Monday, April 25, 2011

A Got MILF Giveaway!

Happy Monday peeps! I'm so excited for this Giveaway..
Does it seem that I have been using the word MILF a whole hell of a lot lately? Good. If you are a sexy confident mom, you should be using it too. If I had a dollar for every time I saw a woman who decided to give up on herself, I would flipping rich! Trust me, I know there is a lot for us moms trying to juggle kids, work (inside the home and out) plus keeping a handle on the never ending social calendar of the family, but rocking a messy ponytail (in a scrunchy no less) is NOT the answer. You can maintain that inner gorgeous you and embrace the fact that you can still be sexy, stylish and a yes, a MILF (all while wiping baby puke off your shirt). Ladies, I am here to tell you it is possible and time to put some sexy back into Motherhood! 

Remember that wonderful author Sarah Maizes that I mentioned in a post last week? Well she graciously sent me a copy of her book "Got MILF?: The Modern Mom's Guide to Feeling Fabulous, Looking Great and Rocking a Minivan" for a GIVEAWAY!! Woot woot!

So here is what you need to do to try and win this great giveaway..
~ If you are already a follow, please leave a comment that you are a follower. 
~ Become a follower of this blog and let me know you're a new follower. 
~ Let me know what makes you a MILF? (double your chances to win)
~ And another chance to win.. Just blog about it on your blog and then leave a comment letting me know (3 chances!). 

Contest will end Friday, April 29th and the winner will be announce Monday May 2nd!
I took the liberty of thumbing through the book, and you won't be disappointed. This book is hilarious and oh so true!! GOOD LUCK!

13 comments:

Life in Rehab said...

Okay, Tana, I am officially a stalker!

Life in Rehab said...

The hubs already says I'm his hot goddess, but one of our best friend couples has two adorable daughters, and I'll bet she'd love getting this book as a gift.

Kim said...

Girl you are hilarious! I'm so with you on this. I strive to keep myself looking my best while wiping puke and pee off of my knock-off designer clothes. LOL! Thanks for the inspiration and count me in!
xoxo,
Kim

Kate @ The Gaines Gang said...

So fun!

I try to keep looking fesh and stylish..only to notice that my youngest has placed stickers all over my backside only to find them after I have run to the mall!

can't wait to check intot his book.

Brandi said...

HA! MILF I am not! Ponytail, scrunchy, that's me!!! Hopefully winning a copy of this book will help me bring out my "inner gorgeous"!!!

HayesTone said...

Hi Tana! Your newest follower :-) MILF's unite! I am a milf because I try to keep it all together while being a single mother of two great kids, but keeping my own identity as well. I'm not a fashion plate, but I don't just let it all go, either! Thanks for the giveaway. This book sound hilarious!
~Laura
hayestone.blogspot.com

Brenda said...

I am your newest follower! Thanks for the chance(s)!

Brenda said...

I am going to be honest here, I had to Google what MILF was! Hahaha! I am not so sure that I fit the bill, but my husband likes me, so at least somebody does! I just throw out some dance moves from the 80's and it is all over after that!

Cara said...

new follower and from jersey too! <3

Amanda @ Mamaslittleladybugs.blogspot.com said...

I am a follower. Love your blog!

Amanda @ Mamaslittleladybugs.blogspot.com said...

What makes me a MILF: well, after becoming "one of those wives" that has let it all go, I started my journey on changing my ways about 6 weeks ago. I am at the gym 3 - 5x a week, I'm doing facials about 3x a month, and I'm starting to color my hair again. After living on the couch for the last 3 years, in a scunchie, with food stuck in my teeth... I am definitly on the road to MILFdom.

Mummy Maggie said...

Hi Tana! I am a follower of your blog {love your style!} :))

Mummy Maggie said...

Hmmm...what makes me a MILF? I'm still trying to figure that out {it's been a hard few weeks adjusting to my 4 month old's new routine of waking up all night! I'd say that I have stayed true to myself as a person and not let myself go when becoming a mother. I take {reasonably!} good care of myself - exercise, eating well, staying busy, pursuing my passions.