Because dads don't always think like moms.
Here’s a chance to win a free Solution X-Fix Booster seat just by
answering one simple question: What are you giving this year for
Mother’s Day? Just answer the question in the Comments below. We ask for
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What you’ll win:
The Solution X-fix is the only High Back Booster Seat to receive all four Top Awards in the most renowned European consumer tests! The Solution X-fix offers truly innovative safety features like: Linear Side Impact Protection, a reclining head-rest, and rigid LATCH.
With the revolutionary L.S.P. System (Linear.Side-impact.Protection) the momentum of a side impact collision is systematically reduced. Due to this new configuration, a series of reactions are triggered in which the head and shoulder protectors of the child seat absorb the momentum of the body at an early stage during the impact and lock the sensitive head of the child into the safety zone of the seat.
Solution X-fix is suitable for children who are at least 3 years of age, 33 to 100 lbs, and between 38” – 60” tall. The seat is available in a variety of colors such as Berry, Grenadine, Stone, Cinnamon, Navy and Raven.
CYBEX is giving away the Solution X-fix High Back Belt Positioning
Booster for free! The winner can also choose the color of the seat. All you have to do is tell
us what you are getting mom for Mothers’ Day this year and why.
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Got her a two month old grandson :) Also, taking her and my wife to a fancy brunch followed by a mini-spa day.
I sent my mom a card and since I live far away from her when I see her next I am going to get her flowers. My husband got my orchids because we are expecting our first baby =)
We are going out to brunch, and my son is giving Grandma flowers and a card. Simple, but we have so much fun.
I got my Mom a new picture of my kids because that's what she asked for. I made one out of the pictures that I took of them at Easter.
I was the recipient (as mother, grandmother and great-grandmother) rather than a giver, and received roses (real and a glass ornament) and a new telephone set-up. My mother is no longer living.
I'm giving (still need to get to PO)her some accumulated prizes i've won for her - a jewlery and accessories shelf, a DVD, some makeup and a light up elephant figurine.
This is my wife's first year as a mom, so we're going all out with the 'doing stuff' not so much with the giving stuff. Breakfast in bed, house cleaning, together time, dinner, etc. Just a chillax day for her. Next year when our son is a little older, we'll do it a bit differently, but together time is best when he's still under a year old.
I got my Mother a card, and just spent the day relaxing with my family, and had a wonderful dinner! Being together is all that matters!
I called my Mom... once in a blue moon event there... I bought my wife flowers on my way home from work
We always get Mom plants and work in the yard with her planting them...she loves that the grandbabies get involved. We get her small trees so we can watch how they progress year to year and just work in the yard....she loves that. Thanks for this offer.
my daughter bought me some cool fish for my new fish tank because i only had a few and it looked so empty
I had a personalized picture made for my mom that said "My favorite people call me Besta" My mom wanted to be called Besta by her grandchildren and it is very hard to find anything with Besta on it so I had to have it made. It is already hanging up in her house. My husband and children got me hydrangeas for mother's day because I really wanted them and now I have two, one pink and one blue. They are my favorite flowers.
I made dinner making everything she likes. I also made a double chocolate fudge cake. This is her first mother's day and with no sleep with a 4 month old, I thought that making dinner and taking the baby so she could get some sleep, was the best gift I could give her.