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  1. Lily Kwan says:

    A memorable moment I had was going to the beach for the first time.

  2. A memorable moment for me was when we could finally communicate with my son effectively after months of speech therapy.

  3. Diane Elizabeth says:

    My youngest sons first day of kindergarten was memorable. The kids all went out a minute ahead of me to wait for their buses. It was also my oldest sons first day of high school, and my daughters first day of jr high. Walking out to join them I was struck by the comparison between my boys because it seemed like only yesterday my oldest was the one starting kindergarten. A lump in my throat moment for sure.

  4. My memorable moment was watching my child get married…wow!

  5. Lewann Rice says:

    One of my fave things I remember from my daughter was when she was 3 yr old, she would come into my husbands and my bedroom before we woke up, climb on the bed then get between us and as gently as her little fingers could she would pinch our eye lashes and pull our eye lids open singing ” It’s morning, the sun is out, it’s time to wake up!”
    She would continue this till we would get up. I swear she would wait for daybreak to come in our room to do this! It was always so dang early!!!!! LOL We love her anyway and tease her about it now that she is 17 and doesn’t want to get up early!

  6. Kim Pinch says:

    One of my memorable moments was when my daughter won a skating competition.

  7. Debbie Clauer says:

    My oldest daughter never crawled but scooted along upright. It was so unusual to see how fast she could get around. Her 2 sisters both crawled.

  8. Birdie Skolfield says:

    Ill always remember when our boy dove into the pool the first time hes such a fish to this day

  9. angie pruden says:

    my sons first birthday when he first tasted cake and the look on his face.. priceless

  10. Kiki Bacaro says:

    Probably my most memorable moment as a mom was watching my daughter give birth to my granddaughter in a tub in one of our bedrooms.

  11. I lovedwhen we would travel to garner state park. It was fun would go with my cousins.

  12. sherrie says:

    A memorable moment is all of my kids starting to walk and talk, of course its cute when there little and learn to giggle. It is so hard to pick just one. Lets just say my memorable moment is becoming a mom period.

  13. Jennifer Speed says:

    A memorable moment as a child was skipping school and going to the beach with my grandparents

  14. Kelly Greenwood says:

    A memorable moment from my childhood would be the trip my family took to the mammoth caves in Kentucky. It was one of the best trips I can remember.

  15. Tammy Hayden says:

    My most memorable moments are the days that I gave birth to my 2 beautiful girls!!

  16. Elizabeth C says:

    When I was a kid and we went to a certain town to go shop, Mom would drop me in a Chinese store n I would spend the afternoon being ‘babysat’ by a Mr. Miyagi type, the store owner. We would play this Chinese sort of checkers game for the afternoon.

  17. Ron Goss says:

    My most memorable day as a kid was the day I got my first minibike. I rode it until way after dark.

  18. Desiree says:

    My most memorable moment would have to be seeing my son after they pulled him out of my uterus. Still covered in all the baby goo. I just couldn’t believe how even covered in gunk he was still the most precious thing in the world.

  19. Wendy Pence says:

    So many memorable moments, how to choose just one? Watching my first child graduate high school and talking with her to plan her future as an adult. That was pretty memorable. :0)


    My most memorable moment was Jan 9th in 1983.. My son Nicholas was born .3 lbs 14o/z .He was so small ,,I thought he was a puppy and mom said i wanted to name him ”Drambuie’ Don’t ask me why ,I have no idea.Never had that ever . Now comes May 21st 2014 and My Nicholas gives me a 6lb 14 oz baby On May 21 He made me a grammy” and a he made me so happy !!

  21. Laurel Wycoff says:

    Getting to see my 11 year old daughter receive her 5th grade promotion certificate

  22. Cynthia P says:

    Really good memories of going fishing really early on Saturday mornings as a young child with my brother and my father.

  23. Elizabeth Ericson says:

    Traveling all over the country by car with my parents

  24. Shellie H says:

    When I first met each of my amazing children ๐Ÿ™‚

  25. Tracy Dennison says:

    When my first daughter arrived after 24+ hrs of labor-priceless!

  26. Becoming a mom! the first time you hold your baby!

  27. Cynthia Sizemore says:

    My most memorable moment as a parent is seeing the look on my son
    s face when he became a father.

  28. Paula V says:

    taking trips to Florida to visit my grandparents.

  29. Stephanie Easterling says:

    One of the most memorable moment was when my son made the High School football team and started the 1st game. When he was younger he always sat on the bench. He as a learning disability and they also said he was not that good. He worked hard and grow bigger. He has a big heart. Now he is in College to be a Phy. Ed Teacher for Elem. School.

  30. Lenora D says:

    My neatest moments have been the 1st birthday bashes.

