Tuesday, June 4, 2013

World's Funniest Dad Giveaway! Sponsored by Cricut, FamilyShare.com and Ubooly


This is Sponsored by 
Cricut, FamilyShare.com and Ubooly (Not this blog)

How can YOU enter to win????

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Just comment ON THE LINK with your funniest Dad memory, or something fun thing your Dad taught you to make, what fun games your husband plays with your children… etc. 
Just tell us how much fun your dad or husband is as a dad!! 

 My favorite memory was how much my dad used to embarrass me before high school formal dances... the usual joke of cleaning his gun when the date arrives... well before my date arrived my dad was just doing as such!!! I went crying to my mom... he quickly out it away, it was just special to make me feel nice and embarrassed before the limo arrived with my date and all of my friends!!! Nice joke dad!!! Love you Dad!
Just an extra note, my daughter Bella has an Ubooly and 
LOVES the apps and playing with her Ubooly!!! I hope you win one!!! This is really such a cool toy and app... Bella LOVES her Ubooly!!! 


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About the Cricut Father’s Day Bundle
Complete with a sleek, black Cricut Expression and multiple manly materials to create with, the Cricut Father’s Day Bundle will get the dad in your life creating with cereal boxes, Duck Tape and vinyl for crafts and customizing everything from tech to water bottles. You’ll also find a deep-cut blade & a Cricut toolkit, which makes creating manly crafts easy! Your Dad & family will get all-access for one full year to the entire Cricut Craft Room digital library, which includes access to more than 37,000 images and fonts!


About Ubooly:
When we first created Ubooly we wanted to provide children with an interactive & engaging toy that would be both entertaining & educational. As children everywhere are falling in love with their new pet, now it's time for the parents to play. With Ubooly Lab the parent now has full control of customizing their child's playtime! We'd love for you to dive into the Ubooly Lab experience and write personal posts on how you & your child engage with the new features. 
Here are some Ubooly Lab facts to include in your post:
·  Ubooly will know their child's name, like the same: colors, interests, food, hobbies etc.
·  By purchasing credits parents will be able to unlock Educational, Interest, and Helper packs. 
o Educational Packs: Our Lesson packs are created on a 5 day schedule, and keep parents in the loop with progress reports
o Interest Packs: Our interest packs are full of fun facts of trivia to get your child excited about specific topics.
o Fitness & Helper Packs: Ubooly will also help with personal growth & create healthy habits through the Fitness and Helper packs.
·  Content packs are all designed to be age appropriate for different age ranges (3-9)
·  Content packs are written by a large team of elementary teachers & comedians 
Additional Features to write about:
Ubooly small talk
In our new app we will also be releasing a hilarious feature where two Uboolies will talk to each other when they recognize they're in the same room. I will be providing a video for you to include....it's absolutely hysterical to watch them talk! By the end of this month I will also provide you with branded assets - photos & other videos, if you'd like to also include them in your blog. 
 Ubooly Videos 
Here are helpful videos that you can include in your post that will help you showcase the features of Ubooly & Ubooly Lab! We just finished the "Ubooly Lab" video so give it a watch and please feel free to include these in your post. We find that videos help communicate what our product is :)

Meet Ubooly - an introduction to our toy
Ubooly Lab - an introduction to Ubooly Lab 
Ubooly Small Talk - A video showcasing a hilarious conversation between Uboolies.
Helpful links for post:



16 comments:

Clare D. said...

Thanks for the chance to win!

th4eachday said...

My Mom enjoyed giving hints about our Christmas presents. One year for Christmas she gave her usual hints, and gave us a present that did not make sense with the hints that she gave, Then Daddy let the cat out of the bag and wanted to know if she gave us the other one yet.

~ Jennifer ~ said...

When you click HERE it takes you to rafflecopter &past asks us to buy into it. Would love to comment with my favorite funny thing about my dad. So I will post it here I guess.

Even though it has been 12 yrs since I lost my dad, nit a day goes by I don't think of him. And it's hard not when my 10 yr old son looks & acts like his grandpa that he never met.

My father was always picking on you & being silly. I remember I had asked him for my allowance one night, and in front of my boyfriend he made me get down on all fours & begg for it. He got a kick out of stuff like that. And yes I did embarrass myself in front of my boyfriend lol who wouldn't for money lol?! It's those little things like that I miss now even as I grew up and moved out & married he always picked on me and there was always ways to make him laugh. You would have to know my dad & me to know the dynamics of our relationship ... he was a jokester & loved to laugh.
And my husband & I carry on that jokester tradition with our kids. It's a way to keep my dad's memory alive.

