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February 12, 2011 / mommylok

The smiliest woman I’ve ever met…Debbie and Friends (CD Giveaway!) – CLOSED

I got the pleasure of taking my family to see award-winning Debbie and Friends today at the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM).  It’s one of the kids’ favorite places to visit; we try to go at least once or twice in the summer.   I love how they have a traveling exhibit; the last time I visited, it was Wizard of Oz.  I was pretty psyched, but my kids didn’t seem to appreciate it as much (they’re a bit too young yet!)  Right now (through May 1), LICM has the Cyberchase – The Chase is On! exhibit – and it is pretty cool.  Very interactive and engaging.  Definitely check it out if you’re in the area.

LICM’s theater is nice and cozy (very intimate) – probably as is most theaters inside children’s museums.  Before the Debbie and Friends show, Debbie came out and greeted her audience.  Each and every person.  I LOVE when performers take the time to do things like that – it really tells you a lot about them.  My first impression?  WOW, this woman is the most smiliest person ever.  Just standing, she’s smiling.  When she talks, she’s smiling.  When she walks, she’s smiling.  And yes, when she sings, she’s smiling, too.  You know that feeling you get when you first meet someone, and you know right away that he/she is a genuinely a good person?  That’s Debbie.  And this was the impression I got before I spoke with her personally.  After speaking with her?  She has a shining personality.  I became a fan before the show even began.  

The show itself is a true reflection of Debbie’s personality; as I mentioned earlier, it was a pleasure seeing this performance.  Debbie probably spent almost as much time singing with all the children in the audience as she did singing on stage.  The story songs are also super cute; kids and adults of all ages can relate.  Who wouldn’t enjoy seeing their favorite classic children’s story come alive?  A little bit of familiarity is always nice. 

Please visit the Debbie and Friends’ website to learn more about, well, Debbie and all her friends!  You can also see the impressive list of all the awards they’ve won.  The Debbie and Friends’ New Story Songs and Sing Alongs DVD will arrive on March 29th – so be on the lookout!


If you want a glimpse into Debbie and Friends’ music, you can either get a free song download through their website, check out their You Tube videos or WIN a CD here!  I am giving away a Debbie and Friends More Story Songs & Sing Alongs CD to one lucky fan.  To win, please simply enter a comment below sharing your favorite childhood story (mandatory entry).

For an extra entry, please follow me on Twitter (@mommylok) and retweet the following:  “Enter @mommylok ‘s #GIVEAWAY: Debbie and Friends More Story Songs & Sing Alongs CD #music (ends 2/27)” and leave a separate comment indicating you’ve done so.  Be sure to include your Twitter name!  You can do this once each day; you must leave a separate comment each time.

This giveaway is only open to those who are 18 years or older and those with U.S. addresses.  Giveaway ends on February 27th, 2011 at 11:59pm EST  – comments submitted after that will not count.  One lucky winner will be selected randomly by and will be notified via e-mail.  Winner must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be selected.  Good luck!

Disclosure:  All families who attended the performance received a free CD; I am sharing mine for the purpose of this giveaway.  All opinions expressed are my own and were not influenced by the complimentary event tickets I received.



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  1. Maribel Carvajal / Feb 13 2011 11:34 PM

    I agree with you about Debbie, she is amazing, my girl and I love her, we are super fans, Debbie won our hearts with her passion of music and happiness, thanks for sharing about her so more people will know and enjoy her, the band and their fun music.

  2. Barb K / Feb 17 2011 1:30 PM

    Great contest. Don’t know to much about Debbie, but this CD sounds like something the family can listen to. Best memory from childhood is I grew up listening to music of all kind. My family had an ear for it’s full range and sound. That is my best memory. Keep up the good work.

  3. Maria A / Feb 19 2011 3:56 PM

    My favorite childhood memory is playing in the yard of our house. There was so much space, not a lot of neighbors nearby back then, and we ran free. We played on the swing set, in the sandbox, and felt the green grass between our toes. It’s something you can’t quite experience in the City in the same way.

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