Monday, December 3, 2012

Disney's The Odd Life of Timothy Green Review & Giveaway!

We were so lucky to be able to view The Odd Life of Timothy Green before it hit the shelves tomorrow! 

The Odd Life Of Timothy Green movie
We sat down with boys and ate some popcorn while we watched the movie this weekend.

It was more for Jordan and I since the boys are still young but they still watched as they played with trains lol
I felt like the movie had a great  storyline and was very positive. It shows the ins and outs of parenting and I love that, the couple is wanting to have a child of their own through adoption. The couple places all their wants for a child in a box and plants it in the garden. After a storm, a 10 year old shows up at their door, covered in mud. He has all the characteristics they ever wanted along with more special traits. I do not want to spoil the entire movie but I will say it gave me a warm feeling after seeing it!
If you are looking for a great movie for kids and adults, give this one a whirl. 
Also if you are like me and love Jennifer Garner, this is a great one! 

If you would like to see the movie, YOU CAN WIN IT here!:)
ONE LUCKY WINNER, 
will receive The Odd Life of Timothy Green DVD!
Just leave a comment telling me what ONE trait you want your children or future children to have!?
((such as honesty, that is my trait that I want my kids to hold true to!))
Giveaway will run until Thursday at noon! xoxo
Good Luck!:) xoxo
PS. DVD will arrive before Christmas!:)

23 comments:

  1. I want my 4 boys to be humble...in everything. Humble in love, because they should never take someone's love for granted. Humble in giving, because generosity doesn't need to be advertised, it just needs to be done. Humble in adversity, because they will have a support system to get them through. Humble in their work, because their is always room for improvement. Humble because I never want them to feel entitled to anything that they haven't put their heart and soul into.

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  2. I want my 4 boys to be humble...in everything. Humble in love, because they should never take someone's love for granted. Humble in giving, because generosity doesn't need to be advertised, it just needs to be done. Humble in adversity, because they will have a support system to get them through. Humble in their work, because their is always room for improvement. Humble because I never want them to feel entitled to anything that they haven't put their heart and soul into.

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  3. i would like my kids to be respectful to all people.

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  4. I hope my kids will be kind to everyone--family, friends, strangers, animals.

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  5. Faith. Faith in God. Faith in people. Faith in themselves. :)

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  6. Thank you doing the giveaway the old fashioned way! I was so excited to see that all I had to do was leave a comment. I would love to have this movie!

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    1. I want my kids to love Jesus! And to be courteous to others!

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  7. I want my girls to learn self-respect. This is a tough, tough world that they will grow up in and I want them to accept themselves as they are.

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  8. Joy---I just want my children to be content with everyday life:)

    Julie

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  9. I would love for my children to grow up honest with themselves, and with others.

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  10. I hope my child grows up with love for herself!

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  11. I want my future children to be confident and assured in all that they do!

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  12. I want my children to love from the inside out!

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  13. I would love for my children to be confident and take risks about things/people they are passionate about.

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  14. I want Carson (and any future children) to be confident in themselves! I wasted too much of my life with a low self esteem!

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  15. I want my future children to be kind. I think that is a very important trait.

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  16. I want my daughter (and any future children) to be faithful! A strong belief in and love of God precedes all else!

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  17. My comment is I want my grandchildren to be kind and caring. Just like Jessica said, and I have to say I feel pretty fortunate that my children are kind and caring.

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  18. I want my children to be respectful!!!
    Kristen

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  19. I want my children to love the Lord, and serve Him as they get older. Also to be respectful to others.

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  20. Disney odd life of Timothy green is described here. Read to know more
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  21. All this look simply good. Can you please tell me how to find more details?

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Thanks for your comments, If I do not respond to you, feel free to yell at me! I really love you all~!