Peppers and Pollywogs Party Planning Book Giveaway

I’m kicking off the holiday weekend early with one of four Four For The Fourth giveaways (aka Operation Clean Out The Giveaway Closet.) Stay tuned for more from, TinyTagDesigns, and Mudpuppy Friday and Saturday.

We’ve survived the kindergarten party circuit, a social whirlwind that rivals Paris Hilton’s club hopping. I’ve escorted Miss C to a girly girl diva party, a bouncy inflatable jump zone (pray beforehand for no broken bones) party, as well as her own sixth birthday Hannah Montana slash Tinkerbelle slash Princess soiree.

Lisa Khotari is the expert behind Peppers and Pollywogs who has organized hundreds of parties for children of all ages. Her blog features tips for the hottest birthday themes, from High School Musical to Wall-E, the latest Disney/Pixar flick. Khotari helps parents throw the best party for their children with minimal stress. She believes that no matter the budget or amount of time a parent has, an incredible party can always be thrown.

BlondeMomBlog is giving away a signed copy of Khotari’s helpful birthday party resource planner, Dear Peppers and Pollywogs, which addresses such issues as:

  • How much should we spend on party presents?
  • What happens when my kid invites 50 guests to his party I realize it?
  • How do you return the fish your child received as a party favor?

To enter, leave a comment on this post between now and midnight, Wednesday, July 16. For two entries, leave a comment and visit Savvy Housewife and leave a comment on any post. A winner’s name will be drawn randomly from all eligible comments. You don’t need a blog or website to enter, but you do need to leave a valid e-mail address so that I can contact you should you win.

Visit Peppers and Pollywogs through July 31 to enter for a chance to win a prize package worth more than $4,000. Enter the Best Kid’s Party in the USA Contest by describing your Best Kid’s Party Plan for up to 25 kids ages 1-13 in your home. Kothari will organize and execute the winner’s party!


  1. killlashandra says:

    Planning and organizing is the only way to survive multiple kids and then find time to do everything else in between. A planner sounds like a great idea. 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my heeler photo. You know, I did not even know about blue heelers until I moved to New Mexico. Now I’ve decided they are wonderful dogs and more people should be aware of the great breed. 🙂

  2. Kia says:

    Are Canadians allowed to enter? If so, I’d love to!

    Kias last blog post..Kia Had a Bad Day. What a day Kia Had.

  3. Karen Clark says:

    Oh this is so cool. I have kids from 4 to 13 and am always wondering how to navigate this whole thing. It is hard not to compare to other kids’ parties too so this would be great! Thanks!

  4. Carla Pullum says:

    I could use a Birthday Resource book with 2 daughter and parties all the time for all occasions!!

  5. Vickie Couturier says:

    I have 4 grandchildren under the age of 8 an another on the way so yeah we could use this,ive very much active in my grandchildrens lifes,so I help with the planning an the buying of party supplies,This would be a big help to me,thanks

  6. judy brittle says:

    I can really use this book. I have 9 grandchildren and 8 of them are 6 and under. Need plenty of ideas.

  7. Birder@girlsandnylons says:

    Where did you get your 4 grandchildren under the age of 8 an another on the way so yes we could use this you have very much active in your grandchildrens lifes so you help with the planning an the buying of party supplies This would be a big help to you? I have a Lisp processor.

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