Sharing is good. It’s a lesson my 3-year-old girl is trying to learn. And it’s something she thinks she needs to tell her 1-year-old brother when she wants to play with one of his toys. Even as adults, it’s important to share — our time, our money, our hearts.
So guess what? I have something to share with you.
I ordered several copies of “Slugs & Bugs & Lullabies” by Andrew Peterson and Randall Goodgame to give to kids for their birthdays this year. I’m down to one. And I thought it would be fun to give it away.
Yep, for free.
To one of you.
It’s my favorite children’s music CD. And that fact means my girl is fond of it too. The first track — “Stop” — is one of our favorites. But the whole thing is good. And funny. “God Made Me” is a fun, honest song. “Bears” and “Tractor Tractors” make us laugh. We often sang “Chicken, Wiggle” to Ben while he drank his bottles. [Just listen and you’ll know why.]
So all you have to do is tell me a song you like from your childhood or a song your kids are totally into right now. You have until the new year. Then sometime on Saturday — the first day of the new year — I’ll randomly select a winner from the comments section.
Everyone is eligible, but you need to include your e-mail address [unless you’re certain I have it!] so I can contact you, should you win. If you win and would rather share the CD with a kid you know who doesn’t live with you, I’ll happily mail it to the kid and not you.