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Free Stuff Alert: Jewish Baby Journal, A Time to Be Born


If you’re a parent (which we’re sort of assuming you are), you know better than anyone how fast time flies. One day you’re pregnant and craving Doritos on your peanut butter sandwich, and the next you’re chasing a 5-year-old down the street who desperately wants to put Doritos on his peanut butter sandwich.

What we’re saying is: they grow up fast, and you might want to document it. The bookstore is filled with plenty of baby books and “My First Year” journals, but we’re excited about the first ever Jewish baby book:
A Time to Be Born
, written and illustrated by Connie G. Krupin. The book helps you record the first five years of your child’s life, and is filled with recipes, quotes, lullabies, prayers, and more than 100 original works of art. Whether you’re craving a tangible keepsake to help remember those early years, or are in need of the perfect baby gift, A Time to Be Born is a great choice.

And lucky for you, we’re giving away a copy to one of our readers! To enter, just drop us a note in the comments below, and we’ll choose a random winner on next Tuesday, June 12th. Enter today!

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