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#MillionMoments of Parenthood

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 Powered by Mom Blog wants to share some of her OVERjoyed, OVERtired and other memories (some still in the making) of parenthood!

We also want to share an AWESOME Fisher Price giveaway (Canada Only)

 If you’re a parent you’ve experience a Million Moments of all kinds like being overdue, overjoyed, overprotective and so much more. We want to share with you some of our moments and then get you to share some of yours and in doing so be entered in a fabulous contest being held by Fisher Price!  They have weekly prizes with each prize pack being valued at approximately $200!

 Here’s one of our moments with our daughter at her Grade Two Christmas Concert! Is she having an OVER joyed moment or what?!

Our little performer whose petite stature always had her placed in the front row and she could see her dad taking pictures so she “performed” for us and sang her heart out. She’s also our little singer who has a great voice and that’s not just parental pride talking lol

Christmas Concert Moment Fisher Price

The Prize Packs for the Fisher Price Giveaway include the following!

    1.  My Little Snugabunny™ Bouncer ($89.99 CAD)
    2. Laugh & Learn™ Dance & Play Puppy ($59.99 CAD)
    3. Ocean Wonders™ Aquarium ($54.99 CAD)

I know that Fisher Price has shared in many of our favorite moments with our daughter as we had several Fisher Price toys around the house. In fact we still have several that are favorites of our daughter’s that she doesn’t want to let go of  like her Little People toys. She still loves them and shares them with her 7 year old cousin who comes to our house a few days a week. The Fisher Price name is one we’ve always trusted for children’s toys!

Now for some more fun here’s a collage of some more of #MillionMoments over the last 11 years with our daughter.

fisher price collage multi

As you can see we have some wonderful memories as parents and we can’t wait to make some more with our daughter! Enjoy your moments and share them and be entered for the Fisher Price Giveaway! You can go HERE to enter for your chance at one of the weekly prizes!

 

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By on March 11th, 2013

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I’m Michelle aka Powered by Mom. I’m married with one daughter, my hubby was my high school sweetheart, our two dogs Nyx and Cleo and our cat Oliver. As you can see we’re a family of animal lovers. We love to travel when we can, try different food and activities all over the world and enjoy being together. My passions are writing, travelling, creating new recipes, encouraging people to adopt not shop and just to enjoy life while we can.

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31 thoughts on “#MillionMoments of Parenthood”

  1. My kids are all grown up now 30 & 32, I have 2 grandchildren 4 & 7, wow we had a lot of great times together, their dad passed away with leukemia when they were 2 & 4, there wasn’t very many things that I did without them, but our summer beach trips were the best. Now my daughter has 2 of her own and their daddy passed away 2 years ago and now my grandbabies have to grow up without their dad. Some painful times, but also some great times.

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  2. Looks like she is having fun and that is really all that matters for children. I keep telling them to enjoy themselves now because once they become adults it isn’t going to be that way forever.

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  3. your daughter is a beautiful little girl, I myself have a little girl (16 months old) i love being a mom, she makes my life worth living, every little moment is greater than the last and there have been so many memories 🙂

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  4. Sharing memories is absolutely wonderful!!! I always remember my baby boy was born 🙂 Some memories stay with us forever!!! Thanks for sharing this your daughter is adorable 🙂

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  5. Oh the memories you are capturing! I love to look at pictures of my kids, who are now 26 and 32, when they were small. I now capture the grandkids as much as I can. priceless!

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  6. I enjoy my one daughter I have left and watching her with her daughter reminds me so much of life as i raised to two daughters I tell everyone greanddaughters and grandson or funnier because you can spoil them more then your own kids because parents must to the hard job of teaching right from wrong and grandparents job is to have fun with them .

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  7. i love when my kids have those amazing kodak moments, i even take pictures when my kids are being nasty and throwing fits, i show them later on down the road and they freakout cause i have such a crazy picture, awsome post thanks a bunch for sharing your pics

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  8. Enjoy your babies while they’re there. Turn around twice and they’ll be grown and moved out. I can’t believe my oldest will be 40 this year.

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  9. I love being a mother and grandmother and have such a great enjoyment of seeing them grow with pictures and accomplishments

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  10. I love being a parent as well. I sometimes cant believe I have been so blessed as to have the children that I do. I thank god all the time that I have them.

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  11. Shes so precious! I absolutely love making memories and capturing them with my step son! I can’t wait to have more soon! <3

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  12. She is just beautiful. I absolutely love the paint photo, the look on her face says it all. My daughter will turn 2 next month and I cannot believe how fast it has gone by. Everyone tells me that it just flies by and I believe it!

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  13. I have so many memories of my son. When I think about all the plays and spelling bees he was in I have to smile 🙂 No one can take your memories away!

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  14. I love being a parent. My children are my greatest achievements. Knowing that they are becoming well rounded adults gives me great pleasure. I have innumerable memories of watching them in church and school plays and concerts. Graduating from high school and college, getting married and having children of their own. It’s hard work, but it’s Worth IT

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