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How do you describe your military-child? Month of the Military Child Giveaway

There are many words I use to describe a cake: delicious, moist, sweet.  However, if you ask any of my four military-brats they would probably tell you YUMMY!  And seriously what better adjective is out there for food?!

We want to send your military-children a cake to celebrate Month of the Military Child.  Debora from Wire A Cake has donated her time, talent and resources to this giveaway.  All you have to do to enter is answer the question ...



Tell us
What word best describes your military child or children?
Cool, Resilient, Sympathetic, Smoochable would be choices for my own.

Just a little Housekeeping:

* Please leave your email address in your comment, or send and email to leanne@militaryavenue.com with your email address and which comment is yours so we can notify you if you are the winner.  One entry per email address.

* We will randomly select one winner (using Random.org) from all our military-families that enter on Thursday, April 12th at 10am EST.   We must hear back from you by Monday, April 16th.

* You must be over the age of 18 to be eligible to win.  Moms, Dads, Aunts, Uncles, Grandpas and Grandmas enter today so that we can send you a cake to give to the military-child in your life!  This giveaway is intended for military-families, please respect our desire to honor military-children during 'Month of the Military Child'.

* If you also subscribe to our Military Family Newsletter (sign up here) you will be eligible for our Friday drawing of a $20 Gift Card to Wal*Mart from SitterCity.  We will be having this drawing each Friday during the month of April.



PS: Wire A Cake can send a cake to your deployed loved one!  Learn more: http://www.wireacake.com/


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25 comments:

  1. My 13 year old is compassionate, resilient, funny, intelligent , & amazing.

    My 18 month old is sassy, headstrong, adorable, intelligent, and beautiful.

    The word that most describes them though is BLESSINGS.

    kjoe747@gmail.com

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  2. My 4 year old is a sweet, compassionate, lovable, yet stubborn, beautiful human being. My 7 month old is smart, beautiful and cuddly baby. These are my miracle babies!

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  3. Mine...the one word that word describes him is "cake-lover."
    Chocolate, white, and marble: he loves them all.
    Just like people. So if I had to be serious, I would say he is charitable.

    My daughter is more selective and won't eat chocolate.
    But she won't be forgotten, because she is persistent for herself and her "favorites" aka friends.

    Email is star@armywifenetwork.com

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  4. My 14 year old is intelligent, resilient, ambitious and affectionate.
    trinanjim@gmail.com

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  5. My 2 year old daughter is resilient, powered by the strength of our Military family, she's stubborn but she's loving.

    mrs.pulido@hotmail.com

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  6. My 12 year old - creative, caring, smart, beautiful, brave, STRONG
    My 5 year old - energetic, hilarious, sweet, loving, brave, STRONG

    They are truly the LOVES OF MY LIFE and they make me so much more complete.

    ariel28771@gmail.com

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  7. Although hard to describe my daughter in one word, my 20-month-old can best be described as spunky. :o)

    lepetersen@yahoo.com

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  8. My 6,9, and 11 yr olds are many things it's so hard to just pick one but Inspirations are what I would descirbe them all to be because they inspire me every breatheing moment of my life.

    Misseypayne09@aol.com

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  9. This is kinda hard but
    My 5 year old is sweet
    My 3 year old is hilarious
    Mlantz2315@gmail.com

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  10. My 3 year old is smart,dorky,imaginitive,and caring :)

    thesunwillshine07@yahoo.com

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  11. The one word to describe my beautiful, intelligent, and lovely Asperger Teen is "Friendless".

    Being a military child with special needs and huge obstacles to overcome is a very lonely life. All she wants to have is one human friend that understands and cares for her the way God made her. Until then, she is kept company by her puppies and parents.(email sent with contact info)

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  12. Teresa (emailed contact info)April 8, 2012 at 7:55 PM

    I have 2 military grandkids. Chase is 4. Daelynn is 3.

    Their dad (my son) is active duty Navy. And just got orders to transfer on 1May12.

