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Cottonelle Toilet Paper Giveaway

by on May 3, 2010 5:17 pm

Cottonelle is stronger and softer than ever and they want to spoil one lucky reader with a free 6-month supply of Cottonelle toilet paper (a $50 value).  Check out the “Great Debate and find out what percentage of America rolls their toilet paper over (or under)?  You might be surprised by the results!

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The email addresses that I collect for this giveaway will only be used for the purpose of contacting the winner, and will never be given to anyone. This giveaway will close Sunday, May 9 at midnight (CT). I’ll announce the first name of the winner in a new post the next day and contact the winner by email. I will draw the name of the winner by using the random number generator at Random.org from the eligible entries received. If a winner does not contact me within 72 hours by email, I will draw a new winner. This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. The winner will receive their prize directly by mail from Cottonelle.

You must complete this form to enter this giveaway. If you can’t view the form, click here to visit my blog. If you still can’t see the form, then email me with the subject line “Cottonelle”. Required questions have been marked.  Please enter this giveaway only once per household.

This giveaway has closed.  All of my giveaway winners are posted here and contacted by email.

Good luck and remember that you need to complete the form to enter this giveaway. You are welcome and encouraged to post comments here, but any comments will not be considered as entries in this giveaway. Just for fun, please leave a comment and tell us how you answered “How is mom is both soft and strong?”

Thanks for entering and come back after Monday, May 10 to find out who won.

Freebies 4 Mom Giveaway Disclosure: Cottonelle sponsored this giveaway by providing Cottonelle toilet paper for me to keep and Cottonelle toilet paper to give away to a randomly selected winner. I did not receive any other compensation from Cottonelle for hosting this giveaway or writing my review of their products. My review is my honest opinion based on my own experience, and is not reviewed or edited by Cottonelle. For more information about how reviews and giveaways are conducted on Freebies 4 Mom, please read my Disclosure Policy.

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Dana May 3, 2010 at 5:42 pm

I'm a newbie to your site and I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!! Thanks for all the great bargains!

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Christina May 3, 2010 at 5:44 pm

I entered the drawing and for fun here is what I posted. Mom is soft because she offers the compassion and caring that her little babies need. She is that shoulder to lean on, cry on, the advice giver, the bank, taxi and arms to hold you and make it all better. She wipes away the tears with her soft touch and makes the boo boo's all better. Mom is strong for her child by showing that reassuring look of it will be okay as she cringes inside as they set your broken leg. She is strong like the mighty oak when her child is ready to leave the nest and weeps softly inside so he may know she is strong and will let him go. She knows she has done well and that her baby is now a strong man.Ps. My baby is leaving for the summer for an internship. :(Christina

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Anonymous May 4, 2010 at 8:31 am

Taking care of a family requires both sides of a mother. When my son was diagnosed with both brain and spinal cancer at the age of 12 it was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. On one hand I had to be strong enough to navigate our way through a whole new world of treatments, insurance issues, and the loss of our home as we once knew it. At the same time I had to hold my son in my arms and talk about the possibilities of life and death and help him shave his head in his hospital bed on Christmas Eve. To hold back the tears was most times impossible. There is a fine line between showing the soft side of yourself and crying with your child while being strong enough to not fall apart.How do moms do it? One day at a time…one step at a time…and with more love in their hearts than one can ever imagine.Marlene L.

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Kelly K May 4, 2010 at 9:40 am

Just for giggles here is what I wrote for the drawing answer. (I made it short and simple. I could have gone on & on about her!)My Aunt is the softest, strongest Mom out there! After raising 5 biological children and doing foster care for 30+years she has also adopted 4 young boys. This gives her the softest heart! She is strong because adopting all those boys who each have their own "qwirks" is more than a challenge every day!

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Anonymous May 4, 2010 at 2:42 pm

Mom are soft b/c her heart will melt when a child says "Pretty Please" when asking for something but she aslo has to be strong and say "No" when its in the best interest of the child.

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Liz May 4, 2010 at 4:52 pm

It takes empathy, compassion and understanding to nurture a child; but also the ability to discipline and have consistency to help that child grow into a healthy adulthood. Mothers give us boundaries and kiss boo-boos, they do it all!

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Susan M. Heim May 4, 2010 at 5:12 pm

This was my entry: Mom is soft because her arms are gentle enough to hug her child, and she is strong because her arms can carry her child wherever he needs to go.

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fontenot May 7, 2010 at 7:49 pm

Well this is what I posted….Happy Mother's Day to All..Well as a mom I would say that I am strong enough to watch my children get their feelings hurt, strong enough to patch up little boo boo's and send them on their way to give it one more try, strong enough to be the biggest cheerleader in the stands at their little league ball game even if at bat they strike out or miss a fly ball when in the outfield, strong enough to watch them need me a little less every day as they get older but soft enough to want to shield them from the ugliness of the world, soft enough to want to cry with them when they fall off of their bike, soft enough to want to yell at the umpire for calling my son out in his little league ball game, soft enough to still enjoy and never want it to end when they want to snuggle at the end of a tough day or any day, and soft enough to still crawl in bed with them at night while they are asleep just to watch them dream…..

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Anonymous May 9, 2010 at 7:45 pm

My Mom is both soft and strong. At age 2 my Mom was diagnosed with Polio (Infantile Paralysis). After 25 surgeries for corrective leg, eye, and knee she spent much of her childhood in a hospital. The Doctors told her she may not be able to walk. But, she did not let this stop her, and although she still struggles with the affects of Polio today, she is able to walk! My earliest memory of my mother is her carting us around in her wheelchair. She would place my sister and me on her lap while getting us bathed and dressed each day. She did her best to make our daily routine fun so, we would not worry. After a Quadruple Heart Bypass, a 17 year battle with Colon Cancer and, many treatments of radiation and chemotherapy had taken its toll…we lost our Dad. I appreciate my Mom for, all that she has been through…and all that she has done for us. Love you Mom, thank you for always being there for us. Love ya, your daughters…Karen, Marie & Ellen.

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Anonymous May 9, 2010 at 7:47 pm

My Mom is both soft and strong. At age 2 my Mom was diagnosed with Polio (Infantile Paralysis). After 25 surgeries for corrective leg, eye, and knee she spent much of her childhood in a hospital. The Doctors told her she may not be able to walk. But, she did not let this stop her, and although she still struggles with the affects of Polio today, she is able to walk! My earliest memory of my mother is her carting us around in her wheelchair. She would place my sister and me on her lap while getting us bathed and dressed each day. She did her best to make our daily routine fun so, we would not worry. After a Quadruple Heart Bypass, a 17 year battle with Colon Cancer and, many treatments of radiation and chemotherapy had taken its toll…we lost our Dad. I appreciate my Mom for, all that she has been through…and all that she has done for us. Love you Mom, thank you for always being there for us. Love ya, your daughters…Karen, Marie & Ellen.

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CPRMom May 9, 2010 at 8:51 pm

I entered the drawing and wrote that mom is both soft and strong when staying up late with a frightened child during a thunderstorm.

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Dee May 9, 2010 at 10:51 pm

I posted that, Moms provides a soft place to lay your head when the world around you is hard. Mom is hard because she often carries the weight of the world on her shoulders.

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