Christopher Robin DVD Release!!

November 2, 2018

Congrats to our winner: Kellie C.

I have been so excited for this film since we saw a preview in March!  I grew up just adoring all the many adventures of Winnie the Pooh and his friends from the hundred acre wood. I have passionately read the books, and I loved watching the stories brought to life through varying shows and movies.  I’m so excited for a family movie night on the couch watching this completely re-imagined story!  Christopher Robin has grown up, and we get to see his life in the present day.

The DVD release is coming up on November 6,  2018, and to celebrate we’re giving away a digital copy!

About Christopher Robin:
“In Disney’s heartwarming live action adventure, the young boy who shared countless adventures with his stuffed animal friends in the Hundred Acre Wood has grown up and lost sight of what’s important in life. Now it is up to his childhood friends to venture into our world and help Christopher Robin rediscover the joys of family life, the value of friendship and to appreciate the simple pleasure in life once again.”

If you’re anything like me and seriously looking forward to experiencing this timeless story with a new twist.  I’m going to send one lucky reader a little swag and most importantly a digital copy of Christopher Robin. To enter, simply comment below and share a heartwarming memory with me from your childhood!

 

Piglet and Pooh in Disney’s live-action adventure CHRISTOPHER ROBIN.

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15 Comments
    1. I remember the old Winnie the Pooh shows on the Disney channel when I was little and I would live for them during the preview weekends – back before it was one of the main cable channels. Such warm mwmories!!

    1. I also remember watching Winnie the Pooh on the Disney Channel. It was definitely one of my go to shows. I just always he loved how sweet Pooh is,truly a caring soul.

    1. Oddly enough, I came to love Pooh when I was in middle school. Something about his disposition just resonated with me and made me happy :). Maybe because he reminded me of my childhood days exploring in the woods behind my dads house. I think I acquired my first Pooh when I went to Disney Land in 6th grade and I continued to collect Winnie the Pooh everything through college. My kids have acquired several of my stuffed Poohs and water globes at this point.

    1. I don’t think I can decide just one memory that I’ll always cherish but a lot of them revolve around my grandparents. Whether is was my grandma taking me to shows like Disney on ice or Lion King in Broadway or going fishing with my grandpa. Those two mean the world to me. I’m so lucky to have them as part of my life still and that they are there for my daughter as well.

    1. One of my fondness memories from my childhood was napping in the front porch swing at my grandparent’s house. It was so peaceful and secure for me. I hope I can make my home a comfortable and safe place for my kids!

    1. Going to my grandma & grandpas house Christmas Eve all dressed up and doing family puzzles, listening to music, opening presents from then and having a nice dinner. On the way home we would always go and look at Christmas lights. It was the same routine every year but one I cherished and loved.

    1. A memory from childhood would be playing games with our family. Nothing fancy but playing board games and some silly arguments 🙂

    1. It’s hard to pick just one. I would have to say, having tea parties with my mom and my best friend Mandy would be a good one. I had the miniature porcelain tea sets. I’m sure most little girls have memories of tea parties ♡
      Strategically placing each baby doll and stuffed animal around the blanket or table. Eating cookies or crackers and drinking “tea” which was most likely water or lemonade. So much fun.

    1. I *loved* the odd quasi live action Pooh from the early 90s as a kid. I also loved/still love the House at Pooh corner song by Loggins and Messina. Pooh will forever be a huge part of my household:)

    1. I loved eating dinner at my friend’s house across the street and watching Winnie the Pooh on the tv in her kitchen.

    1. When my siblings and I were in kindergarten, my mother had us memorize the poem by A. A. Milne entitled “Now We Are Six.” She recorded all of us quoting his poem, so proud of the fact that we were six and also that we had memorized this simple poem. We loved the one-on-one attention as our mom helped us read and the memorize the quote.

      1. Oh my goodness I love this memory so much. Thanks for sharing

    1. When my siblings and I were in kindergarten, my mother had us memorize the poem by A. A. Milne entitled “Now We Are Six.” She recorded all of us quoting his poem, so proud of the fact that we were six and also that we had memorized this simple poem. We loved the one-on-one attention as our mom helped us read and the memorize the quote.

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