Sesame Street Live Giveaway!

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One lucky BronxMama reader will win a family 4-pack of tickets to see Sesame Street Live, Elmo’s Super Heroes! The show is currently at Madison Square Garden from February 7th through the 18th. TO ENTER: Leave us a comment letting us know the different ways you teach your children about healthy habits. Winner will be announced asap!

Here is the scoop on the show:

Sesame Street Live, Elmo’s Super Heroes!
The Theater at Madison Square Garden
February 7-18, 2013

Use code MOMMY to save 25% on tickets!
http://www.theateratmsg.com/content/msg/theateratmsg/events/promos/MOMMY.html

When Super Grover loses his superness, Sesame Street needs a hero! Never fear, Elmo and his team of super heroes are here. Teaching lessons of healthy habits through song and dance, Elmo, Abby Cadabby and your favorite Sesame Street friends will explore exercise, nutrition, sleep/energy and hygiene – all in a quest to put the “super” back in Super Grover. It’s Elmo’s Super Heroes to the rescue!

Play Zone at Sesame Street Live is back by popular demand!

Come and play BEFORE the show! Play Zone at Sesame Street Live – a fun way for children to experience their favorite street! Imagine your child sitting in Big Bird’s nest, popping up in Oscar’s trash can, twirling in Zoe’s dance studio or visiting Elmo’s World. You never know who’ll make an appearance! Families won’t want to miss a single picture-perfect moment. Play Zone opens one hour before the show – best of all, Play Zone is FREE with your Sesame Street Live ticket!

Get the ultimate fan experience with Sunny Seats!

The Sunny Seats Package includes a VIP Seat and a pre-show Meet & Greet photo opportunity with two Sesame Street Live Friends. Sunny Seat orders will include a special admittance ticket for entry into the Meet & Greet. You will receive the special admittance ticket with the rest of your show tickets. All Meet & Greets start 90 minutes prior to the performance. Please meet at the Sunny Seats sign. Latecomers may miss the opportunity. Please bring your own camera.

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  1. We enforce the “no dessert unless you eat your dinner” rule.

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  2. They know what are healthy foods, and sweets are also good foods but in moderation.

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  3. Brushing the teeth a twice a day, drinking a lots if water, eating healthy snacks

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  4. The best way to teach healthy habits is to model healthy habits yourself! Eating healthy, playing outside, taking walks are some of the things we do 🙂 (and we love Sesame Street!)

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  5. hi, we teach healthy eating habits by eating and exercising ourselves,
    also taking kids outside to play everyday no matter what the weather, and loveeeeeeeeeeee Elmo and sesame street characters in our house.

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  6. Eating healthy is part of our everyday life. We also talk about why certain cannot be eaten all the time.

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  7. We discuss each food item before we eat is as healthy or unhealty which opens the discussion for the need for moderation. We also work out as a family with the Wii Fit and The Workout Kid on youtube. Sugary drinks are rare and most juice comes only from the fruit. Have also thought about cutting out the new “My Plate” as recommended by the First Lady and having the kids fill it in as they eat a food item in each category to maintain balance. Also grateful for healthy school lunches!

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  8. Healthy habits are started at home. From hygiene to eating habits! We enforce all. Proper exercise is also key for us all.

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  9. We make homeade pizza every week and he makes his own pizza and has to use healthy toppings! We also involve him in cooking most meals, he loves it…great way for kids to see what goes into cooking/meals!

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  10. I was rasied on SS. My child, with all the channels on TV for kids, chooses to watch SS. It would be great to go! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  11. We are growing our own food! Bought seeds for peppers, lettuce, lemons, spices! My 2yr old loves it!

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  12. We offer fruit and veggies with every meal! We always have fresh stuff in the house and encourage trying all foods at least once.

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  13. Share healthy foods with my grandkids! They love fresh oatmeal, fruits, yogart, veggies. Limit eating out.

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  14. Let me kids help make a dinner menu and come shoppping – they usually pick the “good stuff” this way.

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  15. Offer fruit and veggies at every meal.

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  16. I share my meals with my grandkids…they love fresh oatmeal, cereal, salad, fruit.

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  17. We model healthy behavior such as balanced nutrition, fun exercise, and sleep. We show that you can be organized and it makes things much easier. We try to keep it all fun, like Mary Poppins. Singing, dancing and playing make the toothbrushing and cooking so much easier!

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  18. As I am teaching my children…I am also learning more and more each day. Moderation is the key. I also have my 5 year old son cut out pictures of food and he glues each picture either on the Healty List or the Unhealthy List and then we speak on the reasons why. Showing by example has helped me most of all. I had to teach myself and tolerate myself to eat healthy in order for my children to follow suit.

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  19. We eat healthy daily and follow a set routine for healthy teeth and diet.

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  20. Limit eating out, encourage my kids to try ask food at least once

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  21. love cook and eat with family kids enjoy help to cook for daddy!!! and they love sesame street!

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  22. We must always lead by example. So, if I say its good for my boys, then it must also be good for me. Too many times, we as parents limit our children in things but yet we ourselves don’t limit those same things for our selves! SO, I teach my children to lead by example!

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  23. We made a “eat this, not this” book for my son. So everytime he has to decide what to eat he look at his book and if it isn’t in there he askes me or his Pasabear if it’s a healthy choice and adds it in.

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  24. I am addicted to Pepsi so I try not to drink it at the dinner table so they won’t ask for it. We also don’t allow them to eat any snacks till they have eaten their food or most of it. For the most part I really am not that much of a snack eater so we don’t really have candy in the house.

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  25. Eating healthy at every meal. Allowing yourself sweets and desserts but all in moderation (and if you ate all your veggies 😉 ) Thanks for the contest!

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  26. would love to take my little one for her birthday 🙂
    she loves all the characters

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  27. We spend time reading and watching educational shows – Elmo’s World is a favorite!

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  28. We usually do a food comparison we’ll tell our daughter that brussel sprout was baby cabbage, prunes are big grapes, and if she eats her spinach she’ll be strong as pop-eye. .

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  29. i teach my child by setting an example. i eat healthy foods and don’t keep too much “junk” in the house. i also try to exercise a few times a week and take my daughter along.

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