Sponsor Spotlight and Giveaway: One Brave Chick

This week’s Sponsor Spotlight is on a company that we are really, truly excited to tell you about. After coming across their website, onebravechick.com, and reading the story behind this company, I was immediately sold. One Brave Chick is not a business formed with the sole purpose of turning a profit; it is a union of 3 women dedicated to recognizing the courage that lies in all women, whether we realize it or not. It is the earnest hope of the founding “Brave Chicks” that by nurturing our courageous spirit today, it will carry over to the next generation, so that our little girls will grow up knowing that they too can handle just about anything. As a mom, I can’t help but think this is just such a fun way to demonstrate such an important message to my daughter… and all of our daughters.

One Brave Chick carries a line of T-shirts, onesies, and other accessories emblazoned with their smart, hip logo. They carry several different styles, and also have childrens’ sizes so your daughters can proudly display their brave chick status as well. They haven’t left out the boys; there’s even a One Brave Dude tee for them!

The Bravery Kit we are giving away today contains a size L white T-shirt, as well as a Bravery bead, strung on a single strand of hemp. It also includes a special message to it’s recipient, letting her know that someone believes that she is indeed, one brave chick.

The lovely ladies at One Brave Chick made no hesitation in offering a Bravery Kit to give away to one of our readers. Really, we think it goes without saying that multiple moms fit in the category of brave chicks, so we’d really like to give one away to ALL of you. But today we would like to do something different with this giveaway.

Instead of entering for yourself, we’d like you to nominate someone else to win this prize. Leave us a comment, telling us someone that you would like give this Bravery Kit to, and why she is a brave chick. It can be someone who has shown exceptional courage in her life, or someone who could use a little reminder of just how brave she is. Feel free to nominate anyone in your day-to-day life, or maybe even a blogger that you have never met. If you win, we will ship the Bravery Kit directly to your nominee. The winner will be chosen by Random.org.

Please help us spread the word about this great company by blogging about this giveaway for an extra entry. Leave us the link, in a separate comment.

This giveaway will run through Monday evening, at 10 pm, with the winner announced on Tuesday.
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  1. Oh I am going to check them out! Their business looks amazing!! I'd nominate both of you, but are you out of the running to win? 🙂

  2. thebestthingscomeintwos

    I would like to nominate Idoia who blogs at Two Makes Four. ) I don't know her IRL, but she is a new momma of twins, nurses exclusively and keeps a great sense of humor about life. If you read her most recent post, (6/24/09) you will read about some of the difficulties she is going through right now, and I'm sure all the MoM's on this board can relate. I think a gift would cheer her up!

  3. I'd like to nominate my friend Ren, who, though not a MoM, is an honorary aunt to my boys and who has been through hell and back in the past year. She's definitely one brave chick, but I don't think she realizes it.

  4. I'd like to nominate my friend Heidi from the blog, Team Shelton. In a nutshell, she had cancer 5 years ago. Fought for her life. Was told she would never have children by numorous doctors. Gave birth to a beautiful little boy in December 2008 (surprise, surprise). She continues to be one brave chick as she raises her little boy and continues to be cancer-free!

  5. I would like to nominate my sister-in-law, Michaela. She met my brother while he was stationed in Germany, moved away from everyone she knew to a new country one month after they married, has endured four 12-month deployments, faced/accepted infertility, and raises their two adopted sons mostly on her own. The boys (not related to each other) are five months apart; not exactly the same as twins, but has a whole other set of issues.

  6. I would like to nominate my friend Kara. Her triplets were micro-preemies and one of her boys was even delivered almost 2 weeks (I think) before his other brothers were – I didn't even know such a thing could be done! I'm continually amazed at the things she goes through and does for her kids even now that the NICU is a distant memory.

  7. I would like to nominate my Mom; she is a breast cancer survivor and raised her 3 children on her own. She's taught me everything I know about being a good person and good parent. She was the person that was with me the day I found out that I was having triplets and was my stregnth through it all. She's my best friend and truly ONE BRAVE CHICK!

  8. I would like to nominate Matt Logelin of http://www.mattlogelin.com. His wife Liz died of a pulmonary embolism shortly after giving birth to their beautiful daughter Maddie, who spent some time in the NICU. Matta has been raising his daughter alone ever since, and his poignant blogging has touched my heart and many other people's as well.

