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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Million Moms Challenge
I have another personal guest post to share as part of ABC’s Million Moms challenge.  We aren’t talking coupons or money, but something much more precious: babies. I have done my best to put into words what it was like holding our two tiny girls for the first time.

You can read the full guest post and enter the Million Moms Challenge gift pack giveaway while you are there. I’d love to know what the experience of holding your little one for the first time was like for you.

The Million Moms Challenge has a goal of building a million member online community of Americans to help moms & babies overseas, so get signed up to be apart of it!

    • Jennifer

      OK, this is all well and good, but what about the horrendous abortion rate in this country??  Isn’t it hypocritical of ABC to post this??  We’ve totally lost sight of what’s truly important.  (Love, love, love your site, btw.)

    • my roomate’s sister makes $72 every hour on the internet. She has been out of work for 5 months but last month her income was $7370 just working on the internet for a few hours. Go to this web site http://ufil.ms/jfiHL

      • Wvarner2000

        What does this have to do with seeing baby for the first time?

    • pattysue

      My ‘baby’ is now 31, but she is still my baby to me.  And I have the added blessing of three healthy granddaughters who love to be with their grandma.  Whether grown up or little, there is no greater joy than to be with them at birth and throughout their lives.  I am very very thankful for modern medical miracles for tiny preemies (which were needed!) and look forward to a time when moms all over the world have access to what is needed for birth and childhood – including proper medical care, nutritious food, and protection from diseases and other dangers

    • Kittie

      The first time I held my daughter was not the day she was born.  The first time I saw her was not the day she was born.  She was 15 weeks premature, and she weighed 1lb 12oz.  She was immediately rushed to the NICU when she was born, and I was not allowed out of bed.  However we have been very fortunate.  She will be 4 years old this week, and she is doing great!

      • Yuliyaporter

        Oh, my Gosh!!!  Can’t  even  even  imagine what  you’ve  been  through!!!  I had my  twin girls 3 weeks  premature and  they  looked  sooooo tiny, but  not  even  close  to yours!!!!  Praise  God  you have  a healthy, happy  child!  God bless you!!!!!

      • WendiBrooke

        Same here but my girl will be four in Jan.! 

    • Artmaurer

      many moms here need help so why only help the ones overseas

      • April

        I agree that many moms here need help, but there are many outlets here for moms to get the help they need. Our government practically pays people to have babies these days…not to mention that MANY of the moms (and dads) in the U.S.A don’t even want to help themselves, and depend fully on the government (AKA: Our tax dollars). The fact that moms in other countries need help is due to THEIR crappy government, the area in which they live (whether they have clean water, adequate medical care, etc) and a lack of education. Some countries look down on women having an education at all.
        Finally, and not to bring religion into this, but I seriously doubt that God would say, “Only do for those in the country in which you live”.
        I understand what you’re saying, and I used to think like that myself until I sat back and compared what our people have access to as opposed to other countries. The thing that makes me mad is when our government sends billions of dollars that we don’t have to help other countries during natural disasters. I think a little help is fine, and sending manpower is great, but not billions of dollars that will put us in further debt.

      • Dahnelle

        Because the moms here don’t need NEARLY as much help as the ones in other countries. You can scavenge garbarge cans for the food Americans throw away and get more food than some of those in other countries do in a week–and with less disease.

      • guest

        Because donations here are tracked like a hawk. Donations over there can get lost, spent in other ways than intended. Which is why most organizations help overseas. No where near the accounting/accountability headache. 

    • Julie

      I told my story under yours Jenny, but something went wrong & my picture isnt with it like everyone elses…anyway, I’m the “Julie” w/o a picture!