Mozzi (due) in May – Barley & Birch

Mozzi Banner Mozzi (due) in May   Barley & Birch

Not familiar to the celebration? Start Here.

Each Saturday, one of you, and of course Casey too, will be gifted a must-have baby product, courtesy of an amazing company.

Week 2 of 15 complete! Last week we celebrated thanks to Hello World Clothing.  The lucky winner of the giveaway is: Jill Kbelt.

Right now, It’s the very last day amazing time at Blissdom, where I’m hanging out with some of my favorite people, including Casey!

Ok, here is the deal.  I’ve never been sponsored by a company to go to a conference before. Primarily because I’ve never felt that I could whole heartedly attach my name to a brand or company. Know what I mean?

This year, for the first time, I’ve been sponsored to attend Blissdom.  I’ve teamed with Barley and Birch, not only to spread the good word about their awesome threads, but also all of the  awesome world changing causes they have.  You know, cool stuff like starting a childrens home in Haiti, for example.

One way I’m spreading the Barely and Birch word is passing out amazing tees and onepieces to women attending the conference. Needless to say, I have become one of the most popular people to meet.

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But I don’t want to leave anyone out.

Today’s gift is so near and dear to my heart for a million different reasons.

GIFT TO CASEY: A Barley & Birch panda Onepiece

panda 199x300 Mozzi (due) in May   Barley & Birch

Why a panda? Because Casey has a panda story. Ever since I saw this onepiece, I had prayed I would someday have a reason to give one to Casey.

GIVEAWAY: One commenter will also be gifted a panda onepiece from Barley & Birch (retail: $30).

You have two ways to enter (leave a comment for each):

1.  Answer this question: If you had superhero powers, and time/money/resources were limitless, what would you personally do to change the world?

2. Tweet! You can say whatever you want, but make sure it includes a link to this post and the @barleyandbirch twitter handle.  Or you can be lazy cut and copy this:

Mozzi is (due) in May! Visit @designhermomma to enter to win a @barleyandbirch onepiece: http://tinyurl.com/5ubyuhz

This giveaway will run through next Saturday, February 5th. I’ll announce the winner in my next Mozzi (due) in May post!

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I am so thankful to Kyle, the owner of Barley and Birch, for both sponsoring me to go to Blissdom and participating in this celebration.

I think of Kyle as just another beautiful gift that the internet has given me.

*All gifts have been generously donated. I have not received any product or monetary exchange for writing these post or promoting the brand.  I have only received in return the amazing feeling of joy, being able to gift Casey (and you) some cool gear.


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  1. If I had superhero powers, and time/money/resources were limitless, I would cure cancer. My Nini (grandmother) has been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and I don’t want to lose her.
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  2. I’d provide food/clothing/shelter/basic necessities to all those poor little kids out there that dont have that stuff. Knowing that there’s kids out there hurting and going without the basics breaks my heart!

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  3. Kristen M. says:

    I have a hard time thinking big. After spending some time in Haiti, I would personally like to invest my resources into orphanages & teaching a livlihood to the children as they transition into adulthood.

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  4. Christina says:

    If I had super hero powers it would be to close mouths and open ears. More people need to listen to others than talk to hear themselves talk.

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  5. Wow, lots of great comments about how to change the world. I think I’d make sure that every girl could go to school and every child have clean water to drink.
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  6. I would like to make sure that no kids in this world are hungry. Childhood hunger is such a huge problem.

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  7. If I had superhero powers, I would cure hunger. Too many children go to bed hungry in this world. I would use the tenets from Habitat for Humanity as my fighting power.

    Thanks!

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  8. If you had superhero powers, and time/money/resources were limitless, what would you personally do to change the world?

    I would help support every woman in having a natural childbirth and pregnancy, seeing their power, and amazing ability, and feel empowered by that rather than afraid. I would help support her in trusting her mothering, and in breastfeeding her baby :) And of course, give her some sleep too!

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  9. If I had superhero powers I would infuse tolerance into people so that they would not be judged by race, color or disability. On a small local level, I would work to provide a Christ-centered home and a work place for disabled people, so that they have vitality, joy and a purpose in life.

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  10. i would provide education and resources to underprivileged expecting (and new) parents. information on the benefits of breastfeeding, birthing classes, etc. access to quality healthcare for themselves and their child.