    I find him to be both "one brave chick" AND man.

  9. I would like to nominate my friend Emily. She has endured a lot as a mother. She suffered a miscarriage. A year later she found out she was pregnant with twins. "Baby B" had many complications while in utero. The twins were born at 30 weeks gestation and both stayed in the hospital for months. They are now a year old. "Baby B" still has many complications. Emily has since quit her job to be a mommy. Her days are filled with many, many doctors appointments and medicine to be given to the boys. Throughout all of their "hard spots" she has been unbelievably strong! She is definitely "one brave chick". Great company!!

  10. Oh there are so many moms (and other women) who deserve this award – but for me it is a mom that I don't even know. I follow her story of bravery as she cares for her son. Her son was born with not one or two, but 5 heart defects and has already gone through numerous surgeries. On her first post about his defects, she still talks about how lucky a family they are – finding the light through all the darkness, facing fear of losing a child head on – that is ONE BRAVE CHICK

  11. I'd like to nominate my aunt who is currently battling breast cancer! She had a double mastectomy and has bounced right back! I know she would love the one brave chick stuff!

  12. I would like to nominate my friend Monica who recently lost her son at 20 weeks pregnant she is a pillar of strength.

  13. the kringalings

    I would like to nominate my friend, Holly, who just lost a child and had to be brave immediately after for her three-year-old who was having surgery.

  14. Kimberly & Alex

    I nominate my SIL Kathy. Even though she has her own famiy and full life, she always seems to be there for me. The fact that she lives several states from us does not stop her. She was at my side through this last round of IVF. And is now back to take care of my family while I'm hospitalized and plans to stay until the quads are sleeping through the night. What more could I ask for, she is such a savior for us.

  15. Kimberly & Alex

    I nominate my SIL Kathy. Even though she has her own famiy and full life, she always seems to be there for me. The fact that she lives several states from us does not stop her. She was at my side through this last round of IVF. And is now back to take care of my family while I'm hospitalized and plans to stay until the quads are sleeping through the night. What more could I ask for, she is such a savior for us.

  16. Kimberly & Alex

    I nominate my SIL Kathy. Even though she has her own famiy and full life, she always seems to be there for me. The fact that she lives several states from us does not stop her. She was at my side through this last round of IVF. And is now back to take care of my family while I'm hospitalized and plans to stay until the quads are sleeping through the night. What more could I ask for, she is such a savior for us.

  17. Kimberly & Alex

    I nominate my SIL Kathy. Even though she has her own famiy and full life, she always seems to be there for me. The fact that she lives several states from us does not stop her. She was at my side through this last round of IVF. And is now back to take care of my family while I'm hospitalized and plans to stay until the quads are sleeping through the night. What more could I ask for, she is such a savior for us.

  18. Kimberly & Alex

    I nominate my SIL Kathy. Even though she has her own famiy and full life, she always seems to be there for me. The fact that she lives several states from us does not stop her. She was at my side through this last round of IVF. And is now back to take care of my family while I'm hospitalized and plans to stay until the quads are sleeping through the night. What more could I ask for, she is such a savior for us.

  19. I would like to nominate Double Whammy (Brook) for unbelievable heartache she has had in her life in 2009. I'm hoping she realizes how brave she is.

  20. I would like to nominate my friend Ann who is the mom to 7 kids (including quads). She is going through a divorce right now and needs all of the bravery and encouragement she can get
    jillk77 at aol dot com

  21. Annie and Jason

    I would like to nominate Laura (LSTAYLOR) for her bravery of taking care of twin boys with special needs. It's a daily battle, and we turn to each other often.

  22. I would like to nominate my aunt for her bravery and courage for going through cancer and chemo. She lives across the country from the rest of her family and is doing her treatments with not much support.

  23. I want to nominate my friend Amy, who went in for a routine appt at 38 weeks to be told her baby had no heartbeat. Cord accident. She has turned her personal tragedy into an opportunity to help others through the organization Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, as well as raising funds to help others prevent cord accidents.

  24. I'd like to nominate MckMama at mycharmingkids.net; folks all over the world prayed for her baby Stellan.

  25. I would like to nominate my friend, Tori. Just in her 20's, she has fought cancer and is currently in remission. Her mom is also a surviver. She has a following of people committed to her and they are referred to as 'Tori's Army'. She's an inspiration to many!

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