Two Doulas-AppleCheeks Hanukkah Giveaway!

Two Doulas - AppleCheeks

If you’re anything like us here at Two Doulas, you might feel less than enthusiastic about the holidays. But you know what makes the season more bearable for us grinches (besides booze)? Free stuff! 

To help brighten your festival of lights, we’ve teamed up with the awesome folks at AppleCheeks Cloth Diapers for an awesome Chanukkah giveaway!

This AppleCheeks Cloth Diaper Starter Kit could be yours!

This AppleCheeks Cloth Diaper Starter Kit could be yours!

Tell us your favourite way to spell Chanukah in the comments below and like and share the Two Doulas Facebook page for a chance to win a FREE AppleCheeks starter kit (valued at $175)! The winner will be announced this Sunday afternoon, just in time for the last night.

However you spell it, we wish you a very Happy Hanukah/Channukah/Chanuka/Hanukkah!

UPDATE: We have a winner! Congratulations, May Li and to all of our participants, thank you! Have a very happy holiday season, whatever you celebrate and however you spell it. Love, Two Doulas 

54 thoughts on “Two Doulas-AppleCheeks Hanukkah Giveaway!

  1. Pamela F.Z. says:

    Even if I saw some french people writting Hanoucca, I prefer Hanukkah! I looks pretty ( sorry if it looks weird coming from a non-jewish! By the way, i was greeted by a uber funny old man (jewish of course ! ) at Pierre-Eliott Trudeau air port ….wishing me a happy Hanukah!?

  2. Megan Drane says:

    I’m not Jewish but I appreciate this giveaway. I’m a big fan of AppleCheeks! I never knew there were different spellings I just know the one… Hanukkah.

  3. Meghan V. says:

    I didn’t realize that there were so many different ways of spelling it! I have only ever spelled it Hanukkah.
    FB name: Ellie Grey

  4. Louise says:

    I like the way Chanukah looks the best. I would probably use Hanukkah, though, since I see it most commonly. Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. Amy says:

    Looks like I’m a minority, but I spell it Chanukkah. Don’t you need the “ch” to get the throat-clearing first syllable?

  6. Stephanie says:

    Glad to see so many doulas coming to Montreal – I used one at my birth in June and she was a rockstar!
    As for the contest, my favorite/go-to spelling is: Hanukkah

    Happy festival of lights!
    S

  7. Nikola says:

    Always been Hannukah in these parts. I’ve been teaching my just turned two year old to say Happy Hannukah when we go to Bubba’s on Sunday. But when he says it it comes out more like happy Honka! Which is adorable and cute and I don’t want to correct.

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