01 August 2013

Winnie the Pooh Review and Giveaway


Recently I had the chance to review the rerelease of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and HD digital on August 27th!  We don't ever watch regular tv around here and we do stream movies occasionally or get them from the library, but it's been a long time since we watched Winnie the Pooh.  I wondered how my kids would react since some are a bit older now.
I don't normally sit down and watch movies with them.  That's their special time, and it's my special time to do anything without an interruption, unless it's a request for popcorn, of course.  But I snuggled on the bed with them (most of them, at least, as Pearl and Olive were off at camp and Gammy's, so there was extra room on the bed.).
Drummer was feeling like a little black raincloud when we started the movie, just like Winnie the Pooh, so I snuck out to put him down for a nap.  I wondered if Divine would even be interested since she's getting older, but she was glued to it the whole time.
As much fun as the action-packed, perfectly computerized animated movies are these days, I absolutely adored the scratchy, yet timeless animation of each of the Hundred Acre Woods characters.  I told Ryan later that evening, I forgot how much I love Winnie the Pooh.  He laughed and said that's what I said the last time we saw Winnie the Pooh (which I don't remember when it was, but it must be true if I said it twice, right?). I still felt sorry for poor little Eeyore, annoyed with Rabbit and how egocentric he is, in love with the friendship between all of them, and enchanted with the romance of it all.
Divine had an ah-ha moment in the middle of the movie when she realized for the first time that Piglet was a Pig.  Wha? We both laughed about that one, and then brainstormed about what else she thought he might be.  I also informed them that Piglet was a boy, another revelation to them.  I love that I can tease her about things like that.  This time I was especially drawn to the bee scene (remember when the bees are madly chasing Winnie the Pooh?) because I added two more supers (boxes of frames for the bees to build honeycomb) to my beehive this week, one for the queen to lay more eggs (=more bees!) and one just for honey (=to eat with warm bread!) and I didn't blame those bees one bit, guarding their honey ;).
I know it might seem a bit silly, but I'm glad this review came along and that I got to fall in love with Winnie the Pooh all over again.  I'm still hanging onto the innocence of childhood for my kids, even though I know they are growing up.  Watch this with your kids :).


To learn more about The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and the adventure, friendships, and imagination of the Hundred Acre Woods, you can visit the Disney website or Facebook page.

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150 comments:

  1. I love how childlike the Winnie the Pooh drawings are. Innocent and timeless! I'd love to win the movie.

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  2. Friendship, imagination and adventure are three main things that make up childhood, particularly the later too. As we age we drift from the magic of imagination and adventure. As a mom I love discovering them again through my children. Luckily friendship remain and seems to grow stronger through the years.

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  3. I bet my boys would love the winnie the pooh movie. What a fun Friday night movie to watch.

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  4. My boys adore Winnie the Pooh. My oldest is nearly seven, but it's the only movie he consistently wants to watch. We read the stories to him when he was younger, and I think the movies are a big comfort to him. I cried so often in the book.

    I'm fortunate to have three boys. One of the things I love the most about that is they are natural friends. Totally different, and yet they share in their boy-ness. It's all about legos, sword fights, and superheroes. I'm always working on pushing their imaginations. We read a lot, I sew them dress up clothes (monsters, chickens, robots, superheroes, etc.), and we explore our very rural area. They're getting so independent of me, but definitely not each other.

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  5. Pooh has such a special place for me. I would just love to win. When I was born, my mother gave my then 2-year-old brother his own Pooh Bear to take care of while she took care of me. He diapered it, fed it, burped it, etc. for a year. When I had my daughter, my brother's first gift to her was a Pooh Bear of her own (he's still holding on to HIS Pooh Bear, 30-some years later).

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  6. so fun! Winnie the Pooh was one of Brooklyn's favorite first movies! It was my go to movie to distract her for a few minutes so I could jump in the shower. It has always been one of our family favorites!

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  7. I have one son, and he's younger than drummer by a bit, so we're just beginning with friendship and imagination. I find that the more freedom I give him (within reason) to explore our home, the better. Ice cream buckets are bowls, buckets, chairs, and hats around here. And it's pretty fun to laugh with him while he experiments. :)

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  8. It is important to learn necessary skills for a happy and rewarding life.
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  9. tweet - https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/362973497452015616
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  10. I want my son to have every opportunity to stretch his imagination. It can be so hard to do that with a lot of the toys today that are all bells and whistles. We have been working to simplify our toy collection and keep only the things that often open-ended play and lots of room for imagination. (And we love Winnie the Pooh!)

