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Friday, November 4, 2011

Day 20: Playthings Toy Shoppe Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed.

No batteries needed.  Those words are pure gold to a parent.  This little mechanical marvel is called a Plasma Car, and it harnesses the forces of inertia, centrifugal force, and friction to make it go.  Today, one lucky winner will receive one compliments of Playthings Toy Shoppe.  You can find them in St. Matthews at 4209 Shelbyville Rd., in Westport Village, or by phone at 502.895.6152.

Here’s how YOU can enter:
-become a Today’s Family Every Day follower 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: jmneely780 (comment #19) is our winner.  Congratulations!  Please email us soon to claim your prize.

21 comments:

  1. OK. I'm finally the first comment. I feel lucky today. Am I a winner? I hope so, my grandkids would love this.
    Topic on places to donate Kids Books and Stuffed animals after use.

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  2. How about talking about great local shops?

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  3. Ideas on wasting less, i.e., what do you do with that open (but mostly unused) box of diapers your last little one has outgrown? Is there a program for parents in need of items like this?

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  4. I have whiney kids. We don't allow it to continue once it starts, we've tried time outs, spankings, taking toys away, but they still whine. My daughter who is almost 4 is the worst. I would love to see a blog on how other mom's and dad's handle it when everything that exits their child's mouth does so in a whiney tone. Oh, and I'd really like to to win since I just lost my job and am due to deliver our little boy in a month.

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  5. I would like to see a blog on ways kids can serve the community.

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  6. Things for kids to do in Louisville in the winter.
    Tina

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  7. activites to keep young ones on the move during the winter months.

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  8. I agree with Tina, I definitely need ideas for cheap/FREE things to do in Louisville in the winter please!

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  9. Creating family traditions starting with toddlers.

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  10. Kid friendly ideas to fight childhood obesity. I think this is a great toy that would be a good start.

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  11. Rainy Day Activities for Toddlers

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  12. Cheap family outtings for winter months.

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  13. Activities we can do with the kids during winter break.

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  14. Volunteering opportunities with children.

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  15. Need ideas on fun girly birthday places when it's too cold outside:)

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  16. How about blended families?
    Jessica N

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  17. Homeschooling. Interview families who homeschool.
    Look at the unique opportunities they have to
    train their children in all areas including education.

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