A Sponsored Giveaway, from Little Pim

I’ve always said that if I had ten wishes, I would want to be fluent in every single language and dialect in the world. I’d also want to be able to walk perfectly, without any discomfort, in super high heels. But, I digress. My best friend, Janet, is of Cuban and Guatemalan decent. In fact, it just dawned on me that y’all probably think her name is Janet. In reality, it’s pronounced Jeanette. That’s because English is her family’s second language and, when she went to school, she pronounced her name like her parents pronounced it: ya-net and, just like that, she became Jeanette.
I digress again, but not entirely.
There was a once a time we went shoe shopping in Van Nuys and there was a group of guys that were clearly saying something mean (in Spanish) about the “little white girls” in the store. I remember the pride taking over every crevice in my body as Janet turned around and – in perfect Spanish – told them off. The look on their faces was to-die for.
There’s a lot of parents out there that have Spanish speaking nannies and brag to other moms about how their kids are growing up bilingual and therefore better than yours. That’s not me. Instead, I want my kids to learn Spanish so they can tell off that group of guys in the shoe store.
And so, I’ve started teaching them via Little Pim.Little Pim is a little panda that teaches children a second language. Geared toward children aged 0-6, when the brain is wired to learn up to three different languages, Little Pim offers DVDs in eleven different languages. The benefits of doing such are vast. Learning a second language contributes to cognitive development, prepares your child for what has become a global marketplace, and improves analytical and social skills. I also feel that if my kids are going to be sitting in front of the TV or computer, why not engage them in something educational? Two birds, one stone is my style o’ parenting. 
To my surprise, Little Pim held both of my boys attention. And, since starting the CD series, both have asked to watch it and have chosen to do so over Curious George or other cartoon favorites. It feels good to be cooking dinner knowing they are being entertained by something educational. It’s also been fun to dust off my own Spanish speaking skills (I studied Spanish in high school and have traveled to over six Spanish speaking countries, not to mention communicating with Spanish speaking patients in the hospital). You can read more about the benefits to introducing young children to a second language by clicking here. They also have apps available, which you can check out here
The lovely folks over at Little Pim have been so kind as to offer one lucky reader a 3-pak in the language of the winner’s choosing.
Entering is easy. You can enter any of the following ways, but please leave a separate comment for each entry to increase your chances of winning. The winner will be announced here in two weeks (March 11th) and will be contacted via email, so make sure your email address is valid.
-Visit Little Pim and let me know what language you would select.
-Follow Little Pim on Facebook.
-Follow Little Pim on Twitter.
 Follow The Stork & The Beanstalk on Facebook
-Follow The Stork & The Beanstalk on Bloglovin’
-Follow The Stork & The Beanstalk on Instagram and/or Pinterest
Thank you for entering and good luck!

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105 Responses to A Sponsored Giveaway, from Little Pim

  1. Heather says:

    I took French in high school, but I think Spanish would probably end up being more beneficial for my kids to learn, especially if we end up moving to a state where there is a higher Spanish population.

  2. Heather says:

    Liked Little Pim on Facebook

  3. Heather says:

    I’m now following you on Facebook as well! Love your blog and photos!

  4. Most definitely, I’d choose Spanish. I’m actually half Mexican and my mom is full, but she just won’t speak to my 22 month old in Spanish (just like she didn’t speak Spanish to my brother or I growing up). My husband and I REALLY want our daughter to learn it.

  5. I am already a Facebook follower.

  6. Previous comment was to say I’m a FB of yours. And I’m a bloglovin’ follower of yours.

  7. I’m an Instagram follower of yours.

  8. Kim says:

    Wow, this is super cool. So neat to see their little captivated faces. The day they say “hola” to me, I will fall over in awe.

  9. christina says:

    i am with you and i would go with spanish. our nanny speaks spanish and has been teaching my son a little here and there. so the other day we were at the store and another mother was speaking spanish to her children and one of them was getting into trouble. so naturally the mother started counting to 3 to get her child to listen (as we do). so she started “uno…dos…” and my 2.5 year old shouts out “TRES!”. like it was no big deal. so i am definitely excited so see where this takes him!