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  11. I tweeted!!! https://twitter.com/bibanon1/status/362975580171411457

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  12. I love Pooh and haven't seen the movie in a long while either. I am sure my almost two year old would approve :)

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  13. My children make their own adventures every day -- well, six brothers, so can you be surprised? They make forts everywhere, climb anything, hold regular club meetings, and build great cities with their legos. I love watching them work and play together.

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  14. It's important for kids to have friends and have fun to be happy and sociable

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  15. Friendship, imagination and adventure are important for my children because they get to develop social skills and enjoy the fun of being a kid.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  17. https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/362982922581573632

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  18. My son absolutely loved Winnie the Pooh when he was growing up. When he was 5 and we were redoing his room he insisted that the wallpaper be Winnie the Pooh. We told him he might not like that in a couple of years, but he insisted. Now I have a two year old grandson and all of my Winnie the Pooh is on VHS which we can't play anymore. I would love to introduce my grandson to Winnie the Pooh. I like to think that the Disney movies and the Milne books helped to create the gentle soul that my son has. He had the Shepherd style stuffed animals and went on many "expotitions" with them. Such sweet stories. My son is giving my grandson the set of Milne books for his 3rd birthday but I think he is ready for the movies now. Thank you for the chance

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  19. This is a favorite of ours. Both my girls are in love with Pooh, and it's only a matter of time before the baby loves him, too....

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  20. I have not seen this movie in years and I know my kids would love it!

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  21. We are a military family, so we move around more then most people. It is important for me to pass on the wonders of lasting friendship, even if they are across the miles.

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  22. i try to give my kids opportunities for adventure daily, and it works out even better if they experience their adventures with friends (siblings are the best for this!)

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  23. It important because my children learn so much by playing together and with other kids, as well as by using their imaginations. This prepares them to be productive and happy adults.

    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  25. I have 5 boys and one little girl ranging from 18 months to 11 years old. We too don't have TV at our house but we love to sit down for a good movie on the weekends. I am amazed that all my kids love Winnie the Pooh. When I turn it on for my youngest 3, all of the clan gathers around. There is something about these Pooh's good friends and their tenderness for each other that all of my kids are drawn to. All of them have that kind of friendship in each other and the older ones are starting to realize the importance of their true friends, where ever they me be found. I am so grateful for movies like Winnie the Pooh that can touch these kids lives without in your face comments and action but rather heart tugging songs and relationships.

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  26. My 20-month old girl is starting to show her imagination. She has been sharing her food and drink with her stuffed duck (her constant companion)... She will pretend to eat her play food and pretend to drink out of her stacking cups. It is so fun to see! I can't wait to see how her imagination develops ;)
    Natalie (QSOgirl at yahoo dot com)

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  27. Imagination, friendships, and a sense of adventure can open up the whole world to children. I try to nurture them and allow them to follow the beat of their own drums.

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  29. My 13 year old will still watch Winnie the Pooh (all in the name of watching with her little sister, but we all know she loves it too). I still adore Pooh bear (and Tigger too, of course).
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    This would be wonderful to win!
    ~Michelle

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  30. Cute post! My kids are young, the oldest just heading off to preschool in the fall. I am looking forward to watching her little friendships bud! Ruth(dot)siedlecki(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. We had a Winnie-The-Pooh themed birthday party when my son turned one. I love the innocence of this story and all of the lessons it teaches! Thanks for the reminder to embrace that. I'm going to pull out the books tomorrow!

