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With all the uncertainty that living within a pandemic brings, many of us are considering how we can connect with our loved ones at the end of this year.

This holiday season, Ancestry.com.au wants to help you through the gift of family connection and discovery, at a time when you may not be able to see your loved ones in person.

Ancestry.com.au is giving away THREE AncestryDNA® Kits worth $129 each.

The AncestryDNA® Kit ($129+shipping) is a meaningful gift that will help the curious family member discover where they come from and learn more about their ancestors’ journeys that paved the way to who they are now. You are sure to find some fascinating stores that you can tell your kids instead of reading them a bedtime story!

The AncestryDNA kit is a simple yet powerful consumer DNA test which revolutionises family history discoveries, by estimating your origins from more than 1,000 regions worldwide and connecting customers with living relatives from a network of more than 18 million people globally.

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Please note this competition is open from 22 December 2020 until 22 January 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. L. WattsVIC
  2. K. StockerWA
  3. K. GarnerNSW
  • Tis not absurd, our family tree shows through my Mum we’re related to Edward the Third!
    A DNA ancestry kit could show further proof too, and others ancestors would show through!

  • Not so much ancestry related but my twin girls love hearing about when their pepe (my dad) embarrassed me when I was around their age and he did the shaker fry dance in the middle of a very busy McDonald’s! ????

  • My children love to hear how their Pop was in in the Maitland floods. He was in a surf boat riding down the main road picking up people needing to be saved.

  • Now the kids are getting a bit older they love hearing stories about how wild their Nana was and the mischief she got up to because it’s so hard for them to imagine their sweet Nana having a life before being their nana haha

  • How me and their Dad met each other and fell in love, as much as it grosses them out they always ask to hear it!

  • How Mum and Dad met.

  • My beloved grandfather, who was my nan’s second husband, was in the Navy during the war and had the tattoos to prove it.

  • i have 2 half sisters from my dads first marriage that we didnt know about until after he died. i would love to find them if they are still alive.

  • I grew up in Alabama so my children have been fascinated by stories of my young life. Chasing fireflies in my grandmothers back garden (yes they are real!) and having a grandfather who was a taxidermist with ‘stuffed’ deer head all over his house! They do love the sharing of family recipes though…..

  • How my parents moved here with 6 kids and $20 in their account, they knew no one and not much about here. Then I was born.

  • We have a lot of extended family in America. My eldest daughter LOVES the story about how her father and I went there to meet them. In particular she is in awe of the fact that she’s been to Disneyland…she was in my tummy at the time.

  • My kids love to hear about the antics their great father would get up to in his life on earth. He was the life of any party and such a gentleman. In his last year he was going downhill from dementia and he escaped form the hospital, and went on a mission to take himself home in his pj’s, he hopped on a bus with no money and the driver obviously felt for him, because he let him on the bus and actually drove him home.

  • They love hearing about how naughty their dad was when he was growing up, and the mischief he got into with his brothers – like the time their papa built a brick bbq and their dad and his brothers bashed it down while it was still wet!

  • My kids love to hear about our Scottish ancestors their battles for freedom the tartans they wore and the dances they enjoyed

  • My great grandfather helped build the biggest bridge in Tasmania in the convict years and the kids just love the story over and over

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