Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Christmas DVD & Giveaway!

Are you looking for some really cute family videos with great Christmas messages? The Christmas Apron and Christmas Break-In are the perfect movies for you!

The Christmas Apron is a short film with a beautiful message about families and what's truly important at the Christmas season. As you all know, my daughter was an extra in this movie and I've seen it quite a few times. I'll admit, though, that every time I do, I still get weepy. There's just something about families and hardship and happy endings that gets to me every time. I loved this one.

The second one is Christmas Break-In and it's full of laughs and fun. It's sort of like Home Alone, only it's in a school. Danny Glover stars in this one as a lovable janitor with a past. I loved feisty little Isabel, the heroine, and Jet the dog. They stole the show! It was over the top fun with a happy ending as well.

I love finding good shows that we can watch together as a family, especially at the Christmas season. Be sure to scroll down for your chance to win one of these cute DVDs for your family!

The Christmas Apron
The children in Millie’s family can’t wait for Grandma to arrive with her special Christmas apron. According to tradition, each grandchild will write down the gift he or she wants most in the world, and then slip that wish into the apron’s pocket. Then, on Christmas morning, those wished-for gifts will be magically waiting under the tree. But then eleven-year-old Millie overhears her parents: the family can’t afford gifts for all the little ones. She pictures the disappointment on her siblings’ faces: nothing to open on Christmas morning. Is Millie willing to sacrifice her own whole-soul wish so that someone else’s can come true? Full of tender emotion and delightful surprise, this story reminds us of the miracles that unfold when we think of others before ourselves.

Buy your copy of The Christmas Apron here

Christmas Break-In

Today was supposed to be one of the best days ever for nine-year-old Izzy Rush. But now, on the last day of class before Christmas break, she has been left alone at school. To make matters worse, the biggest blizzard this town has ever seen is blowing and snowing full force. Which is why three bumbling crooks on the lam decide to take shelter in the seemingly empty school. When Izzy discovers that the criminals are holding her friend Ray, the school custodian, she decides it’s up to her to save the day. But what can a nine-year-old girl do? You’d be surprised!

Get your copy of The Christmas Break-In here

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