Forget Mothers Day, How About Mothers Month

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One day doesn't do it for all the work it takes to be a good mom. So social networking site ConnectingMoms.com is giving mothers their due with a month of great games and prizes.

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but it's also the best and most rewarding. Maybe Mothers Month isn't even long enough.

One day ... one stinking day? For all of you mothers out there, and you know who you are, one day of sleeping in, breakfast in bed, some flowers and a few well-meaning gifts just doesn't cut it.

Being a mom is like running a small corporation except that one person has all the titles and all the responsibilities. As a mom, you are often the CEO, the CFO, the director of transportation, the executive chef, line cook and waitress, wardrobe designer, groundskeeper, human resources director, facilities manager, janitor, and nurse.

Without a shot at getting four weeks vacation from all those jobs, social networking site ConnectingMoms.com has declared the entire month of May as Mothers Month.

"All moms are working moms," says ConnectingMoms.com co-founder and chief mom officer Shell Luba. "Whether that includes time at an outside job is beside the point. One job outside the home cannot come close to the total of responsibilities that every mom has in the home."

A previous research study documented that working moms spent 44 hours a week at their "work job" and just under 50 hours a week at their "mom job," a total of 94 hours per week while stay-at-home moms estimated working about 92 hours at the mom job.

In a poll conducted by ConnectingMoms for CNN last year, most women reported that the best gift their husbands could give them was simply a "day off". Since that would have to come from hubby, to celebrate Mothers Month, ConnectingMoms has partnered with the AdverGame Network in presenting a couple of fun and easy to play casual games that will be awarding truly useful prizes for both mother and child.

Along with mother-child bonding jewlery such as a Tiny Baubles Waiting Band, a necklace from Solstice Design Studio, game players can win a Terralina gift basket, a TinyLove Gymini® Monkey Island, BabyLegs protective clothing for crawling babies, an annual membership to SitterCity.com, Poppy Pouch nursing covers & baby carriers. Even though only 11% of the moms polled said they would want an electronic gift, they are sure to love the chance to get a handy Flip digital video camera and SanDisk Cruzer® Gator USB Flash Drives for saving and sharing family memories.

"Being a mom is the toughest job in the world," says Luba, "but it's also the best and most rewarding. Maybe Mothers Month isn't even long enough."

About ConnectingMoms.com
Imagine giving and receiving real everyday know-how on the many stages of motherhood. From expecting women about to become mothers, to new mothers eager to share their little love's significant "first", to hip savvy moms who've been there done that!

ConnectingMoms.com is a premiere social networking site for moms of all ages and stages of motherhood to connect; a community open 24/7 where the voices of embracing, amiable, and encouraging women carry you throughout the day. A means to discuss, shop and save, review products, blog, share videos & photos, and interview extraordinary moms. It's a place to find out what works for "them", a place to discover what works for you. So whether you're seeking advice, looking to share your knowledge, or lend a helping hand, ConnectingMoms is the web's premier location for mothers to meet and greet, post and boast, and most importantly - make a difference.

About the AdverGame Network
The AdverGame Network is the largest network of custom-publisher branded advergame sites, monetizing with state-of-the-art "Always On" companion video advertising for top brand advertisers seeking an engaged audience for their messages in a brand-safe environment and hundreds, thousands, millions of consumers all there to see them while they play to win real cash and prizes.

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