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Published on May 7, 2012
Hallmark showered three special mom bloggers with well wishes, love and support at the Mom 2.0 Summit, May 4-5, 2012, in Key Biscayne, Fla.
Card Showers from Hallmark is a new online service that makes organizing card showers for loved ones easier than ever before, and we want to help you experience the new service first-hand by "showering" bloggers you helped pick!
You sent the nominations, and now we've selected three moms to be surprised with a mailbox full of best wishes!
Meet the recipients
Stacey Ferguson (Justice Fergie's Life is the Party): Stacey Ferguson is a wife, mom, lawyer, mentor, entrepreneur and friend. When she isn't busy being a mom to three children under seven years of age, she works as a founder of the Be Blogalicious conference. Stacey is always willing to go the extra mile, whether it's standing up for a friend, providing a shoulder to cry on or increasing the visibility of issues for women of color. She is a role model for women everywhere.
Katherine Stone (PostPartum Progress): A survivor of postpartum OCD, Katherine Stone plays an invaluable role raising awareness for postpartum depression. She leads the charge encouraging moms to take care of themselves at their most vulnerable time, and shows true resilience as she fights to improve postpartum care for moms. While it's not an easy job, Katherine manages to do it all with grace, elegance and a fantastic sense of humor.
Katie Granju (Mamapundit): Tragedy isn't easy to face or overcome, but Katie Granju continues to do it every day. Katie shares her labor of love as she struggles with the death of her teenage son, Henry, who passed nearly two years ago. She's passionate about turning her family's tragedy into education for others, and works tirelessly in honor of Henry's Fund -- a non-profit dedicated to making a powerful, lasting, life changing impact on kids who want to break free of the pain of drug addiction. Katie successfully just held her first online fundraiser for Henry's Fund, and continues to provide encouragement and inspiration to others.