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It seems like it was just the other day when I published a post describing Popsicle’s call for readers to submit their favorite rules for being a kid. They were going to take the best submissions and turn them into a fun guidebook. As it happens on occasion, time flew by. That call for submissions was a month ago. We’ve eaten our fair share of Popsicles since then.
The submissions were carefully reviewed and 40 of them were selected to be in the guidebook. And now just in time for summer, that guidebook is ready!
The Rules For Being A Kid Guidebook is lots of fun. The rules range from sweet and sensitive to just downright funny. Here are two of my favorites!
Some kids love playing in sprinklers. Others hate showers. Some are so busy packing fun into their days that they don’t want to waste time doing nonsense like getting clean! They want more time to play and eat Popsicles, not bathe!
This should be a rule for everyone, not just kids. Enough said.
Do your kids have their own rules? Please visit PopsicleRules.com and check out the guidebook and see if there are some rules that your kids have in there! If you download the guidebook you’ll also get Popsicle-themed activities, coloring pages and craft ideas too.
ONE winner will receive a year’s supply of Popsicles (16 boxes, sent in the form of free product coupons).
HOW TO ENTER.
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