Our week of MOOSE DAY celebrations continue…if you haven’t registered for the TRIPLE GIVEWAY, there is still plenty of time! Click here to fill our the official registration form, and remember, any tweet or Facebook post about Moose Day with the hashtag #DuckDuckMoose is an entry to win! (Don’t forget to tag Sudipta, too — @SudiptaBQ on Twitter or Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen, Children’s Book Author on FB.)
We’re going to sweeten the deal, though — add the hashtag #MooseMoment to your posts/tweets, and get TRIPLE the entries!
What is a Moose Moment? you might be wondering.
We’ve all witnessed a Moose Moment. We’ve also all experienced a Moose Moment — probably many more than one.
A Moose Moment is a moment of disaster. When you accidentally back your car out of the garage — while the passenger door is still open. When you leave the house so early and so tired that you don’t notice you’re wearing two different types of shoes (this one I have done personally!).
If you have children in your life, you’ve seen plenty of Moose Moments. Here’s a fairly common one:
Toddler + chocolate bar = MOOSE MOMENT
Once, I left my daughters with a babysitter…who thought it would be fine to let them play with a ballpoint pen. Which lead to this Moose Moment:
Then there was the time I didn’t notice my daughter sneak the baby powder into the playroom:
Another memorable Moose Moment…(She looks so happy! So blissfully unaware of the MESS!)
So, why should we celebrate Moose Moments? After all, they just cause trouble, right?
Moose Moments are the best moments of life. They are the ones we remember for years, the ones we laugh about time and time again. They bring us joy in times of trouble and they put things in perspective when life gets too serious. Moose Moments are crystallized drops of inspiration.
DUCK DUCK MOOSE wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t witnessed hundreds of my children’s Moose Moments.
As we continue our Moose Day party, can you share your favorite #MooseMoment?
Please enter the official MOOSE DAY GIVEAWAY and win a great triple prize!
I had one of those great moose moments just this very morning as I watched the washing machine over-sud and bubble over like an erupting, temper tantrum mad volcano. Ah! Good times! 🙂
Ha! I’ve done that with both the washing machine and dishwasher.
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