Thursday, July 23, 2009

Midgee Moo Competition




To celebrate the Launch of Midgee Moo not only have we taken off 20% storewide but we are going to giveaway .......This gorgeous wooden bread set valued at $14.95 and half a dozen eggs valued at $12.95. Great for role play. Yes I know, I am going mad!!! All you need to do is tell me what activity you do with your little ones on a rainy day, I will put all names into a hat and annouce them on the blog. Please leave this comment in the comment box. Please include your name, email address.

Good luck, competition closes on Friday 31st July.



16 comments:

Mini-Stylistas said...

Well as my little one is only 10 months: we snuggle under the doona and sing rain rain go away!!!
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tiff said...

Rainy days are for picnics under the dining room table, cubby houses, playdough and pasting.
Sometimes snuggling on the lounge and watching a dvd.

Mini-Stylistas said...

ohh that does sound like lovely rainy day activities! Really love the last comment

Little Pinwheel said...

we love doing craft. we have a craft box with lots of different things, anything that can be stuck down is in there!

melbgirl said...

My little one is my cousin. We play hand-signal games like 'I love you' and 'Eye see you'... We giggle all day!

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Trish.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

we do painting and playdough , built duplo towers , make popcorn and eat , eat and eat !
Sometimes we put on the gumboots and raincoats just before bath time and go puddle stomping ...

Little Diva said...

Lots of things to do on rainy days but the best one is getting the craft box out. Not the best for cleaning up afterwards, but heh, the kids have fun!!

Christine xo

Lou@weheartbooks said...

My 2 year old loves sticker books at the moment so I always keep a stash in the cupboard for rainy days. I try to find ones were he needs to match the sticker somewhere in the book which has really helped his hand eye coordination and colour and shape recognition. We also love to read - of course!

lmpsoares said...

My Little Princess is only 9 months old but has just starting to master the skill of climbing! So when we are stuck inside on a rainy day and I can pull her away from climbing up the couch, chairs, my legs, the tv cabinet, we love to read. Without fail I can always get her to sit for a few moments thanks to "Where is the Green Sheep?".

Sarah - Unido said...

Our rainy day activity is to make and play with glittery play dough or hut making in the living room and then puddle splashing when the rain has stopped :)

Mum-me said...

Rainy day activities in our house consist of playing 'indoor cubbies' by draping all the spare blankets over the kitchen chairs and putting all the pillows on the floor underneath them. Then, inevitably, one of the girls wants to bring in the toy stove and we start 'cooking'.

Deb said...

We go outside and play in the rain! It is so much fun splashing in puddles and squishing in mud, then you can come inside and have a lovely warm shower and snuggle.

Christie Burnett said...

Oh we so love wooden toys and my little girl has just started with dramatic play, including lots of cooking! Rainy, cold days we will play with them inside and warm days take it outside too.

Our other favourite at the moment is jumping in puddles as we have just learnt to get airborne!

Christie
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snappysentences said...

My little man is learning his alphabet so we pick a letter, then hunt through magazines cutting out that particular letter. Keeps him entertained for much longer than you'd think!

Cheers
Sally
sally@snappysentences.com

Priscilla Sejas said...

My 18mth son is CRAZY about the wiggles at the moment and looks for any excuse to watch their dvds. On rainy days we both dance around the house to the wiggles concert.

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Libbyloo72 said...

I love to read or tell stories in bed while we try to stay cozy & all snuggled up under the covers keeping warm & listening to the rain. I try to explain to my daughter that rain is good, and we love it, and a little abou the garden &/or the drought to tie it all in.

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