ENTER TO WIN: Sing To Your Baby Book and CD

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Two (2) lucky LAB readers will receive a copy of this great book and CD.

How do I enter? You have a few options AND EACH COUNTS AS ONE ENTRY. There is NO LIMIT to the number of times a reader can enter (via any of the entry channels) this contest:

  1. Click here to leave your email on the contest entry form
  2. Become a fan of  BabyRazzi’s Facebook Page. Then leave a comment on the wall saying why you love the ‘Sing To Your Baby’ book/CD giveaway.
  3. Fan ‘Sing to Your Baby’ on Facebook and mention that you entered the book/CD giveaway on babyrazzi.com.
  4. Tweet this message: “Hope I win the @SingToYourBaby book/CD giveaway frombabyrazzi.com(@babyrazzi). RT to Enter #contest #giveaway”
  5. Post a link to this contest on your blog (and then leave a comment on this post with your link)
  6. Follow BabyRazzi on NetworkedBlogs.com
  7. Stumble this post (not the site) and leave me your StumbleUpon Name in your comment.
  8. Comment on other BabyRazzi posts and reference this contest. Be sure to add that the comment is acting as an entry to the contest. Each comment counts as one entry. Please be sure to include you email when asked otherwise I won’t be able to contact you.

Contest ends Midnight, Eastern Time, 4/28/11

Winner(s) will be selected at random.

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