Laurie said...

My Dad taught his daughters important things like how to change a flat tire and how to change our oil but he also taught us fun stuff like how to use his power tools to build birdhouses and jewelry boxes. Thanks to my dad, I can fix almost anything!

Jennifer Cardwell said...

My husband does many things with our kids. Their favorite thing is the ice cream and either cars (models for boys) or earrings (for girls) that he does every birthday. He makes sure to do this no matter how tough things are going. They love this special time with just him!

Patricia Logan said...

My dad is a jokester. he like to tell jokes all the time. you need to have thick skin around him.

Linda said...

back in the early 70's when I was in high school my step-dad would find me scraps in his garage to use for crafts. He taught me how to use a circular saw so I could cut my own scraps from wood paneling to use for a wall art decoupage project for home-ec. He gave me leftover shellac for the finish.
He never did anything on my projects but taught me to use his tools properly.

Another project was using old jars and bottles to make various items. He taught me to use a glass cutter and a drill to use a diamond bit for drilling holes in the bottles. I was way ahead of the trend to put Christmas lights in wine bottles and decorate the bottles. He gave me some of his old fishing lures to use for embellishments in the making of a lighted bottle for his den.

Happy Father's Day in Heaven.

Amanda said...

My dad and I are best of friends... This year he built me a brand new chicken coop.. we garden together... I dont know what I would do without him :)


Amanda

jackiern1 said...

My dad has been gone now 16 years, and I still miss him. There was always something... be it him and all three of us kids sick over Christmas, or on our vacation camping trips... I was the oldest and only girl, and he never wanted to take me fishing or hunting, and did not show me how to fix flats or change oil (I wish he had)... We never were close, I think it was because he didn't have sisters, had a very strong male influence in his home as a child, and simply did not know how to deal with a girl, much less his daughter... However, we DID become closer the fall of 1995... I had learned how to fly fish, including tying my own flies... dad realized this was something we could share, and we went away for a week, just the two of us, the fall semester of my senior year of nursing school. By then, his health was really fading, so we spent the week just laying low, talking, fishing.... he was gone a year and a half later. That week was one of the most treasured of my life....

jackiern1 said...

My dad has been gone now 16 years, and I still miss him. There was always something... be it him and all three of us kids sick over Christmas, or on our vacation camping trips... I was the oldest and only girl, and he never wanted to take me fishing or hunting, and did not show me how to fix flats or change oil (I wish he had)... We never were close, I think it was because he didn't have sisters, had a very strong male influence in his home as a child, and simply did not know how to deal with a girl, much less his daughter... However, we DID become closer the fall of 1995... I had learned how to fly fish, including tying my own flies... dad realized this was something we could share, and we went away for a week, just the two of us, the fall semester of my senior year of nursing school. By then, his health was really fading, so we spent the week just laying low, talking, fishing.... he was gone a year and a half later. That week was one of the most treasured of my life....

Lori Comeau said...

My dad is a big jokester. He is forever playing a joke on someone or telling some kind of joke. Some are pretty good some are not but when he gets my mom all riled up it is hysterical.
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PamSpradlin said...

One of the first stories that I remember about my Dad is at Christmas. My brother and I were hunting up gifts to give my Mom and Dad and of course being under 5 we had no access to money. So were going through the house and wrapping things up for them. When he opened his own tie he was so surprised and just gushed about it being so perfect. Then he turned to my Mom and asked her if he didn't have one just like it in the closet. That set the tune for our future Christmas gift giving. He got the same tie every year for 16 years!

JessLenz said...

Thanks to my Dad I know more about cars than most guys I know...comes in handy when a mechanic at a garage tries to snow you for stuff you don't need!! Thanks Dad!!

maria zelinski said...

my dad was a funny man who never stopped playing jokes on us kids. thanks so much for the chance to enter this awesome giveaway

Chris Letarte said...

My dad & grandpa were always playing jokes on us as kids, even though my grandpa has been going for almost 18 years we still laugh when we talk about the joke he used to play.

LLLLLL said...

My dad was a great dad to us when we were little he loved to play with us and teach us to DIY projects and well he still does he always tells me to learn because im a girl and in case my hubby cant do it I can do it my self