Winnie the Pooh – Visa Giveaway

We are huge fans of popcorn and a show. One of our favorites is The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. I’ve read the stories to my sweeties, but seeing the characters on screen is a total blast.

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For generations, Winnie the Pooh has captured audiences young and old!

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The stories capture something rarely shown on the screen today: innocent fun and creative imaginations, combined with endearing friendships! Something about Pooh’s smile, Rabbit’s ideas, Owl’s wisdom, Eeyore’s complaints, Piglet’s big thinking, Kanga and Roo’s tight bond, and Tigger’s bounce make for a storyline that as Little B said, “I want it to last forever.” And in a way it does.


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As I watched Winnie the Pooh, I couldn’t help but be taken back to a time when I was young. One of my best friends lived in a home set on many acres in California and when we got together our little imaginations kicked into high gear.

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Dressed fancy from the top of our heads to the tips of our toes, we grabbed our sweet baby dolls and ran off into the hills to collect sticks. When our forts were to our liking, we’d take off for her large red barn to check on the chickens, saddle the horses, and gallop over the acres of untouched land. We’d stop only for quick meals and then rush back to play until the stars illuminated the sky. Then, begged to sleep in the barn. Such fun memories!

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Life’s greatest lessons can often be learned through adventures with friends!

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My sweeties and I laughed along when Pooh got stuck in Rabbit’s house from eating too much honey, enjoyed the lovable characters silly activities on a blustery day, and were tickled by the exchange of Pooh meeting Tigger and discovering the true statement that “Tiggers are Wonderful Things.” With six and eight year old boys, I know a thing or two about uncontrollable bounces!

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On August 27th, the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh will be available in Blu-ray Combo Pack and HD Digital! Experience the friendships, imagination and adventure of the Hundred Acre Woods when all of your favorite characters come alive in this timeless motion picture. I can’t wait! Keep track of all the details on their website or follow Winnie the Pooh on Facebook!

Now, to enter for a chance to win a $50 Visa Gift Card and a Winnie The Pooh Blu-ray Combo Pack, share with us the importance of friendship, imagination and adventure in your child’s life…



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This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older. Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail. You have 72 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

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This sweepstakes runs from 8/1/2013 – 9/3/2013

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  1. Gianna says:

    It’s important for joy.

  2. Vanessa says:

    It helps them become creative and kind adults.
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  3. Nicole Millheim says:

    Imagination teaches makes their minds expand and see all different things possible in life. Teaches them to dream, to be creative. Friendships teach them to socialize and just have youthful fun in life ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Lindsay says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important factors in a child’s life to gain social skills for their futures. Especially in a world of video games, internet, and other technologies that shelter children from developing and learning hands on.

  5. Betty C says:

    Adventure, imagination and friends are the core of childhood that make strong caring creating adults.

  6. Thomas Murphy says:
  7. Thomas Murphy says:

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

  8. Ashley Morrissey says:

    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! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  9. Sarah L says:
  10. Sarah L says:

    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.

  11. Rosie says:

    I think it is great to find ways to give kids incentive to be creative, and give them the space to have unstructured time to be creative and use their imagination, both when they are by themselves and especially with friends. Kids need the structure, but over regimentation can keep the imagination and creativity from blossoming.

  12. Betty says:
  13. Betty says:

    friendship, imagination and adventure sounds like a recipe for a happy childhood. It also makes me think of all the books we have read. The kids relate well to friendly characters who spark their imagination thru adventures.

  14. Ed Nemmers says:

    The little one’s imagination is already exponentially crafted!

  15. Ed Nemmers says:

    My little sister still loves Winnie the Pooh!

  16. Jackee says:
  17. Jackee says:

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

  18. Amanda Sakovitz says:
  19. Amanda Sakovitz says:

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

  20. It is so important for children to experience all three items listed. Each item is integral to making a happy, well-adjusted, well-rounded adult. I feel that if you are missing any of the key parts, the whole will not be complete.

  21. susan smoaks says:

    I find that friendship, imagination and adventure are important to our child’s life because they add spice and make life fun!

