Saturday, February 13, 2010

To their Moms, they will always be kids....

Perhaps one has to have adult children to relate to this?

It's a commercial shown during the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. 


Thanks Aunt Mar.  Hope you don't mind me snagging this from your blog. 

9 comments:

darlene said...

Yeah, that was my favorite commercial last night!

Nate and Julie said...

I loved that commercial too. I just thought all the little kids acting so grown up in their uniforms were so cute!

Susan Rozier said...

This is GREAT advertising! Did Tyler have anything to do with it? Hit the nail on the head, so to speak. I loved it! Susan

Sue said...

Oh, this one got to me! Tears and all.

=)

PS. And in answer to your question on my blog, yes, we did get married in the LA Temple.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

Very cute commercial.
What did you do to your blog and how did you get your sidebar on the other side?

Jill said...

I wish I knew Karen. It just sort of happened that way as I was trying to get space for larger pictures. I accomplished that, but I still have much work and figuring out on this new computer. I'm trying to find someone to make me a logo on top but not sure where to go looking.

grandmapeg said...

This is great. Yes, to moms, they'll always be kids! Thanks for sharing this.

Santa's Gift Shoppe and Ideas said...

Hi Jill
I met you at Santa's Gift Shoppe Boutique this last Dec.
Thank you for coming & showing your support of our family.

I just watched the Olympics commercial. I cried a lot!!
My kids are 20 & 30 somethings & time goes by way too fast!! Thank you for that..I haven't gotten to see anything of the Olympics yet.

I wanted to let you know about our Free giveaway of a Cutie-Pie Apron & Vinyl Lettering "Kiss the Cook" plate going on @ santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
from Feb.13th-Feb.17th so if you have a chance...check it out & tell your friends..If you decide to enter..Good luck....We'd love to have you...
Barb (Mandy's mom)

Lisa said...

What can I say that hasn't been said yet? You are the QUEEN of blogging!

My son Daniel might be able to help you with the LOGO you're looking to create. ALl your boys are saavy too. Just a thought.