Tuesday, July 22, 2008

ParkingPal Giveaway!

Closed Winner will be contacted shortly!

I had the pleasure of Trying one of these neat little creations out, so I stuck one just like the one above to my truck and took off, my son is 2 so I was a little worried he would not under stand what to do when we got out of the truck in the parking lot I told him to give the ParkingPal a High Five and He did so I could get his sister and my bags out of the truck, just not long enough before I knew it he had let go and was off so I think he was still just a little to young for it!
So I came up with a new way to use the ParkingPal in my home until he is old enough to use it in a parking lot and me feel comfortable that he will not run off again LOL! We are trying time outs around our house but again he is not picking up on the hole knees thing so I was sitting him in a chair but when the ParkingPal came along I decided to try a new way of things I stuck it to a surface in my home and when he needs to cool off he puts his hand there for his cooling down time and it works great! So until he is ready for the Parking Lot we will practice in our home Thanks ParkingPal!

How would you like to win your own ParkingPal?

I have this Fishy ParkingPal up for grabs
All you have to do is go to the ParkingPal website come back here and leave me a comment telling me one of the safety tips & stats it is that easy!
Everyone is welcome to enter, Please make sure there is a way for me to get intouch with you either by your blog or your email, contest will end July 29, 2008. Winner will be chosen by Random.org
For extra entries:
1. you can blog about this giveaway then in a separate comment leave me a link back to it.
2. add my button to your blog and in a separate comment let me know
or 3. subscribe to my feed and in a separate comment let me know

Thanks and Good Luck!
Closed Winner Will Be Contacted Shortly!

54 comments:

  1. tiffany neatheryJuly 22, 2008 at 7:07 AM

    wow this is something new i would love to try out with my son!

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  2. This would be great for my almost 5 year old, the gas tank door gets old! haha

    Eileen-Lilly(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  3. Your button is on my blog.

    Eileen-Lilly(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  4. I subscribe to your feed =)

    Eileen-Lilly(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  5. I found two I liked.
    Teach them that parked vehicles might move and teach them to stay safely away
    Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle

    Nora
    neneelynn@yahoo.com

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  6. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle

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  7. your button is on my blog http://iluvcontest.blogspot.com/

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  8. http://iluvcontest.blogspot.com/2008/07/parkingpal-giveaway.html

    I blog about it :)

    sherrygo at hotmail dot com

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  9. Its really dangerous to have kids play around the vehicle especially at the back of the car. So its always good to tell them NEVER TO PLAY around or behind.

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  10. This is such a great product! I love the fish design.
    gkstratos@ yahoo.com

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  11. Subscriber to your feed. Thanks!
    gkstratos@ yahoo.com

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  12. Wow, what a great idea. This would really help my son with his 3 young children. Thanks.

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  13. I like this tip the best, it is one I remind the kids everyday.

    Teach them never to play in driveways

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  14. Never leave a child unattended around a moving vehicle, not even for a few seconds.
    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. It really is a great idea.
    doot65[at]comcast[dot]net

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  15. don't let the children play in driveway

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  16. i like the one with the dinos on it

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  17. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle

    This is a cool product.

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  18. Know where your children are in parking lots when loading and unloading.

    Thank you!

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  19. never play behind a car when it is parked

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  20. By daughter knows NEVER to play in the driveway!

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  21. As soon as mine are old enough they will learn...never play in driveways or behind a parked car.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  22. I'd love to win this for my 4 yr old son. Thank you :)

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  23. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle

    i think that's something you always think they know but you forget they don't have the life experience to tell them this isn't a great idea. you hear about kids being killed this way when parents run over their children. how heartbreaking

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  24. I think the picture of that many kids behind the SUV and them unable to see the little one's is the most profound to me! How scary that a whole class of kids could be back there and no one would know it.

    A parking pal is ALOT better than a dirty car (especially in the winter!)

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  25. One of the tips: Teach children that vehicles can be dangerous and drivers cannot always see them

    Thanks!

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  26. You're text link is on my blog, not the button dunno if that counts or not

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  27. teach kids that parked vehicle might more
    cherylfrancisco@hotmail.com

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  28. Teach children that vehicles can be dangerous.

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  29. Teach them that parked vehicles might move and teach them to stay safely away

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  30. I teach my kids not to play in the driveway away from vehicles even when they aren't moving.
    cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  31. I have 2 running children and a third on the way... This would be a lifesaver, literally.

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  32. Teach them to never play around or behind a vehicle!
    Safety is always better than dealing with the consequences!
    Carolyn
    ceimusic@aol.com

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  33. I subscribed to your blog Im really new to all that is blog so Im not sure if I did it right or not. I have two boys who would so think this is the coolest thanks for the chance to win it!
    Millicent C.
    millicentscakes@yahoo.com

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  34. One of their tips is to teach kids to never play in driveways. With two new kids on their way from Africa (we are adopting) this will be an invaluable resource for us.

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  35. What a great idea.

    People tend to let their guard down.

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  36. Teach them to never play around a vehicle!

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  37. Hi I added your button on my blog

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  38. teach them to stay away from cars while playing.

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  39. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle.

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  40. This is such a great product! I love the fish design.

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  41. Teach children that vehicles can be dangerous and drivers cannot always see them.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    carissaad at aol dot com

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  42. Never play behind a car when it is parked.

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  43. Never play in driveways. Steven Curtis Chapman just lost his daughter a few months ago when she was struck by her brother in their driveway. Breaks my heart for their family. It's so difficult to see a child sitting down in a driveway when you turn in sometimes. Especially when people have bushes and fences along obstructing your view.

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  44. Know where your children are in parking lots when loading and unloading

    luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

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  45. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle .ty 4 the nice contest!:)

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  46. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle

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  47. Teach them NEVER to play around or behind a vehicle

    cdrury@gmail.com

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  48. Everyone talks around not playing outside the car; but how about teaching children the location for locks in a car; how many die from suffocation in hot cars; many thanks and don't forget the window releases; many thanks today and again; SW

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  49. Never Leave Your Child Unattended While Using Parking Pal.

    ginnyswe at gmail . com

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  50. Teach your children to NEVER play around or behind a vehicle.

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  51. People tend to let their guard down.

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