Support for Mums: Win a Gala Night out in Melbourne

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An easy peasy give away : I’m looking for a mum who would like to join me in this very special night out next Thursday 2nd May at 7.30pm. I have purchased my ticket and one extra as I thought someone would like to keep me company.

Support for mums

Support For Mums: How to Enter

 

Head over and Like the Support for Mums Facebook page , and leave a comment below, telling me something about yourself that will make me smile.

 

The winner will be announced on Monday 29th April at 5pm ……….. And the winner randomly drawn is Always Josefa

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Nathalie Brown

Child Behaviour Consultant at Easy Peasy Kids
Child Behaviourist and researcher. Creator of "Less tantrums. More smiles". I look at the bigger picture and think outside the box when working with children and their behaviour. Their world is different. As adults we sometimes forget this. Happiness Creator in my spare time. Eater of chocolate and cake.

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Comments

  1. What a beautiful thing to do – your genorosity and good will is heart warming xx

  2. You’re so fabulous! What a great giveaway. I’ve liked the page and thank you for alerting me to it. xxx

  3. Oh Nathalie, you are such a special beautiful woman. When I’m faltering in acting with grace, you always remind me with your insightful words and wisdom that I can do it. Wish I lived in Melbourne. The opportunity to spend an evening with you for such a great cause would be wonderful. :)

  4. I hate having my bellybutton touched. I used to answer for my twin brother in class as a kid. Myself and my twin are very different, but when we were little, we will sit together reading a book silently, turning the pages in silent, but perfect, accord. I won’t let anyone steal my hot chips or bacon, my husband thinks it’s hilarious and has tried many convoluted strategies to steal them over the years. His strategies continue to fail.
    That’s a few for the price of one 😀 And what a lovely competition to run.

  5. Louise says:

    A night out supporting mums, I see things so differently now I am a mother myself, and would be a great interest for my own personal future development and growth. What a great opportunity. Count me in!

  6. wow! What a beautiful soul you have. I’m in i so need to have a night out *sigh* lol Awesome idea too.Supporting mums just a wonderful thing to do :-)

  7. something about me that will make you smile…
    I once stuck a basketball hoop toy on my forehead with the suction cups and shot some hoops while on the phone to a friend – for about 30 mins.
    I had a hickey on my head the size of a 20 cent piece for a few weeks which was incredibly embarrassing as an 11 year old. I got the nickname hickey head.
    It still appears sometimes, when it’s really cold.

  8. Sylvia says:

    I would love to win the tickets and the thing that would make you smile is that I spent 6 weeks in India doing a community project and while everyone said I would loose weight I ended up gaining weight!. I really enjoyed indian food.

  9. Brooke says:

    Hi Nathalie, I can’t think of anything funny right now (Friday fuzziness) but would LOVE to come. I already liked support for mums page when I saw it on your link earlier in the week. I work with vulnerable families in the western suburbs and just think this would be great to find out more services available to these families :)

  10. Alanna says:

    It’s kinda funny that my name just auto-corrected to Alabama. I’d love to go to the launch of support for mums and with three kids and a stay at home blogging dad (a-la-Bucky @TackleNappy) a night out with so many other wonderful women would be just awesome.

  11. The first time I helped a vulnerable mumma was when I attended her labour. Three years later that same mumma coached me through mine. Fast forward 10 years and this amazing lady runs her own support centre in Melbourne for girls who were just like us, vulnerable yet strong.. I’ve got 3 kids now and in my 19th year working for the Salvos. A little mumma support
    Goes a loooong way :-)

  12. Louise says:

    Hmm something that will make you smile? Today I had to share my lunch with both my kids (although they had the exact same thing) and the chickens. Weird thing was it was egg sandwiches!

  13. Hiya Nat, my gorgeous cous-in-law Sally Phillips of Sallybrate (and many other great initiatives) introduced me to you. I live in Sydney and would love to join you but believe Sal is so much more worthy and deserving of a Gala night catch up with you. Frock up gals and have a terrific night with like minded Mums – HAPPY DAYS, Di

  14. Jennifer Bush says:

    I have no great D&M stories to tell. Just another mum running a farm business, creating art, running a scout group, raising two kids, even managing OK as a widow…

    But do know that the world would be far better if mothers ruled the world…

  15. I would gladly keep you company at any time and at any place <3 😀

  16. Heading over now to Like the Support for mums page!
    What a great giveaway. I love to frock up and I love to meet new people. WIth 3 little ones at my feet I rarely get to do either. In fact just this weekend I went through my wardrobes and picked out all my dresses that have not been worn in “some time”. Give me one last chance to wear one of them before they go up on ebay or to the op shop! :-)

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