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  32. I haven't seen Winnie-the-Pooh in FOREVER! Such a classic! I'd love to win and see it again! :-)

    Melissa M.
    melissamoyers6982 at yahoo.com

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  33. childhood imagination is so cool to witness

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  34. I haven't seen it forever ,my baby is 22 but just reading about Winnie the Pooh I can hear "Oh bother" in my head and am remembering how they all helped each other with their problems ....so true of good friends,! I have a grandson who is 18 months old I need to introduce him to Pooh nad his pals!! laurakam at iowatelecom dot net

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  35. I love Winnie the Pooh! Such a wonderful and wholesome cast of characters! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  36. its important for children to imagine dream and develop their minds.. its crucial for becoming a healthy adult!

    vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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    https://twitter.com/MeandBells/status/363350392639193088

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  38. We LOVE this movie in our house! I can't even count the number of times we watch it in a week. Thanks!

    whitfb@cox.net

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  39. I love listening to my kids play together and use their imaginations. They are so creative, compassionate and happy during those times together. I love that winnie-the-pooh teaches all the wonderful virtues that I want my kids to have. :)

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  40. Imagination and friends are so important to develop social skills and become creative. It's fun to think about what could be.

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  42. My oldest never got into pooh but there's still hope! I have a 6 month old!

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  43. My son loves Winnie the Pooh! I too love how innocent Winnie the Pooh is.

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  44. Every kid needs a buddy. Someone to learn and play with. When I think back on my own childhood most of my memories involve my best girl friends. I know my son will have similar memories as he grows with his friends.

    onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

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  45. Tweet: https://twitter.com/OneFrugalGirl/status/363503920858935296
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  46. I think its very important. It helps them grow and develop a personality and great social skills as well.

    amypugmire@live.com

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  47. tweet. amypugmire@live.com
    https://twitter.com/1amypugmire/status/363530738932523008

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  48. I totally added this to our amazon wishlist when I saw that it was coming out. The old pooh stuff appeals to me a lot more than the newer. It's all so sweet and quirky. AA Milne stories are one of the options we have for Clover on an iPod that we let her listen to audio books on after we put her to bed. This probably explains in part some of the random british accents she throws into conversation sometimes.....

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  49. friendship, imagination and adventure are important because you need to escape and explore in your mind it helps you grow and be creative and it makes life that more interesting and everything is better with a friend

    hippopurplemonkey at yahoo dot com

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  50. I love this post! And I love Winnie the Pooh too! I've been waiting since I've had my boys for this to come out again. They loved the new one and I'm hoping we can have a movie night like yours soon with the original.

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  51. It’s important for kids because it helps to develop their social skills.
    austma7@aol.com

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  52. Imagination is important for creativity and growing through adventures, which plays into their imagination. Friendships and building relationships is a necessary skill for all ages.

    s2s2 at Comcast dot net

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  53. https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/363846098177114113

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  54. They are all character building traits and therefore very important.

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  55. Friendship is important to have support in life and people to share the happy moments with and building relationships is important for careers. As for imagination? What would a grand adventure be without one? All are very important tools for a child to grow and prosper! :)

    deeg131 at gmail dot com

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  56. tweeted https://twitter.com/DeeGee13/status/363920724852883456

    deeg131 at gmail dot com

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  57. I feel like children who use their imaginations can entertain themselves more and are a little less needy.

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  58. I tweeted too

    https://twitter.com/jessrwarfield/status/364043420878123008

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  59. There is nothing more important than friendships and bonds while growing up and as an adult
    ky_Grandma40@yahoo.com

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  60. All of that prepares them for the real world.
    tamarsweeps-at-gmail-dot-com

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  61. I feel that the importance of friendship, imagination and adventure in my kids lifes help them to develope socially and emotionally.
    Thanks so much.
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  62. These things are all important in my children's live, because it gives them confidence, fun and helps them develop and learn about the world.
    lazybones344 at gmail dot com

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  63. Through friendship, children learn tolerance, compassion, and social interaction. Playing together inspires imagination, and that increases thinking power. So yes, it's all very important to a child's development.

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  64. https://twitter.com/tnshadylady/status/364147947090354177

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  65. Adventure brings new experiences and learning to children.

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  66. I think it’s very important, when your young, friendships come and go, if your lucky, you’ll still have a few of those connections as lifelong friends!!! Life without adventure would almost have no meaning, especially for a child!
    rjwashington2000 at yahoo dot com

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  68. https://twitter.com/mngirlinssp/status/364362756444520449
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  69. These three things are what help children to grown into emotional healthy adults - thank you.

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  70. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/364571700563677186

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  71. Kids need to experience all this to grow and become who they will be. It also helps with social skills, independence, and confidence.

