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10 lucky winners will receive a family movie pack valued at $164.95, which includes a DVD of the new Eddie The Eagle movie, 2 Beanies and “I’m Eddie’s Mum” and “I’m Eddies Dad” sweaters as worn by the parents in the film.

The perfect family movie night in pick this winter, Eddie The Eagle is your ultimate underdog story to share with the kids.

Inspired by true events, EDDIE THE EAGLE is the hilarious, feel-good story about Michael “Eddie” Edwards (Taron Egerton), an unlikely but courageous British ski-jumper who never stopped believing in himself – even as an entire nation was counting him out.

With the help of a rebellious and charismatic coach (played by Hugh Jackman), Eddie wins the hearts of sports fans around the world. Eddie The Eagle is out now on Blu-ray and DVD or check it out here on iTunes.

Please note this competition is open from 3rd August 2016 until 21st August 2016 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. A. O'DwyerNSW
  2. K. BrianNSW
  3. S. WallaceQLD
  4. P. CunninghamNSW
  5. A. BlackVIC
  6. A. WattsNSW
  7. J. GreeneWA
  8. K. GriffithsNSW
  9. S. ThorpeQLD
  10. P. OngWA
  • There are soo many moments but this is the most recent = when you realise they are getting older by them Not asking for lollies when at the shop

  • I don’t have kids but I was pretty proud when my god son got picked in the Australian junior archery team to go to the world titles in the USA in 2014 and even prouder when he won a gold medal!

  • I was proud when my son was complimented on his nice manners.

  • Watching all of my boys develop so much over the past 2 years. They have come a long in leaps and bounds.

  • Their first day of school. A big moment for me and them.

  • Their friend’s house burnt down who goes to their school.
    As we had been through the same thing 3 years ago,
    their first instinct was to go through their toys
    to see what they could donate to them.

  • So many moments…. in the last week we went back to school after a holiday and Annie walked into her kindy room and said at the top of her voice “Hi all my friends, I’ve been waiting so much to see you.” I love her friendliness and confidence.

  • The day my daughter “graduated” from pre-school, she really is a big girl now!

  • My two primary school girls both got an award last year at school for 100% attendance, not only 2 of only 5 who did it, also the first time ever siblings – well done my big school girls.

  • Our child was three when he had a massive asthma attack and ended up in hospital. He had an oxygen mask on and wasn’t happy with tubes all over the place. I was so proud that he listened to the doctors and they called him “a beautiful brave patient” :)

  • When my eldest daughter was awarded the school “Peace Prize Award” at the end of year 12 for her consistent, ongoing help and encouragement to students of all years over her six years at the school. The Principal said she was a born peacemaker, still very proud of her.

  • My oldest daughter got Dux last year. She worked very hard for it and it was nice to see her effort recognised. My younger daughter received an ” Act Of Kindness Award” for befriending a new girl at school who was struggling. Very proud mum.

  • When my sons teacher rang me at home and told me how good my son was at school and also what a good person he was that was my proudest moment!

  • My son is deaf in one ear and had constant problems with his good ear,he was not speaking or even attempting to speak so when I finally heard him utter his first word,I was overcome with emotion.I felt like I was the proudest mother ever!

  • When my daughter got up on stage to perform her end of year dance concert

  • seeing now not so little Cooper walk for the first time at age 4. He has Cerebral Palsy and they thought he would never succeed

  • My girl loves life and will give anything a go. I love the fact I am helping shape someone with confidence, love, and a desire to make the world a better place. There’s not one moment that stands out because I’m surprised everyday by her thoughtfulness and drive.

  • When my daughter stopped in her cross county race to help the girl behind her who fell over. She was coming third and although missing out on a place…….she didn’t miss out getting a place in several peoples hearts. Such a kind girl

  • I sometimes think my 7-year old son is mature beyond his age. He has a great sense of justice, which makes me stop and stare at all times he decides to exhibit it. He is fair-minded in so many ways, and as a child I think it is rare.

  • My proudest moment was when my youngest son graduated in the top 5 of his class and has now set up his own business. My proudest moment with my eldest is when he met and married his beautiful wife, gave us grandchildren and became a qualified electrician. Sorry can’t work out which was my proudest moment as they all are

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