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Together lets Rally 4 Jillie!
This is week 5 of 9 weeks of giveaways!
All sponsored by amazing companies with
huge hearts and all for little Jillie.
WEEK 5 GIVEAWAY
This giveaway will run from November 19-November 25!
This week's giveaway is sponsored by the following companies...
Copy Kids: A joy-filled video and an innovative tool for parents who want to get children to enjoy eating fruits and vegetables. (Review Here)
Nite Nite Moon: A fun online store where dreams come true! They offer high quality, imaginative, educational children’s toys for infants through teens. You’ll find plush baby toys, puzzles and games, puppets, dolls, trucks, creative arts & crafts supplies to stimulate the imagination, and plenty of classic toys that are simply fun— all at great prices!
Adventures with Wink & Blink: Multi award winning educational video series for preschoolers! A Day in the Life of a Garbage Truck and A Day in the Life of a Zoo. A fun, exciting way of learning for your children.
Rainbow Innovations Group: Creators of The Today I Ate A Rainbow kit which gets kids ASKING to eat their fruits and veggies! This interactive game uses a rainbow as a nutritional guide and fun magnets that will help you and your kids keep track of the produce they eat. By turning healthy eating into a game it makes it easy to set healthy habits! The kit comes with a chart, 4 sets of magnets, shopping list and The Rainbow Bunch book.
Prize Package includes for one winner:
1. Today I Ate A Rainbow Kit from Rainbow Innovations Group
2. Copy Kids Eat Fruits & Vegetables DVD
3. Adventures of Wink & Blink (Garbage Truck & Zoo) movie downloads
4. Wooden Abacus from Nite Nite Moon
Not only will one of you win this fun prize package, but the same prize will be sent to Jillie in the hospital as well! AMAZING!
In case you missed what Rally 4 Jillie is all about, read on then enter the giveaway below. I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to work with these amazing companies who have stepped up to help.
It is hard to even know where to begin this post and even harder for me to write it. As most of us are parents to young children you all know how hard it can be to see our children sick or hurt. I can't even begin to imagine the feeling of finding out your child has the dreaded "C" word. Cancer.
No child should have to face cancer. They shouldn't even have to know what cancer means. They should be riding bikes, playing, going to school and just being kids!
Why am I writing this about cancer? Thankfully both of my boys are healthy. However a close family friend of mine hasn't been so lucky. Her little girl Jillie, just 2.5 years old was just diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. A fast moving, aggressive form of leukemia that if not treated, could be fatal in a few months.
Luckily after weeks of being sick, Jillie was diagnosed and quickly moved to an amazing children's hospital. She will now be living in the Ronald McDonald housing for the next 6 to 12 months as she undergoes many many treatments and blood transfusions.
Remember she is just 2.5 years old. How do you even begin to explain to her what is going on and why she is now living far away from home and facing months and months of treatments?
So far Jillie is being a rockstar and keeping a smile on her face! She actually feels good with new healthy blood running through her! She is a fighter and one tough little girl. If anyone can fight this it is Jillie and her family.
In my small way of feeling less helpless and helping out in any way I can, I've started Rally for Jillie on my blog! I'm seeking sponsors willing to donate two items. One to add to the giveaways and one to send to Jillie. My hope is that this will keep her spirits up, help keep her occupied, to just keep her being a kid through this ordeal.
If I could hug the sponsors that have stepped up to help, I would in a heartbeat! Their kindness and generosity to help a sick little girl says more about these companies than any review I could ever post. So if you are reading this, please take a moment to show some love to these amazing companies. To thank them for their small act of kindness that can go a long way in the journey to heal and cure baby Jillie.
And please if the kindness of these sponsors have touched your hearts like it has mine, take an extra minute to say thank you on their Facebook pages or in a quick email.