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10 Responses to Giveaway: Captain No Beard ~ 10 Winners, $10 ARV CLOSED

  1. Cynthia

    Every night, my oldest boy asks me what my favourite part of the day was. It’s a great reminder to look for the best in each day!

  2. anne perry

    My son has a big box he uses as a boat, a goal, a rocketship. It remimds me that things aren’t alwaysas they appear.

  3. Lena  

    Is there anything in life somebody could more enjoy then to care for a baby? 🙂

  4. naturemummy  

    This book just came in the mail the other day – no need to enter to win another, but I would like to say how much fun this book is! It does not disappoint. My 9-month old loves all the bright colours in the illustrations and I get to polish off my best pirate accent!

  5. Bianca  

    My dd is 8 months old so there isn’t too much imaginary play going on yet- but I can’t wait to built forts inside the house and play princesses 🙂

  6. Elizabeth

    My kids remind me to slow down and enjoy the simple joys.

  7. Loretta | A Finn In The Kitchen  

    My daughter is still pretty young, so her imagination isn’t too obvious to me yet. Since we’re still breastfeeding, I’m forced to slow down, sit, and visit with her multiple times per day!

  8. Gianna

    My twins are always acting out scenes with their powerpuff girls dolls.

  9. Amy M  

    My children have always used “sketch books” to explore their thoughts since they were very young. I keep track of the dates after they “tell their stories” in a sketch. 🙂

  10. christine

    My son is just starting to “pretend.” (He’s 2 1/2) My favorite thing is he is starting to pretend he is someone/thing else, like a dragon. He’ll say “no mom,I’m not a boy, I’m a dragon.” I’ll ask him what color. He’ll say, “Blue….no…GREEN!!!” It’s not too complex, but it’s fun to watch him start this process.