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  72. Friendship, imagination and adventure help develop social and skills and self-confidence

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  73. these things are important,help them to learn about themselves and what them want in their life
    tina19820115@gmail.com

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  74. https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/364809124824891394
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  75. Friendship, imagination and adventure are impoart for my kids because they make life richer and happier.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  76. -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/364956282597277698

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  77. oh Winnie the pooh, he goes everywhere with us. his head has been sewn on twice. all the neighbors know my little boy by his pooh, carried with in one arm every day. pooh is a loyal trusted friend around here, oh so loved, teaching him comfort, love and loyalty. and of course adventure, pretending and exploring - a partner to it all. someday when he grows up that ol' pooh with sit on a shelf near & dear to my heart, a reminder; a thinking spot. would love the movies - can't ever watch them enough. glad I tuned in to your blog early this morning :)

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  78. My daughter thrives from friendships. She learns the most by mimicking others actions. I love watching her gain skills by being creative and using her imagination.

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  79. Friendship, imagination and adventure are three main things that make up childhood, particularly the later too. As we age we drift from the magic of imagination and adventure. As a mom I love discovering them again through my children. Luckily friendship remain and seems to grow stronger through the years.

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  80. Friendships are the bonds that keep my daughter happy, healthy, enables her to use imagination, and often a source for many adventures.

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  81. encouraging imagination builds problem solving skills for the future

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  82. What is youth without friendship and imagination?

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

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  83. he is only 8 months; so far friendship means someone new to chew on! scg00387 at yahoo dot com scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  84. https://twitter.com/scg00387/status/366766831987458050 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  85. friendships are important for children bc it develops relationships outside the family for a child

    tiffany lane
    mckenziesmom1@hotmail.com

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  86. friendship is important to foster social skills

    jen gersch intime@myself.com

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  87. because the combination of the 3 of them help to form his personality. He is drawn to kids who play and imagine like himself which helps him develop strong relationships
    nannypanpan@gmail.com

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  88. Imagination helps children become creative thinkers; friendship and adventure is an essential part of life

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  89. All three skills are important for childhood and into adulthood.

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  90. Friendship, imagination and adventure in your child’s life is important because it molds them to become who they are and teaches them love and acceptance.

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  91. My four year is recently learning the value of friendship and its wonderful to see his development, he has a huge imagination and we try to enhance it at every opportunity. My two year old is the one with all the sense of adventure!

    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  93. Friendship, imagination and adventure are so important in a child's life because they will use all of these things throughout their entire life!
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  94. The ability to use imagination to create an adventure with their friends molds a child into a confident and well social balanced individual.

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  95. https://twitter.com/myfolly/status/370057550382645248

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  96. The ability to use imagination to create an adventure with their friends molds a child into a confident and well social balanced individual.

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  97. Ooops........please delete my last comment, I already entered.

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  98. my kids use their imaginations to come up with adventures to enjoy with their friends

    pryfamily5@gmail.com

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  99. i tweeted https://twitter.com/pryfamily5/status/369932547544719360

    pryfamily5@gmail.com

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  100. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/370345954521513985
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  101. I do not have kids but friendship is very important. When I was a kid I was always with my friends, and I had a big imagination!

    motioncitycutie(at)aol(dot)com

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  102. I think imagination is incredibly important and do whatever I can to encourage imagination through playtime.
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  103. Having a good imagination is a great thing for children.

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  104. Imagination is so important to encourage it helps a child grow and be creative. I really think it helps them believe they can do anything. My kids and I have tea partys, and such are favorite is pretending to be a vet.

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  105. https://twitter.com/eaglesforjack/status/372781174571024384

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  106. Friendship, Imagination and Adventure will help a child grow and want more from life.

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  107. I don't think my last entry went in, so I am re-entering.

    Friendship, Imagination and Adventure will help a child grow and want more from life.

