Monday, January 12, 2009

Time for a "Wee" give away..times 5 ..that is.

Yes, it is time for a give away here at "The Garden Goose"!
This is all about the "wee folk"..yes..your children or grand children.

I have 5 brand new copies of the "Wee Sing" books with cassettes.

I will be awarding to 5 different individuals.
I have
2 copies of "Wee Sing Fun and Folk"
1 copy of "Wee Sing and Play"
1 copy of "Wee Sing Children's Songs and Fingerplays"
1 copy of "Wee Sing Nursery Rhymes and Lullabies"
Leave a comment telling me what the funniest thing your child or grandchild has ever said.A way to contact you would be most if youdo not have a blog please leave an email contact. (Open to U.S. residents only please)
I will draw 5 names randomly on January 17th.
(I do not know which tape/book you will receive..but that is half the fun..It will be a surprise..but do know that these books/cassettes have approx. 1 hr. each of fun songs for children, and they are sure to enjoy them)

~The Garden Goose~


Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

I love these, and actually saved my copies from when the children were "wee". I'm passing on the giveaway, so that someone who has little ones will win. Hope the NEw Year is being good to you!

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

I love these, so would my grandchildren. :)

The funniest thing I remember one of my kids saying was when my husband was teaching my daughter to play tennis.

She came home rather bruised and battered from falling while trying to get to the ball at times (he played "power tennis" with her).

He told her she was "paying her dues" to learn power tennis. She said that if you ask her, she was paying her don'ts.

Rose said...

These would be great for my little ones.

Once my 6 year old grand daughter was picking tomatoes for me. She was on one side of the row and I was on the other. She got so excited, " Oh Grandma ,she said, come and see. This is the prettiest caterpillar I have ever seen. It will make the most beautiful butterfly.
I looked and saw she had found a huge juicy tomato horn worm happily munching on our vines.

Amy Jeanroy said...

Oh my goodness! Aren't these precious?!
When my oldest (14) was about 3, very scientific and LOUD.
During church, we had just finished singing and my son turned to me and said "Mom, your epiglottis looks just like a milk nipple"!
(For those who don't know, your epiglottis is that hanging thing in the back of your throat.)
Needless to say, we started learning about keeping a lid on the nursing terminology after that.

Sure, it is funny NOW!


Katy said...

Oh my goodness....hmmm...the funniest thing one of my children have ever said? Oh...there are so many...but of course, I am not able to think of a one right now. I will keep thinking and try to relay one. I have three I have tons...I just am totally blanking right now! :)