The FINAL Mamatoga Mother’s Day Giveaway: A Fountain of Youth Facial from Saratoga Botanicals Organic Spa and Store *GIVEAWAY CLOSED*

Saved one of the best for last, ladies. The lovely and beautiful Franesa from Saratoga Botanicals Organic Spa and Store (located at 80 Henry Street in Saratoga Springs) is giving one lucky reader a FREE FACIAL! Click through for details…

One lucky reader is going to win a 60 minute Fountain of Youth Anti-Aging Facial Treatment ($100 value!) a potent Vitamin C and collagen fleece mask treatment plus a gentle fruit exfoliation, that will leave your skin feeling renewed. Vitamin C restores elasticity, prevents and repairs skin damage and diminishes fine lines. Sounds amazing, right?!

To enter, all you have to do is comment below answering this question: what’s your favorite part of motherhood? Make it funny, make it heartstrings tugging, make it real and raw, just tell us what YOUR favorite part of motherhood is right now at this time. One winner will be selected at random and announced LIVE on Friday, May 11th! Good luck mamas and thank you Franesa! xoxo

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39 Responses to The FINAL Mamatoga Mother’s Day Giveaway: A Fountain of Youth Facial from Saratoga Botanicals Organic Spa and Store *GIVEAWAY CLOSED*

  1. Natalia says:

    Having a little human call me mommy… it’s incredible. Also, having someone to do the kid stuff with and not look like a weirdo, like going down the slides at the playground!

  2. Aimee Herring says:

    Experiencing all of the best parts of life all over again through their eyes!

  3. Karley Hoffman says:

    The unconditional love. The mommy hugs. The way they count on me no matter what. How I get to have a mini best friend that I can teach about love and life <3

  4. Angela M. says:

    My favorite part of motherhood is being hugged and kissed by my baby girl after a long hard day! It makes motherhood all that much more rewarding! I can feel the love and feel so connected to her little being every single time!

  5. Erin says:

    I love when my son takes a deep breath against me and says ” you smell so good mommy ” because I am always saying that to him lol. I love that the moment one of my boys sees me their face lights up and they get a huge smile, because it is exactly what I feel when I see them. Most of all I love being a mom because if I could bring two boys like them into the world I did something right, they’re everything!

  6. Kelly Chapman says:

    The unconditional love that is part and parcel of mother/child relationship.

  7. Colleen says:

    Seeing the wonder and amazement as they learn and grow. And best of all, the endless hugs, kisses, and cuddles 🙂

  8. Lia L says:

    Being able to make every moment special, just because you are together.

  9. Brandi Hall says:

    Wonderful giveaway! My favorite part of motherhood is when my little Max, out of the blue, says “Mommy, you’re the best”! Melts my heart!

  10. Lena says:

    I love feeling like I am a positive influence in someone’s life! When I see them mimic good behavior, it’s the greatest feeling! Hopefully it stays that way! Ha!

  11. Celia Mulcahy says:

    My favorite part of being a mom is when I come home to my little girl and she runs up to me yelling mommy and gives me hugs and kisses and hearing her say “I love you”.

  12. Adelaida Rivera says:

    My favorite part about motherhood is watching my boys grow up. Everyday is a new day, new adventures. ❤

  13. Lauren S. says:

    I’ve been a mommy for 5 weeks now. Other than the sleepless nights, the constant spit up, poopy diapers and getting peed on roughly 3 times a day…the best part has been taking in every moment and seeing how quickly he grows every single day!

  14. Julie B. says:

    My favorite part of motherhood so far is seeing the amazing women my girls are becoming. They always impress me with their intelligence, thoughtfulness and crazy sense of humor. My life is so much more fun with them in it. (And I so agree with the above commentator — being a mom gives you the perfect excuse to play on the playground!)

  15. Beth Gelber says:

    I My favorite part of being a mom is sharing the things I love and hold dear with my children and seeing them grow into caring, smart, loving individuals.

  16. Michelle C says:

    My favorite parts of motherhood are the cuddles and watching them learn. I also really enjoy the quiet after they go to bed 😉

  17. Jill Lochner says:

    My favorite part of motherhood is watching the world through the curious and innocent eyes and minds of little ones. Every experience is brand new and exciting, and I love getting to relive that as their mom.

  18. Diane says:

    My child is as sassy as they come. I have to say my favorite part about her sass is her ability to provide a great comeback without missing a beat. Many parents would get angry or be mortified; however, her spunk makes me unbelievably proud to be her mom. The phrase, “she gets it from her mama” is ridiculously true in our household. It also may be the reason why I drink so much wine…..