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  11. Oh man that is one sweet onsie! So cute.
    If I had superpowers, I would totally make everyone Jesus followers. Kinda corny answer, but whoa! Would the world look different…
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  12. As a fellow panda… I don’t really have need for this item yet. But hope I will soon!

    If I had superpowers I’d ensure that every child in the world had a safe place to lay their heads down to sleep at night in a suitable shelter with a soft pillow, comfortable temperatures, a full belly, indoor plumbing, and people who love them unconditionally to tuck them in at night.

    Or on a purely selfish version… I’d ensure I’d get to meet all my “internet heroes”!
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  13. If I had the power to, I would somehow be sure everyone in this world found happiness daily. There are way too many people out there suffering from abuse, neglect, poverty, hunger, depression, pessimism, lack of resources etc. I wish I could make it all go away.

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  14. If I had superhero powers, I’d make sure no child would die young. There is too much tragedy in this world with children.

    Mindy

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  15. I don’t know what superhero power I would need to do it, but I would make sure the whole world has accessible drinking water, always. In my old age (27… haha) I have come to learn just how important fresh water really is.

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  16. cute! i tweeted!
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  17. I would literally be “the catcher in the rye” and save children from falling over the edge of society. I truly believe that if we can save the youth, we can save the future.
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  18. and of course I tweeted :)
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  19. I tweeted, but am not sure how to post the link :(
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  20. I hope to win it if I can comment in the future. Love you and miss you.

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  21. Wow I would start treating ms and autism, then move on to homeless shelters

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  22. I would want the superpower to grant everyone common sense. It is not very common, and if everyone had some, there would be less abuse, less violence, less waste, etc. We would all be happier and the world could run more smoothly and peacefully.

    Love the onsie!!

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  23. If I had all the money in the world, I would buy every hungry person food and give everyone healthcare :)

    sswpss at yahoo dot com

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  24. i’m not sure how i would do this even with superpowers and unlimited resources but i would love to end all the corporate greed and start the world focusing on smaller sustainable communities… it would eliminate so many of the worlds problems!!

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  25. Betsy Hoff says:

    I would make sure that all children have warm clothes, food, water, and education!

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  27. I’d make sure everyone in the world had enough to eat.

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  28. For me, this is an overwhelming question. What one small thing could make all the difference in the world? But if all our wishes come true, then the collective efforts would surely make all the difference.
    For me: Education for all (male/female; old/young) and the support services needed for educational success. (along with meals to fuel the body to feed the mind.)

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  29. I would make sure all the hungry babies and children out there had all the food they wanted, forever. :)

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  30. I would hire enough fresh (non burned-out people), concerned, motivated, caring, hard-working people to supervise every child in Foster Care on a WEEKLY basis. I would find good, caring, safe families to house and love every child who needs a home. I would see that anyone who hurts a child is punished so severely that it affects their whole life. When that was accomplished, I would start doing the same with animals.

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  31. I’m so excited about all the Panda love!

    If I had super powers I would magically mediate between all religions to create peace and end all the violence.
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  32. I would love for those who can’t have a baby (and actually want one), to have one. You don’t realize what true love is until you see your baby for the first time.

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  33. I would start by addressing poverty by making sure children and their families around the world have access to medical care and food first and foremost. Next, I would devoted my unlimited time, money, and resources to aiding scientist in finding cures for cancer, aids, and other illnesses and afflictions that affect so many people and their families across the world. That would be just the beginning :)

    grannylovesgiftbaskets@hotmail.com

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  34. If you had superhero powers, and time/money/resources were limitless, what would you personally do to change the world
    I would help women girls have immense self respect, for themselves. Also to have people minimize the use of drugs and alcohol.
    lnb1191(at)aol(dot)com
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  35. 9/30 tweet
    http://twitter.com/#!/lnb1191/status/119972207848992768
    lnb1191(at)aol(dot)com
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  36. Silvia Downs says:

    I’d provide food/clothing/shelter/basic necessities to all those poor little kids out there that dont have that stuff. i would provide education and resources to underprivileged expecting (and new) parents.
    Silvia Downs recently posted..Many Cures

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  37. If I had superhero powers and limitless resources, I would eliminate poverty and provide an education for everyone in the world so they could live up to their greatest potential.

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  38. I would start an animal shelter in my town that could actually HELP people and animals, unlike the institution we currently have.

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