20 lucky MoM members will WIN a DVD copy of the film Captain Fantastic, valued at $29.99.

20 lucky winners will get a DVD copy of the hilarious and heartfelt film Captain Fantastic, the story of a father (Viggo Mortensen) who is devoted to teaching his six kids how to live off-the-grid in the forests of America, however finds himself forced to bring his family back into mainstream society, challenging his idea of what it means to be a parent.

 

Please note this competition is open from 4 January 2017 until 18 January 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. J. May - NSW
  2. D. Thomas - NSW
  3. K. Cross - NSW
  4. R. Wasson - NSW
  5. A. Evans - SA
  6. K. Gore - SA
  7. M. Gomes - NSW
  8. K. Turner - NSW
  9. A. Traval - WA
  10. J. Johns - SA
  11. E. Tye - NSW
  12. M. Westbrook - WA
  13. J. Whitaker - SA
  14. R. Bryant - QLD
  15. S. Markwell - QLD
  16. K. Stacey - QLD
  17. A. Browne - WA
  18. P. Larkam - NSW
  19. R. Kapsalakis - VIC
  20. D. Kinmonth - QLD

  • Make sure you enjoy and cherish every ,moment you spend with your children because they grow up so fast.



  • Sleep while your baby sleeps, forget about how “messy” the house is!



  • To take a deep breath when things get rough



  • when you tell kiddywinks to not do something change your tone to one you don’t use often so they pay attention- that’s why it’s better to only raise your voice if it’s life threatening otherwise they tune the tone and words out!



  • My mum advised me to always maintain a good relationship with my daughters-in-law, also sons-in-law, never ever take sides, so if marriages break down over time, good relationships with grandchildren are maintained. She was right.



  • Enjoy the little things because one day you realise they were the big things.



  • Not many good parenting advice only bad
    i follow my own ways and learn myself



  • Trust you gut instinct and strap yourself in for the ride of your live. So true as I reflect for a minute, it has been a ride, enjoyable, scary, hard work and so rewarding. My greatest achievements.



  • Do not compare your child to others of the same age. Each child is born with unique capabilities and talents. Provide opportunities for them to grow, nurture them with love, encourage and praise their efforts and they will turn out wonderful human beings.



  • My Nan told me to listen to people’s parenting advice, smile sweetly then ignore it all and find my own way! Wise advice



  • Set guidelines and rules with consequences and then make sure you follow through with rewards or punishment and make sure you and your partner are on the same page so you have consistency.



  • Have a good bed time routine. Children in bed by 7.30 pm every night. Gives you time with your partner then , perfect. Must do.



  • dont sweat the small stuff – when your stressed the kids are stressed



  • spend time with your children as time flies



  • dont sweat the small stuff


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