  19. Jennifer Dufore says:

    Right now, my favorite part is singing her a lullaby and watching her tire and fall asleep. The reason why right now this is my favorite is because 4 weeks ago, bedtime was a nightmare. I dreaded it all day long. We would fight, scream, yell and cry. It was the worse way to end a day. I read a lot about things to do differently and we found a strategy that made bedtime one of the most peaceful, loving moments of the day. Talk about a complete 180!! 🙂

  20. Karolanne Madulka says:

    TThe best part of motherhood is the innocence of youth, the unbounded curiosity of a chievetything seen through a child’s eyes, the hard work of getting through the tough parts and knowing that I would do it all again in a heart beat!

  21. Courtney says:

    The best thing about motherhood is loving these little mini-mes more than I thought was ever possible! I didn’t think I was cut out for this but had fate not stepped in the way (that or too many cocktails one night!), I may have never had the chance to feel how wonderful and special being a mommy of two girls could be!!

  22. Julia says:

    Get ready for this one… drawing and coloring are currently my favorite part of motherhood. With an art degree and a passion for painting and drawing that feel like a past life, I LOVE getting creative with my little one. Rediscovering color, shapes, and texture with her is so inspiring, liberating, and fun! I feel reborn by her excitement and enthusiasm.

  23. Mary C. says:

    The best part of motherhood are the snuggles, the kids racing to meet me at the door when I get home, the unconditional love and hearing “mommy” every day.

  24. Jenn A. says:

    hugs!

  25. Joanna says:

    Love! Being a mom the most important job ever!!

  26. Lacey says:

    I love spending my “free” time deleting 427 pictures of lego structures and up-nose selfies my kids take when they hijack my phone. I love that when I count to 3, even the neighbors brush their teeth and put on their pajamas. I love that I go shopping for myself and leave Baby Gap with items NOT for me. *side not: im still wearing underware from 2001.* I love that if my kids are ever “missing” I just have to go to the bathroom and then they will find me. I love when I look at them I see the very things that made me love their Dad, and also the things that leads me to require friends who are very tolerant. But, I made those little beasts from scratch, and I love the Mom life.

  27. Danielle says:

    My favorite part of motherhood is listening to my tone deaf kids sing as loud and proud as a chorus of angels… sometimes they make up songs putting the mundane drive to school in a new perspective, sometimes they sing with the radio and giggle and shrug when told they messed up lyrics and raise their volume as they sing songs the wrong way on purpose… they learned this from me… I learned it from my mom… my favorite part of motherhood is ensuring the bes traditions are kept alive through the generations!

  28. Stephanie says:

    The best part of being a mama is being forced to slow down and cherish all the little things through their eyes. They continue to teach me to be in the moment!

    And honestly who doesn’t love a game of 20 questions 7 days a week!?!?! 😉

  29. Kristina says:

    I love being able to watch this little person I helped create discover the world and everything in it. I love hearing him say new words and how proud he is when he accomplishes something new and on his own. I especially love that when he wakes up he still stretches the same exact way he did as a newborn.

  30. Denise Hassey says:

    Being the only person who can ‘make it better’, whether it’s a fall out with friends, homework struggles or a bad dream. Knowing that no matter what your hugs and kisses are magical and reassuring and always will be.

  31. Heather Hoj says:

    I love when my 12 yr old hugs and snuggles me. She’s not too old to for some Mama love.

  32. Mary says:

    So many favorite parts right now. I have a 4 1/2 year old and 2 year old. My 4 year old has become SO funny lately. And I love when he tells a joke and makes himself laugh! 🙂 And my 2 year old gives the best hugs.

  33. Molly says:

    When I come home from work and my mom let the kids stay up a little late to see me. My littlest runs to me with and wide screaming MMMMAAAAmamammaA like she hadn’t seen me in a year. It’s wonderful to be that loved.

  34. Diana says:

    I love everything about being a mom! Watching these little people learn and grow is so amazing.

  35. Caitlin says:

    Hearing them belly laugh

  36. Jennifer says:

    The best part of my day is coming home to my toddler. No matter how bad or hard my day was it all melts away when I see his face and hear him say, “Mommy!” I dont even remember what life was like before him. He makes everything exciting and new. Love you Johnathan!

  37. Carrie says:

    when they laugh a real true laugh that lights up everything their face , eyes and even shakes those cute bellies , I can’t get enough .

  38. Antoinette Seybolt says:

    All the love! I neve thought there could be such love! It’s amazing and makes you feel so overwhelmed with joy.