Thursday, July 24, 2014

First Things First/Moon Pie Family Giveaway

Summer is all about family and spending quality time with the ones you love. And the more skills you develop the more time you invest in your family and your relationships. First Things First (FTF) is an award winning not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families. The website and online resources are AMAZING!

I was asked by one of my blog partners Partners Hub to watch 5 FTF videos and to pick my favorite to share with my readers. First off, I just want to say I loved them all. Each one spoke to me. My absolute favorite though was this one: 

There is nothing like a Daddy/Daughter relationship. I was just watching some home videos earlier this week of my husband and daughter. So sweet, and almost anytime I go to photograph the two she always wants to kiss his cheek. She loves him. He loves her. WE need more dates! She needs to see her parents date more and she needs a few Daddy/Daughter dates.

What do you think about the video? Tell me on the easy Rafflecopter form below and you will be entered to win a

MoonPie / First Things First Family Prize Pack, which includes: -His and Hers MoonPie T-shirts (2 Large T-shirts) and 2 Boxes of MoonPies.

I'm thinking an RC Cola and a Moon Pie would make an excellent date! 

About First Things First
First Things First (FTF) is an award winning not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening families in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

FTF is a resource that collaborates with and is supported by a broad cross-section of community organizations, groups and individuals.

FTF accomplishes it mission through meaningful media messaging and skill building classes.

Did you know:
• 24 million children are growing up in homes without their biological fathers.
• Only 30% of divorces are due to infidelity, addiction or abuse, 70% of divorces are due to couples feeling disconnected.
• Couples who manage to devote time specifically to one another at least once a week are markedly more likely to enjoy high-quality relationships and lower divorce rates, compared to couples who do not devote as much couple time to one another.
• Fathers provide unique benefits to their daughters through their active and positive presence from the time of birth all the way through adulthood.

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Disclosure: Many thanks to PartnersHub & FTF for providing the prize for this giveaway. Each household is only eligible to win One (1) First Things First Moon Pie Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.
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Kitchen Kelli said...

I really liked the subject of this video - when I was little my dad and I did all kinds of things together - mostly on the ranch but we had Saturday morning breakfast at a diner in town almost every weekend. We didn't call them dates back then, but I feel so sad for young women who do not have a close relationship with their own father...........It really DOES give you self-confidence!

1froglegs said...

At first I didn't see the daddy/daughter aspect until the twist at the end. I think fathers should try to spend as much time with their girls as they do with their boys.

carol w said...

love that video, she is so cute. I love when my husband does daddy/daughter dates.