Monday, February 21, 2011

A GIVE-AWAY!!

As promised, my very first give-away :)

For the next week I'll be taking entries to be entered to win a copy of My Baby Rides the Short Bus   I'll even sign it before I send it to you-how lucky for YOU he he.

In order to be qualified to enter in the give away, you can do three things (all three gets you three separate entries into the give away!) One-leave a comment to this entry telling me why you'd like to read the book Two-follow the blog (if you already do, just leave me a DIFFERENT comment telling me you follow) and Three-follow Witkowski Family Happenings on Facebook and leave me a comment telling me that you are following (again, if you already follow us over there, leave me a comment telling me as such!)

I will draw the winner Saturday night (February 26, 2011) and post it Sunday morning. Good luck!!

18 comments:

Theresia said...

I would like to read "My Baby Rides the Short Bus" because more than likely my baby will! My daughter is 17 months old with microcephaly and suspected CP (MRI on Friday yay). She does not talk right now as such, and is just learning how to use her walker. She is beautiful and perfect, though! I don't have a lot of supporters around me, and the local moms groups are all "typical" kids. I also don't feel like I can relate to a lot of the other books or parent articles on special needs kids because they are often schmaltzy and touchy-feely-- so not me! I came over from aspecialparent on LJ and have heard fantastic things about the book on there, but right now I'm too broke to buy it.

therev_runs said...

I should get a copy so I can read the whole thing, and share it with everyone that my SISTER has a wonderful piece in the book.

I follow you on facebook, and on here, so there's my other two, dangit!

Anonymous said...

I read part of the book on google. The part that u wrote about kids with adhd really hit home. I may not deal with as severe a disbility as some but i still struggle. I would like to read it to understand others struggles.

Amanda said...

So I figured out how to sign in..lol. The anomyous comment is me....

gerbmom said...
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gerbmom said...

following!

alwaysamommy said...

following!

alwaysamommy said...

I'm also following on Facebook.

alwaysamommy said...

I'd like to read this book because I want to hear real life stories of people that have been where I am. I read parts of the book through google and was very impressed.

Tara said...

I would love to read this book as it has been recommended to me and I'm having a hard time dealing with my sons' recent diagnosis's.

Tara said...

Following you! :)

Chief Hossahead said...

I'd like to read it becuase my grandson rides it!

Cat said...

Id like to read it and pass it on to my best friend as her son has spina bifida.

Cat said...

I now follow your blog :-)

Cat said...

I now follow you on facebook

Anonymous said...

I would like to read it because developmental delays have an effect on all of us, in one way or another. It would offer a perspective I don't have: kids.

eener_k

Anonymous said...

I follow your blog

eener_k

Anonymous said...

I follow your FB page(s) :-)

eener_k

P.S. If I'm drawn, I'd gladly share!

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