Saturday, March 19, 2011

Don't Make Me Come Up There (a very special book giveaway)

Remember my friend and real-life next door neighbor, Kristen?  
Well, she has a BOOK!!! 

{Yes, I live next door to a famous author...and sweet tea addict, but that's for another post.}

Let me tell you about the book....

Kristen's book is called Don't Make Me Come Up There: quiet moments for busy moms.  Moms, you are going to love this book.

If you read Kristen's blog, you already know that she can make you laugh and tug at your heartstrings all in the same post.  The book is the same.  In each short chapter, Kristen will have you laughing, crying or nodding along with her stories about family and faith.  Every chapter ends with a Bible verse and prayer....it's the perfect quiet escape in a busy mom's day.

 
{I keep a copy in my car and read a chapter or two while waiting for kiddo to come out of school.}

Oh!  And do you want to SEE sweet Kristen?  Here she is in her book promo video...isn't she adorable?!?

"Don't Make Me Come Up There" Blog Tour Promo from Derek Harvey on Vimeo.

I've talked before about what a GOOD person Kristen is.  Here's more proof: all proceeds from her book are going to the charity she and her husband started, The Mercy House.  The Mercy House is a maternity home in Kenya; you can read more about it here.

So, do you want a copy of Don't Make Me Come Up There?  
I think you do.  TWO Bake at 350 readers will win a copy.  Here's how to enter: Giveaway closed. Congrats to jennaseverythingblog & pam!
  • Leave a comment here telling me if you would keep the book for yourself or give it to another mom.
For an extra entry (leave a separate comment):
Random winner will be chosen on Thursday, March 24st at 8pm CST. Giveaway closed. Congrats jennaseverythingblog & pam!

Make sure to include your email if your comment name doesn't link to one.  Good luck!


243 comments:

  1. The book sounds so cute! Love that its like a devotional as well, with bible verses!! If I won I should give it away, but I would love to read it first!! =)

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  2. I would probably keep this for myself or my sister. I recently finished "A Mother's Heart" which was such an encouragement to me as a mama, and currently am searching for something new on my nightstand. Thank you!

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  3. I would probably keep the book for myself. I don't have kids but I nanny and work with kids all the time. Then after I read it I'd probably give it to my friend who just had her little one.

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  4. I visted The Mercy House and thought what a wonderful idea! It always inspires me when I see a mama thinking beyond self. (This can be hard with little ones at your feet always!)

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  5. I would probably read it myself and then pass it on to someone else.

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  6. I would most likely keep this book for myself, as I am home alone with the kids most nights (hubby works late A LOT). I am usually in need of some quiet "me" time at the end of the day! After I read it though, I would share with another needy mom! (au93tgr@aol.com)

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  7. i'd probably give it to a friend who just had a baby :)

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  8. I would keep it! Sounds like a good read!

    lindsayhimmer@gmail.com

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  9. I visited Mercy House!

    Lindsayhimmer@gmail.com

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  10. I would love to give this book to my sister - she has 5 kids and I know she longs for quiet times. I don't have any kids so it would be a wonderful gift for her.

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  11. I'd probably read it and then lend it out, something that I do with a lot of my books.

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  12. I visited the Mercy House website.

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  13. I would keep it for myself!

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  14. I know just the mom I'd give this to! She's a new mom and could really use the encouragement. What a great charity too! I will definitely be ordering a couple even if I win!

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  15. i think i would read it and laugh and then pass it on

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  16. oh I did visit it and I am so excited for this new project, they are touching so many and helping so many. and besides that they are spreading the word of God to all of these young ladies

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  17. I am pretty sure I would keep it for myself. :) I am about to hop over and check out the Mercy House website. Be right back. :)

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  18. This book sounds like a good read :) I'd probably give it to my sister in law, she could use all the encouragement she can get :)

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  19. As a mom-to-be, I think it would be wonderful to keep it and read myself.

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  20. Mercy House looks like a wonderful ministry! Amazing. I pray that they staff they need is led to serve and that they are able to bless these mothers in their time of need.

    ~ Blaire

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  21. I'm pretty sure this is one of those read and THEN give away kinds of books - or buy more to share with friends! Looks like an awesome read. Just love Kristen! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  22. And wow - Mercy House looks (and sounds) amazing. I have loved following them on this journey. My heart and prayers go out to everyone involved.

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  23. I would read the book first...but then give it to another mom! :) Been following her blog for a while...can't wait to read the book.