  10. christina says:

    i already follow you on pinterest

  11. christina says:

    i also already follow you on instagram

  12. Sara says:

    I follow you on Facebook and Instagram. I would choose Italian. My Grandma is an Italian war bride, she married my grandpa at age 16 and came to America at age 17. Her story is so amazing. I would love for my Charlie to learn Italian so he can someday talk with his distant cousins in Italy.

  13. Shantel says:

    Spanish is where it’s at! This is really awesome, thanks Ashley and Little Pim.

  14. Karen says:

    Little Pim is amazing! I would absolutely choose Spanish. Half of my family is Hispanic and they didn’t teach us much Spanish. Mostly the curse words. :)

  15. Karen says:

    Just liked Little Pim on Facebook.

  16. Karen says:

    I already follow you on Facebook.

  17. Karen says:

    And I follow you on Instagram!

    When I started following you on insta I realized Willy looked familiar. We went to St. Tim’s together! I love seeing pictures of your family.

  18. Erica says:

    After 9 years of Spanish classes I can barely understand anything! I would love my daughter to learn Spanish, this looks amazing!

  19. Erica says:

    Following you on Instagram!

  20. Erica says:

    and now following @LittlePim on Twitter

  21. Erica says:

    last but not least I already follow you on Bloglovin! Gracias! PS – I love reading your blog!

  22. Erin says:

    Visited little pim. I would choose French, Spanish, and Japanese!

  23. Erin says:

    I started following little pim on instagram.

  24. Erin says:

    I follow you on Instagram.

  25. Rebecca says:

    Love this! My wee one is coming in a bout a month and i’ve always wanted my children to learn french. Now i guess i need to start learning as well..

  26. Rebecca says:

    I follow you on Bloglovin’

  27. Shasta says:

    Followed you on IG…have been a little bit now…love your pix and outlook on life!

  28. Shasta says:

    Following little Pim on IG!

  29. Rebecca says:

    I followed Little Pim on Twitter

  30. Shasta says:

    I would choose Spanish…

  31. Rebecca says:

    I followed Little Pim on Facebook

  32. Rebecca says:

    Following you on Pinterest

  33. Rebecca says:

    aaand following you on Facebook!

  34. Rachel H says:

    I just followed Little Pim and the Stork and the Beanstalk on Facebook. And am now following you on Pinterest. Couldn’t be more excited for this giveaway. It’s brilliant. I’d have to go with French if I win :)

  35. Alison Z says:

    My best friend is Puerto Rican and Haitian and most people assumed she was black. We had many similar episodes of people trash talking in Spanish and her turning around to respond! It’s the best!!

    I would choose Spanish, since I live in southern California and my son is half Mexican. Unfortunately, my husband’s parents did not teach him Spanish and my limited Spanish, just doesn’t cut it.

  36. betsie says:

    I would definitely pick French! (Follow you on instagram).

  37. Katie says:

    Following you on FB.

  38. Katie says:

    Following you on instagram.

  39. Katie says:

    And I would defintely do Spanish. I’ve had it on my to-do’s for when she gets older for a while now, maybe its time to start now!

  40. jenC says:

    ….i’d choose german, danke! we lived 4 years in Switzerland but moved back after the birth of our first babe 2 years ago. I would live to return and have my little boys dive right in!! thanks for introducing this program and for the give-away!

  41. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I’d choose spanish

  42. Meg Brack says:

    I visited Little Pim’s website, love the concept, and would choose French for my little guys. Thanks for introducing

  43. Meg Brack says:

    I follow on Instagram :)

  44. Meg Brack says:

    Bloglovin too!

  45. marian boll says:

    Spanish for myself and my family.

  46. Tamar says:

    I’d probably get spanish.

  47. drea says:

    spanish!! anything to help reinforce spanish in this home is a must! having my big guy in school and wanting to speak in english only now is not very helpful when i’m still trying to get my little guy to learn spanish.

  48. drea says:

    i follow on bloglovin.

  49. drea says:

    follow on instagram

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  51. Maegan says:

    Ashley, this is so neat! We want Zoe to learn Spanish. The benefits are endless! :) We can’t wait to see you and the boys!

