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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Giveaway! {Sweet Moon Baby}

The amount of time that this young lady chooses to spends with her youngest brother and sisters is such a blessing to us all.
Did you miss it?
She chooses.
Oh yes she does.  She asks to give them baths, and read them stories, and put them to bed, and and and...
How did I get so lucky to have a daughter like this?  I am one lucky mama!
On this occasion she read them a new story.
Sweet Moon Baby is an adoption story, wrapped in a fairy tale.  It's a sweet story of an adoption of a baby girl in China and the illustrations are so beautiful!
The author of this sweet story, Karen Henry Clark, is giving away a copy of her book to one lucky person!  You can give in to your sweet kiddo now, or feel free to wrap it up and save it for Christmas.  Wrapping it up was my plan, but I got too excited to share it with them.  And they love it!  And with the holidays here before we know it,  if you're not the lucky winner, I would recommend heading over here to pick up a copy for your little one.  It's a reasonable price and a wonderful addition to any child's library.
You can enter up to 4 times by clicking below.  I'll announce the winner here on Monday, October 29th.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck, y'all!


  1. Nancy, how do we enter the drawing for the free copy? I checked both links you provided but they both go to Amazon. I'm definitely interested! Thanks!

    1. Michele-I can't reply to your message due to your settings. But hopefully you'll see this message.
      To enter the drawing for her book, go to the bottom of the blog post and there is the Rafflecopter entries. You can enter up to 4 times. just click the grey box on the right of how you want to enter. Hope that helps!

  2. Love the sibling moment! So sweet!!!!!!!!!! That looks like a truly wonderful book. I love that all three littles are so into it.. love Tess's fingers in her mouth as she is absorbed.. love Jude's attentiveness.. and love that Mimi is soaking it up!! What a wonderful big sister to have such a great relationship with them. At an age when many teens are not interested in family... Makes me tear up and smile at the same time!

  3. Liv is a wonderful girl - reminds me much of our Brittany - and we share your parental joy! ;)

    And the book is a wonderful story too!!

    hugs - aus and co.

  4. Can I ask a really obnoxious question? (I am sorry ahead of time.) Does this adoption book have the baby materializing out of nowhere (or the moon) because the adoptive family wanted them/wished for them? We struggle with books that blatantly disregard birth family and make the whole thing ultra fluffy. The illustrations look stinking gorgeous and I'd love to have more books about kids who were adopted in the house but we are reality-in-adoption kind of folks. Would you mind sharing a little more about the book? I am very interested in it. -- on another note: that picture of Liv cuddled up to the littles is KILLER. Love them all.

    1. The book does start with the birth family. But it IS a fairy tale with fictitious elements. Let me email you with details.
      Not obnoxious at all!


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