My cousin and his wife are expecting a baby, and they asked friends and family to enter to win a free cord-blood banking---and if any of us WON and didn't need it ourselves, to let them have it. I was hoping it wasn't going to ask for a lot of personal information, and it didn't: email address, plus they wanted me to say if I were expecting a baby myself or if it was that I knew someone who was expecting. Then they suggest you view some information material, but I just clicked the "continue" button at the bottom without doing any viewing. Took about a minute, tops, for the whole process. Maybe more like 30 seconds.
So! If YOU are expecting, or you know someone expecting, you can enter too! And if you enter and win but don't have anyone to give it to, and you want to give it to my cousin and his wife, I would send you SUCH a kissy care package! ...Er, not that the package would be adequate compensation for such a selfless act. I'm just saying that if you DID, then I WOULD, and it would be like how if you give to St. Jude's they sometimes send you free address labels and that's kind of happy on top of the happy feeling of giving to charity. Like THAT. PLUS, even ENTERING to win would qualify as something for the Nice Things We Do For Other People list.
Enter to win a free cord-blood banking.
Gift ideas for an 8-year-old, part 2 of 2 - Last week I talked about the gifts we were getting/considering for Edward, who is turning 8 next month. This week it’s Elizabeth’s turn: not “girl gifts,” ...