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  24. I would read it and then share it with mommy friends (and hope they'd return it!)
    nadscrow@yahoo.com

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  25. What a great idea!
    nadscrow@yahoo.com

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  26. I'm not a mom, but my best friend is and never buys things for herself. I would definitely give the book to her.

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  27. I visited The Mercy House. Love it!

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  28. I would probably read it and then pass it on to another mom.

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  29. I visited the mercy house site!

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  30. I would love to win the book for myself, but it wouldn't stop there, I love to share special books with my friends and I have a lot of mom friends that would love to read this book, too.

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  31. I'd love to read it myself! But then I'd probably pass it along too :)

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  32. This sounds like a terrific and fun book! I would read it before passing it along, then maybe buy a bunch for other friends.

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  33. I would probably read it myself because I am one of the busiest moms I know and then I would probably pass it on to my coworker Joy who is going to be returning to work from maternity leave next month.

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  34. I would probably read it and then pass it along to another mom.

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  35. I would have to keep it for myself and maybe share it later.

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  36. Would love the book for myself and then pass it on!

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  37. This sounds awesome. I would keep it, but let people borrow it.

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  38. I visited the Mercy House site. What they are doing is so wonderful.

    I was actually following Kristen on Twitter & that's how I found your blog (I am so excited about it, as I love baking & decorating).

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  39. I am not a mommy yet but my best friend is an amazing mom of 2 boys and 2 girls. I would LOVE to give this to her!! Her 30th bday is coming up soon :)

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  40. I also visited the Mercy House website. Awesome Ministry!

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  41. Awwwww. I would read the book first (because I may have said that to my three year old...once) and then give it to my neighbor who has a son the same age, and a 6 month old daughter.

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  42. I found your blog through Kristin (a long time ago!). I would totally read the book and **then** pass it around. :)

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  43. I would love this book for me. Then I might lend it to my sister.

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  44. And I visited the website. What a tremendous project!

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  45. I would give it to my sister in law

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  46. I would totally keep it. :) Maybe pass it along to my sister-in-law when I was done. :)

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  47. I just visited The Mercy House website. Love what they're doing. :)

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  48. I'd read it first and then mail it to my best friend in VA with instructions to do the same when she was finished!

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  49. I would probably keep it for myself...it's something I really need :-) Thank you for offering the giveaway!

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  50. I would keep it for myself to read and than, pass it on to friends to share :-)

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  51. I would def. give the book to my friend Pam who is expecting a little girl very soon. I think she would love and appreciate it a lot :)

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  52. I would keep this one for myself -- I think I'd enjoy it a lot!

    slreichel(at)comcast.net

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  53. This sounds too good to give away without owning a copy of my own!

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  54. If I won this book, I'd read it first, then give it away to my sister who has a beautiful little girl!

    coryandnicole2010[at]gmail[dot]com

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  55. I also visited the Mercy House website. What a wonderful ministry! I have a friend who is a missionary in Kenya, I will see if she has heard of them.

    coryandnicole2010[at]gmail[dot]com

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  56. I love to share books I read with my Sister In Laws.

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  57. I would keep it for myself, and then probably share it with my sister-in-law. I could really use the encouragement!

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  58. I'd keep it for myself. I need some quiet moments in my day.

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  59. I went to the Mercy House website. It looks like an amazing charity.

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  60. I would read it and pass it along the girlfriends I think we all need something like that :)

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  61. I would definitely keep the book for myself - selfish, but true! We've had four kids in five years and I think I could benefit from a book like this :) My sister received a copy for Christmas and I know she's enjoyed it. Thanks so much for sharing your neighbor!

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  62. I love The Mercy House. I can't wait to show my husband this site. What an amazing ministry.

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  63. Would love to win this book, sounds adorable! I have a new baby and would love it!!

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  64. Would love this book for my new baby girl's book collection!!

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  65. The book sounds very good. I think I would read it then pass it on.
    Rosilet
    sugg-r(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  66. I did visit the site. What a great iniciative!
    Rosilet
    sugg-r(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  67. I would keep it, read it and pass it on to another mom!

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  68. Oh, I would totally keep it for myself! :)

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  69. Sounds like such a great book. I would love one for myself, but then I'd probably pass it along for other friends to enjoy!
    bibb_a@yahoo.com

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  70. I just visited Mercy House. What an incredible ministry and vision!
    bibb_a@yahoo.com

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  71. Who started blogging first?? I think it's neat that 2 famous bloggers live next door to each other!

    And I would have to say I would keep the book for myself, but would then share it with my friends if they wanted to borrow it!

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  72. I would give this copy to the wonderful woman who is taking care of my grandchildren.

