Behold, children are a gift of the LORD,

Behold, children are a gift of the LORD,

Friday, August 6, 2010

Giveaway time!!!!!!!!!!!!! Seventh Generation :)



Well most of you know I love Seventh Generation cleaners, and to get to use them without buying them is super exciting for me. Amazing what us mommies get excited over , isn't it lol. I was sent a Back to School Seventh Generation pack by MyBlogSpark. It included brown paper towels, 2 things of disinfectant wipes, cleaners, pull sack that is super nice, and a box of tissues. I am giving one of these exact kits away courtesy of MyBlogSpark. What you need to do to win you ask....here's how. You have multiply ways to enter each counts as 1 entry. Giveaway ends August 14th.

1.Tell me if you homeschool or if you send your public school and what the reason is why you chose that path.
2. Blog about this giveaway , don't forget to leave me your blog address so it can be counted.
3. Lastly by referrals. IF you refer someone here and they leave me a message telling me they were referred by you then that will count once for each referral. :)

Simple enough right!!! And plenty of chances to get many entrys.
**All the products, information and giveaway prize pack were all provided by Seventh Generation through MyBlogSpark.

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**All the products, information and giveaway prize pack were all provided by Seventh Generation through MyBlogSpark.

28 comments:

amyd said...

I send my kids to public school,why because that is where I think he should go!
ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com I send my child to public school because our town has a spectacular school system. I am a professional musician, so a great music program was and is very important to me, and was a big part of our decision to send our four kids through the town system.

degood said...

I home school one of our children who has more special needs and the other two go to a private christian school and one is still at home with me.

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

scottsgal said...

I send my son to public school because of the education and social and sports opportunities
msboatgal at aol.com

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

I don't have school age children, but I would choose public school -- it's where I went and got a good education. I've taught kindergarten and elementary children, and wouldn't want that same responsibility at home. *Thanks* for the giveaway!
theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

Blogged about the giveaway
theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

Tres Chic Shoppers said...

We send our child to public school because we feel this is where she should be for now, however, we are keeping homeschooling in mind as an option as well.

Deb K said...

My grandchildren go to Public Schools as we too have some great schools here!

deb55106(at)gmail(dot)com

Tracey said...

My grandchildren go to public school because both of their parents work.
traymona[at]aol.com

Sarah said...

Public schools (although they all went to a private preschool) because we are public school teachers and believe that as long as there is much parental involvement our children will do well anywhere.

gert003 at aol dot com

melissak said...

my kids all have gone to public schools.. and are doing really well there.

debbie said...

I choose public schools. I feel that children need the time to socialize and learn things I can't teach.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

susan said...

I send my kids yo public school because, that is where I went.

Lisa said...

We're homeschoolers. We had actually planned on homeschooling before we even had children, because we thought we could give the kids a quality education while still having fun together. After we realized my son had some special needs, it seemed like the best option for us anyway, as we can proceed with his education at his own pace.
iluvchrisnlevi@aol.com

cstironkat said...

We have an excellent public school system here so that is where they go. They love their teachers and the principal knows all the kids names and greets them when they walk in the door everyday. I also like the diversity, having friends who are Chinese, Indian, and Jewish just adds to the educational experience.

kakihara said...

My children went to public schools, and then a performance arts school(public but very exclusive)
I was really lucky, my kids went to a fabulous school --lots of parent participation mandatory-- they were very involved in music, drama, and art that's what made me choose the public school.
kakihararocks@gmail.com

Sarah Joy said...

We homeschool, always have, always will. My husband and I feel like this is where God is directing us and it has been fabulous. We have lots of fun together, works great with hubby's crazy work schedule (he's a paramedic) and we get to socialize a ton as I am also a leader of a large homeschool support group in my town!
I LOVE seventh generation! :) Thanks!

Julie said...

My children went to public schools. We have a fantastic school district-plus quite honestly,I don't have the patience to homeschool

aunteegem@yahoo.com

Jen said...

public school here because they get speech therapy
mamato6@cox.net

allisonsbj3 said...

I send them to public school because that's where their friends are.

allisonsbj3(at)gmail(dot)com

Amanda said...

My son goes to public school because I don't have the patience to homeschool him!
winnieayala at yahoo dot com

Caroline said...

We homeschool our children, and I was always homeschooled by my wonderful mother who passed away a month ago. :-( I had a godly mother who taught me of the Lord, and I would never go against the teaching I grew up with! Homeschooling our children is where we feel like they should be, sheltered from the world while they are little. Thanks for the great giveaway! I came over from the woodshed. :)

Im4Christ2@msn.com

Amber said...

We homeschool and are just starting ourn5th year doing so. I couldnt imagine not homeschooling these precious gifts that God entrusted to my husband and I.

I've been wanting to try these products, so thank you for the giveaway!

lmurley2000 said...

i send mine to public schools, their is no way i could teach them what they need to know

lmurley2000@yahoo.com

Martha A. said...

I love your songs on your playlist!!! Okay....I homeschool my four boys....right now as it is what is working best for us. martha(at)lclink(dot)com

Becky said...

I homeschool. Our public schools here are great, but my son was reading on a 4th grade level by the time he started kindergarten. He would have been BORED TO DEATH. Also, I don't like full day kindergarten, esp. for boys. We are taking it year by year, this year he is in "first" and my daughter is doing pre-k. We also love spending time as a family and doing things together. :-)

whirlbex at yahoo dot com

Terrymac said...

Even though I have four children (with 4 years of each other to the day!), my main reason for sending them to public school is for the socialization. I still do a little 'home schooling' on Saturdays with them, and we tend to structure our holidays around learning experiences because I don't believe the school system is teaching the children enough. It is a little too much about socialization, but this really is necessary to succeed in life, so it's off to school they go, with the real meat of their education from home!

terrymac1a at hotmail dot com

heartchild said...

We homeschool because we want as much time with our kids as we can before they grow up!