    The kids are flexible, independent, full of love & on the move most of their lives.

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  13. Words can't describe how proud we are of how well they have handled themselves with Dad's deployments. ALL military children are troopers and they have well earned their month in recognition for their sacrifices. Here are a few words that decribe our little ones:

    Selfless
    Optimistic
    Silly
    Reliable
    Hopeful
    Respectful
    Thankful
    Proud
    Energetic
    Possitive...


    The list could go on and on... our children teach us so much more than we parents teach them. Thank you for giving back to the little ones left behind to bear such burdens and do it with flying colors too!!

    God Bless,

    Castro-Pena Family (Emailed contact information)

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  14. My 10 year old is kind, compassionate, caring, helpful, beautiful and sarcastic.
    My 9 year old is fiesty, proud, helpful, gorgeous, tough and witty.

    Cynthia

    cynsworld34@Yahoo.com

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  15. I would describe my six military children as being STRONG and ADAPTABLE. They never cease to amaze me.

    purpleheather79 at aol.com

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  16. My military child is INSPIRING


    (emailed contact info)

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  17. My husband and I have 5 wonderful children. Here's how I describe them.

    17 yr old boy- grown up (too fast), athletic

    17 yr old girl- intelligent, independent, a great runner

    16 yr old boy- artistic, funny

    13 yr old boy- smart, athletic, leader

    10 yr old girl- loving, innocent, smart

    We love all of our children. My husband is currently deployed and all 5 of them are waiting (impatiently) for him to come home. :)

    Have a great day! (emailed contact info.)

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  18. My three boys can all be described as helpful, compassionate, kind, loving, and loyal. They always think of others before themselves. Their dad is currently deployed for the second time in five years and they are going above and beyond to keep things running smooth here at home. armyanglbby@gmail.com

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  19. My two troopers and step child are loveable, strong, caring, adaptable, & willing to understand & its awesome to see at such a young age 5,4,& 2

    Nina_rae@hotmail.com
    M3D!N@ F@M!LY

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  20. The one word that describes my two wonderful daughters is accommodating.
    Thanks
    (contact information sent via email)

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  21. My 5 year old nephew- Curious
    My 2 year old nephew- Caring

    At: awesomekasi_12@hotmail.com

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  22. My 5 year old great nephew:
    Adventurous, Curious, Strong, LOVABLE
    My 4 year old great niece:
    Compassionate, Encouraging, Self Assured, LOVABLE
    My 2 year old great nephew:
    Challenging, Head Strong, Funny, LOVABLE
    from Tia Nana

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  23. Ricard (emailed contact info)April 12, 2012 at 8:21 AM

    Our 22 year old Daughter in "one word" descriptions of her as a Military Child would be: PATIENT, UNDERSTANDING, PROUD, EMOTIONAL, EXCITED, ACTIVE, LOVING, SISTER, BEAUTIFUL, did I say PROUD!

    Our 20 year old Son in "one word" descriptions of him as a Military Child would be: ACTIVE, EXCITED, EVERYWHERE, PROUD, ANXIOUS, CHALLENGED, ATHLETE, HANDSOME LOVING, BROTHER

    Our 18 year old Son in "one word" descriptions of him as a Military Child would be: PROUD, PATIENT, HAPPY, STRONG, LOVING, CHARACTER, FUNNY, HANDSOME, ATHLETE, DREAMER, BROTHER

    21 years of Service in the Air Force, Loved it! Would not change a thing!

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  24. Sherlyn Toia (emailed contact info)April 12, 2012 at 8:55 AM

    I would describe my son Anthony as caring and respectful. I just had knee surgery and he was there to wait on me hand and foot always bringing me my Starbucks :)

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  25. My 6 yr old daughter is BRAVE

    she has twice been told by classmates in the last three months that he daddy is going to die- she has handled it with such bravery, no tears- just a matter-of-fact attitude of "no, he won't- we pray for God's angels around him"

    kacyhoulton@yahoo.com

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