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BitDefender Internet Security 2010: locks out viruses, hackers, and spam while providing parental control and firewall protection. It will protect one computer for one full year (not just the rest of 2010). BitDefender just launched a new security resource for online parents called BitMoms (dads are welcome too!). It is an interactive website and social network that is designed to provide news, content and tools for parents and parent bloggers in order to make the internet a safer place for children and families.
Light-Up Marble Racers: combines the racing exciting of mini-toy sports cars and the classic amusement of marbles to create a fun new toy for toddler boys and girls. Your kids can customize their Marble Racers with themed, easy to use, crack & peel racing decals, race their cars on standard tracks, and then watch as the flashing LED marble rolls to keep pace. My boys H&R had a blast trying out these cars. The only thing that might make the car better might be a pull back motor so the car will go on its own (I only noticed this because R was trying to do it), but the boys definitely enjoyed the cars regardless. One Random Mommy reader will win a 6-car collector set courtesy of Skullduggery: Police Racer, Fire Racer, Cats' Eye Racer, Cyclone Racer, Confetti Racer, and Volcano Racer.
Tooth Fairy: Dwayne Johnson (The Game Plan) stars as Derek Thompson, a hard-charging minor league hockey player whose nickname comes from his ability to knock out other players’ teeth. After discouraging a youngster’s hopes, he is ordered to one week’s hard labor as the real Tooth Fairy, complete with the requisite tutu, wings and magic wand. At first he “can’t handle the tooth,” but eventually learns how to adapt to his new position and finds himself rediscovering his own forgotten dreams. From Emmy award-winning director Michael Lembeck (“Friends”), the whimsical adventure features a stellar supporting cast including Academy Award winner Julie Andrews (Enchanted), Ashley Judd (Crossing Over, Helen), Stephan Merchant (“The Office”), and professional skateboarder Ryan Sheckler. It's definitely a fairy tale younger audiences will enjoy. When my family sat down to watch my review copy, my toddlers were interested during the hockey and music scenes, but not so much the fairy scenes (but my kids fulfill every gender stereotype of being boys' boys so are not too much into fairies). TWO Random Mommy readers will win their own DVD, courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, to watch in the comfort of their own homes.
HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY:Contest period runs from Tuesday, May 4, 2010 at 7:00 PM (Pacific) until Monday, May 10, 2010 at 11:59 PM (Pacific). Enter by leaving a comment of which item you would like to win, and leave your e-mail address OR sign in to comments using your Blogger ID, make sure your Blogger profile is public and includes your e-mail address. If you don't leave a comment that includes your prize preference and your e-mail address or public Blogger profile, your entry will be disqualified. One entry per person. I reserve the right to extend the contest period. At the end of the contest period, I will utilize Random.org to randomly choose the four winners. Winners will be contacted by e-mail. Winners have 72 hours to respond to my e-mail. If the winners do not respond within 72 hours, the prizes will go to the next place winner(s) as decided by Random.org. This contest is open for US Residents only. A huge thank you and much appreciation to the sponsors for their generosity.