RACK & Giveaway!

As I've read over my blog reader this month, I've seen many others moms sharing about their children they are missing this holiday season. I've been encouraged reading how they are still including them in their celebrations, even many who are further along on this journey than I am. Just goes to show no amount of time will remove the pain we feel or the holes left in our lives by our sweet children. They will always be a part of our family!



I have mentioned a few times about R.A.C.K (random acts of Christmas kindness) as a wonderful way to bless someone while honoring & including Noah (and other babies) during the Christmas season. I have appreciated the few friends who have done that this year already! After all, isn't that what Christmas is about, giving to & blessing others?

One of these sweet friends recently blessed me with a gift. She said she wanted to do something for us for Christmas in Noah's memory and sent me some wonderful smelling Scentsy products to encourage me this Christmas season! I want to build off what she did and pay it forward.

So for a Christmas gift in honor of my precious Noah, I want to bless one of YOU with this awesome gift! It is one of the Scentsy warmers called "Heavenly". My friend said immediately it makes her think of Noah when she looks at, and I agree! I think of Heaven & Noah when I see the angels on it. In addition to the warmer, you'll also get 3 different scent bars in the scents of Luna, Black Raspberry Vanilla & Peppermint Dreams. (and boy do they all smell AMAZING!)


There are several ways you can enter this drawing listed below. For those interested, one of the entries is for doing a RACK in Noah's memory. I will leave this drawing open for a week so you'll have time to fill out the other entries then come back & fill that one out if you'd like.

"It is more blessed to give than to receive."
Acts 20:35b


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38 comments

  1. I'm looking forward to all the time my husband is getting off. He is so busy with work and school, it will be nice to have him home more.

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  2. My thoughts are with you this Christmas time. My three year old passed away Sept 1999 she would be 17 now, you always remember.

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  3. Seeing my children's faces on Christmas morning. We always remember our dear Heather.

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  4. We have helped a family in need this Christmas.

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  5. Tomorrow my whole family is volunteering at a Christmas Toy Store for underprivileged families and we're looking forward to serving in that way.

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  6. This may be a double post - I'm not seeing the comment I left, so maybe it went into moderation? We are all volunteering tomorrow at a Christmas toy store for families in need. I'm glad for an opportunity to plug my kids into a helping role right now.

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  7. I am planning to donate food and household items to a neighbor in need, my fb is Michelle Trump and my email is tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  8. I'm looking forward to being a family of 4 this year. This is also the first year that my son really understands what's going on, so I know he is going to love Christmas morning.

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. What a beautiful gesture! 2 Christmas's ago, the car in front of us paid for our order at Starbucks (a rare indulgance). I was going through a lot of grief (my dad had just died). It was such a sweet, random hug from the universe.
    I'm your newest follower and fellow Crew member. I pray that you have a blessed Advent.

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  10. Hi, Jenn, We are going to volunteer giving food boxes to the needy on Christmas Eve. I just love your blog and you!

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  11. We always enjoy riding around town with the kids late at night to see everyone's Christmas lights!

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  12. looking forward to seeing my parents debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  13. we adopt a family in need and i give at school also debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  14. We donated gifts for four children this Christmas. What a blessing it is for us to help others.

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  15. Looking forward to my husband being home for the holidays and not deployed like he has been for several Christmas' passed.

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  16. We are still unemployed this Christmas season, but God blessed us with some extra ingredients to share wonderful baked goods with some who would have nothing this season!! Praise the LORD for the ability to share with others, and especially sharing all He does for us each minute of each day!!!

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  17. I'm looking forward to reading the Christmas story with my children and singing Carols and praying together. We are so blessed.

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  18. I am looking forward to spending time with aging grandparents, who knows how long they will be with us!

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  19. I can't wait to sleep under the Christmas tree!

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  20. we are looking forward to celebrating Christmas in our new house we just moved into on the first of December.

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  21. I am looking forward to surprising my family in MO on Christmas morning! I cannot wait to see the looks on their faces as I show up at their doorstep!!!

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  22. Operation Christmas is always a favorite Christmas tradition

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  23. I look forward to watching The Polar Express with family this christmas! And secret santa with friends<3

    Lilian @ A Novel Toybox

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  24. My brother got to come home this past week from Afghanastan, so my Christmas has already been merrier.

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  25. I am looking forward to Christmas morning with my hubs here. He had to work last year, and it just wasn't the same. :)

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  26. This year we bought Chick Fil A gift cards to hand out to those we saw on the streets asking for a meal. That way they could go and have a warm meal and it is close by to where they are :)

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  27. We are looking forward to a trip to see family that we haven't seen in quite awhile.

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  28. random act of kindess: we paid for the person's dinner behind us in line 2 nites ago. we had such a good time imagining their surprise when they went to pay :)

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  29. One of our favorite traditions is to go to the nursing home and sing Christmas carols to the residents. Seeing their smiles and them singing along always brings such warmth to my heart. It also helps to teach my daughter to share the joy of Christmas with others less fortunate.

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  30. I am looking forward to time spent with family and delicious desserts!

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  31. My favorite christmas memory was my son's first Christmas...made even more special because it was the first time our families had seen him in person.

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  32. I am looking forward to spending time with my family over Christmas. We have already made wonderful Christmas memories this past weekend by going to see Christmas shows and Christmas lights. I can't wait to do more together. I love watching the wonderment and excitement in their eyes.

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  33. My favorite Christmas memory? When my son picked out his first ornament at 16 months old (has become a tradition every Christmas). It was a Snoopy ornament and he still loves it!

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  34. My family bought Christmas gifts for my grandmother's two neighbor's children. They have helped her out so much this year and we know that they're hurting in some ways financially. We didn't spend much, but made sure to get each child at least 2 gifts. It's been a blast buying for those littles again!

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  35. I am looking forward to our Christmas Eve Eve tradition. We gather with friends (AKA like our family) for a tamale feast before church service. The church service is uplifting ... it is truly outstanding! Then, we head over to Trail of Lights. We visit afterwards until the wee hours. We read Christmas books that discuss the real reason why we celebrate Christmas. It is a wonderful night full of joy and love. I would love to win this giveaway so that I can gift it to a friend that recently lost her child. She wears an angel necklace to remember her baby girl and I immediately thought of her and her family. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  36. We have a secret sister program at church. One of the ladies in our church doesn't have a lot of money and doesn't have a lot of friends. Although I have a secret sister assigned to me, I am planning on giving her something too, because she hasn't received anything from her secret sister yet.

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  37. So precious! What a sweet way to remember your precious Noah:) I love random acts of kindness:) We have donated clothes and toys, donated to Salvation Army, donated to other organizations, read books to residents at the nursing home.

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  38. I posted this giveaway on Facebook:

    https://www.facebook.com/MoReenie/posts/206348039502553

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com
    FB Name: Maureen Armstrong Tenney

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I enjoy hearing from each & every one of you! Thanks for taking the time to comment. :)