Friday, December 2, 2011

Win a $100 MasterCard gift card for your holiday shopping pleasure


Priceless: Making your kids happy during the holiday season. Hanging out around the fireplace, watching The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, gorging on Grandma's sugar cookies and letting your little darlings stay up way too late won't cost you a cent. Presents? Not so much.

That's why MasterCard Priceless New York is sponsoring two $100 gift card giveaways, to help you buy some of the toys in the holiday gift guide or other goodies for your kids. These folks specialize in spreading cheer: The program offers MasterCard holders exclusive access to NYC restaurants, shopping and sporting events. And if you win a gift card and you'd like to treat yourself to something, too? Go for it! Because, power parent, you deserve it.

To enter to win one of the $100 gift cards, please leave a comment below about what sort of family fun you're looking forward to this season. Me, I want to get the kids new sleds, and then order us some snow from Amazon! Oh, wait, they're not yet stocking snow.

Bonus entries:

Like Love That Max on Facebook
Follow Love That Max on Twitter
Blog about this giveaway and leave a link to the URL
Tweet about this giveaway (one a day). A tweet: Win a $100 gift card #giveaway from @LoveThatMax & @MasterCard Priceless NY, ends 12/12, http://tinyurl.com/6stldpm

The giveaway is open until Monday, December 12 at 11:59 EST, and is for U.S. residents 18 and older. The gift cards are for use in the U.S. and online. I will randomly pick the winners at random.org, alert you by email and announce it here. Note, you must leave your email below if it is not visible on your blog to enter.

Good luck!

Update: The winners of the gift cards are Sam and Emily Grindstaff and Tabathia. Enjoy, ladies!

314 comments:

  1. I am looking forward to EATING! We bake loads of stuff...gingerbread whoopie pies, fudge, sugar cookies, gingerbread people...and this year I am going to try my hand and making gingerbread houses from scratch. YUMMY!

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  2. And I follow on FB...also looking forward to the incredibly joy of xmas morning!

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  3. I'm looking forward to spending Christmas day with my extended family in NJ. Well, not the "waking up crazy early on Christmas morning and then getting in the car and driving 6ish hours through NY and PA" part of spending Christmas day with my extended family in NJ, but after we've arrived in NJ for sure.

    Thanks for the chance to win and Happy Holidays!!

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  4. I'm a Twitter follower too (missussmith)!

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  5. There's so much we are looking forward to this year: baking cookies, making our famous reindeer poop cookies, sledding, and making a huge snowman.

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  6. I am looking forward to all the holiday lights, not my holiday but still love the lights.

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  7. we are looking forward to having my mom visit!

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  8. I'll be happy for a few evenings of cuddling up on the sofa with movies and popcorn!

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  9. I'm a FB and Twitter follower too = )

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  10. Looking forward to all things Nutcracker with my family! We also do lots of decorating, which both of my girls enjoy--and now they are both more independent in doing so. We celebrate all December long!

    email: cpmom2009@yahoo.com

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  11. I am looking forward to my four year old daughter's reaction to christmas morning. I am not sure she totally got it last year but I know she will this year. LOVE MY GIRL!!

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  12. I am looking forward to baking and shopping with my mom and sister.
    amandarwest atgmaildotcom

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  13. I'm looking foward to making cookies with my boy, and visiting with Santa. Oh, and I think we're going to try a gingerbread house this yaer... I'm looking forward to ALL of it - SO MUCH!!!!

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  14. I love seeing them visiting Santa. My 8 year old still believes, so I'm soaking up the memories while they last! :)

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  15. We're going to try cross country skiing with the kids and I am really looking forward to that!

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  16. And I do follow you on Twitter and Facebook! Email is travelingwithkids@hotmail.com.

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  17. Looking forward to lighting the channukh candles with our kids and our newborn son, who is almost a week old today...
    Rachelncohen at gmail dot com

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  18. I am looking forward to finally being able to buy a BIG Christmas tree, since I finally live in a house that has higher ceilings! Thank you for the chance to win, if we win we are going snow tubing!

    Mindy

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  19. I am looking forward to that "snug as a bug" feeling when we are blanketed in snow.

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  20. ...and I like you on Facebook.

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  21. ...and I follow you on Twitter. (I feel a bit like a stalker admitting all of this)

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  22. ...and I just tweeted your giveaway. I am mary_mickelson.

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  23. Ours is a bit different. My daughter has been in the ICU for the past 8 weeks and will likely be here for another month or so. I would blow the entire thing on decorations and fun things for her hospital room. This very well may be her last Christmas, and since we have to be in the hospital, we are going to make it memorable!

