Wednesday, February 25th, 2009
Photo Contest: The Joy of Childhood
Grab your camera and get snapping. It’s a photo contest!
Five winners take home a Robbert Bobbert and the Bubble Machine children’s music CD. Read our review.
One grand prize winner takes home a party-in-a-box:
“The award winning Gazillion Bubble Machine’s motorized rotating bubble wands put you in the midst of a bubble blizzard blowing 4,000 bubbles per minute! The easy carry handle lets you take the “bubblebration” wherever you go. Each Bubble Machine comes with an 8 oz. bottle of The one and only, Gazillion Bubble solution that attaches right to the Bubble Machine to continuously feed the wands. Requires 6 AA batteries, not included. “
The Gazillion Bubble Machine is rated for ages 3 and up. I’ve seen Funrise Toys bubblers elicit great fun at even younger-age parties with direct parental supervision (put a parent at the controls and it’s bubble mayhem!).
2. One Robbert Bobbert and the Bubble Machine CD
3. Ten coloring pages
Photo theme: Inspired by Robbert Bobbert’s I Love the Animals song, take a photo of your child having fun with a person, animal, object or place that conveys pure joy. He or she should be interacting with someone or something in an obvious manner, not simply posing a smile for the camera. (If you have to explain the photo, then it’s not obvious.)
The deadline: 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, March 25, Pacific Time.
Submission Rules: E-mail one original photo (or a link to one) of your child or children on the stated theme with an e-mail subject of “Bubble contest” to this address: [redacted]
Six total winners will be selected by my wife and I based on whatever strikes our fancy.
You, the photo submitter, must be the parent or legal guardian of all children pictured in the photo.
The contest is open only to residents of the United States or Canada (your shipping address must be in the US or Canada).
Submitted photos may be published on Thingamababy with a “Thingamababy.com” watermark along with a mention of your first name, but you otherwise retain rights to the photo and your privacy. The names of the hometowns (no street addresses) of the six winners will be published. I’m not responsible for e-mails not received, and all that legal jargon. Let’s keep this simple and fun, eh?
Thank you to Funrise Toys and Little Monster Records for coming together in this contest to further the worthy cause of bubblemania.