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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Powered by Mom's I See Me Giveaway

We've done giveaways for personalized children's books before. This time the prize is a personalized board game and a personalized book, too. Looks like fun. The giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada and ends on 3/19. Good luck.

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About I See Me Our Family’s Race Across the U.S.A. Board Game

In this personalized board game, up to six players can play at a time. Each game piece can be customized. Since we have five people in our family, each member of our family has their own game piece complete with each person’s face on it. Since we were down a player, I See Me added a cute little bear to finish out our final game piece which can be used for a friend! The board is also customized with our family’s last name and our first names printed in various places to personalize the game board as well. 

About I See Me Little Lovebug Book

Make your loved ones smile with My Little Lovebug, a photo-personalized book featuring your loved ones’ photos and names. Tell your little lovebugs how much you love them.

One very lucky reader is going to win a I See Me Board Game and Little Lovebuug Book

Now go and enter the giveaway and remember to come back for the daily entries. GOOD LUCK!

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  1. have not played board games in a very long time

  2. yes, I play with my grandchildren.

  3. My family loves playing board games together. We have an entire "game closet" filled with board games to choose from.

  4. We play board games as a family a few times a month.

  5. We do play board games from time to time! Usually lasts till my kiddos start squabbling about something! ;)
    Amanda Stovall

  6. We used to. Haven't in a while. I don't know why. I'm going to be sure we start again!

  7. For sure.. It's the one time the kids aren't concerned about their electronics, and usually no fighting lol