Monday, June 30, 2014

{giveaway} Red White and Blue Giveaway Hop {closed}


Welcome to the 2nd Annual Red, White, and Blue Giveaway Hop - a Hop where we celebrate Independence Day, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network. We're celebrating the 4th of July with giveaway for a whole 2 weeks, so be sure and hop around to all the great blog giveaways that are linked up in this hop. And be sure to let Step2 help your child go Red White and Blue with this patriotic Choo Choo Train! Don't miss out on that fantastic Grand Prize!



Erickson and Co. is hosting a fun cloth diaper giveaway sponsored by Uno's Hiney Huggers! One winner will receive a hybrid fitted cloth diaper in their choice of print (average retail value of $30)! The diaper will have a fun print outer fabric (their choice), a hidden layer of windpro, an inside layer of cotton velour, and a snap in soaker. Don't forget to check out the OS side snapping diaper that we reviewed for Uno's Hiney Huggers (click here).

The diaper pictured below is not the diaper that you will win. It is the diaper that I reviewed. Because the prize is a custom diaper I do not have a picture of it.







Enter to win the Grand Prize Here:




Want to purchase a Uno's Hiney Huggers diaper at a discount? Use coupon code UHHREVIEW at checkout for 25% off anything in their store! www.etsy.com/shop/Unoshineyhuggers.


Hasthtag: #redwhiteblue

So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Red, White, and Blue participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

22 comments :

  1. I love her apple dapple pocket diaper. its a very cute diaper and I love pocket diapers.

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  2. Growing up we used to shoot off so many fireworks. It was always great fun. Now a days you can't legally buy or shoot off those fireworks, but we still like to watch the city shoot of theirs.

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  3. fireworks- definitively fireworks!!

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  4. My favorite Fourth of July family tradition is getting together with extended family every year for a BBQ and watching the local fireworks.

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  5. I also like the food that comes along with holidays such as the 4th. :)

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  6. family time- i'd love to take the little one to a parade

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  7. We normally hang out at Grandma's house and watch the parade from there, walk around town, watch the fireworks from her backyard and visit with people that stop by. We'll go later this year. Grandma went home to be with Jesus in December and this will be the last year we use her house before it's sold. This was her favorite day of the year, so it will be a fun yet bittersweet day.

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  8. New tradition! Kayaking! Went with the family yesterday. 15 mile trip. It was awesome!

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  9. i'd like to start a tradition of family mt biking or family climbing day.... something fun!

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  10. Watching our town's annual fireworks from my dad's back porch.

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  11. Going to the lake and then watching fireworks.

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  12. Going to the lake and watching the fireworks

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  13. Missed the fireworks this year. And I really miss using sparklers and taking silly pics. Maybe being an adult isn't all it is cracked up to be. :P

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  14. My family use to go down to one of the booths on the side of the road and pick up a lot of small fireworks and set them all off. it was so much fun.

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  15. Our tradition is grilling out on the deck and then going to see fireworks (except baby's too young for fireworks this year).

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  16. Shooting fireworks! My dad always buys the biggest ones he can find and we have our own little display out on their farm

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  17. i wish we had a parade this year. parades are always fun for kids (i think)

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  18. http://www.ericksonandco.com/2014/06/made-in-usa-giveaway-hop.html

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  19. My favorite 4th of July family tradition is going to the local park to have a picnic and then watch the fireworks show.

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  20. We go to the lake and watch the fireworks

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