It’s National Ice Cream Month and You Want Some Now…

Hi Friends! (Both local and national) It’s National Ice Cream month and I have a few different things going on in the next couple of weeks. BUT… today… it’s all about Cold Stone Creamery!

Nothing says summer like cold ice cream in a delicious waffle cone bowl! I love when I first open the doors and walk into a Cold Stone Creamery… the aroma of freshly baked waffle cones and bowls envelop me. The sweet cream beckons me. The gummy bears smile from behind the glass…

You want some now… don’t you?

I’m so pleased to have Cold Stone Creamery as a sponsor of July’s sold out AZ Mom’s Night Out. If you didn’t get in on the fun… don’t worry! There are events coming up almost monthly! Stay tuned HERE or at Scottsdale Moms Blog to hear the latest AZ Mom’s Night Out News!

And now… to WIN! I’m giving away a $25 gift card to Cold Stone Creamery along with my partners, Scottsdale Moms Blog! So enter here… enter there… Play along and win some summertime goodness from Cold Stone Creamery!

To Enter:

*Leave a comment below sharing your favorite ice cream memory.

Additional optional entries (please leave each as a separate comment):

*Like Cold Stone Creamery on Facebook

*Follow Cold Stone on Twitter

*Follow me @childhood on Twitter

The winner will be chosen at random on Friday, July 22!

Happy National Ice Cream Month!

Comments

  1. Maria White says:

    Ah, when my now husband asked me to be his girl… I was eating icecream :)

  2. shelley says:

    My first date with my husband was to an ice cream parlor..18 years later we are now taking our 5 kids to the same ice cream place! = )

  3. Brandi Maki says:

    I worked serving ice cream for 4 years and I met so many great people and made lifelong friends doing so. I was raised up on ice cream so to speak.

  4. angee yousef says:

    I was eating “icecream” when my water broke with my first born! Now she is 16….

  5. angee yousef says:

    Like on Facebook also!

  6. angee yousef says:

    Follow on Twitter too!

  7. Brandi Trogdon says:

    I grew up in a small town and my husband and I frequently went on “ice cream” dates at our local ice cream shop. :)

  8. DF says:

    Going out to dinner with my grandparents and them taking me for ice cream afterwards. I’d always get a cine with extra sprinkles :)

  9. Kieran Nelson says:

    I love sharing ice cream with my one year old. He makes the funniest face beacuse it is cold!!

  10. Kieran Nelson says:

    I follow cold stone on facebook!

  11. Nicole Greene says:

    My favorite ice cream memory is going to get ice cream at out mini golf course like 3x a week every summer when i was a kid!

  12. Nicole Greene says:

    I “LIKE” Cold Stone on fb (Nicole Pitts)

  13. Nicole Greene says:

    I follow Cold Stone on twitter @pittsy82

  14. Nicole Greene says:

    I follow you on twitter @pittsy82

  15. Deaven says:

    I remember hearing the icecream man come around and begging my grandparents for some change so I could get a sweet treat. I used to love ordering from the icecream man, but I don’t think I’d go near one now. haha.

  16. Jessica Layer says:

    My fave ice cream memory is when I gave my duaghter her first ice cream cone. There was such a look of pleasure on her face!

  17. Jessica Layer says:

    Liked Cold Stone Creamery on Facebook

  18. Jessica Layer says:

    Followed Cold Stone on Twitter

  19. Jessica Layer says:

    Followed @childhood on Twitter

  20. christy says:

    Love the Mint Ice Cream with Chocolate Brownie and Chocolate Fudge. Major YUM!!

  21. christy says:

    Like Cold Stone on FB!!

  22. kate says:

    I love eating Cold Stone with my One year old daughter, she loves her sweets and her face is just hilarious when she tastes something cold!

  23. kate says:

    I also like on Facebook.

  24. Marla says:

    Enjoying a nice bowl of the cold stuff of a hot summer day is always a good memory, so refreshing!

  25. Marla says:

    Liked cold stone on facebook!!!

  26. Stacy Moreno says:

    I’m from the Jersey Shore and every summer the italian ice stand opens up for business right down the street from a major public beach. To me it signifies summer. An average night you wait in a 30 plus person long line, but it’s expected and never bawked at! It’s just Jersey Dhore style!