Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of this DVD in order to facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own
I must admit, we watch a lot of DVDs in our home. It all started when Lilibeth was a baby and we needed her to learn sign language because of her speech delays. Then when Ryan came along with similar speech issues, we really needed them to learn.
As my children have gotten older, and as Lilibeth has overcome her speech delay, watching DVDs just stuck. But I wanted them to watch something with more spiritual flair and would teach them good morals.
That has led to many hours of viewing just about every Christian DVD that I can get my hands on. And with April 30th being National Honesty Day, I am happy to tell you about one of my new favorites.
Being a Tommy Mommy, this month I was given a copy of Cocka Doodle Doo the Right Thing to watch with my children. This episode focuses on treating others like we want to be treated. And boy does Hercules get a good lesson on this one.
I don’t want to give the story away, so just trust me that it will leave your children laughing and learning at the same time. It has opened up plenty of discussion between me and my two oldest children on wisdom and how we treat others. If we wouldn’t like our brother to hit us, we shouldn’t hit our brother, am I right?
And as a way to celebrate National Honesty Day on April 30th, I am doing a little giveaway of Cocka Doodle Doo courtesy of Tommy Nelson. All you have to do is tell me in a comment how you are teaching your children this age old proverb of treat others how you would like to be treated. Shares on Facebook and Twitter will get you extra entries if you leave a separate comment for each.
The giveaway will end on National Honesty Day, April 30th at 5pm CST. The winner must be a resident of the US and 18 years old or older. I will contact the winner by email and they will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.
Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of this DVD in order to facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.