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  24. Excited to go drive around looking at Xmas lights and giving him his first hot cocoa! Email is jessia600@gmail.com. follow on Facebook too!

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  25. I'm looking forward to my nephew's reaction on Christmas morning and the first Christmas with my niece!
    ~Marianne
    marmaid91@hotmail.com

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  26. I follow you on facebook, too!

    marmaid91@hotmail.com

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  27. I'm just looking forward to friends and family being together. That is mine (and my kids) absolute favorite part of the holidays. Well that and all the yummy food!

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  28. We are hosting our first ever open house this Christmas for our friends, neighbors, & family. Love that the first people I thought to invite were specialists & therapists.

    Loved your write-up on the gift giving!

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  29. I'm looking forward to making ornaments with the kids. And the traditional gingerbread house for the toddlers to sneak candy from all month.

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  30. I follow you on TWitter @getalonghome

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  31. TWeeted: http://twitter.com/Getalonghome/statuses/142634030825865216

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  32. I'm looking forward to the extra time to spend with my kids. Baking, playing, watching movies, whatever. Just glad for a break in the schedule. emandsam@gmail.com

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  33. I follow you on facebook emandsam@gmail.com

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  34. I am looking forward to renting lots of great family movies, baking, cooking, christmas morning, taking the kids bowling, ice skating, etc
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  35. like on fb (michelle b)
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  36. twitter follower (chelleb36)
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  37. I am looking forward to seeing my sons face glow! At 9 years old he is just this year understanding the magic of Christmas. He face lights up when he sees all the christmas lights so I can't wait to see him when he see Santa. Just seeing the Joy on his face is a blessing.
    Years ago people would walk the neighborhood singing Christmas carols. This tradition seems to have faded away. I am hoping to orgranize a group in our neighborhood to go Caroling! This ought to be interesting.

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    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  39. I'm looking forward to baking Christmas cookies with my boys, sledding and playing in the snow.

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  40. I'd like to take them to tree lightings and to see Santa.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  41. I like you on FB with my username Mary Happymommy.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  42. I follow you on Twitter (@mami2jcn)

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  44. https://twitter.com/#!/Trisomy21online
    Facebook as well!

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  45. Looking forward to sharing Christmas with my son for the first year he will starting to understand what it's about. His first time to sit on Santa's lap, bake cookies, string popcorn chains, decorate the tree, the daily advent calender- and presents!

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  46. I look forward to decorating gingerbread houses with my nieces! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  47. Like you on FB! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  48. Follow you via twitter@tmt121172, tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  49. I got a surprise this week that my 19 year old son is going to be able to come home for Christmas after all! Not much can top that, both my boys home is the best present I could ask for:)
    I follow you on Facebook, maybe I should twitter but I'm scared to get sucked into something else.
    Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, and Happy Holidays to all!!

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  50. We are going to travel up north to play in the snow, we live in Phoenix, so we will never get to see any unless we seek it out.

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  51. We are going to see the Nutcracker. Our 4 year old will love it.

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  52. Wendy Fonseca wendyfonseca508 at comcast dot netDecember 2, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    I am looking forward to decorating the Christmas Tree with my sson!

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  53. I like you on FB!

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  54. I look forward to doing salt dough ornaments with my children this year. I love that it's a craft that my son can participate in by finger painting. Such a great gift for family too! Thank you Ellen!

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  55. Hi Ellen, I have been following you for quite awhile now, both on FB and your blog! I love how you seem to always know exactly how to say what I have been thinking!

    I work in a Dairy Plant where we make Egg Nog and so does my husband. We have both been working overtime so I am looking forward to the week before Christmas when Egg Nog production halts and we can get our family groove on! I have a friend loaning us her dog sled so that I can sit our non-mobil son in it and take him to a local nature preserve this winter. We have snow here from the middle of December through the end of March on average so it should be a lot of fun!

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  56. I can't wait for Visits with Santa, and checking out all the Christmas lights and festivities in the DC Area!!!! I love this time of the year!

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  57. the thing i am most looking forward to, we did last night. took my son to see santa. he finally has enough words that he was able to tell santa what he wanted for christmas ("bus", and "BIG train").

    joann_tsang@hotmail.com

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  58. We're planning a trip to the mountains of NC. Should be a good time!

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  59. I am looking forward to Christmas morning with my family!

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  60. I'm looking forward to some extra family time spent at our own house with lots of family!

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  61. I hope the SA post person wins. If it is truely the child's last Christmas that hospital room needs decorated to the hilt.!!

