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Monday, October 17, 2011

Day 6: Louisville Zoo Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed.

Is that the cutest baby or what?  Try not to snuggle this one up, though.  Today’s giveaway to one lucky winner is a family four-pack of  tickets to "The World's Largest Halloween Party" and four regular admission tickets (including carousel passes) to the Louisville Zoo, where you might catch a glimpse of this polar bear cub named Qannik.  The Louisville Zoo is located at:  1100 Trevilian Way, 502.459.2181, or here on Facebook.

Here’s how YOU can enter:
-Follow Today’s Family Every Day by clicking on “Join this site” on the right sidebar and leave a comment here telling us a topic you'd like to see this blog cover.

See Official Rules for details.

Update:  Amanda (comment #13) is our winner.  Congratulations!  Please email us soon to claim your prize.

26 comments:

  1. I would love to see topics about family pets

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  2. I would like to see topics discussed in regards to private school versus public schools in Kentucky. Many parents, like me, struggle to make decisions regarding our children's education.

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  3. I'd like to see an article about penguins!

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  4. I would love to see how to have photos made in expensively for families or how to take good pictures.

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  5. I would like to see a topic on school sports and whether the required changes regarding heat index and safety have made a difference for our young athletes.

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  6. I would like to see something covered on natural way to help allergies in kids under 4. You can't give them anything anymore and my little guy is ate up with allergies!

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  7. I would like to see an article about this crazy weather jumping back an forth its making my little one sick.

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  8. Family friendly restaraunts in Louisivlle
    Tina Price

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  9. I would like to see an artical regarding how to help children after the loss of a parent. This touches close to home with me considering I lost my mom @ 3 & my son lost his dad at 7.

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  10. I would love to see an article discussing things to do with kids under 6 years old in the Louisville area. It is a big development time and it would be great to know the types of things out there for them.
    ~Jessica Burton

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  11. I would like to see an article on "school bullying" Unfortunately my son has been a victim and it's hard to know what to do about it and how to help him without making it worse!

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  12. I would like to see an article on inexpensive and fun things to do with young children (5 and under) in the Louisville area. I also like the previous suggestion of a list of truly family friendly restaurants. I hate it when you show up to a restaurant thinking it is family friendly, but they don't have highchairs or a changing table, or all of the high chairs are broken and dangerous to use.

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  13. Please do a blog about how to spot and help prevent child abuse, since this seems to be a growing epidemic in our community! Thanks

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  14. I'd like to see an article on local educational activities that home schooled children could participate in.

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  15. l I would like to see a blog about children's health, vision and dental..

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  16. i would like to see a blog about fun but inexpensive family things to do and places to go.

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  17. I would like to see an article focused on things to do in Southern Indiana. A big focus on the state parks and what they have to offer Louisville and Southern Indiana families.

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  18. I would love to see a blog about the negative effects of overmedicating our children and alternatives to medications.

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  19. While Louisville is great, there are also a lot of great things to do as a family within a few hours of Louisville. I'd love some ideas for day trips, such as Indianapolis Children's Museum, Newport Aquarium, Underground Railroad Museum, Creation Museum, Connor's Prairie, etc.

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  20. I would like to see a blog about all the places where you could rent a hall/room for a child's birthday party for under $100.

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  21. I would love to see some route suggestions from Louisville to Indiana in the evenings. Billie F

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  22. I'd like to see info on cheap stimulating activities to do with children 1.5-2 yrs old

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  23. I would love to see topic related to blended families. There are so many of us out there and we need all the help we can get!
    Jessica N

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  24. I need Christmas ideas for teen-age Grand-kids. Bill H.

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  25. How about recipes for homemade "green" household products

    Mary H

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  26. would like info on grandparenting.

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