  22. Karen Drake says:

    Creativity, friendship, and imagination are so vital to growing into a well adjusted, happy adult. Winnie the Pooh is timeless, I watched it growing up and now my grandchildren watch the same shows and love them as much as I did.

  23. Heather Amos says:

    Friendship, imagination, and adventure are the staples of childhood. By encouraging them, children will grow up to be well-rounded adults while enjoying the journey of growing up.

  24. Shauntea Crutcher says:

    Friendship, imagination, and adventure are important for children because it allows them to enjoy each others company and see the world as only a child can.

  25. Gloria says:

    This would be fantastic to win! Winnie the Pooh has always been a favorite of mine ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. Emmy says:
  27. Emmy says:

    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.

  28. vivian says:

    life would be dull without imagination.

  29. Denise Donaldson says:
  30. Denise Donaldson says:

    Imagination is very important in my childs life, because it allows her to be creative

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  31. Bonnie Caselman says:

    The importance of friendship, imagination and adventure in my “child”โ€™s life is to keep that child-like quality I never want her to lose.

  32. Mihaela D. says:

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

  33. Julie Goetz says:

    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.

  34. Donna kellogg says:
  35. Donna kellogg says:

    My favorite as a child was my to chimpanzee we went on so many adventures together

  36. Claudia says:

    As my child learns & grows each day, she truly believes in her abilities to become anything that she dreams through her imagination which is in its purest form without any boundaries. Whether she is completing a task or learning about something in nature for the first time, it is an adventure to her as all of these things are a child’s work of equal importance! Friendships are the connections to see similarities & differences for my child as she learns about herself and the beauty in others…all 3 components are intertwined as all children believe all they see and can still see what we may question as we get older.

  37. kolpin says:
  38. Keith says:

    There is a reason Winnie the Pooh has been around for so long. They are Doing something correct!!

  39. kolpin says:

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

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  40. Sky kory says:

    Creativity, friendship, and imagination are important because they help children develop into responsible and happy adults!

  41. Shannon says:

    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!

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

  43. CharityS says:
  44. Erica Schwartz says:

    Winnie the Pooh helps my children grow and learn well!

  45. CharityS says:

    It’s something that builds character in your child.

  46. Chase smith says:

    Friendship is very improtant in any childs life, i try to get my son to build as many friendships early in life as possible to help teach him how to share and give him a sense of loyalty. Creativity and imagination are also soo so important to my young son, these charactoristics play big roles in anything a child does and wants to grow up to be, imagination allows him to pretend to be anything he wants and creativity lets him think of things that help him imagine what he wants to be.

  47. Michaela R says:

    Ugh, I forgot the unique word! excuse my last twitter link post!

  48. Michaela R says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important because it hopefully guides kids in the right direction. They get to learn and build friendships, imagine and create adventures with them. All in all it helps them see life in a brighter way.

  49. maria cantu says:

    It helps them be good people as they grow into adults.

  50. kathy pease says:
  51. kathy pease says:

    all these are important because they shape the person the child will become in the future ๐Ÿ™‚

  52. Brenda Elsner says:

    Friendship, creativity, 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. I love sitting and just watching my kids use their imaginations!

  53. crystal smith says:

    The importance of friendship, imagination and adventure in my sons’ lives means everything to me; I think those three things are the basis for a happy, healthy childhood. My happiest moments are when I see those three things in action at one time- my boys and their friends dreaming up play adventures in our back yard.

  54. Robin says:

    I think it is important since it helps define who you really are.

  55. Lori Walker says:

    When kids interact with other kids it helps them develop socially.

  56. Robby Rob says:

    friendship builds social skills but also gives them someone to rely on besides family. together, they can expand their imaginations and also have some great adventures.

  57. Linda G. says:

    Creativity is very important in a childs growing up years, helps them to use their imagination

  58. c. anderson says:

    Rumors hurt. Squelch them!!!

  59. Brittney House says:

    I think they all build character and help the kids live healthy active social lives.

  60. gina says:

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

  61. krystal wethington says:

    Friendship is very important for kids growing up.

