18 June 2012


“Guess How Much I Love You – More than snowflakes” the animated series, is set in a timeless watercolour landscape of grassy fields, mossy forests, lazy rivers and sunny green valleys.


It’s an innocent, picture-book world of butterflies, flowers, whimsy and wonder. This is the idyllic home of Little Nutbrown Hare and his father, Big Nutbrown Hare. The series follows their adventures as they explore their beautiful surrounds, both together and with their friends Little Field Mouse, the mischievous Little Grey Squirrel, the Little White Owl and the clever Little Redwood Fox.

Based on the books that have sold more than 20 million copies worldwide, this release features eight episodes and nearly 90 minutes of quality children’s entertainment and will be available on DVD for the first time from 21 June 2012.

Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment, I have 4 DVD copies of “Guess How Much I Love You – More than snowflakes” to giveaway.

To enter, please leave a comment telling me the sweetest way your child has said (or shown) that they love you.

For example: Sam has discovered the word infinity (thanks Buzz Lightyear), so he says he loves me “to infinity and beyond”.

For extra entries, share the “Guess How Much I Love You” giveaway with your friends/readers on your own blog, Facebook or Twitter and then come back and leave the link in a separate comment. Please include @sameliasmum in your tweets.

Terms and Conditions
1. Open to Australian residents only.
2. Giveaway will close at Midday on Wednesday 27 June 2012.
3. The judge’s decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered upon.
4. Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winners.
5. Winner/s will be contacted by email Samelia’s Mum.


  1. I have four grandchildren that Show me how much they love me everytime they come through the door. They run right pass their grandfather and give me a big hug to tease their grandfather. They are pretty special.

  2. My DD, aged 26, walks in to the room on arrival, hugs me, kisses me on the cheek and says "I love you Momma" (her baby word for me which I loved).

  3. I thought in the interests of transparency, bloggers who offered sponsored posts/advertorial content were supposed to reveal their financial interest in the product and/or advertorial content?

    Or am I wrong?

    1. You're not wrong - most bloggers do. As I haven't been paid for this post, and haven't received my review DVD yet, I don't feel it was necessary to add any such comments.

  4. I think the best time was when both of mine first started to say "I love you" hearing that from your child for the first time is wonderful. Both my children are very affectionate so I get lots of hugs and kisses every day.
    My little girl comes into our bed every morning for a cuddle and her sleepy "dood morning mum" is an absolute delight to hear. I never get tired of it.

  5. my baby comes to me and says: Today we have not kissed ... and we hug and kiss each other, and comfort... I never get tired of it ;) !!!!

  6. Seriously? My daughter was running out for days singing 'Guess how much I love you? Guess how much I love you? Guess how much I love you?' Then one day she spontaneously started singing, 'Guess how much I love Mum? Guess how much I love Mum? Guess how much I love Mum?' Sweetest thing ever and really I didn't make it up!!

  7. Loving isn't always saying those words, for me anyways. Our oldest son whose only child lives with his mom and step-dad. Our grandson, his boy couldn't live in that situation anymore (he is 17)and so is living with another family. This breaks our hearts but the love part comes into play when our son phones me like he did yesterday to just talk for almost an hour using me as a sounding board. He knows we will always listen and only give our opinion when asked, that is love. Maybe this is not what you wanted to hear but this is life and love comes in many different ways.

  8. When my son was 4 he was in a school play. While on the stage in front of everyone he waved at me and shouted out "I love you mummy" Everyone where oohing and aahing. It was nicer because I was with my mother in law who didn't approve of me getting pregnant before we got married and that we were very young. From that day on she as been a wonderful mum in law, friend and supporter of us. He's 28 now and still tells me he loves me.

  9. My son says he loves me this much (outstretching is arms as far as he can)

  10. Adult son puts his arm around me in many photos...its a quiet way to display love!

  11. My kids show me in SO many ways; my eldest often makes me little notes and places them under my pillow so when I go to bed, I get a very pleasant surprise. She writes the most wonderful things like "You're the best mum", "Thankyou for doing the housework", etc.
    My middle daughter makes me a glass of water every night when we eat. I know it may not seem like much, but she's only four, and it does take alot of effort for her to fill the glass with water and bring it to me. That gesture to me is so heart-warming.
    And my youngest and I have a little saying, I start, then she repeats to me : "You are kind. You are special. You are beautiful."

  12. Master four says "I love you more than Bunnings".

    I guess that's the biggest thing in his life. (and we spend waaay too much time there for it to be a point of reference)

  13. My child says I love you bigger than u


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