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  73. I'd keep it and buy another for my sister. We're both stay at home moms with three little ones 3 years old and younger so stress is certainly a part of our day. I think it'd be great to read someone elses view on motherhood and get that support. I love that it always ends with a spiritual thought and prayer.

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  74. Just visited the Mercy House site and I'm so glad there are people in the world who care enough to take care of others. I am going to buy a t shirt, it isn't much but hopefully the money can be put to good use and I can make others aware of this amazing place.

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  75. As a mom of three young kiddos I would love to first read the book and then share it with all my mommy friends! We need the encouragement :)

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  76. I would give my copy to our Life Group leaders, specifically Nicki. They just adopted a sweet girl about a month and a half ago and she is sure to need some quiet time with a baby and a 6 year old boy in the house! She's such a sweet giving momma, I'm positive she'd enjoy this book.

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  77. I visited the Mercy House website! Amazing!!

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  78. I would give it to my Mom.
    I bet she would LOVE it.

    Joanna-age 11

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  79. I would definitely gift to a friend! Although I am a new mom myself I think that the pleasure of gifting a brand new book to my busy mom friends (of who there are many!) would be a fabulous feeling!

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  80. The book sounds perfect for my sweet cousin who is due with her second baby in July. I'm sure she could use some quiet moments. I visited the Mercy House website - such awesome kingdom work they are doing! Thank you for blessing us by telling us about it!

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  81. Oops....guess I should follow directions and post again that I visited the Mercy House website! What an awesome site....can't wait to follow their progress in the coming months.

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  82. I would give this book to my daughter. She is a mom to 2 young boys and needs the encouragement and laughter as well!
    Thegraydogdesign.blogspot.com

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  83. I'd love the book to give to my daughter...mama to my 2 year old granddaughter!

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  84. I would love to win this book so I could give it to my sister. Her husband died 12 days ago and she could definately use some happy moments.

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  85. I visited the Mercy House website and read more about their mission.

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  86. I would read it first and then pass it on to my sister.

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  87. I visited the Mercy House website. What an awesome ministry!

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  88. As a very busy mom of 6, I think that I would keep it for myself.

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  89. I would read it and then pass it on!!

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  90. I went to the Mecry House website, I'll be praying for them!

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  91. I am not sure if Canadians can win this contest..but if i won this book it would be fantastic...I have a friend who is nearly 60 and is a foster parent....who could seriously use a good laught...so I would read this book first...and tehn send it to her....by the way..I love your quilts

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  92. whoops that didnt work...what I said was that I am living in Canada...so I amnto sure if that would make a difference...but..i have a friend who is a foster mom...at 58 that is quite the job..but.she loves ever child..so..if i won..I would read the book first...and give it to her...and then she could pass it on and on and on...by the way..i love love love your quilts...

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  93. Definately for myself. I know selfish right???

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  94. We love books at my house and I would keep it for myself and after I read it, I would then buy one for a friend as I can never part with my books. Would love an excuse to read a little each day.

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  95. What a wonderful web site Mercy house is. Love the cause they are working with.

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  96. I would read the book and pass it on! Love We are THAT family :)

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  97. Visited The Mercy House site and their etsy shop. The Mercy House knit hat is about the cutest thing ever!

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  98. Oh I know just the mom to share this book with! She is going through some parenting challenges and this would be a wonderful gift for her!

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  99. Visited Mercy House website and wow! What a great mission! Thank you for all you do and for sharing.

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  100. If I won this book I would give it to my friend Darlene, hardworking mother of 3...she is such a good person always doing everything for others, I try to help her find herself and remember her passions. Then, I would buy a copy for myself!

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  101. if i get this book i would read and pass it on to my sisters,..;-)
    cheers
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  102. Give it to my sister-in-law She just ahd her third boy 2 weeks ago, we just discussed all the challenges a mother goes through and how we sometimes feel we're alone in our struggles.

    rrtaylor88@yahoo.com

    Rose

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  103. I would totally keep it. I cant help it! This book is just what this frazzled mom needs! :)

    Blessings-
    Amanda

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  104. If I won this book, I would first read it myself and then make it a traveling book. Pass it to one person, and that person has to pass to another, starting with my church family.

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  105. I would keep it for myself to read, then pass it on to others! I might have to read it a couple of times since it sounds like such a great book!

