12 Oct

Cheerios Milestones $10,000 RESP (Playbook giveaway) – CLOSED

If you are a regular reader, you know that DD has transfered to her toddler bed.  It took sometime and a lot of patience, but she is thankfully sleeping like a little angel in her adorable toddler bed.  Right now, this is the biggest milestone that she has accomplished – “Congratulations Sweetpea”.

Next milestone – potty training and we are about to start that this week or next.  (Why can’t we just let them stay babies forever?!?)  I’m sure you will all be hearing about our potty training experience.  So get your suggestions ready for me.

Throughout her life, she will have many milestones, and I am excited to celebrate each and everyone.

For me, one of my most memorable moments in my life – top 10 for sure is when I graduated from University.  One thing that is also memorable, is the huge debt I had afterwards.  We have already started to save for a post education for DD, who knows how much University is going to cost when she is 18?!?

Cheerios has a huge promotion right now where they are giving away $10,000 towards an RESP from TD Canada Trust.  All you have to do is upload a photo  of an important milestone (eating for the first time, walking,…) in your child’s life.  You can also have a chance to have your child featured on a box of Cheerios – how neat would that be?

Milestones are so important in our kids lives that we have whole books dedicated to them.  I try to put every single thing in DD’s book, I know how much she will treasure it on the future – I sure love the one Mom made for me.

Giveaway: One lucky reader is going to receive a Cheerios Playbook – perfect for learning and fun

To Enter: Make a comment below about your child’s most memorable milestone

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Giveaway closes October 29th @ 11:59 pm PST.  Open to Canada.

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I am participating in the Cheerios Milestones program by Mom Central on behalf of General Mills. I received a gift card as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own. Please see the full Terms of use.

63 thoughts on “Cheerios Milestones $10,000 RESP (Playbook giveaway) – CLOSED

  1. my daughters most memorable milestone is when she first walked by herself
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  2. My son’s biggest milestone to date was definitely starting pre-K. It’s the ultimate move from baby to child! My baby’s milestone, as of just a few weeks ago, was taking those precious first few steps! 🙂

  3. Every day my almost two year old says a handful of new words(that I can understand). Being able to communicate with him is so rewarding

  4. Every day my almost two year old says a handful of new words(that I can understand). Being able to communicate with him is so very rewarding

  5. Right now my daughters biggest milestone would be that, i had set up her toddler bed in her room so she could get used to it being in there, and she trfr’d herself, she would crawl out of her crib and climb into her toddler bed and go to sleep, we have since taken out her crib and she know just goes to bed in her toddler bed 🙂 much easier than i thought it would be so this is a huge milstone for us 🙂

  6. My son’s most memorable milestone was getting his first tooth. It’s so memorable because I was checking daily to see when he would get his first tooth and the tooth came FINALLY at 11 months of age! 🙂

  7. My husband and I were watching the Olympics on TV and we saw the high chair move. We looked down and saw our little guy who was 8 months at the moment take his first steps with support. He didn’t walk without support until 11 months, but we’ll never forget this moment.

  8. So hard to choose because there are just so many but I guess the most memorable milestone was when my kids said I wuv you.

  9. with twins things always happen in twos and they are at the stage where they repeat evertything, so I have to say that right now the most memorable moment is when they look at us and tell us that they “love you” and then give a kiss…

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