Why Your Kids Rock Giveaway!

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Happy Universal Children's Day! I don't have many close friends or family with kids who can be considered "children" right now (outside of my cousin who has 4 boys under the age of 5...yeah, he has his hands full, but Christmas is going to be hilarious). Anyway, it bums me out a little because kids are rad. Even the kids that are kind of jerks can be rad. As a former swimming instructor, I connected with a lot of my students. From watching them perfect their backstrokes, to encouraging them to take the jump off the high board or finally convincing them (really just one of them) they didn't need to pee in the pool to be cool; not much has been more rewarding than seeing those kids succeed. I miss them . . . they're probably like 20 now. However, I did receive some good news: My best friend's sister gave birth to her first child a few weeks ago and I am over the moon with excitement about being his "aunt" and possible swimming instructor. If he's anything like his mom and dad, he's going to be one funny kid. So let's celebrate your kids and all the kids in the world today with a little giveaway!



Post why your kid rocks below by Sunday, November 24 at 8 pm PT. Five (5) total winners will be selected to win any Rockabye Baby CD of their choosing. CLOSED! Congrats to our winners: Chelsea, Jennifer M., Nise, Patrice A., and Catherine D!  

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  • because when I was pregnant & everybody was telling me to play classical music form him I played bob marly, led zeppelin, Queen & Adele … that’s why skyfall & One love are only a few of his jams now that he is 11 months old :) I love to roackabye my baby with your Rockabye baby love IT!!!!!

    Mai on
  • Our 2 yr old son rocks because he is an amazing, caring and loving big brother to our 10 week old son.

    kerri brocker on
  • One reason my kid rocks is because at 14 months she is always up for playing percussion instruments on pots and pans, her bed, or wherever. She is also already an awesome crowd surfer, always wanting to climb up and jump off of the couch, her dad, or wherever.

    Beth Kelley on
  • My three-year-old girl is potty training now, and since she loves music, I’ve given her an outlet to help. When we think she’s close to going poopie on the potty, we “jump dance” to some music to help nature along. I hold her hands and she jumps up and down, and off the couch, and usually within two songs, nature is calling.

    Don Francis on
  • My son rocks because he sings while helping me with dishes.

    Monica Mewhinney on

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