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  106. Sounds wonderful. Keep one and buy one to give away!

    selizabethashelton@gmail.com

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  107. I would definitely give it away to my cousin - she has 3 boys and is always trying to be the best mom she can be. I think she'd love this! :)

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  108. If I won this book I would give it to my daughter who is 12 weeks pregnant with her first child (my first Grandchild) but I would have to read it first! :)

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  109. I think I would read it first, then pass it on to my sister who could use some quiet moments...she will soon have 3 boys under 2! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  110. If I won this book I would probably read it myself and then share with my BFF.

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  111. I love her blog and was excited to see she had done this book. I would read it and then pass it on to a friend. In our book club we bring books to exchange each time so I would share it with as many people as I could who would enjoy her fantastic writing!

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  112. I visited the Mercy House site- God Bless all of the people who are a part of this project!

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  113. I just became a mom when our sweet girl, Greta, was born a month ago. I would keep this book for myself and then share it with friends. It's going on my "to buy" list either way. It sounds fantastic!

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  114. As selfish as it sounds...I'd keep it for myself!

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  115. Such a wonderful book! If I won, I would read it and the pass it along to another mom and have it travel from one busy mom to another. We all can use a great pick me up. :)

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  116. I'd like to give it to my sister in law! I think she needs it more than me.

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  117. Thanks for this fun give-away. I would read the book and then send it to my good friend, Shilpi, a mother of two that I think is amazing. Thanks again!

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  118. I would keep it, there's not a lot of "alone" time in our busy home.

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  119. If I won, I would send it to my cousin's wife; she just had her 3rd boy (all under 6!) and could probably use the humor and would appreciate the verses. Then I'd probably have to buy a copy for myself... :)
    Thank you!
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  120. I would most likely wrap it up as a random gift for a good friend of mine who has a 5 month daughter and 1 1/2 yr old son. I love spending time with her family.

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  121. I would keep this copy for myself and a few laughs and memories of days gone by - then I would buy one to give away!

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  122. I would keep this copy, then buy one to give away!

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  123. If I won, I would definitely give it to my own mommy. I'm 19 years old and live at home to save money while going to school in DC, so I get to spend a lot of time with her. She's so great, I just want her to know how much me and my two siblings appreciate her.

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  124. i would keep it for myself
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  125. That video had me in sweet tears. I would keep this for myself, but I have a feeling I would be buying more to give away.

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  127. I would probably keep this for myself, but I'd loan it out to friends, too! :) It sounds like a great book!

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  128. I would love a copy of this book! I'd give it to my sweet friend, June.

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  129. I also visited the Mercy House site. Looks like an amazing ministry. Blessings to all who serve there!

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  130. I am an elementary school teacher so once I have used the book in my classroom I would make sure it got to the school library.

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  131. If I win,I will give it to another mom-But then she has to give it back. Some books are worth a second,third,fourth,.....reading right?

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  132. If I win,I will give it to another mom-But then she has to give it back. Some books are worth a second,third,fourth,.....reading right?

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  133. I visited the website, what a wonderful thing she and her husband are doing!

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  134. I want to read the book myself and then pass it on. Love those carpool line reads!

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  135. After I have read it, I would give to my daughter in law

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  136. I cannot wait to get this book. I will read it and pass it along if I win. and if i don't, i'll be buying a few to give away, and tell them about mercy house. so awesome!

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  137. This book is on my want list so I would love to win, read it & then share with a friend!

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  138. Reading all about the mercy house now. so amazing!

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  139. I visited the Mercy House website

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  140. I would love to have one for me, one for my good friend and one for my secret sister! :)

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  141. I would love to have one for me, my friend and my secret sister. :)

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  142. I will give it to MY mom!:)
    hannah at nathanaeliversen dot com

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  143. I visited the website!
    hannah at nathanaeliversen dot com

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  144. I'll buy one for myself if I don't win!

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  145. Well I don't have two stories but I can definitely say "Don't make me come IN there." I would love a copy.

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  146. I would read the book (I'm a step mom of 2) and then pass it along like a lending library to my family across the US

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  147. I think this book would be perfect for my mom to read, especially because of the bible verses at the end. It might help her keep her mind off the fact that I'm not home for another few months.

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  148. I would keep it for myself, but I can think of several mamas I would buy copies for.

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  149. I would probably keep it for myself. I don't remember the last time I bought a book for myself. It is usually a new chapter book to read to the kids at bedtime!

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  151. I would love a copy to read myself, then pass on to another mom.

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  152. i would love a copy for myself and would make it a book to share with friends and my sister! ok, maybe i'll have to start buying them for everyone i want to share it with! (but i'd love a copy for me too!)

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  153. i visited the mercy house site- what a wonderful ministry!

