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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Giving Thanks Giveaway

The Giving Thanks Giveaway here has a baker's dozen of prizes worth close to $600. The giveaway is US only and runs through the whole month of November. Take a chance and you can enter to win. Good luck.
Enter the Giving Thanks Giveaway. Ends 11/30/14

It is time for Giving Thanks!

Now is the time when friends and families get together to give thanks for all the wonderful things they've been given throughout the year. We Three Moms (Anderson's Angels, The Joy of Mama Joyner and The More The Merrier), are so very thankful for our families and everything we have, we've joined with over 100 other wonderful bloggers, to bring you another huge giveaway event! One winner will take home all of the prizes we've managed to put together (it's almost $600 in prizes!) for The Giving Thanks Giveaway!
Giving Thanks Prize Collage
We've gathered prizes for the whole family! Here is a list of our Sponsors & the prizes ~
Giant Microbes - ornament set - $24.95
King Arthur Flour - baking set -$45.80
Misto - 1 stainless steel Misto - $14.99
Meal Measure - 1 Meal Measure - $12.98
Pixtagram - 3 sets of 10 magnets - $36
Chef's Planet - 1 Flavor Enhancer - $45
SoapBox Soaps - 1 Autumn Bundle Set - $23.80
Emerson Creek Pottery - Blue Crab Pie Plate - $31
DK Books - 2 Books - $20
Game Chef - Rollick & Been There Done That Games - $49.98
Lille Rabbagast - Monkey Toys - $20
Rollors - Rollors Game - $50
Zike Bike - Z100 - $249
It's exciting isn't it? Come enter to win! You never know, you may be the ONE to win every single prize!
DIsclosure: Anderson’s Angels, Joy Of Momma Joyner, The More The Merrier, and all other participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. The sponsors will send the prizes directly to the winner. We are also not responsible for any unfortunate accidents that result from the use of any of these products. 

119 comments:

  1. I guess the thing I like most is the family taking time to get together and getting reacquainted again. Time flies.

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  2. I love the way we make all the wonderful special family recipes. There's no other day in the year where we all come together and make such a feast and it's a great day with wonderful cooks and love in the house.

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  3. We make my grandmother's stuffing recipe no matter where the gathering is at. There is also a flag football game played out side no matter the weather.

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  4. Our family is scattered over different countries so we don't have many traditions anymore. I still put the decorations up the weekend after Thanksgiving but I do it by myself now.

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  5. We make Thanksgiving an all day event. Most holidays are divided up between in-laws, extended family, etc. but Thanksgiving is here starting around noon and usually not ending till midnight. Its a lot of fun having everyone together.

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  6. Walking in the leaves and jumping in the piles

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  7. I love having family all over the kitchen cooking together!

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  8. Just being together with the ones I enjoy spending time with!

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  9. We make a big deal over Halloween more than the other holidays and decorate and cook and party then. The holidays are quiet since we have little family.

    alyce poalillo

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  10. Love all the food & fall decorations.

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  11. Everyone gathering at my mother-in-law's house for Thanksgiving. There would be about 20 of us. Now she's gone the family that's left is scattered about.

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  12. Cooking & baking the night before with the family!

    Love3570@aol.com

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  13. I love carving pumpkins together and big family dinners!

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  14. We have been going outlet shopping Thanksgiving night at the local outlet mall. It is a great bonding experience!

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  15. THE BIG THANKSGIVING FEAST AT MY MOM'S HOUSE ON THANKSGIVING DAY

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  16. My favorite would be family dinner and games afterwards

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  17. We don't have a tradition yet, w have so much family we try to mix it up every year.

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  18. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is having a big turkey dinner with all the fixings.

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  19. We all gather at my sister-in-laws for Thanksgiving. It is a little chaotic, but still enjoyable.

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  20. I enjoy watching the Macy's Parade with my sisters and daughter and nieces while we are cooking.

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  21. We volunteer every year over Thanksgiving

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  22. I'm alone so i don't do anything good luck to everyone

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  23. Good food and good conversation!

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  24. Focus on gratitude during the month of November (especially).

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  25. We always donate new items to the shelters!

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  26. It has to be getting all the family together at my wife's Uncle's house for Thanksgiving dinner. After that it would be Christmas where we all get together after dinner and play dirty Santa.

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  27. favorite Thanksgiving Tradition is the family dinner

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  28. The family being all together and enjoying time together. There is nothing more special than that!

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  29. We love watching football together on Thanksgiving.

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  30. Just eating Thanksgiving dinner at my GrandMothers with my family. Best meal of the year!!!!

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  31. We actually don't have any traditions. We do the same thing no matter what time of the year it is.

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  32. Family, is our tradition ... we all get together and make and eat food

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  33. Mine is cooking the turkey and stuffing

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  34. Watching the Macys day parade and cooking.

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  35. theres a place near us called storybook lane at the old dairy and it's just amazing!

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  36. raking and playing in the leaves -- i get to be a kid again

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  37. Getting together with Family that we only see a few times a year.

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  38. My favorite fall tradition is roasting pumpkins and making yummy pumpkin recipes for my hubby.

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  39. My family and I all dislike turkey (which makes the Turkey Day dinner not so tradtional). We all get together and smush (for lack of a better term) beans and meat together and then make fusion enchiladas. And then wash our hands

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  40. Thanksgiving with the family...we alternate each year between my parents and my wife's parents.

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  41. We love sharing what we are thankful for with our family

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  42. We love to have friends and family over and get out the bingo game set after dinner. We have a blast playing.

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  43. I like knowing that we will be spending time together as a family. We hang out more and watch football and laugh. I love the laughter.

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  44. Listening to Alice's Restaurant with my family when we're driving to Grandma's house. It's on at noon every year on our favorite radio station.