  31. Charlotte R says:

    Some of my most memorable moments are our flights from the US to England to visit family. I loved those long flights with my parents.

  32. Denise Boeger says:

    There are so many memorable moments as a parent that I have experienced. One that I know will be memorable that is coming up is my daughter’s kindergarten graduation ceremony this week.

  33. Valerie Triana Nordin says:

    Most memorable as a parent was the first homecoming whn my husband deployed. My 2 yr old and I got stuck in the elevator at BWI and had to wait for rescue. She was oblivious, enjoyed every second in that elevator!

  34. Linda Treadwell says:

    I have a lot of great memories, taking my kids trick or treating, when they were young.

  35. Christy says:

    The moment my daughter was born is my most memorable moment.

  36. SuzySweeps says:

    My parents taking me over to a friends house on Christmas Eve, and when we got back, their excitement on showing me the reindeer prints in the snow leading from the balcony/deck to the roof of the house. That Christmas was such a memorable one because they made it extra magical and fun ๐Ÿ™‚

  37. Myrna Kasick says:

    Moving my family from the midwest to California.

  38. Terri Quick says:

    I remember spending holidays with my cousins.

  39. Heather Turner says:

    The scariest moment as a parent was when my son, at 7 months, was lifelined from one hospital to our children’s hospital and they weren’t sure he was gonna make it. The worst was that I couldn’t ride with him. It was the scariest moment as a parent. He is still special needs from a physical aspect but he continues to beat the odds!

  40. Heather Garcia says:

    I remember my very first movie I saw at the drive in, Rescurers. I have such fond memories of my mom taking me to the drive in. When my daughter was old enough I took her to the theater to see her very first movie, Tangled. I hope she has wonderful memories of her very first movie, like I do with mine.

  41. Sarah Hayes says:

    our first trip to the beach was very memorable

  42. Vennie M. says:

    My favorite memory is at the age of 5 I got up on Christmas Eve morning and was surprised to gifts all under the tree. Well, I decided they were all for me and I proceeded opening and enjoying every single one! And I did so enjoy the gift wrap..so colorful and shiny. Well, needless to say when my Mom got up and discovered my happy little mess she was far from happy!

  43. One of many, a favorite is taking my now 10 year old son to New York City (when my husband had a business trip there) when he was 3 1/2 . I had spent significant time in NYC and this time planned a totally kid centric trip. He really remembers this (maybe because I did a scrapbook!). We’re going back this summer and I’m SO excited to do this trip with a 10 year old’s perspective!


    not a parent but loved going to drive in as a kid! my dad would get paper bags and pop popcorn kernels on the stove and put the popcorn in the bags tons of butter and salt (wonderfully delicious!)

  45. I was going fishing with my dad when I was little.

  46. laurie damrose says:

    When my 19 year old began talking and invented a new word chipsles.

  47. I absolutely loved last Christmas….All FIVE of my kiddos, three of their significant others….ALL OF US TOGETHER for the whole day. PICTURES GALORE, good food, good times! FAMILY TIME is the BEST TIME EVER!! I have since (just this month) became a GRANDMA to TWO beautiful babies….Cambria Rayne and Landon Jacob…born within weeks of each other…how’s that for cousins growing up together??

  48. Debbie Ritenour says:

    A moment I still remember from kindergarten is when I got a ring stuck on my finger and the school made me go to the lospital to get it cut off because my finger had turned purple!

  49. Starla J says:

    My husband is in the military. Homecomings are always the best!

  50. Danielle D says:

    Going to the beach with family every weekend.

  51. When my daughter was a toddler and went for a pony ride in the park. She came running back with her finger in the air for “one more time!” She did this over and over ๐Ÿ™‚

  52. Jennifer Lachman says:

    My favorite memory was taking my son for his first family picnic right after he learned to crawl. It was so fun watching him explore the grass and the flowers and discover the world.

  53. Jennifer Rote says:

    Taking my children camping. Always fun and memorable.

  54. Rachel M says:

    When my daughter earned Student of the Month for her school. She was so proud of that and I was too!

  55. Here that first baby giggle is one of my favorite memories with all of my kids!

  56. tls simms says:

    My most memorable moment was taking my then 8 year old son to the beach for the first time…he really enjoyed it and was not scared like me ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks

  57. Sarah Oswald says:

    I remember and still have all the gifts my kids made me in school and I love when they did crafts and decorating with me. I love those memories.

  58. Judy Lipcsak says:

    Watching my children become parents has been wonderful. My son holding his son in his arms is one of my favorite memories.

  59. My fondest childhood memory was winning a raffle at school. I won $5 and bought a whole bunch of gum and candy. ๐Ÿ™‚

  60. robyn donnelly says:

    I think my most memorable moments have been watching my girls grow up to be smart, talented young ladies.