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  154. I think, because I'm still nursing our newborn, I would keep it and read it during my hours on the couch. THEN I would give it to a friend/mom that is doing the same!

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  155. visited the Mercy house, what a wonderful ministry!

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  156. Thanks for hosting a great giveaway! I would read the book, then pass it on to a friend. Books are better when they're shared. :) ~~Rhonda
    reacoulter at gmail dot com

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  157. I would love to read the book first, and then share it as an encouragement to someone else!

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  158. Visited The Mercy House! I love all that Kristen is doing with this. ;)

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  159. I would give my copy to my sister....
    She has 2 kids... and you often hear.. ' Don't make me come up there..'

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  160. I'm pretty much a "has been" since my oldest is in college and my other two are close to being in college. Since that's the case, I would read it first and then give it to my oldest neice who is just starting the journey in motherdom.

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  161. I would read the book then share with others. My friends and I are always swapping books :)

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  162. That book sounds like the perfect pick me up during the day! I would like a copy for myself, but I would give it to my sister. She is pregnant with #2 and would love this!

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  163. I visited the website; their Etsy shop is amazing! What a fantastic ministry. I'll be spreading the word!

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  164. I am in desperate need of an encouraging word so I would keep it for myself! :)

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  165. Book looks cute! I would read it and pass it along to a friend:)

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  166. definitely read it for myself... then pass it on to one of my friends!!

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  167. Looks like this is my type of book! I'll read it first and when I'm done, I'll pass it along to another mom who needs a boost (i can think of several already). Then i'll ask them to pass the book along as well :)

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  168. Hi there
    MEMEMEMEME oh I guess you need to know that I will be keeping it hehe
    Cheers
    Catie

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  169. I would read it first and then send it to my SIL who is currently living in South Africa.

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  170. Since my son is an adult, I would give it to my friend who has a soon to be 3 year old and an 18 month old.

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  171. I have visited Mercy House site before. I am a regular reader of Kirsten's blog and she is a delight.

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  172. I'd read it then pass it on!

    -heidi
    h-angulo@hotmail.com

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  173. I would have to keep this for myself then share it. :) About to be a mom of 2 I need a little help and inspiration.

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  174. I would read the book and then pass in on to another friend/mom to enjoy.

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  175. I would follow the Rachael Ray philosophy and keep it for myself and then buy another copy for a friend!

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  176. I visited the Mercy House website, what an amazing ministry!

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  177. I would read it before I loaned it to my friends!

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  178. I would give it to my sister who just had a baby a couple months ago, and then demand that she pass it back to me when I have kids of my own. =)

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  179. I would give it to one of my closest friends who is expecting her third baby next month.

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  180. Neat blog! Probably keep this book for myself.

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  181. I would keep it for myself, read it and think of passing it on, but with all my favorite books, I always keep them so I can read them again! I am one though that will go out and buy that same book for one my fellow mommy friends for their birthday or just a random 'pick-me-up' kind of gift!

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  182. Definitely keep. I need some wisdom and humor from other more experienced moms!

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  183. I would gift it to a very sweet mommy co-worker of mine. :) She's leaving us here in June for another job (she's a counselor for sexually abused children!), and it would be a WONDERFUL goodbye present!

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  184. I visited the Mercy House website-what an amazing mission!

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  185. I would give the book to a friend who I know would love it.

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  186. I visited the Mercy House site. What an awesome undertaking for your friend & her family.

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  187. How wonderful! I would definitely keep it, but I'd probably end up buying more copies to share with a few mom friends. :) Thanks for the chance to win.

    amandabroadway at hotmail dot com

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  188. debbie.kuklies@pinnbank.com
    I'd read it first and then pass it on :)

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  189. I would definitely read it first myself, but then I'd give it to one of my mom friends!

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  191. I think I would keep it myself, but "SHARE" it will others! ;)

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  192. What a cute book! I love the title! I would keep it for myself--then share it after I read it!

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  193. WOW--I visited the Mercy House--I cannot imagine mothers forcing their daughters into sex for food.....what has this world come to? What a great mission.

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  194. I would probably read it myself and then pass it along to my SIL. She is a new mom to a 4mo and a 10yo stepson and we were just discussing some of these topics. The video you shared got me a little teary-eyed because sometimes the enemy really does try to break moms down by make us feel inadequate

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  195. I would probably keep it for myself, seeing as how I need as much help as I can get. If I like it, I'd probably buy more for my mommy friends as gifts.

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  196. I would keep the book for myself since I have little ones.

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