Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Barney Please and Thank You DVD Review + Giveaway!


If you've been reading my blog for awhile, you know that my family has a soft spot for Barney. My nieces grew up watching Barney, and so did my son. Three years later, when my daughter was born, I thought perhaps we had grown away from him, but low-and-behold, it's been almost 4 years since then, and we are still loyal to that big purple dinosaur.

Yesterday, Barney Please & Thank You was released on DVD. This DVD contains three Barney episodes: Magic Words, Tea-riffic Manners, and Caring Hearts.

This DVD is a great lesson on teaching good manners to your preschool and goes through all of the reasons why it's important to have good manners.


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Lori Taube January 07, 2010  

We go to our post office almost daily, and know the employees rather well.Over the holiday's, one of the employees gave my son a rubber band ball to play with, while I was filling out forms. The post office wasn't crowded at the time, but when it quickly filled up, I preferred him to not be running around bouncing a ball all over the floor.. Instead of having him hand the back back, I tried to make a game out of it, and grabbed the ball when it bounced my way. I hid it behind the counter and like he always says, I said "Where did it go??" Instead of playing along, he immediately fell to the floor and started screaming. My husband had to stop what he was doing to take him to the car for a time-out. I understand that these things happen, but it does embarrass me a great deal. Luckily, the guy behind me in line started laughing and asked "I'm guess he's about two?" It always helps when people don't seem so annoyed that there are children living in this world!

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Debbie January 08, 2010  

My almost 3-year old son and I were visiting my aunt. After spending a couple of minutes in her home, he blurted out "Bye" and went to the door and walked out. My aunt just looked at me and I knew she was thinking what I was thinking: That little boy didn't want any part of visiting an old lady and he was outta there.

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VickeC January 08, 2010  

My daughter who is now 24,had a meltdown at Walmart once,she wanted a toy an I said no,she started to cry an wail,an decieded she would just lay in the floor an scream,I just grabbed her by the arms an dragged her out the door on her back by the arms,thur the parking lot to the van,an we left an didnt go back for a long time,she got to stay in her room for the rest of the day an didnt get to go back to Walmart for months until she was sure she could control herself,she was about 6 when this happened,I dont allow fits an tantrums,also she wasnt allowed to have a toy for a longggggggggg time after that episode

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Anonymous,  January 12, 2010  

As a former teacher one of my preschoolers had a meltdown at an amusement park and I spent hours trying to get him to calm down while he kept kicking me in my shin while passersby looked at me with pity. By the time he calmed down it was time to go back to the day care center. I was so tired from dealing with him that I took the next two days off.

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Jenny January 14, 2010  

My youngest son is almost two and has meltdowns daily. He's such a drama queen (he gets it from his father!). The other day at Dick's Sporting Goods, he was angry he had to go in the shopping cart so he threw himself on the floor and just laid there sucking his thumb. :-/

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Susan January 16, 2010  

It's been too cold to walk outside so we have been taking the kids to the mall early in the morning and joining the mall walkers. Two days ago we went a little later and when we got done Grandpa bought the 2 year old grandson a cookie.

Yesteray we went to the mall early again and when we got done walking our grandson makes a bee-line to the cookie counter and they weren't open. My grandson proceded to have a major screaming cookie meltdown which echoed quite nicely in the mostly deserted mall.

I think next week we'll do our walking at a different mall.

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lisadyck January 18, 2010  

Grandma from out of state came to visit...my one and a half year old does not see her very much and was going throught the stranger danger stage...she tried to go toward him to give him a hug and he screamed and ran away (can you say embarrassing)?

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tina reynolds January 18, 2010  

My son and daughter were in the car like stroller in the mall and my son is 3 1/2 and my daughter is 2 1/2 and she was kicking him then he would scream and turn around and try and scratch her and then she would scream they were so loud. I could not get them to calm down and ended up leaving.
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Shannon January 20, 2010  

Recently my son has been acting out at therapy and has been hitting and throwing his head back in horrible tantrums. He got out of his routine during Christmas holidays and so I think this is why he has been acting out, but he was doing the works and it was really embarrassing.

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