The Upside Down, Eleven & Eggo waffles!? There’s still time to binge Stranger Things 1 before Stranger Things 2 launches Oct. 27! Tag a friend who doesn’t have @Netflix_CA and you both could win a 3-month subscription! #StreamTeam #ad – – – – – Rules of Entry: • Only one (1) Netflix Subscription code can be won by each entrant per calendar year • Giveaway ends on 10/24/17 at 11:59pm PST, all entries must be cast by then to qualify • If selected, winners must provide their email as well as the email of their tagged friend upon request to receive the complimentary code – – – #contest #giveaway #netflix #StrangerThings #strangerthings2 #comingsoon #streamteamnetflix **contest not affiliated with instagram**
If your children are anything like mine, they ask over a million (sometimes more) questions a day and on average expect some sort of realistic explanation to things you have never heard of.
Am I right?
Google has changed my life, or so to say…
Seems we can never get through a show or a simple task without me turning to my trusted friend for advice. As you may already know, Google DOES have all the answers! From simple dinner ideas, to Halloween costumes to those tired and tested questions your little ones ask, we always seem to end up googling something because something always needs answers too. I just love when my children are watching a show on Netflix and ask the most random questions because sometimes a mama wants to know the solution too – often times I have never even thought of the idea before they actually ask. Seems we can never get through a show without turning to the tablet or my phone for a little advice on random topics.
When I say I like this, I mean it is a great learning tool that gives calculated answers to subjects I wouldn’t normally know about – what a fantastic thing to have! Gone are the days when we had to wait and look in a book at our local library for advice, today’s kids are smarter with the advantage of endless possible questions with answers they seek.
What’s better, we often Google the shows the children watch before they actually get to view them – avoiding the dreaded ‘but mom’ or the ‘my friend watched it…’ Instead, I look for reviews to support my decision before they have reason to prove me wrong. Don’t worry – I’m sure one day they will realise that they too can build a strong case using Google to their advantage but in the meantime let’s build up those brains and stream consciously!
Does the below graphic look familiar?
Stranger Things Are Coming To Netflix, and YOU Could WIN!
Tag a friend who doesn’t have Netflix on my Instagram post and you BOTH could win a 3-month subscription! This giveaway is open to everyone in Canada and ends on October 24.
**Rules of Entry: • Only one (1) Netflix Subscription code can be won by each entrant per calendar year • Giveaway ends on 10/24/17 at 11:59pm PST, all entries must be cast by then to qualify • If selected, winners must provide their email as well as the email of their tagged friend upon request to receive the complimentary code.