Daddy & Co. and My Life As A Dad Celeb Daddy Gift Pack Giveaway (Ends 06/03/14)


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Sponsored by: Daddy & Co. & My Life As A Dad

Hosted by: It’s Free At Last

Gone are the days of mommy’s in the role of primary caregiver to the little ones at home. Nowadays, more father’s are becoming stay-at-home dads and are very hands-on when it comes to the rearing and caring of kids, especially the little ones.
With Father’s Day approaching, and the launch of a brand new web series entitled “My Life As A Dad,” I am pleased to bring you this amazing opportunity to win a Celeb Daddy Gift Pack ($162.00 Value). Prizes will include:

  • Daddy & Co.’s Daddy Diaper Pack,
  • Big Daddy Hook
  • What Daddy Bear Loves + Daddy Bear
  • I’m The Daddy Water Bottle
  • Sunglasses
  • One set of Daddy & Me Tees (child tee can be for a boy or girl)
  • 1 box of Daddy’s Disposable Diaper Changing Pads

My Life As A Dad (MLAAD) is the first show of its kind to delve into the lives of celebrity and professional athlete dads and highlights their journey to daddy hood. The show features personal interviews, kid jam sessions, and games, along with advice, discovery, and emotional messages direct from celebrity and professional athletes that you know. MLAAD gets their answers to important questions, such as how they feel about being a dad, their parenting philosophies, how they balance their family life with their professional life and, in some cases, how they relate their unique upbringing to being a dad today. You’ll find out what their favorite activity to engage with their child is; their best piece of parenting advice, and even their first thought following their child’s birth.

Check out this great clip of MLAAD:

The series features interviews with the likes of actor/comedian Tom Arnold, Dancing with the Stars winner J.R. Martinez, NCIS Los Angeles’ Eric Christian Olsen, Witchblade’s Will Yun Lee, and many more!

Tom Arnold quotes his best advice for new dads as “This is for real. This is a lifetime commitment. Everything is different now.”

DWTS winner J.R. Martinez’ funny confession. “There were a couple of times when I put the diaper on backwards!”

NCIS: Los Angeles star Eric Christian attended birthing classes and even met with a doula. He says, “It was really helpful for me to have an understanding of what the next step was and what I could to (to help and be a part of the birthing process).”

Be sure to stay connected with My Life As a Dad for all the latest clips, news and exciting stories via:

Facebook | Twitter | You Tube

To enter for your chance to win this amazing prize pack, simply follow the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway is open to US residents, ages 18+ years of age and ends on 06/03/14.

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9 Replies to “Daddy & Co & MLAAD Prize Pack”

  1. I watched the interview with My Life As A Dad – Howie Dorough – On Bullying & His Future Plans.

  2. Tom Arnold but I really have to say —you should get some videos from military people discussing fatherhood and having to deploy. It would be a great addition to those series.

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