Here comes another interesting contest from Globe!
Greatness Starts @Home Blogging Contest
Tattoo@Home believes that nurturing a child’s potential can lead to achieving greater things. And what better place to start the road to greatness than at home! Whether a parent or not, share with us those great moments of achievement that started at home and and get the chance to win great prizes such as passes to Mind Museum, Samsung Phones and Galaxy tabs!
Here’s what you need to do:
1. Write about Greatness Starts @Home with one of the following topics:
IF YOU’RE A PARENT: What is your child’s greatest moment of achievement and how did it all start at Home?
IF YOU’RE NOT A PARENT: What is your greatest moment of achievement Who inspired and helped you at Home to achieve it and why?
2. Include a photo or video of you or your child’s greatest moment of achievement with your post.
3. Include the Tattoo@Home badge on your post linking to http://tattoo.globe.com.ph
4. Post the direct link to your blog entry as a comment under this post for you to get qualified.
5. We will be featuring your story on our official Tattoo Facebook page (http://facebook.com/GlobeTattoo) the day after your submission
6. Contest will run from February 25 – March 17. Great prizes will be given away every 2 days to lucky participants!
7. Grand Winners of Samsung Champ phones and Samsung Galaxy tabs will be announced on March 25.
Twenty (20) winners of 4 FREE PASSES to Mind Museum (scheduled visit on February 28, 9AM-12PM) for the first 20 posts. This will be awarded on Monday, February 27.
Twelve (12) Samsung Champ phones (Two (2) phones will be raffled off every 2 days to lucky participants for the next 3 weeks)
Two (2) Samsung Galaxy Tabs AND Two (2) Samsung Champ phones for the Best Blogs (One (1) from each topic) based on the criteria below:
Creativity – 40% (Does your blog post successfully integrate well-crafted text with engaging images or video?
Content – 30% (Does your blog post embody what it means to start Greatness at Home?)
Originality – 15% (Does your blog post present your story in a unique way and highlights the subject’s individuality?)
Interaction on Tattoo’s FB page – 15% (Number of likes and comments from unique users about the story on the official Globe Tattoo Facebook page – http://facebook.com/GlobeTattoo)
In contests like this wherein I feel proud that I’m a blogger! :yipee: This post was posted today and I’m happy that I’m one of the first person who blogged about it.
So my entry starts here: :yipee:
:57: What is your child’s greatest moment of achievement and how did it all start at Home? :83:
I chose that topic because although I’m still a teenager :67: I’m a mom of a 9 months old cute little daughter named Aphrodite Leunamme :67: . She loves to show off her gigil look every time I tell her, “paano gigil?” This is also one of her achievements. :93: But this is quite common so I decided that this is not yet her greatest achievement. :ag:
For me, since she is still a baby, :130: most of her achivements are at home. The greatest achievement was she learned to dance without me teaching her to dance. :40: She learned to dance at her 7th month. I always dance in front of her so maybe that’s how she learned to dance. :71: Also, we had downloaded several nursery rhymes in YouTube, she always watches and dances in to the rhythm. Every time she hears whatever dance music, (nursery rhyme, hit music on the radio, etc.) she dances, :69: and as months passed, she is improving with her dance steps. :19: Before she dances with her hands only, :20: then moving up and down, then now, twisting her body. :79: She learned to clap and all by herself, :googlyeyes: she included clapping as part of her dance step. :oink: One time, my husband tried to place a headset on her ear and played music. :110: Guess what? She danced! :101:
Here is the video :25: I uploaded in YouTube :30: with Aphrodite dancing while she wearing the headset and listening to the music. This video was taken last January 26, 2012, she was only 8 months old by that time. I uploaded this in Facebook and a lot of people had liked the video since it is rare for a baby like her to dance every time she hears a music. :127: