A List Caddy Contest!

Thank you to the 5 people who entered!

Welcome to my very first contest here at Multi-Testing Mommy!

I am very happy and excited to be able to offer three of my readers their very own List Caddy!

It’s an amazing little tool to hold your shopping list on your fridge and at the grocery store!

So, if you would like to entered into the random draw, all you need to do is:

1) Leave me a comment on this post anytime until Sunday September 28th, 2008 at midnight.
2) Your comment MUST be either your favourite shopping story with your child OR a great shopping tip that you can share about shopping with kids!
3) Please tell all of your internet friends about this contest, maybe with a little linkie love in a post or something. I’d love to have a nice turnout for my very first contest!

Come back on Monday morning (assuming I haven’t gone into labour early!) to see the three lucky winners!

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5 Responses to A List Caddy Contest!

  1. LD says:

    OOOOh! I love contests.

    my best shopping tip with babies is to put them in the Bjorn or something like that because it makes life a lot easier.

    best tip for shopping with a pre-schooler is involve them. My son can be insane in the grocery store. He now helps me pick out all the fruits and veggies and a lot of other stuff. He sometimes has his own list that I write. He is learning letters so it is kind of educational. (I think).

    I’ll post a link in a little while.

  2. AndreAnna says:

    I agree – babies in bjorn, toddlers in cart.

    Oh, I’ve got a very funny shopping story for you! Read it here so I don’t have to type it twice! I’m working with one hand here today. lol

  3. Your very first contest…very exciting!

    Tips for grocery shopping:
    Bring lots of snacks or don’t be afraid to open things in your cart (as long as you plan on paying for them, of course). My 20 month old daughter loves doing groceries now because she thinks it is an all-you-can-eat buffet. Oh ya, I always keep her strapped in the cart too.

  4. Hi, MTM!

    Wanted to let you know that my fool-proof remedy for a successful grocery shopping trip is to record myself reading stories onto a cassette tape. I have brought a walkman to Loblaws with me for each of our three girlies, who love having their own story tapes. They are also handy to play softly at bedtime, after “real” stories and “lights out”… especially if we have a babysitter…

    Hope you’re feeling well– keep those feet up above your waist (or, what WAS your waist), and hang on! Wednesday’s coming!!

    xo CGF

  5. mamatulip says:

    Okay, this actually happened about two days ago. I have just started giving Oliver a bit of freedom when we go shopping – and by “just started”, I mean like, two days ago. I let him walk beside me, without holding his hand, and let him carry a basket and put some food in it. He was THRILLED and was so well behaved I seriously wanted to cry.

    A far cry from him smashing jars of pesto on the floor the last time Dave took him shopping (and seriously, when those jars hit the floor, a bit of Dave died inside…)

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