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  62. I also am looking forward to sledging!

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  63. and my email is rodrigsil@gmail.com, sorry for not adding it before

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  64. Just discovered your blog a couple weeks ago! I LOVE IT!!! I am looking forward to my son's reaction to the Christmas Tree.

    I also just "liked" you on facebook.

    malicethemom@yahoo.com

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  65. Cooking for our family, and two-sets of in-laws and heading up to the mountains for snow and sledding!

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  66. I am throwing an "elf" party for my girls and their cousins where they are allowed to put m&m's and marshmallows on their pizza and syrup on their spaghetti noodles! Oh and we will watch the movie of course.

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  67. elf party is so clever! and i want your egg nog factory commenter to give us a tour of the factory floor! and i agree, that SA deserves the most beautiful christmas with her family.

    i want to make pumpkin chocolate chip cookies with my girls, and the recipe for chocolate dreidls in family fun magazine (take a marshmallow. glue an unwrapped hershey kiss to the bottom with frosting. stick a pretzel stick in the top. dip the whole thing in chocolate. paint hebrew letters on it with frosting on a toothpick). and i want to see the Muppet movie and Hugo with the girls! and a $100 gift card shopping spree would be nice.

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  68. I'm looking forward to a visit from my sister and her family. We lived five miles away from them before we moved to MN and I REALLY miss having the holidays together. Cool giveaway :)

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  69. I am looking forward to being with my 3 year old son and seeing his face light up on christmas morning. Nothing else matters, as long as my son is happy. I want to be able to give my son the best christmas ever this year. He deserves it so much, he is so sweet and dosent ask for much, and winning this gift card would help me buy him toys to play with. thank you so much for tis chance to win. angelaconley@yahoo.com

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  70. Merry Christmas to you and your family! Max looks fantastic and is doing great! I have good luck on your blog and love following it too!

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  71. I wasn't planning on putting up the Christmas tree until later (possibly even December 24th) but my 2 year old has been clamoring for me to put it up since just before Thanksgiving. I'm looking forward to him and his dad assembling the tree, and I'm looking forward to going downtown to see the window displays, and I'm looking forward to friends coming over to eat cookies and drink eggnog laced liberally with brandy.

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  72. I'm looking forward to hanging out at home with my kids over winter break without having to worry about being anywhere. That's my favorite.

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  73. Julie C-We always have to do one of those put together gingerbread houses or trains that look nothing like the pictures ha ha! But it is a tradition! I like "Love that Max" on Facebook!

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  74. We love watching all the Christmas movies and cuddling on the couch.

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  75. Last year the only thing the girls were into (they were 22 months) was lighting the candles on the menorrah. So for now, I'll go with that!

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  76. Well, we're going to Texas to get out of the Chicago cold! :)
    --Brandy
    fosterbrandy(at)msn(dot)com

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  77. follow you on fb (lynn wilson)
    --Brandy
    fosterbrandy(at)msn(dot)com

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  78. follow your twitter brandylwilson
    --Brandy
    fosterbrandy(at)msn(dot)com

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  79. We go downtown with the grandparents and see all the beautiful Christmas trees they have decorated. Then of course little brother likes to visit Santa while his older brother (w/ special needs) hides with his Dad in the crowd to just get a peek.

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  80. I'm looking forward to seeing the Christmas lights. Its a tradition!

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  81. i like you on fb as amanda sakovitz

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  82. i follow you on twitter @aes529

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  83. http://twitter.com/#!/aes529/status/142745116912795649

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  84. I'm looking forward to hanging out with my brother and is family. He is a Marine and this is the first time he'll have come home in over 2 years.

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  85. Looking forward to new holiday experiences each day in my daughter's (2 year old) eyes. It's such a magical time and each day brings a whole new world of new experiences during the holidays.

    Elizabeth_webb1976@yahoo.com

    I am a FB follower...

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  86. Honestly? I just want a little snow. It would make the cold, frozen Minnesota ground look so much better. Then, my kids will be able to play in it, unlike last year, when they were too little. (They like mittens and hats this year too, so that's a plus.)

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  87. I tweeted this giveaway!

    https://twitter.com/#!/SnapsOfOurLife/status/142771722972708864

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  88. I am looking forward to decorating cookies with the kids! Such a fun tradition.
    rebeckstar@yahoo.com

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  89. Mostly, I'm just looking to relax and enjoy family. My parents are coming for a week, and we haven't planned any outings. I'd like to keep it that way. J is wishing for enough snow to sled. We just cleaned out the garage to make an "invention laboratory" for J & her Daddy, so I can't wait to give her some of the new tools we bought her (kid sized!) for Christmas gifts.

