Monday, June 15, 2009

GIVEAWAY: Dance Me Daddy Children's Book

Three Goodies for Mom readers will each win a copy of Dance Me, Daddy by award-winning singer and song writer Cindy Morgan.

Dance Me, Daddy is a great gift for dad and his little girl this Father's Day. It celebrates the strength, safety, and unconditional love between a father and his daughter. It highlights the special bond that only a father and his daughter share. It even includes a CD to get the princess' party started from Point of Grace. The beautiful photos and melodious story will be adored by any girl being read to by her father.

From the book:
"Dance me, Daddy. Dance me around. Don’t let my feet ever touch down. There’s nothing better than being your girl. If I am your princess, then you are king of the world.”

About Cindy Morgan
A songwriter's songwriter, Cindy Morgan has garnered eighteen number one hits that include ‘Listen’, ‘Praise the King’, ‘Take my life’, and ‘I Know You’; as well as Point of Grace’s recent hit ‘How You Live’. Morgan has garnered several Dove Awards and Billboard Music Video Award nominations. Her songs have been recorded by luminaries such as Michael W. Smith, Point Of Grace, Avalon, Rachael Lampa, Brit Nicole, Mandisa, The Martins, Michael English, BeBe Winans, Sandi Patty, Jaci Velasquez, Mark Schultz, John Tesh, and Natalie Grant.

Cindy and her husband, author Sigmund Brouwer and their daughters Olivia and Savannah, divide their time between homes in Canada and Tennessee.

ENTER TO WIN

To enter the giveaway, tell us your favorite memory of time with your father. Deadline is Monday, June 22, 2009 at midnight EST. Open to US residents only.

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59 comments:

MJ said...

We had a farm out in the country. Every afternoon when my Dad got off work, he'd load up our 2 Boxers and take them out for a run. I loved going out there with him. We had some of our best "talks' out there.

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gahome2mom said...

One of my favorites is when he escorted my fiancee' and me to get married. :) This is one of the best things he ever did.

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MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

walking along the waters at lake michigan

Shauna said...

Would l♥ve to win this please :)
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spacebarshift said...

tweeted giveaway at spacebarshift. Already follow feed and twitter. Favorite Fatherly memory would be the times he drove me to the bus stop so I could go to Seattle for the Film Festival.

Katrina said...

my best memories with my dad are when he would take just me, not mom or brother, out hunting for the weekend. The weekend was all about me and those are memories I will always have.

Anonymous said...

my best memory with my dad was when i got married and he walked me down the aisle.

all he would keep whispering was walk slower.. walk slower.

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tatertot374 said...

I would love to win this. My Dad is a wonderful man. My best memory is of when he married my mom 14 years ago and came up to me and hugged me and told me he will always be there for me no matter what. Very sweet. Thank you for the chance
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Shelly said...

Mine is from when Mom was away and he would always buy Sara Lee cakes at the grocery store!

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judybrittle said...

Mine is when he would peel some potatoes cut them up and make us the best french fries. It was just so wonderful because he would talk to us the whole time and actually listen to us when we had something to say. Thank you!

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Camille said...

Looks like a cute book! My dad would help me shoot baskets early in the morning in preparation for basketball games!

Kristie said...

I have a bunch of favorites, like dad doing class projects with me, building the deck together, him taking me out for a father/daughter dinner or the 2 of us going to see Phantom of the Opera at the Pantages Theater in Toronto. I have a bunch of great memories with my dad! :-)

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One Frugal Girl said...

When I was small my father would take me to visit my grandmother on Sunday mornings. Back then kids could ride in the front seat. Whenever we went anywhere else my brother and I would ride in the back seat, but I'll never forget those Sunday morning trips in the front of the car, just me and my dad. It made me feel unbelievably special.

One Frugal Girl said...

I subscribe.

Gabriel J. said...

when he was driving me to my baseball practice!

Brimful Curiosities said...

We spent a lot of time fishing during the summer. He always takes the fish off the hook for me!

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Anonymous said...

My dad used to take my sister and I for a Sunday afternoon outing every week to the Bronx Zoo and the Botanical Gardens. After all the walking and playing and running and learning, dad would take us to Howard Johnson's for an ice cream Sundae. These memories are indeed amongst the most wonderful.
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Carolyn said...

My mother died when I was a child, so we had to pay for childcare and money was always tight.
In the summer evenings, my father would take my sister and I to different neighborhood parks. He'd read his paper and talk to us, as we played on the equipment.

I lost my dad this April and will miss him terribly.

The Demille's said...

I have lots of favorite memories but if I had to choose only one it would be one of our daddy daughter dates that my Dad took me fishing. It was just us and we got to sit and talk and just spend some special moments together!
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Beth said...

I loved playing ball with my dad. He got me my own glove so I could play catch with him and my brother. I was horrible but I still got to "play with the boys!"

I think this would be a great book for my girls to read with their dad.

BusyJulie said...

I would love to win this for my husband and my girls. Thanks!

Courtney said...

I didn't have a relationship with my father, but my daughter has the most wonderful daddy! Every day my husband comes home from work and he and our daughter go and play. He tosses her on the bed, runs around with her, sings silly songs - I know she'll remember that he took the time to do all of those things with her! They would love to read this book at bedtime together! Thanks for the giveaway.

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erma said...

One of my favorites is when he walk me down the isle for my wedding.
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Janet and Maya said...

I have good memories of fishing with my Dad. He loved to sit in a boat and just enjoy the world around him.

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Thanks for the giveaway!

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Janet and Maya said...

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Happy Father's Day, by the way!

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Anonymous said...

I liked to race cars around the track I got for Christmas one year with my dad while our cats watched, mesmerized! And, sometimes we played Goony Golf together, which was fun even though he beat me badly :)
renee
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Pam said...

My father loved to sing and was the choir director for his church. Before he died we took him to Houston for chemotherapy and while staying at a place they housed patients they had a hymn sing one night. He sang his heart out. I couldn't help but cry because he probably knew he was dying but he still enjoyed singing to the end.

Thanks.
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tina said...

My dad would take me to sporting events and concerts with my friends but my favorite memorys are when we would just sit and talk. He was a great listner thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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Lilith Silvermane said...

My favorite time with my dad was when he would joke around. It didn't happen very often, he took everything so seriously throughout his life, however those rare moments were so special!

Anonymous said...

My Father is stubborn personified.

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Xenia said...

My dad was famous for being able to fall asleep anytime, anywhere. One of my favorite memories was when I was a kid and we were at a fair/carnival not far from our house and, amidst all of the noise and chaos going on, there's my dad asleep under a tree.

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sherri419 said...

My dad had me in a fishing boat when I was still in diapers. By the time I could hold things, he had a fishing pole in my hand. I went fishing with my dad whenever possible and still do to this day. We have the best time together! Thanks!

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calgirl said...

My favorite memory with my father was when he would fix small engines I was the only one to help him take apart, clean and organize parts.

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kerri69 said...

my favorite memory would be playing softball with me and my sisters in the backyard

masonsgranny59 said...

We spent a lot of time fishing AND GARDENING:)

Gianna said...

Being able to spend time together traveling :)

Nancye said...

My fave memory is my dad giving me money for the ice cream man

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