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  45. My favorite tradition is the FOOD! Especially the cranberry sauce and candied yams with marshmallows. Yum!!

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  46. dinner with my family, wherever we are, with as many of us as we can get together.

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  47. Baking thanksgiving pies with my kids :) I enjoy it and look forward to it every year :)

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  48. Family and memories, that's what it's about!

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  49. I love making the biggest and best meal for Thanksgiving and then we all go on a hike together and come back to pumpkin pie

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  50. my family tradition is to all get together and stuff our faces!!!

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  51. I love everyone getting together to share in happy times.

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  52. Our favorite tradition is that everyone takes turns telling what they are thankful for from this last year, you learn much about those closest to you

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  53. Love gathering around with family for thanksgiving dinner

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  54. The time I get to spend with the family. I also love seeing the parades.

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  55. Our favorite family tradition is to make kling (a Norwegian pastry) on Thanksgiving & stick in the freezer until Christmas.

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  56. My family and I love to make hot chocolate sit by the fire and make smores.

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  57. Getting together with my family!

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  58. Mine is watching the Macys day parade & seeing santa at the end.
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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  59. My favorite Fall/Thanksgiving tradition is all the baking & preperation for the family get-to-gather.

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  60. I love watching football and eating turkey on thanksgiving

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  61. we go to my grandparents house every thanksgiving and everyone has to write on a link of paper what we are thankful for when we arrive. After dinner, we link all the papers together and read them aloud!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  62. We have 2 Thanksgiving celebrations on 2 different days. One with my husband's family and on with my family. I love being able to celebrate twice. Thank you

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  63. My favorite fall tradition is picking apples and making applesauce and also making jewish apple cake as a Thanksgiving dessert

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  64. has to be the nap after the family dinner....Of course it is the family dinner that I remember for ever. From tight small dining room at my grandmas house to my house, a little more room but for some reason just as tight..

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  65. For Thanksgiving we do a sort of pot luck deal, so the cooking isn't all one person's responsibility. It makes the holiday so much more relaxing

    cb_shorty2003@yahoo.com

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  66. We are such a fractured family that Thanksgiving is the one time we get together and exchange gifts. This may be the only time for a year that we will see each and have time to catch up.

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  67. I love our tradition of putting up Christmas decorations the day after Thanksgiving.

    safety_chick@hotmail.com

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  68. I love our family tradition of all the children coming over to spend the day. We laugh, talk, play games, eat and watch football. Later that evening (or early the next morning) we all get together again to go Black Friday shopping. So much fun!

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  69. I like getting together with family and playing games!

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  70. getting to see my daughters that have grown up and live miles away

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  71. We are actually more certain to have a full family get-together at Thanksgiving, which is one of the things that makes that my favorite holiday. For Christmas, there is the necessity for making certain all sets of grandparents, etc, get involved with the children.

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  72. I enjoy making green bean casserole and ambrosia for Thanksgiving.

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  73. I make a huge batch of homemade hot chocolate mix and then it's ready all winter. Then I treat myself to a new soft warm sweater.

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  74. Getting together with friends and family over a community dinenr.

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  75. our family tradition is to donate to Charity. Laura Deck

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  76. I love making thankful trees with my family

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  77. Baking and eating are the best parts!

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  78. We love to take walks, collect leaves and do leaf rubbings!

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  79. I love hiking in the woods especially when the leaves are turning color

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  80. I love watching football. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  81. Decorating outside for Autumn. I love adding something every year. I try and hit craft shows to get one of a kind decorations.

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  82. My little sister and I each had our own stuffing to make it was fun now I make both on my own.

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  83. I love the togetherness that we share during the holiday season. Crafting and decorating the house is a fun time with our large family.

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  84. My favorite tradition is going around and seeing the Christmas lights.
    Nicole Carter Weasley on the form.

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  85. I love decorating the tree w/my kids :)

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  86. I love putting up three Christmas decorations and Lucky's, the kids love it and driving around looking at the Christmas lights :)

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  87. I heart taking out the autumn sweaters!

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  88. Baking cookies with the whole family together.

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  89. Having Thanksgiving dinner with the entire (immediate) family and catching up with everyone.

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  90. Going to visit my dad and soending the weekend with him every Thanksgiving!

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  91. My favorite tradition on Thanksgiving is eating canned cranberry sauce. I know that sounds stupid but it is really the only thing I've done every Thanksgiving that I can remember!

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  92. I LOVE TO FIND COOL LEAVES WITH MY DAUGHTER SO THAT WE CAN CREATE UNIQUE ARTWORK EACH YEAR. THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE CHANCES TO WIN.

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  93. My favorite fall tradition is going on the hayrides throughout town when fall comes.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  94. My favorite fall tradition is baking with fall flavors. Yum!

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  95. Meeting with Friends, Family and strangers.

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  96. Apple picking and cooking family favorite recipes with pumpkin,apples, and cranberries

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  97. I love baking with my children...and now my grandchildren.

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  98. We stay at home and cook and watch movies all day. Its the perfect day!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  99. Family coming over and eating dinner and then putting up the tree and having the kids decorate it.

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  100. My favorite tradition is baking pies and getting together with my family for thanksgiving and a white elephant gift exchange.

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  101. Having the family all together and enjoying grandmas great cooking!

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  102. Thanksgiving dinner/day is my favorite tradition

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  103. My favorite fall tradition is going to the church bazaar. We all go, the whole family. It's fun for all ages and the proceeds go to a great cause!

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  104. Our new tradition is playing the classic game of Pit. Nothing like getting loud and trading commodities with the family!

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  105. Looking through all the ads with my mom and sister on Thanksgiving morning to plan for Black Friday.

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