  62. ky2here says:
  63. ky2here says:

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

  64. I love that my daughter has stayed friends with her buddies from daycare throughout the year, even when they went on to different schools.

  65. Cindy says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important because it helps them learn from and enjoy life to the fullest.

  66. Erica Best says:
  67. Erica Best says:

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

  68. Jammie says:
  69. Jammie says:

    I think it is important because it allows them to discover who they are. Imagination, adventure, and friendship are building blocks to adulthood. sweepmorey at gmail dot com

  70. John says:
  71. John says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important for my children because it helps them to have happier lives and it helps them to develop socially, emotionally and cognitively!

  72. Diane baum says:

    My now 27 year old son michael (tigger) and 25 year old so Abndrew (piglet ) grew up with the loving and t friendship _my nickname is Winnie-enough said???

  73. tina reynolds says:
  74. tina reynolds says:

    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.

  75. Tara says:

    Those 3 characteristics will make them into better adults.

  76. augrim says:

    As long as we have friendship; imagination and adventure will follow.

  77. ashley says:

    We totally believe in imagination! I do whatever I can to encourage everyone to use their imagination

  78. Pooh is so adorable

  79. Whitney Lindeman says:
  80. Whitney Lindeman says:

    I don’t have kids yet, but I know imagination has a really important role in child development.

  81. LAMusing says:
  82. LAMusing says:

    I don’t have a child, but I worked with them for 20 years and imagination is key to problem solving for kids.

  83. Anna Pry says:
  84. Wanda McHenry says:
  85. Wanda McHenry says:

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

  86. Kerry says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are so important in a child’s life because they will use all of these things throughout their entire life!

  87. Anna Pry says:

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

  88. D SCHMIDT says:

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  89. D SCHMIDT says:

    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!

  90. tara pittman says:

    it is a part of their play every day

  91. June S. says:

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  92. June S. says:

    All four of my children had Winnie The Pooh toys when they were younger.

  93. joni says:
  94. joni says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure in your childโ€™s life is very important. It molds who your child will become and teach them to love and be accepting.

  95. Rebecca Graham says:

    All three are important to develop social skills.

  96. john hutchens says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important to learning, socializing and developement

  97. nannypanpan says:

    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

  98. tiffany lane says:

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

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  99. Stephanie Phelps says:
  100. Stephanie Phelps says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important to our children because I want them to be well rounded and empathetic loving people as they get older and can succeed in being happy and healthy in life!

  101. steph says:
  102. steph says:

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

  103. mickeyfan says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important to our children, because most of them don’t have enough of any of the 3. Computers and smartphones take the place of the things they need to create these.

  104. Karen Gonyea says:

    The children of the world must know how to dream so that as adult they can create ๐Ÿ™‚

  105. Katie says:
  106. Katie says:

    It is important for my kids to have friends but more important for them to be friends with each other. I love watching them play and imagine and make believe as they play together. It’s very sweet.

  107. janna johnson says:

    Imagination is important to exercise in order to foster problem solving skills.

  108. Lauralee says:

    Everyday in my son son I see imagination, adventure and friendship happen. A receipt magically becomes a phone or a ponytail holder becomes a power band, giving him the power to fly. Nothing is insignificant to him. Everything is a learning experience and and an adventure. Even when there is no one else around he creates friends to play with and adventure to go on. Watching him love life is one of the best things about being his mom.

  109. Paige says:

    As for someone who grew up on a farm in a small community, those are three things that made my childhood so exciting. From the long walks in creek beds, to building forts and late night flash light tag. Now living back on a farm I hope it is something that my two children use throughout their childhood.

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  111. Carolsue says:

    These are all important character traits for a child to learn early. It’s so important for a child to learn all of these things to succeed in the world.
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  112. rebecca shockley says:
  113. rebecca shockley says:

    They are essential to living and surviving. There are bonds to made for a lifetime!

  114. Heather Pendley says:

    Winnie thePooh is the epitome of unconditional love and friendship!!!