  61. gayle gildehaus says:

    You may think me a bit old fashioned when I say my best memories are when my six children give me hugs and kisses just because they want to.And the pictures they draw for me are priceless.

  62. June Ebinger says:


  63. april yedinak says:

    A memorable moment for me is when my oldest graduated from Kindergarten.

  64. lissa crane says:

    One of my most memorable moments as a parent is when my son took his first step, trying to get to his Christmas presents under the tree! we thought is was so funny that his motivation was his presents!

  65. I have four memorable moments. Each time I got to hold my baby for thefirst time!

  66. Beanybopp says:

    One of my memorable moments as a parents was hearing our son giggle for the first time. It was on my first mother’s day so it made it even more special ๐Ÿ™‚

  67. A nice memory I have is going to the local park on the weekends with my dad.

  68. I would have to say it’s when I found out who “santa clause” really was. I was 5 and I sneaked out of bed and saw my parents putting my very first bike next to the tree.. I cried myself to sleep that night.. i was heart broken.. but i look back now and find it cute and funny.

  69. Jill A. Collins says:

    My most memorable moments as a child were our beach vacations. My birthday is June 25th and we’d always go shortly after. I remember spending all of my birthday money each year on the boardwalk at night and going home with tons of prizes from the games.

  70. My milestone was traveling to E urope with my high school group when I was 16.

  71. kelly nicholson says:

    If you’re not a memorable moment you had as a child

    the first time i rode a horse…so long ago

  72. Baby girl learning to walk for the first time

  73. kim burnett says:

    Seeing my kiddos reach milestones in their lives. !

  74. Crystal Irvin says:

    I would say the birth of my niece, who is my mini-me is the best day ever

  75. Melissa Hartley says:

    My most memorable moments are the births of each of my 3 sons, birthdays, & all the smiles, hugs, & laughter from them..they are now young men: Eric (29), Kasey (22), & Travis (19) but they will always be my babies, thanks!

  76. Terri Morgan says:

    One of my most memorable mom moments is when my kids were small and we would sing children’s songs together in the car while we were coming home from daycare.

  77. I have so many memories of our three boys. One of my favorites was brought to mind about Christmas morning. the boys had got up early…we explained it was way to early and for them to lay back down. We got up and they were all three laying about 6 feet from the tree with covers and all.

  78. Many thanks to my employer and school i got to go on field trips with my children always had a great time being with them and watching all the kids and their safety cherished all the moments then & now !!!!!!!!! TY

  79. richelle bowers says:

    the birth of my children was very memorable

  80. Angela Y says:

    The birth of my daughters were the most memorable.


  82. linda w. says:

    It will always be the day my kids were born and holding them for the first time.

  83. One of those things that sticks with us to this day–my daughter is 12–is that when she was a toddler and would be looking for something, she would stand in the middle of the room with her arms flung out to the sides, saying, “Where? Where is it?” in just such a particular manner. Now when we misplace car keys or the remote, or something of that nature, we all do it.

  84. Watching my daughters dance with my brother at his wedding this weekend was definitely memorable!

  85. Michelle White says:

    Every moment is memorable when you have kiddos but my favorites are when they learn or discover something new.

  86. I love when my dad took me golfing it was terrific

  87. A very memorable moment for me as a parent was whenever my son passed his STNA test at 17yrs old. Thank-you for a great giveaway!

  88. ellen beck says:

    My most memorable was the very first time she smiled and said Mama!

  89. Holly Thomas says:

    My first time riding a bike was awesome!

  90. steve weber says:

    the last few months before my mom passed.

  91. jeri boss says:

    the first timw that i saw my 2 boys was the best

  92. Annette Roberts says:

    My oldest son graduating from high school!

  93. Jennifer M. says:

    As a child, I remember my family trips to the coast. I really can’t break it down any further than that. All those visits solidified my love for the ocean!

  94. Going to the beach with my kids for the first time,

  95. Stephanie says:

    I’m not a parent, but I was lucky enough to be visiting my nephew when he walked for the first time. I’m so happy that I was there for such a memorable moment – the first of many!

  96. Lisa Green says:

    The day that my sons were born.

  97. Chelsey says:

    I remember spending time with my family on our boat up at the lake every summer. My family would spend hours out on the lake and everyone was happy being together.

  98. when my daughter went to kindergarden..an i walked her to her class room i
    looked back,and ..it took it all of me not to cry

  99. Colleen Maurina says:

    My most memorable moments were when my three children were born – so magical!

