77 thoughts on “Ugly Snuglies Review

  1. Mary Beth Elderton

    I have 3 things I like for kids to learn: 1.) Routine–so everything the *has* to get done *does* get done, leaving time for anything else; 2.) Collecting–caring for your things as you collect over time means that you can have bigger, better, and more. For kids, this is usually toys, but the lesson goes to saving money later on; 3.) Whatever you do, do it for real, do it the most and best you can.

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  2. Jason Strickland

    My lesson would be to not concern yourself with the negative opinions/comments of others.

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  3. Anna Tetreault

    These things are so adorable! And they send a great message. I would love to win one for myself, and maybe pass it down to my son when he’s old enough 🙂

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  4. Heather Poindexter

    I guess in that respect I am lucky. I always thought people with disabilities were overlooked. My brother had severe disleixia growing up, he looked fine though, I was a presffiona; model and had a great carrer I loved then I got a rare heridatary disease. I still look fine, but my legs don’t work. So I have to use a walker or a wheelchair.

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  5. Audra O'Hara

    That would be to have confidence in their own abilities and never feel the pressure to mindlessly follow what others do or think.

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  6. Megan Tilley

    That we all look different and have different talents but to never judge someone by their appearance because there is so much more on the inside!

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  7. Crystal Gomez

    I wish every kid could learn kindness and caring for others. Too many kids are bullies without caring out there!

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  8. vickie allbright

    these are so adorable and my advice would be to always be a person of your word that is so important

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  9. Terri Irvin

    I wish all kids would learn about racial and cultural diversity and learn to respect people who are different from them.

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  10. Samantha M

    These are actually really really cute. I wish all men, and women too, would learn to be kind and polite when they are young. And to treat everyone with respect, regardless of gender, race, age, or anything else.

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  11. A.L.

    This is more of a group of lessons. To put themselves first, to give respect only when it is deserved. Being neutral doesn’t mean disrespectful, rude, weird, unacceptable, etc. It’s okay to end relationships when you don’t feel you’re being respected or even if you feel you don’t have enough or the right things in common.

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  12. Gina Ferrell

    I wish that more kids would learn accepting of everyone be kind and have respect and to never bully anyone. Bullying has really become a big issue in the world and it’s so sad to see other kids bullying other kids. It really does start in the household and how the parents teach their kids it’s okay to bully because their not happy with themselves. Love your children and teach them to love and respect everyone because one day it could be your child getting bully!!!

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  13. Karen Drake

    I wish my Grandson would learn to be honest, I know it is hard when they are little to explain the difference between the truth and lying but I hope he can learn that.

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  14. Amanda Whitley

    i have two! one is to always use manners and respect and the other is to always clean up after yourself

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  15. joni taylor

    I wish I could make them understand that being popular means nothing once you aren’t in school anymore.

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  16. amy tolley

    I think you should teach your kids manner and to respect others property and belongings and to always know they can do anything they want if they just believe and try….

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  17. Wendi

    to respect their elders and help them if they need it and not to expect anything in return for good gestures

    and I love the kitty

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  18. Darlene Owen

    I think its good for kids to mind their manners, such as please, thank you, excuse me, etc.

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  19. tina reynolds

    I would teach them to value and treat others always the way they want to be treated

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  20. Robin

    You know it may sound so cliche, but I think that they need to realize that it’s what we do and what we are inside that makes us a good person. Not what we look like. Individuality is key.

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  21. Sue Hull

    I taught my daughter to never judge a person because they are different. I told her in Gods eyes we’re all the same. Its important to see their heart. The inside matters not the outside. Thank you for the chance 🙂

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