I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Welch’s. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
Welch’s believes in the magic of “kitchen table” moments, and has been helping families enjoy them for generations. In the time it takes to drink a glass of juice or share a sandwich, a special moment can happen. That’s why Welch’s just launched a new movement called “Share what’s good™” It’s all about sharing those special moments that occur each day with family, friends and loved ones – whether it’s at home or on the go.
At Sharewhatsgood.com you’ll find a variety of great content from fun family ideas to delicious recipes. You can share photos of your every-day moments and see how others are doing the same.
As part of the Share what’s good campaign, Welch’s has launched the “Share Your Moments” photo contest! From 9/16 to 10/25 upload a photo of your favorite family moment for a chance to win $5,000! While there is only one grand prize, everyone who enters will get a $1.50 coupon for Welch’s 100% Grape Juice – or $2.00 if you share the news.
Visit Sharewhatsgood.com to enter. Post your own photos to Twitter and Instagram, using the #sharewhatsgood hashtag to enter to win the Share what’s good Photo Contest!
To keep up with the #sharewhatsgood campaign be sure to also follow Welch’s on Twitter: @Welchs on Instagram: @Welchs and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/welchsgrapes
What are your tips or tricks for “stealing” quality time with your family?
One of our tricks:
Lately it seems like we do so much running around that it’s hard to find the time to get some quality time with the kiddos. I’ve found a few tricks though! For instance, our family goes on a walk each night (weather pending), on our walk my husband and I will each take a turn walking with one of the kids. Last night my son walked with dad and our daughter walked with me. I love this because we get independent time with both children and we can chit chat about how their day went or what’s going on in school. This is usually when the kids really open up to us.