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Brandon, Alvin and the Chipmunks

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I came home a little early today and found Hubby in the bedroom watching the News while surfing the internet. Brandon on the other hand, was in the living room watching Alvin and the Chipmunks for the millionth time. After I changed into my house clothes I immediately set the table for supper. Brandon didn’t realize that I was already home so he had no clue that I was watching him while he was dancing and singing along with the Chipmunks. It was an awesome sight to see. His Dad soon came and we both watched his performance. When he realized that he was being watched… he stopped and covered himself with the throw on the coach.

During supper Brandon asked me if I could buy him the movie “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel" that he watched last winter with his cousins. I didn't say anything even if I already know that it is available on DVD and Blu-ray and even on Digital Download on the 30th of March. I am thinking of buying him the double DVD Pack because it includes "The Squeak Along" bonus disc that has more music for sing-along. I am planning to give it as reward for being responsible. After supper, Brandon earned 45 minutes playtime for being a good boy in school so he had 2 options if he wants to play his video game or munk himself to his heart’s desire. He chose the later. When his time was up… he mentioned again about the DVD and I said yes. He asked me if we can buy it now and I just said... "we'll see, if you will be able to be responsible till the end of the month". And he smiled and kissed me goodnight.

Well, watching and listening to Alvin and the Chipmunks was one of the wonderful memories that me and my brothers had and now our kids are enjoying those wonderful collections that we once enjoyed. So if you also had the same experience, check out More Munk Mayhem and find out all the exciting new flicks that your kids will surely enjoy or visit where you can find all the family flicks to add to your growing collection.

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Tes said…
Hi Ruthie, girl! I enjoyed the movie Alvin and the Chipmunks! :)

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