  115. Michele C. says:

    Imagination and friendship are important for children because it gives them confidence and allows them to explore the world safely.

  116. cw says:

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

  117. steve weber says:

    this is very important at an early age as it helps with development of the brain.

  118. Katie Kimsey says:

    I love Winnie the Pooh! Fingers crossed! ๐Ÿ˜€

  119. nicole says:
  120. nicole says:

    my daughter is an only child, so friendships are VERY important to her, as they give her a window to the realm of having a sibling. And as she is by herself when cousins and friends arent over, she has to use her imagination to create adventures for her and stuff toys, much like the real christopher robin did!

  121. Steve Stone says:

    all of these things make our children different and unique. thanks for the chance.

  122. Debbie B says:
  123. Debbie B says:

    Imagination helps children become creative thinkers

  124. Jessie C. says:


  125. Jessie C. says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are impoart for my kids because they make life richer and happier.
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  126. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Imagination is fun to the mind

  127. Tina M says:
  128. Tina M says:

    help them to learn about themselves and what them want in their life

  129. sandra says:

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

  130. Livivua Chandler says:
  131. Livivua Chandler says:

    So important when they encounter differences among us that we can’t explain. It will just be a part of them to just acknowledge that

  132. rachel says:

    Adventure — even if it’s just pretend — lets them develop their imagination and creativity. Love it!

  133. Stephanie Larison says:

    Kids grow up way too fast and take on responsibilities so early, they need to be kids to explore life and have as much fun as possible while younger.

  134. Allie says:

    Imagination helps with creativity in life

  135. Deborah Anderson says:
  136. Deborah Anderson says:

    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.

  137. Denise S says:

    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.
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  138. Tamar says:

    I think it adequately prepares our children for the real world.

  139. Tatyana says:

    Friendship helps learning things and making it more fun. Thank you for giveaway!

  140. Dee says:
  141. Dee says:

    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! ๐Ÿ™‚

  142. tess says:

    the build a format to their lives, creating a sense of stability
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  143. soha molina says:
  144. soha molina says:

    They are all character building traits and therefore very important.

  145. Susan Smith says:
  146. Susan Smith says:

    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.

  147. heather says:

    creativity and expression are strong tools for childrem

  148. Jennifer B says:

    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

  149. Tabitha P. says:

    without imagination what do you have.

  150. Emily says:

    Imagination and creativity are important tools for children to learn and grow.

  151. Deb K says:


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  152. Deb K says:

    I think that it is very important for their adult life.

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  154. One Frugal Girl says:

    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.

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  155. Katie K says:

    iut helps build character and their confidence

  156. Cynthia C says:
  157. Cynthia C says:

    My kids had lots of back yard adventures with their friends. They had fun and developed social skills while they played.

  158. kesha says:
  159. kesha says:

    I believe that it inspires a child to develop their mind in a healthy way! We love Whinnie the Pooh

  160. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    we play what if and tell me a story. i think it teaches them to think for themselves and have their own ideas

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  161. Adrienne Gordon says:

    helps to bring out social skills

  162. soha molina says:
  163. soha molina says:

    It is character developing.

  164. Kiara says:

    Itโ€™s important to children because it helps to develop their social skills.

  165. Ellie W says:
  166. Ellie W says:

    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.

  167. Margaret Smith says:
  168. Margaret Smith says:

    My son has a stuffed puppy that is his best friend. He goes everywhere with this little pup. Even at nightime, we talk too puppy and ask him how was his day, his favorite part of the day and then tuck him into bed along with my son. My son loves this and since I can’t hear pup and only he can, he uses his imagination to talk on behalf of pup.

  169. Amy Orvin says:
  170. Amy Orvin says:

    Creativity, friendship, and imagination is important because it broadens their horizons and gives them depth.

  171. It helps them develop and become strong and smart people.

  172. Tamar says:

    It helps them grow into strong and confident individuals.

  173. Lori says:

    I have loved Pooh Bear for many years. I wore out a video tape of the many adventures of Pooh when my son was young. Honestly though, I had watched it so much before he was even born. My husband bought me a watch at Disney that was leaves moving about the face and it says It’s a rather blustery day. Great give away and blessings to you in your new home.

