Hey egg lovers! I have a great giveaway for you today. I’m giving away an Egg–Tastic Egg Cooker on my dad blog. The Egg–Tastic is fantastic for cooking eggs. Why you ask? It’s because the little cooker enables you to cook your egg in the microwave. Cool, right? I tested one today and it only took one minute to cook my egg. In my opinion, the egg tastes just like it does when you scramble it on a frying pan. The cooker is awesome! Continue reading to find out how to win the Egg–Tastic Egg Cooker.
It’s a new year, so let’s break free from the same-old dining routine and try something new with the help of Restaurant.com. To help you start your own dining adventures, Restaurant.com has compiled the three hottest trends to conquer at local restaurants near you. Christopher Krohn, resident trend-guru and Restaurant.com President and Chief Marketing Officer, provided his predictions that will grace our plate in 2014. With these trends, you’re sure to have a spicy year, but only if you dare.
Easter is just around the corner (March 31, 2013). That’s why I was happy when the Hershey Company sent me a basket of goodies. This Easter, you can easily create a personalized basket for your children too. The basket I created for my kids included Hershey Kisses, Twizzlers, York Peppermint Pattie Eggs, Jolly Rancher Jelly Beans, and Jolly Rancher Sours Bunnies. My kids loved it! Big surprise.
This week on my dad blog, I have three short news stories that may be of interest to dads and moms:
Read Across America at Walmart
Walmart.com is running a month-long promotion on children books as part of Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Dads and moms can save up to 40% on the top 500 children’s books. Parents can purchase children books for as low as $3 (including free shipping). According to various studies, by the age of two, children who are read to regularly display greater language comprehension, larger vocabularies, and higher cognitive skills. The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study found that children who were read to at least three times a week by a family member were almost twice as likely to score in the top 25 percent in reading.