    Thanks so much for the chance to enter such a fantastic giveaway!

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  90. Looking forward to being off Xmas eve & day for the first time in over 17 years (healthcare). Won't know what to do!

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  91. I am looking forward to seeing my youngest two experience Christmas. My daughter just turned three and has cerbral palsy, so a lot of her "firsts" don't really happen until her "thirds" or "fourths". She's so cute though! Also, my youngest will be 2 in January so I think this will be an awesome experience for him. My 13 & 5 year old are ol' pros!

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  92. Link to the tweet: https://twitter.com/#!/tobyalan82/status/142779604350926848

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  93. Once snow starts falling here, I will probably be able to send you some by the pound!

    I look forward to watching my son bowl and going to a movie with my family.

    luvsherfam @ gmail dot com

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  94. I follow you on twitter @rsmstahley
    luvsherfam @ gmail dot com

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  95. I tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/rsmstahley/status/142804812113772544

    luvsherfam @ gmail dot com

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  96. looking forward to Christmas cards! FB too. ospina21@yahoo.com

    thanks for this!

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  97. I'm looking forward to meeting my girlfriends for our Christmas get together. Always fun!
    tweety800265(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  98. I follow you on twitter @disneyfan40
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  99. I “like” you on facebook. FB name Jan Peoples
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  100. Tweeted
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  101. I'm looking forward to our ski trip.

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  102. Like Love That Max on Facebook
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  103. Follow Love That Max on Twitter@tcarolinep

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  104. blogged.http://tcarolinep.blogspot.com/2011/12/giveawaylove-that-max.html

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  105. https://twitter.com/#!/tcarolinep/status/142860589792886784

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  106. I think this year I'm most looking forward to doing all of the traditional things around the house with my kids; the baking cookies, decking the halls, and attempting to finally make a gingerbread house that doesn't collapse.

    myfavoriteperson@hotmail.com

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  107. I usually work Sundays and holidays, but I will actually have Christmas Day off, so I really look forward to it! I will enjoy having a nice Christmas dinner with my family.

    cardprincess(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  108. I like Love That Max on Facebook as Tracy Robertson.

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  109. I follow Love That Max on twitter @tracylr233

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  110. I tweeted
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  111. I'm looking forward to camping with my family. Especially to waking up with my husband for coffee before the kids wake up and savoring it along with the sunrise, by the beach. YES! Bring it ON!

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  112. Of course I like you on facebook already

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  113. ...and of course I like you on twitter too

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  114. Our fun will be an unscheduled, therapy free week with family and friends! Local bounce house places, indoor playgrounds and hopefully some fun in the snow. :) Thanks for the opportunity! lys76 at msn dot com

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  115. I love cooking a big breakfast after the kids have opened their gifts!

    azimmerman@sumcd.org

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  116. I follow you on FB!

    azimmerman@sumcd.org

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  117. I look forward to visiting NYC, taking my daughter to see the skaters at Bryant Park, listening to my mother-in-law play holiday music and jazz on her white piano, celebrating my husband's b-day on Christmas (yes, he has a bit of a J-complex), and best of all, eating Chinese food, the food of my people, on Christmas day!

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  118. I'm looking forward to out of town company from MT and CO and Papa (my husband) playing Santa to all of our little ones with the help of our 5 yr old grandson being Santa's helper. And hoping to get those few perfect photo's of it all.

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  119. Christmas Movies! I'm a grad student, so Netflix is going to be my solace after this is all done.

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  120. I am looking forward to building a campfire in our fire pit with the snow gently falling, roasting marshmallows!

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  121. I am looking forward to ice skating--my daughter is getting her own skates. Adding to our Draidle collection and eating way to many latkes. mara@letkidsplay.com

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  122. I follow you on Twitter and have "Liked" you on FD

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  123. Looking forward to sledding and driving around lOoking at Xmas lights. Chelsea.c.robinson@gmail.com

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  124. go to ski with my family
    merleandtina@yahoo.com

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  125. Like Love That Max on Facebook
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  126. http://twitter.com/#!/HappyTina0115/status/143033083329921024
    merleandtina@yahoo.com

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  127. We are looking forward to Toy Story Disney on Ice and lots of baking and family time.

    amybabya79@yahoo.com

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  128. Like you on FB. Amy Carlson

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  129. Follow on Twitter @ambabya

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  130. http://twitter.com/#!/aes529/status/143038305309700096
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  131. We like to drive out to the country and saw down our own Christmas tree. Followed by a meal out to a restaurant and cups of hot chocolate as we set up the tree in the living room.

