“The Boy vs. Girl” Giveaway

By in Contest & Giveaways on 05 May 2008

About the product: Two lucky individuals will each receive one Lullaby CD, valued at $12.99. The CD contains one dozen lullabies to soothe your baby to sleep.

  1. Air on a G String
  2. Canon in D
  3. Come Together
  4. Concerto for Violin and Oboe
  5. Delicate Dreams
  6. Fur Elise
  7. Innocence
  8. Morning Mood
  9. Nocturne Es Dur
  10. Skyward Glance
  11. Supernova
  12. Well Tempered Bach

Are you eligible? You must have a valid email and U.S. mailing address.

How can I win? Leave a comment below and let us know if had preferred your first child to be a boy or a girl (or either), and why. Two random people will be selected as winners.

Am I the winner? If you are the winner, your name will be announced in the Winner’s Announcements category on Monday, May 12th, 2008. We will also notify you via email to obtain your mailing address so that we can mail you the CD. You will then have 3 days to respond to confirm your mailing address. Otherwise, you will forfeit your prize and we will select another winner.

When will this giveaway end? Winners will be announced on Monday, May 12th, 2008 at 9:00 pm PST.

This giveaway is now CLOSED. You may participate in our next giveaway.

28 Comments For This Post

  1. Carla Pullum says:

    Girl! We have alot of boys in the family!

  2. Valerie says:

    I wanted all my kids to be girls and my grandkids too and guess what
    I had two daughter and now they are grown and I have two granddaughters
    what a wish come true and I have live a very happy life with all
    my girls I could not have ask for anymore. My youngest daughter just
    got married and if she gets pregnant I want another girl. I just
    love little girls. They stay closer to you and are there for you I
    have seen it over and over again boys just leave their moms most of
    them and don’t care.

  3. trudee carreiro says:

    I perfer the girls as I always wanted a little girl having said that I have 3 girls and one boy my boy is the last and love him just the same

  4. sarah woods says:

    lets hear it for the girl; since that’s all we have in grandchildren. Many Thanks SW

  5. Christine Groce says:

    either. Just healthy. Please count me in. thanks!

  6. Pamela Hansen says:

    boy first because everyone needs a big brother

  7. Roseann Kies says:

    It really never mattered to me, because I had my one and only boy at the age of 40 and he’s healthy and happy. That’s all that really matters!

  8. Melissa Resnick says:

    girl !!! why, no one reason

  9. At first I wanted my first child to be a boy.

  10. jennefer sweitzer says:

    we wanted a girl, we had her name picked out for years and when i got pregnant we couldn’t pick a boys name.

  11. ~ Aliesa ~ says:

    It doesn’t matter. Life is a gift.

  12. Grace says:

    A boy, and boy we got, because he is the first grandchild on both sides but will carry on his father’s family name.

  13. Barbara Fox says:

    I didn’t care either way, I just wanted it to be a good baby…I was only 18 and had never even babysat!

  14. Katherine Frazier says:

    I wanted a girl but in the long run was very blessed by a boy.

  15. Susanne Troop says:

    I wanted a boy first and I had a boy. Just my preference.

  16. Renee Turner says:

    This may sound really stupid, but I wanted my first child to be a girl because I thought girl’s clothes were much cuter and I wanted to dress her in little dresses and other cute girly things. I did have a daughter and she turned out to be a little tomboy and didn’t really care for the cutsie things.

  17. Kristyn Martin says:

    I had always wanted to have a little boy, though I would have been happy with either! My first was a ittle boy! Next we hope to have a little girl to have the best of both worlds!

  18. Rachael says:

    I wanted a boy and got one. :)

  19. Suanne Giddings says:

    Of course, I just wanted a healthy baby and gender was much less of a priority. My husband was away from home most of the time, so I wanted a little girl to dress in pretty clothes, play with dolls, and do all of the girly things. I have no interest in most sports, and have no talents for throwing a baseball, football, or basketball, or kicking a soccer ball. I did do these types of things with my daughter but my lack of expertise did not matter.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Lily Kwan says:

    Either would have been fine with me, as long as he or she was healthy.

  21. Judy says:

    I secretly wanted a little girl, however, I really wanted a healthy baby. The great news is I had a girl :0) Looking to have a boy next, but would be happy with anther little girl. I have always wanted a girl and now I have her.

  22. * * HeLeN * * says:

    Either. Healthy is more important to me.

  23. MiC says:

    A healthy baby is more important than the sex of a baby.

  24. Kitty says:

    I’ve always wanted a little boy. I just think they are so cute. I love the thought of him spending time with his father – fishing, camping, basketball. My first baby was a boy and I can’t wait for him and my husband to do those father/son things. It’s so cute!

  25. Heather C says:

    I had no preference…and had a girl. She’s a delight.

  26. I always wanted a little boy I guess ill have to wait till my daughters have sons

  27. Rosanne Morrison says:

    I wanted a girl. My dad was a raging alcoholic and my brother a pain in the ___ since the day he was born. God gave me 4 sons. They are wonderful. No daughters but 2 granddaughters so far. He taught me a lesson

  28. becca says:

    Wanted a girl but it goes to show that you don’t really know whats best for you only God does. Because my little boy is the most AMAZING child God could have ever given to us! I could not imagine our family any other way! He is so smart and sweet!

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