  100. Jeri E. says:

    I would have to say that my most memorable moments were when both of my children were born, and I got to hold each of them for the first time. Nothing beats that! Thank you for the giveaway!!

  101. When I auditioned and got the lead role in a play

  102. When the family would get together for holidays , Xmas , ect…..

  103. Nicki Z. says:

    Holding my adopted daughter, Lilliana (now 2.5) for the first time & the special relationship we’ve been able to maintain with her birthother <3

  104. Jen Haile says:

    Most memorable moment was when I first saw it snow and we’ve never had snow since.

  105. Tee Mcc says:

    my memories are more simple. First lost tooth, first boo boo, first time using the potty and sleeping in her own bed. Eating big girl food and saying their first words!

  106. Tamara Terni says:

    our first trip to Disney with all 4 of the girls it was so fun. they love it and still talk about it.

  107. Sue Hull says:

    My most memorable moment is the day my daughter was born and her first steps, actually all her firsts were so awesome. This past friday my first granddaughter was born and I’ll never forget seeing and holding her for the first time. I felt the same love for her that I felt for my daughter. It’s the most amazing love on earth. Thank you for the awesome giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  108. melina r says:

    My most memorable moments is when we are all happy together. I know a memorable moment is happening later this month when my daughter graduates high school

  109. Jessica Fortner says:

    A memorable moment was when I had my second son and just after birth my older son got to hold his little brother. It was a beautiful moment.

  110. Kimberly says:

    I had a wonderful memorable moment today with my kids. They were running through the sprinkler and having the time of their lives. I was able to take some fantastic pictures!

  111. Terri S says:

    We loved going camping when I was a kid. It was so much fun.

  112. Pam Gurganus says:

    A memorable moment I had as a child is when my grandma took me to Mackinac Island and we stayed at The Grand Hotel. It was awesome!

  113. Erika Litteral says:

    The birth of my children was an amazing time as a mom, wife, and female. I have been glowing on the inside ever since.

  114. Melanie says:

    The most memorable moment was a parent was when my baby daughter first smiled and happened to be on my birthday.

  115. Seeing my son become a daddy and seeing him holding my grandson for the first time…priceless!

  116. michelle oakley warner says:

    my favorite memories with my children is when they come home with school work with a A on it and they are so excited to show me. i love that so much

  117. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    The birth of my first child was my first memorable moment.

  118. Jessica Sage says:

    I loved going on family vacations when I was really young and my older brother still lived at home and joined us.

  119. Christina B. says:

    Here’s a moment I wish I’d caught on camera…

    When my daughter was about 5 we moved her bed into the living room because she really wanted to “be with” the Christmas tree. With my bedroom door open I could just see her bed, the tree and the entrance to the kitchen. On Christmas morning I woke up early and was just laying there trying to get back to sleep when I realized it was tiny feet that had woken me up. I turned over to look and my daughter was diving back into bed. I tried to be quiet and sure enough about a minute later she hopped back out of bed, went all around the tree on her knees and then jumped back into bed. She did that about 4 more times before I couldn’t hide my laughter anymore (I mean I was already choking on my pillow!). Every year I tell her how cute and silly she used to be ๐Ÿ™‚

  120. Laurie Nykaza says:

    Best moment was when my son woke up from his heart transplant that was a moment never to forget.

  121. Robyn Matz says:

    My mom cut my baby girls umbilical cord, she watched the entire cesarean and supported me throughout ๐Ÿ™‚

  122. Chantelle Walker says:

    I first roller coaster ride, I was so scared! I was with my grandpa and suddenly his ankle was around mine and when I looked over he just smiled at me and told me not to worry. It made me feel me secure and calm, and we made it through fine lol

  123. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    most memorable moments for me as a child were the family vacations. We went everywhere!

  124. Tammy Schweitzer says:

    I would say the times we went too our grandparent place in S Florida i was always at beach. Love too walk along the beach I miss that now. Maybe someday I will be able too live bot far from the beach.

  125. Debbie Welchert says:

    13 years ago my first grandson was born and I can remember my daughter and myself were trying to get him to quit crying in the grocery store so we started singing you are my sunshine to him and he quit. We got a lot of smiles that day.

  126. So many moments. So many tears, so many giggles so many hugs. Each so important to my life story. One of my favorite memories, was growing up and my mom and me would walk down the street singing, Me and My Shadow. We would giggle for hours. I was always my mom’s priority. Never did I play second fiddle to anything. I am very blessed.

  127. The first time I saw my daughter, best day of my life

  128. Sandra VanHoey says:

    The birth of all 3 of my children was my memorable moments, absolutely incredible

  129. Kaitlin says:

    I loved all our family vacations. I was an only child so was always allowed to bring my best friend. The times with just my parents were amazing as well.

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