  52. SHEENA l says:

    we would to do Italian

  53. DanielM says:

    i would pick spanish

  54. Victoria K says:

    I Followed Little Pim on Facebook.

  55. Victoria K says:

    I Followed The Stork & The Beanstalk on Facebook

  56. Brandee says:

    I would choose Spanish. I speak Spanish to my son but he would benefit from this type of program!

  57. Brandee says:

    I follow the Stork and the Beanstalk on Facebook.

  58. Brandee says:

    I liked Little Pim on Facebook

  59. Brandee says:

    I follow Little Pim on Twitter.

  60. Brandee says:

    I follow The Stork and the Beanstalk on Pinterest.

  61. Marie says:

    Following you on Instagram. We love Little Pim! We get the DVDs from our library sometimes and it would be great to own them!

  62. Marie says:

    Also following on Pinterest- thanks!

  63. Angela P. says:

    I would pick Spanish. I took Italian when I was in highschool and college, and always feel Spanish would have been more useful.

  64. Angela P. says:

    i’m following little pim on facebook.

  65. Angela P. says:

    i’m following little pim on twitter.

  66. Angela P. says:

    i’m following the stork and the bean stalk on facebook.

  67. Angela P. says:

    i’m following the stork and the beanstalk on bloglovin.

  68. Angela P. says:

    i’m following the stork and the beanstalk on instagram.

  69. Brittney House says:

    I would love to try Spanish.


    i would choose spanish


    i Follow Little Pim on Facebook.


    i follow Little Pim on Twitter.

    my username @littlebitsofice

  73. sandra says:

    i would choose chinese or spanish

  74. Aurus says:

    That is so cute! I would choose Chinese or French.

  75. Aurus says:

    I followed Little Pim on FB.

  76. Aurus says:

    Followed Little Pim on Twitter.

  77. Aurus says:

    Followed you on Pinterest.

  78. Rebecca Orr says:

    I would choose Spanish for my daughter. Thanks for the chance!

  79. Rebecca Orr says:

    Instagram follower: bekki1820cb

  80. My kids are currently in school in Mexico and this product would be a great supplement. Is this giveaway open to Canadians?

    Thanks for posting this giveaway to my weekly giveaway linky (http://www.journeysofthezoo.com/category/giveaway-linky) where everyone is welcome!

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

  81. Diane Baum says:

    My sons are adopted from Colombia,this would be a great way for them to learn Spanish.

  82. Nancy Douglas says:

    Spanish, please. I followed The Stork and the Beanstock on Facebook and little pim as well

  83. Erica C. says:

    I follow on bloglovin.

  84. Amber b says:

    I would like for my family to learn Spanish.

  85. Lauren E. says:

    I would select German for my daughter

  86. Holly S. says:

    I would choose French. Thanks!

  87. Holly S. says:

    I like Little Pim on Facebook as Holly Storm-Burge

  88. Holly S. says:

    I follow Little Pim on Twitter as @HollyStormEtsy.

  89. Holly S. says:

    I like you on Facebook as Holly Storm-Burge

  90. Holly S. says:

    I follow you with BlogLovin’ as Holly Storm,

  91. Holly S. says:

    I follow you on Pinterest as Holly Storm, http://pinterest.com/hollystorm/

  92. Pat says:

    I would choose Spanish.

  93. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would choose Spanish.

  94. Laurie Emerson says:

    I follow Little Pim on Facebook.

  95. Laurie Emerson says:

    I follow Little Pim on twitter.

  96. Laurie Emerson says:

    I follow you on Facebook.

  97. Laurie Emerson says:

    I follow you on Bloglovin.

  98. Laurie Emerson says:

    I follow you on Pinterest as Laura Lee.

  99. kris m says:

    following little pim on twitter

  100. Melissa Federer says:

    Followed little pim on Facebook

  101. Melissa Federer says:

    followed little pim on twitter

  102. susan smoaks says:

    If I won, i would choose spanish. we are fortunate enough to have several spanish speaking friends so this would be useful.

  103. Francine Anchondo says:

    I would pick spanish

  104. Sand says:

    I would select Chinese.

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