Thursday, June 21, 2012

beehaving is best :: hermie dvd {giveaway}

I always like to have a new DVD or something different for the kids when we go on long trips, so I was thrilled Beehaving is Best came in the mail just in time for our road trip to Connecticut.

Watching

Even though Emma G has capped the intended age range of 4-7 and Joshua is well over it, the message applies to all kids. Listening to your parents and God and obeying what they say, really is best. I asked the kids what they learned from it, and their response was one that would put a smile on any Mama's face...respect others, listen to adults, have fun with chores, and don't be whiny. Good lessons indeed!

Giveaway

Up for giveaway is one copy of Beehaving is Best starring Hermie, courtesy of Tommy Nelson. Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only and ends June 28th at 9 pm CST when random number generator will choose one winner.

beehaving is best

Entries

1st Entry  Answer the following question...

How do you reward your kids for following the rules and doing the right thing?

2nd Entry  Tweet and / or share on Facebook the following...


#Win Beehaving is Best starring Hermie & help teach your kids to listen & obey. @TommyNelson @jenprice77 http://bit.ly/M8CWIb

Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry. Also, be sure I have a way to contact you should you win.


For another chance to win, visit Rachel's blog!

Disclosure: I received a copy of Beehaving is Best from Tommy Nelson in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.


Comments are now closed. The winner is #2, MaryAnne!

3 comments :

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Jen, that has to be one of the sweetest and cutest photos ever! Your babies are just dolls... I'm sure they would be insulted if they knew I called them babies... amend to precious young gentleman and lady. ;)

I will bee keeping this one in mind for the Little Men!! blessings ~ tanna

MaryAnne K said...

This sounds like a cute movie!

My kids have charts that they earn things they want through. They get their chart in the morning so long as they didn't cause problems at bedtime, and then can lose it by making bad choices. Then they have the option of earning it back by doing extra chores.

I would love hear what you do with your kids!

Melissa said...

acknowledge it verbally. shared on FB too.

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