Daddy and Daughter relationships - I still talk about the things I did as a child with my daddy! no19034770 @yahoo.com

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  21. I liked the Save Your marriage video.

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  22. The Dad's Way is rather spot on!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  23. I watched date your spouse. You need to have some time alone to keep the spark.

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  24. I like the daddy/daughter video- i feel it is important for my daughter to have a great relationship with her father.

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  25. I liked save your marriage.

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  26. I like save your marriage. I think it's so important!

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  27. Tweet: https://twitter.com/Dara_Nix/status/502057508929011712

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  28. I liked the Daddy/Daughter Relationship video. It was cute that the office staff was getting him ready for a VIP business meeting when he was going to have a special tea shop lunch with his daughter.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  29. I enjoyed watching dating your spouse. this is something we always work hard on.

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  30. Lost in translation was a great description of miss communication

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  31. tweeted https://twitter.com/cbgot2/status/502160212099624960

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  32. pinned on pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/pin/335518240963109840/

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