  174. Tammy Adams says:

    Children should be allowed to enjoy their creativity and adventure out in this world. They learn so much from it. But they also need an adults supervision while on their adventures.

  175. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Creativity,imagination, and friendship are the essential building blocks for a good life. It is through these that kids learn almost everything else.

  176. As a child, friendship and imagination are so important. They will be the things that help you grow and develop into the adult you’ll be come. Playing house or playing school, building forts or spaceships. Vital pieces that will always stick with them.

  177. Kelly D says:
  178. Kelly D says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are important to my children because they learn so much by playing together and using their imaginations. This prepares them to be productive and happy adults.

  179. Janet says:

    I still, at 58, l.o.v.e. Pooh and all his friends in the 100 acre wood. My son with autism would watch the videos over and over and over (a common trait of the disorder). I didn’t mind. It’s a rainy day today, I might just dig one out ๐Ÿ™‚

  180. grace says:
  181. Adrienne Gordon says:

    Friends are important for kids to develop bonds and learn how to be social

  182. Imagination is everything! It’s the skill that will take them through life and help them be successful both professionally and personally.

  183. Mary says:

    Winnie the Pooh….. a timeless fave!!! I’m 72 and I still love reading and watching the Pooh stories!

  184. Elena says:
  185. Elena says:

    It’s important for kids to have friends and have fun to be happy and sociable

  186. Mami2jcn says:


  187. Mami2jcn says:

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

  188. Nancy says:

    Friendship, imagination & adventure is important to everyone, no matter the age.

  189. grace says:

    friendship, creativity and imagination is important because it allow my son to develop emotionally and mentally – he learns to grow through friendship (good and bad) — and he learns to use imagination and creativity when there is no friends to play with.

  190. Diana says:

    Imagination is so important for creativity and all children can learn and grow through adventures, which plays into their imagination. Friendships and building relationships is a necessary skill for life in general. Thanks Aimee!

  191. Kim H says:

    Friendship is necessary to learn trust and happiness with skills are vital

  192. Those are three of my favorite things in my child’s life! He’s learning how to navigate the world and relationships with his friendships (and of course, his girlfriends :), I LOVE how he uses his imagination wherever we go…to make everything an adventure. We don’t just cross the street, we escape the monkeys from the rainforest and go on an African safari to find elephants (this is what happened yesterday, I was the elephant womp, womp)
    I hope he never loses his openness to new friends, his unbridled creativity and imagination, and that he continues to see every day as an adventure.

  193. Rebecca says:
  194. Rebecca says:

    My fondest and clearest memories of childhood are of the hours spent outside playing and imagining and living in a world my siblings and I created. I want that very badly for my own children. Having many opportunities to use your imagination in childhood is absolutely essential.

  195. Diane says:

    My daughter and I love Winnie the Pooh. We have saved all our Winnie stuff to pass on to her future (hopefully in 2 years!) children.

  196. Lisa Brown says:

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  197. Lisa Brown says:

    It is important to learn necessary skills for a happy and rewarding life.
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  198. Patty Lucas says:

    My name now is Lucas but over 42 years ago my maiden name was Milne as in A.A. (but no relation). I grew up on Winnie the Pooh. When my youngest brother was born we convinced our mother to name him Christopher after Christopher Robin but we couldn’t convince her to give him Robin as a middle name. It is still one of my favorite my favorite poem, “Hush, Hush whisper who dares, Christopher Robin is saying his prayers.”

  199. Anne Marie says:

    Children grow up way to fast in today’s world – let them be kids for a longer time by letting them use their creative, adventuresome and imaginative talents. This is the fun part of being a kid!

  200. ellen casper says:

    Friendship, imagination and adventure are all little pieces of the puzzle of who made my kids who they are and what makes them unique.

  201. ellen casper says:
  202. latanya says:
  203. latanya says:

    Creativity, friendship, and imagination is important because it allow the child to develop mentally and you get to see the prospective of the child through their eyes.