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  108. Friendship is the lodestone in our lives. Creativity and a sense of adventure can spark a child to perform better in school, become more confidant, problem solve - and lead to an amazing adulthood.
    adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com

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  109. i tweeted here: https://twitter.com/bellows22/status/373645545157316608

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  110. It allows them to discover who they are through play. Imagination is very important! sweepmorey at gmail dot com

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  111. tweeted https://twitter.com/mommysdizzy/status/373865828812193792 sweepmorey at gmail dot com

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  112. I love when kids have adventures is takes them to places they may never see with out a imagination

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  113. https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/373895627182071808

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  114. I love that my daughter has stayed friends with her buddies from daycare throughout the year, even when they went on to different schools. They've maintained a wonderful bond.

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  115. Our middle daughter personifies friendship, imagination and adventure. She sees the good in almost everyone and is an artist.

    ky2here at msn dot com

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  116. https://twitter.com/ky2here1/status/374323182976520193

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  117. It will help enrich his life and make him a better person.

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  118. I think they all build character and help the kids live healthy active social lives.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  119. Friendship, adventure, and imagination are all important aspects in a children's life. They grow emotionally and mentally and it let's them be who they are and discover themselves. It gives them skills they will need in their adult lives. I love sitting and just watching my kids use their imaginations!

    brat52101 at yahoo dot com

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  120. It hleps them be good people as they grow into adults.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  121. by reading out loud and spending time creating from nothing I can help my children open their mind star95011atyahoodotcom

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  122. It builds character, creates a world of fun, and leads to a happy childhood.

    ccboobooy at gmail dot ocm

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  123. It is so important for kids to have an imagination. As my kids grow I see how their imagination grows too! I encourage their creativity and socializing with similar friends!

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  124. Friendship, imagination and adventure are needed because they help children develop into happy, well-rounded people!!

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  125. fostering friendship, imagination and adventure in a child will create an adult who is caring, giving, open-minded, and non-judgmental.

    kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

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  126. I want my daughter to find happiness and with that she will need to make many friends. Her imagination is important so she can dream big.
    chasingbaby at gmail dot com

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  127. Friendship, imagination and adventure are important for my children because they get to develop social skills

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  128. The importance of friendship, imagination and adventure in my child's life is that you never really grow old when you have them.

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  129. I find that E. behaves and listens better after he’s had some socialization with kids his age. He’s an only child so that isn’t as frequent as for other kiddos, so we try to get as much peer interaction as possible for the little guy.

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  130. https://twitter.com/klp1965/status/374876290064449536

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  131. Without friendship, there is no socialization. Without imagination, there can be no creativity. Without adventure, there can be no life experiences. I would say without these three factors, there can be no true childhood.
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  132. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/MsTofuFairy/status/374914607493550081
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  133. I truly believe that friendship, imagination and adventure are of the utmost importance in our child's life. They help with growth and maturity and help keep life fun and exciting.
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  134. Friendship, imagination and adventure are the most important things in my sons' lives. Watching them dream up backyard adventures with their friends not only means they are building upon their social and creative skills, but more importantly enjoying their childhood years (which go by way too quickly)

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  135. Friendship, imagination and adventure are important for my children to be well rounded.

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  136. https://twitter.com/aes529/status/374954265036324865

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  137. Imagination can let a child have adventures they may not ever experience in real life.

    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  138. Tweet - https://twitter.com/willitara/status/374955434307629056

    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  139. It is important for kids to learn these skills for success in life.

    krazekatlady at gmail dot com

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  140. Tweet https://twitter.com/happeegirl/status/374958233309298688


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  141. Friendship and imagination go hand in hand while a child! I loved playing games with my friends as a kid where we would pretend we were different people and imagine entire worlds together. It was amazing what we could do when we imagined as friends--much more than if I was alone!

    hmcnaron at gmail

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  142. Friendship, imagination and adventure are all important for kids (and adults, too) We take a daily hike around the lake and see what adventures we can have.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  143. The little one already has quite the vivid imagination!

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  144. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/374983608412286976

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  145. Friendship, imagination and adventure sounds like the background format for many of our most beloved books that we read the kids
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  146. tweeted
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  147. Friendship, imagination and adventure are the three best things when you're a child. Friendship for when you're feeling lonely. Imagination for when you're feeling bored. Adventure for when you're feeling a little..well, adventurous! ;)

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  148. Its very important that my kids have fun with there imagination and go on fun adventures with there good friends.

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  149. https://twitter.com/thomasmurphy40/status/374997636584988672

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  150. It helps them become creative and kind adults.
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