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  132. I am looking forward to being at home with my kids! Getting a break from the running around, appointments & having quiet time (as quiet as that is with a 4&7 year old!) and playing board games, cooking and just hanging out.

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  133. My favoite things in the winter are going for long walks in the snow blizzards and just spending time with family and friends

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  134. We love to build snowmen and make homemade cookies and enjoy hot cocoa. We also love to snuggle up and watch family movies when the weather is bad.
    Thanks so much.
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  135. Like Love That Max on Facebook (Margaret E. Smith)
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  136. Follow Love That Max on Twitter (peg42)
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  137. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/peg42/status/143129901552246784
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  138. Looking forward to decorating the tree together and the family get togethers


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  139. I like Love That Max on FB (Alyce Poalillo)


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  140. I follow you on Twitter (ampcat)


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  141. My daughter is 10. This definitely will be her last "Santa" year; the writing has been on the wall for awhile, but this year so far she still believes in the Magic. So I am looking forward to one last morning of true Magic with both kids: she and her brother (who has a cognitive disability and is likely to go on believing for far longer) and the pure joy of childhood reflected in their faces on Christmas morning.

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  142. I can't wait to exchange gifts. I really put a lot of thought into them and am excited to see reactions.

    Rachel AT houndsinthekitchen DOT com

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  143. I am looking forward to baking cookies with my kids(and I hope they don't eat more dough than goes into the oven), decorating clear ornaments we got last winter in the clearance sales, introducing them to ice skating (and I hope they do better than I do!!) and having quiet days at home!

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  144. We are looking forward to starting The Elf on the Shelf tradition, hanging lights outside for the first time, and just enjoying family.

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  145. I am looking forward to baking cookies with my family.

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  146. i just want to get my newborn son home from the hospital in time for christmas. He was born Nov 7th and we do not know if he will be home in time for his first Christmas. I can not wait to just sit with him by the tree and take lots of pictures


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  147. I think most of all this year getting everyone together. I am looking forward especially to seeing Aunt Mary- we dont see her enough and she always gives great hugs!


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  148. I follow Max on FB ellen beck
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  149. I dont know how because I had followed you on twitter forever but I wasnt following you but am again- here I thought I was missing ya cause you were busy! @tannawings
    baypayments@yahoo.com

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  150. http://twitter.com/#!/tannawings/status/143215404481916928

    baypayments@yahoo.com

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  151. We are looking forward to going to special holiday shows and events like the Nutcracker, a special Muppets movie and show at the historic El Captian theater in Hollywood and then a short family vacation in Palm Springs.

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  152. daily tweet
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  153. all I want for Christmas is Jack to find his family! he's an 11 yo orphan with HIV who said to the director "what do I need to do for a Mom to come? Do you know where she is? Is she looking for me?"

    Break. My. Heart.

    I'd use this giftcard to buy something "big" that I can use for a giveaway to raise awareness!

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  154. I'm looking forward to our first Christmas as a family of 4!!

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  155. I'm looking forward to having the kids all at home and not having to deal with the stress that comes with school. Letting them play outside, with no schedules!

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  156. I follow on twitter (@shellthings)

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  157. I'm looking forward to backing Christmas Sugar Cookies and other sweets
    aechika at hotmail dot com

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  158. I follow on fb: Babee Love
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  159. Twitter follower: BabeeLove

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  160. tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/BabeeLove/status/143356987000889344
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  161. http://twitter.com/#!/aes529/status/143376907453472770

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  162. Every year our family has a Family Night, Christmas Edition. We have a fire in the fireplace and turn off all the lights in the house except Christmas decor and candles. Then we put a blanket on the floor and eat ice cream, because what's a family night without ice cream?! This s followed up by a fun family activity. One of our favorite traditions!

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  163. I look forward to longs sundays home together baking cookies oh and the snow days when all the kids in the building get outside for some snow fun- snow ball fights, snowmen, sledding...etc

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  164. I follow you on twitter @aahaft

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  165. https://twitter.com/#!/aahaft/status/143448530181308417

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  166. Looking forward to my son's first Christmas program at church

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  167. I'm looking forward to making soft pretzels with my 4 year old. He's been begging for them!

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  168. I'm looking forward to the Christmas break so I can do some things with my grand kids - go into Boston to see the lights and go to the museum, go to a play, play in the snow (if there is any), ...... just be together.

    clenna at aol dot com

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  169. I Like Love That Max on Facebook

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